Tag: Business Mistakes

Episode 254: Ryan Deiss On How To Keep Your Brand Human (As You Scale) Part 1.

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 Scalable and Digital Marketer and one of Roland Frasier’s partners. In this episode, you get to be a fly on the wall as he talks to a room full of entrepreneurs. He shares a way of thinking about your business that is both critical and powerful. Ryan takes the Character Diamond concept that emerged out of the acting/story-telling space and simplifies it for business and branding purposes. You will find this super interesting and helpful if you dig into it for your own company. 

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Episode 193, Slicing Pie: A Universal Solution To The Allocation And Recovery Of Equity, With Mike Moyer

Are you setting up a Startup? Have you ever lost all your money or got an unfair share? Have you ever wondered how to put a value on ‘sweat equity’? This episode is vital. We are pleased to share an interview with our host Roland Frasier, and the author of The Slicing Pie Handbook, Mike Moyer. Mike is a serial entrepreneur who wrote this blueprint for Fairness in business equity deals! 

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Meet the Hosts

Amanda Powell

Amanda is the Director of Marketing at DigitalMarketer, where she helps drive the mission to double the size of 10,000 businesses. She’s lived and worked in Austin for the last six years, implementing marketing and content strategies for local businesses and large software companies alike. With a background in journalism, she’s focused on helping professionals grow themselves and their businesses by asking the right questions and launching the right campaigns.

Ralph Burns

Ralph Burns is the CEO of Tier 11, a digital advertising agency that specializes in helping businesses scale through Facebook advertising. Ralph’s agency manages a portfolio of Facebook advertising customer accounts in over 30 industries with an annual spend in excess of $40 million.