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How much more successful would you be if you had lunch once a week with an insanely successful entrepreneur who shared their biggest secrets on how they think and achieve success? Well, now you can! Grab your seat at the table as successful entrepreneurs reveal their step-by-step strategies, fascinating stories, travel hacks and other delicious tidbits each week with serial entrepreneur/business strategist, Roland Frasier.
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Welcome to a new episode of Business Lunch! In this episode, hosts Roland Frasier and Ryan Deiss discuss key strategies for maximizing business efficiency and fostering innovation. Drawing lessons from Amazon's turnaround under Andy Jassy, they explore actionable insights that can be applied to businesses of all sizes, from small startups to large enterprises. Tune in to learn about the importance of process mapping, streamlining operations, and balancing innovation with operational efficiency to drive profitability and growth.Highlights:"What gets measured gets managed—if you don't know the process, you can't improve it.""The CEO at scale is fundamentally the chief communications officer.""You can optimize only after you visualize; mapping out your processes is the first step to improvement.""Creating a safe space for employee ideas is crucial for fostering an innovative company culture."Timestamps:00:00 - The Importance of Process Mapping for All Business Sizes01:03 - Case Study: Amazon’s Turnaround04:42 - Streamlining Operations07:08 - How to Access Resources on BPO10:24 - The Role of CEOs in Quality Control and Oversight16:09 - Encouraging Innovation Among Employees18:39 - Business Strategies in a Post-Pandemic World22:19 - Personal Touch in Leadership During Transition Periods27:23 - Communicating Effectively as a CEO 32:37 - ConclusionCONNECT • Ask Roland a question HERE.RESOURCES:• 7 Steps to Scalable workbook • Get my book, Zero Down, FREETo learn more about Roland Frasier 👉  https://msha.ke/rolandfrasier/Connect with me on social:🎵 TikTok:  / rolandfrasier   📸  Instagram:  a...
Welcome to a New Episode of Business Lunch! This episode is all about the transformative leadership strategies employed by Andy Jassy, the CEO of Amazon, after taking over from Jeff Bezos. Roland and Ryan explore the significant measures Jassy implemented to steer Amazon towards renewed profitability and operational efficiency, discussing both the benefits and potential pitfalls of these changes. The episode also emphasizes the importance of embracing frugality, the power of a fresh perspective, and the critical role of engaging with stakeholders. Highlights:"The power of a fresh perspective can't be underestimated.""Frugality is a campaign of efficiency, not just cost-cutting.""Engaging with shareholders can prevent blind trust and ensure transparency.""Every business from time to time needs to reevaluate its expenses."Timestamps:00:43 - Welcome and Introduction20:62 - 4th of July Weekend Stories05:06 - Transition to Business Topics07:32 - Andy Jassy's Fresh Perspective10:20 - Importance of Themes and Metrics13:54 - Embracing Frugality and Efficiency18:21 - Innovation and the Risk of Over-Cutting25:00 - Role of Everyone in Innovation31:17 - Engaging with Shareholders and Investors37:06 - Summary and Parting ThoughtsCONNECT • Ask Roland a question HERE.RESOURCES:• 7 Steps to Scalable workbook • Get my book, Zero Down, FREETo learn more about Roland Frasier 👉  https://msha.ke/rolandfrasier/Connect with me on social:🎵 TikTok:  / rolandfrasier   📸  Instagram:  / rolandfrasier  📱 Facebook:a...
Welcome to a new episode of Business Lunch! In this episode, Roland Frasier and Ryan Deiss tackle the controversial topic of 'shadow standards' in the workplace. They explore the ethics and implications of employees outsourcing their own jobs to other workers, often in other countries, without their employers' knowledge. The discussion touches on the legal, ethical, and practical ramifications of this growing trend and offers insights into how both employees and employers can navigate this complex landscape.Highlights:"Employees are outsourcing their jobs, effectively becoming mini-agencies themselves.""Is it deceptive if you wouldn’t proudly announce what you’re doing?""Good employers will always support efficiency and innovative ideas.""Outsourcing your job without transparency is setting yourself up for liability."Timestamps:00:00 - Introduction 01:12 - The Great Resignation and Quiet Quitting02:49 - Ethical Dilemma: Outsourcing Personal Jobs05:30 - Employer Perspective on Shadow Standards08:49 - Legal and Security Implications12:19 - Hypocrisy and Exploitation in Shadow Work14:41 - Building a Team Ethically and Transparently18:35 - Crucial Policies and Handbook Updates20:31 - Encouraging Transparent Efficiency23:02 - The Problem with Shadow Work24:37 - The Value of High-Level Employees30:55 - Conclusion and TakeawaysCONNECT • Ask Roland a question HERE.RESOURCES:• 7 Steps to Scalable workbook • Get my book, Zero Down, FREETo learn more about Roland Frasier 👉  https://msha.ke/rolandfrasier/Connect with me on social:🎵 TikTok:  / rolandfrasier   📸  Instagram:  a...
