Do You Have a Number? with Roland Frasier and Ryan Deiss

So what do insanely wealthy people buy that ordinary know nothing about?

Ryan and Roland talk about “their number”, do you have one?


Who Is Ryan Deiss?

Ryan Deiss is an entrepreneur, author, and investor, and according to Shark Tank star Daymond John, “His companies practically own the internet.” He’s the founder of and Digital Marketer and one of Roland Frasier’s business partners.

More From Ryan

Before coming on as the new co-host,  Ryan has been our guest a number of times. Check out episode 269 for some wisdom from Ryan on Work-Life Balance, and you can also go way back and hear Ryan’s story in this episode.

If you want to follow Ryan, check out his Twitter. He’s really active on there and occasionally starts Twitter fights.

Who is Roland Frasier? 

He’s referred to as ‘the smartest guy in the room’ with much respect and affection from fellow entrepreneurs. We want to share his insight and expertise with you on your entrepreneurial journey. As the Co-founder or principal of 5 different Inc, Magazine’s fastest-growing companies (e-commerce, e-learning, SaaS + real estate), Roland is a serial entrepreneur who has built or sold over 30 businesses with adjusted sales ranging from $3 million to just under $4 billion. He’s a mentor and investor and an excellent podcaster too! Read more about Roland at

Roland’s EPIC Challenge.

You may have heard about Roland’s EPIC challenge, which he moved online when the Pandemic hit. It focuses on Ethical Profits In Times of Crisis and dives into no-money out-of-pocket business acquisition strategies. If you’re interested in finding out more about this strategy, click here.

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Through his Website.

Contact and Follow Ryan Deiss

Through his Website.

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