Posts Tagged ‘Mastermind’

Episode 198, The Million Dollar Napkin, With Ryan Deiss.

If you’ve ever been at ‘Rock Bottom’, or you’re there now, this episode offers hope, direction and this may just be your big turning point.
The chemistry between Business Partners Roland Frasier and Ryan Deiss is fun to hear as they discuss the beginnings of the Business Lunch Podcast and the origin story of Ryan’s company, Digital Marketer (of which Roland is a partner). Ryan 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. Ryan has a great story, and he shares it today with you so that you can glean all the benefits.

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! 

Episode 182, How To Structure Your Business Like The Smartest Person In The Room, With Roland Frasier

In this short, snack-size episode, Roland Frasier shares something near and dear to his heart. How to structure your way to exponential profits, personal protection, maximum flexibility, and smooth exits. Structure. Sounds exciting, right? But actually, it is. This episode is your fly-on-the-wall opportunity to hear Roland speaking with his elite Mastermind. Listen for a…

Episode 178, Innovate: Mix And Match These 14 Different Business Models With These 14 Pricing Structures, With Roland Frasier

“Innovation can be hard if you can’t systematize it.” Roland Frasier In this short, snackable episode, Roland Frasier lays out 14 different business models, and drills down on 14 different pricing structures. By thinking through these categories and looking under the hood of your business, you may be able to innovate in ways you didn’t expect.…