Episode 203, Lessons In Confidence and The Value Of A Great Suit, With Dawn Melon & Brent Lob.

Today we have something a bit different, with Roland Frasier speaking with not one but two entrepreneurs who operate in the same field and partner together often. We have high-performance stylist Dawn Melon and Brent Lob of Q Clothiers.  These guys have client lists that read like a “who’s who,” and they talk today about your image’s role in how you feel, how you’re perceived, and, ultimately, in your success.

Episode 201, How To Build A Profitable Community And Stay Passionate About It, With Clint Salter

Of 80,000 dance studios in English speaking countries, 35,000 are part of Clint Salters’ Dance Studio Owner’s Association, which he launched just six years ago. With a combination of courses, a subscription membership, and an ‘inner’-circle,’ Chis is building a fantastic community. Roland talks with Clint in this episode about the joys and challenges of his business. If you’re serving a niche audience and building a team, this episode will help you to stay passionate about what you’re doing with encouraging insights and practical tips.

Episode 200: Our Most-Listened To Episodes And The Mini-Series You Don’t Want To Miss.

Business Lunch Podcast, Episode 200

We are celebrating 200 Episodes, and going strong! Whether you’re joining us as a new listener or you’ve been tuning in since Episode 001, we’ve covered some serious ground! We’ve surpassed 1 million downloads, and we thought it would be fun today to share a few of the most-listened-to episodes that seemed to SPIKE and strike a chord! Producer Darren Clarke takes you through our 4 most listened-to episodes, featuring Ray Sinlau, Rachel Pederson, Andre Norman, and Roland Frasier.

Episode 199, High-Ticket Courses, The Mini-Webinar And The Power Of A Direct Offer, With Joel Erway

If semi-retirement sounds perfect to you, this episode is a must-listen. Roland Frasier and Joel Erway talk through exactly what he does with his clients, and the strategy that has generated over $50,000,000. Joel works 4 hours a day, four days a week, and yet, he’s a Solopreneur with a 7-figure business (actually, two companies now). But it wasn’t always this way. One night, he was lying in bed, worrying about where his next leads would come from, and he came up with a new strategy for selling offers.