Welcome to a new episode of Business Lunch! Today, Roland Frasier is joined by the renowned network marketing expert, Eric Worre. In this episode, Eric shares his incredible journey from starting in network marketing at 23 to becoming a successful entrepreneur, coach, and mentor. He discusses the rise of social media, the importance of building a personal brand, and the value of community in network marketing. Eric also reveals insights into his decision to build a $25 million studio and his plans for the future. Get ready for an inspiring conversation filled with valuable lessons for entrepreneurs and business enthusiasts alike.Highlights:"Network marketing can't really be understood from the outside; it has to be experienced.""The gift of desperation is one of the greatest gifts you could have.""Whoever talks to the most people wins.""If you're not making money and you have this [smartphone], it's on you."Timestamps:00:00 - Introduction to Eric Worre and His Journey03:33 - The Impact of Social Media on Network Marketing08:00 - Building the Network Marketing Pro Brand12:00 - The Importance of Risk Tolerance in Business16:25 - Finding the Right Rooms for Growth20:50 - Utilizing Network Marketing as a Distribution Channel27:34 - Emotional Strength Required for Network Marketing31:26 - Developing a Personal Brand in Network Marketing36:32 - Building Community from Scratch38:28 - How to Connect with Eric WorreCONNECT • Ask Roland a question HERE.RESOURCES:• 7 Steps to Scalable workbook • Get my book, Zero Down, FREETo learn more about Roland Frasier 👉  https://msha.ke/rolandfrasier/Connect with me on social:🎵 TikTok:  / rolandfrasier   📸  Instagram:  a...
Welcome to a new episode of Business Lunch! In this episode, hosts Roland Frasier and Ryan Deiss discuss essential strategies for businesses to not just survive but thrive during economic downturns. They cover topics such as diversifying revenue streams, reducing debt, leveraging AI, and much more to ensure your business remains resilient and profitable.Highlights:"Investing in technology can cut costs and boost efficiency.""Strengthen your customer relationships; they're your most valuable asset.""Always be upskilling your employees to enhance their value."Timestamps:00:00 - Diversifying Revenue Streams: The Smart Way01:17 - Introduction and Current Business Climate02:28 - Economic Shifts and Business Adjustments05:00 - Indicators of Economic Recession06:14 - Building Cash Reserves for Stability08:08 - Reducing Debt to Free Up Cash Flow10:14 - Reassessing and Prioritizing Expenses17:11 - Leveraging AI for Cost Reduction18:54 - Upskilling Employees for Greater Efficiency27:41 - Acquisitions as Growth OpportunitiesCONNECT • Ask Roland a question HERE.RESOURCES:• 7 Steps to Scalable workbook • Get my book, Zero Down, FREETo learn more about Roland Frasier 👉  https://msha.ke/rolandfrasier/Connect with me on social:🎵 TikTok:  / rolandfrasier   📸  Instagram:  / rolandfrasier  📱 Facebook:a...
Welcome to a new episode of Business Lunch with Roland Frasier and Ryan Deiss! In today's episode, we dive deep into the critical challenges of lead conversion, exploring how businesses can shorten sales cycles and improve conversion rates. Roland and Ryan share their latest insights and strategies, focusing on the power of pillar content and effective follow-up techniques. They discuss real-world data and experiences, revealing what works and what doesn't in today's competitive market. Whether you're in B2B or B2C, selling products or services.Highlights:"The faster we followed up, the less it made a difference; it’s the quality of engagement that counts.""Differentiation is key – without a compelling offer, you're just another option on a crowded shelf.""What is the one piece of content that you wish everyone would see before making a decision? That’s your pillar content.""We found that the ungated content on YouTube drove more qualified leads than traditional methods."Timestamps:00:00 - The Challenge of Differentiation01:13 - Welcome and Introductions04:45 - Achieving Top 200 Podcast Status05:50 - Slow Growth and Sales Data Insights10:00 - Consumer Skepticism and Marketing Claims17:28 - Testing Speed to Lead and Volume20:00 - Importance of Pillar Content28:27 - Step-by-Step Implementation34:32 - Optimizing Lead Follow-Up39:57 - Final Thoughts and Call to ActionCONNECT • Ask Roland a question HERE.RESOURCES:• 7 Steps to Scalable workbook • Get my book, Zero Down, FREETo learn more about Roland Frasier 👉  https://msha.ke/rolandfrasier/Connect with me on social:🎵 TikTok:  / rolandfrasier   📸  Instagram:  a...
