Episode 228: How To Ask Better Questions (For A Winning Podcast Interview), With Roland Frasier

Are you launching a Podcast in 2021? 

Is one of your goals to grow your network and build your audience?

If you haven’t already noticed, Entrepreneurs, Influencers, brands, and entertainers everywhere are hosting their own Podcasts as a strategy to

  • Network
  • Establish Credibility
  • Market their products and services
  • Build community. 
  • Provide value to their audience.

So with a thriving mastermind and a million podcast downloads so far, Roland has learned a thing or two. He shares a tidbit on how to ask better questions, and get content that’s unique to your show. This soundbite of an episode will help you create,

  1. More valuable content for your listeners, AND,
  2. A better connection with your guests.

Who Is Our Host Roland Frasier?

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 24 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 here.

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