Roland Frasier is known for his out-of-the-box strategies and higher-level thinking. He’s helping Entrepreneurs and leaders to see further down the line, and t0 work over their businesses, not in them (or even ‘on’ them). Are you building your income or building your wealth? Which receives most of your efforts? The rare few focus on…
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.
You’ve come to the right place if you’re looking for advice on Working With Investors and Partners. We’re sharing this awesome interview with Marcus Lemonis to close out our ‘power month’ with Business Titans. Lemonis says, if you’re going to partner with someone, make sure they bring capital, expertise, or contacts -and he considers money to be the least important! Listen to find out why he says to never do a 50/50 Deal. “Either be the minority holder because you trust the other person to take the lead and believe in them, or be the majority holder who drives the business.” Marcus Lemonis
Sara Blakely took on a declining industry and ended up changing the way women dress and scaling to massive success. Sara is our guest on the Business Lunch With Roland Frasier podcast, and we’re sharing the questions and answers that we think you will want to hear if you’re growing a successful business, dreaming up ideas, or struggling to navigate challenging times.
It’s one thing to be impressed by someone’s entrepreneurial endeavors and glean takeaways and tips. It’s another thing to think how the highly-successful think. The challenge is to adopt the same mindset that successful men and women share. If you’ve ever felt like what you want to do might be impossible, or that it will take too long, or that “no-one has done it before, so it’s probably a pipe dream”… this episode is for you.