Welcome to a new episode of Business Lunch with hosts Roland Frasier and Ryan Deiss. In this episode, we discuss the importance of shifting from a victim mentality to taking active control of one’s life and reflect on powerful commencement speeches by Nora Ephron, Kurt Vonnegut, and Steve Jobs, extracting timeless wisdom applicable to today’s socio-political climate. Highlights:"You are the person that needs to make the change in your life. It's how we deal with the things that happen to us that empower us.""Remembering that you're going to die is the best way I know to avoid the trap of thinking that you have something to lose.""Our whole world right now feels very punishment-based, not ameliorative like how do we make it better."Timestamps00:00 - Introduction00:42 - It’s graduation season.01:21 - The value of commencement speeches02:06 - Reflection on powerful commencement speeches.02:45 - Nora Ephron's speech at Wellesley College.04:30 - The core plot of every great story.04:51 - Kurt Vonnegut on living without vindictiveness.05:48 - Maturity and letting go of the need to settle scores.07:32 - The importance of grace and support over punishment.09:02 - Steve Jobs' speech.CONNECT • Ask Roland a question HERE.RESOURCES:• 7 Steps to Scalable Workbook • Get my book, Zero Down, FREETo learn more about Roland Frasier 👉  https://msha.ke/rolandfrasier/Connect with me on social:🎵 TikTok:  / rolandfrasier   📸  Instagram:  / rolandfrasier  📱 Facebook:a...
Welcome to a new episode of Business Lunch. In today’s episode, we dive into the unorthodox management styles of tech titans like Jeff Bezos and Elon Musk. From vacation policies that gauge scalability to the famous two-pizza rule, uncover how these leaders shape their companies in ways that defy the norm. Highlights:"It’s about breaking that habit of just wanting to stay in that cycle of work because it’s also good to separate yourself from it.""If you’ve got 100 people and you’ve got ten 10-person teams, I like that because then the teams can be competitive and be held accountable to each other.""Leadership is ultimately about saying 'This is the hill we’re going to take; you need to march in that direction.'"Timestamps:00:00 - Introduction to Management Styles00:45 - Start of the Episode02:12 - The 30-Day Vacation Metric04:20 - Unorthodox Management Philosophies05:38 - The Two-Pizza Rule06:01 - Team Performance07:15 - Hierarchical Team Management08:50 - Comparing Management Styles10:00 - The Role of Middle ManagementCONNECT • Ask Roland a question HERE.RESOURCES:• 7 Steps to Scalable workbook • Get my book, Zero Down, FREETo learn more about Roland Frasier 👉  https://msha.ke/rolandfrasier/Connect with me on social:🎵 TikTok:  / rolandfrasier   📸  Instagram:  / rolandfrasier  📱 Facebook:a...
Welcome to a new episode of Business Lunch! Today, we dive into a topic that's critical for every business owner and entrepreneur: accounting and finance. We'll explore how to make financial data work for you, ensuring it provides the insights needed to make informed decisions. Join us as we discuss practical tips, personal stories, and strategies to bridge the gap between raw financial data and actionable business insights.Highlights:"As an entrepreneur, it's crucial to ensure your financial data is not just reported but truly understood and actionable.""The difference between helpful and unhelpful financial data can make or break your decision-making process.""Entrepreneurs must demand financial reports that reflect realistic projections, not just worst-case scenarios.""If your financial reports are depressing, it's time to change the narrative and include projections for success."Timestamps00:00 - The importance of understanding financial data.01:03 - Challenges and misconceptions about accounting.04:14 - The impact of daily financial reports 06:38 - Entrepreneurial optimism and conservative financial reporting.09:27 - Balancing realistic financial reporting with positive entrepreneurial outlook.13:37 - The importance of getting accurate financial data16:13 - The necessity of purging unhelpful data and reports regularly.18:31 - Transitioning from cash-based accounting to accrual-based accounting24:54 - Dealing with financial reporting changes and the impact on perceived profitability.31:45 - Strategies to structure financial reporting that empowers business growth.CONNECT • Ask Roland a question HERE.RESOURCES:• 7 Steps to Scalable workbook • Get my book, Zero Down, FREETo learn more about Roland Frasier 👉  https://msha.ke/rolandfrasier/Connect with me on social:🎵 TikTok:  / rolandfrasier   📸  Instagram:  a...
Welcome to a new episode of Business Lunch! In this episode, Ryan Deiss walks us through the ins and outs of managing business finances. He explains the potential pitfalls of keeping more than a month's worth of operating expenses in the account. He explains how that can lead to complacency and unnecessary spending. He also explains how business can cover unexpected events and tricky payroll situations, like those pesky months with three payroll cycles or prepaying for holidays. We go beyond the glamor of being an entrepreneur to the real details behind the scenes.Highlights:"We're very big on lifestyle and freedom and all those kinds of things. But it's also important to acknowledge that it's not a perfect situation very often.""There are times when things are absolutely amazing. And there's times when things could frankly be a hell of a lot better. And I think that's called life. I think that's called entrepreneurship""If we're buying a business, I hate the agreement part. I love negotiation and strategy. But when it comes to reading a 75-page document, I just absolutely can't stand it."Timestamps:00:00 - Operating Account Insight01:15 - Personal Calendar Reflection02:15 - Acknowledging Imperfections03:15 - Loving Strategy but Hating Legal Work06:52 - The Reality of Entrepreneurship07:39 - Cyclicality in Business08:54 - Handling Excess Profit10:20 - Minimum Operating Reserve10:37 - Importance of Operational Cash10:44 - Prepaying Payroll ChallengesCONNECT• Ask Roland a question HERE.RESOURCES:• 7 Steps to Scalable workbook • Get my book, Zero Down, FREETo learn more about Roland Frasier   https://msha.ke/rolandfrasier/Connect with me on social: TikTok:  / rolandfrasier  Instagram:  / rolandfrasier  Facebook:  / rolandfrasierpage  LinkedIn:  / rolandfrasier  Subscribe to Roland Frasier     / @rolandfrasierepicMentioned in this episode:Get Roland's Training on Acquiring Businesses!Discover The EXACT Strategy Roland Has Used To Found, Acquire, Scale And Sell Over Two Dozen Businesses With Sales Ranging From $3 Million To Just Under $4 Billion! EPIC Training
Welcome to a new episode of Business Lunch. Today, we discuss practical strategies to navigate economic slowdowns, particularly during summer. They share insights on creative marketing, leveraging internal resources, and maximizing downtime. Whether you're experiencing a seasonal dip or a broader economic challenge, this episode is packed with actionable advice to keep your business thriving.Highlights:"The quickest way to drown out negativity is with an abundance of positivity.""The Lord puts you into these situations knowing you can handle them. It's a test.""Hard makes you resilient. Soft and easy doesn't make you resilient."Timestamps:00:00 - Introduction02:30 - Current Economic Trends05:00 - Seasonal Slowdowns10:00 - Strategies to Combat Slowdowns15:00 - Leveraging Internal Resources20:00 - Creative Marketing Ideas25:00 - The Importance of Not Panicking30:00 - Enhancing Offers and Bundles35:00 - Acquisition Opportunities40:00 - Long-Term Planning and TestingCONNECT • Ask Roland a question HERE.RESOURCES:• 7 Steps to Scalable workbook • Get my book, Zero Down, FREETo learn more about Roland Frasier 👉  https://msha.ke/rolandfrasier/Connect with me on social:🎵 TikTok:  / rolandfrasier   📸  Instagram:  / rolandfrasier  📱 Facebook:  a...
Welcome to a new episode of Business Lunch, Ryan Deiss and I dive deep into the concept of work-life balance. Is it a myth, a circle, or a harmonious blend of both? Get ready for a candid discussion filled with insights, personal anecdotes, and practical advice on how to achieve harmony in both work and life. Whether you're an entrepreneur, a business owner, or anyone striving for a better balance, this episode is packed with valuable takeaways to inspire you.Highlights:"There's plenty of work that I don't necessarily enjoy in the moment. But I'm glad that I did it when it's done. It's like exercise.""If you can get your work life to where you enjoy half of it, that's amazing. Very few people ever achieve that.""We're always living, I think, in extremes. I'm at my best when I'm working really, really, really hard, and then I'm in extreme rest and play mode."Timestamps:00:00 - The Exercise of Work00:50 - Welcome and Introduction01:15 - Jeff Bezos' Take on Work-Life Balance01:41 - Impact of Work on Home Life03:08 - Immersing in Work and Play04:21 - Work-Life Harmony05:35 - Defining Happiness in Work and Life06:03 - Parenting Analogies and Work07:14 - The Spectrum of Enjoyment in Work09:23 - Blessed Work: Enjoying Your JobCONNECT• Ask Roland a question HERE.RESOURCES:• 7 Steps to Scalable workbook • Get my book, Zero Down, FREETo learn more about Roland Frasier   https://msha.ke/rolandfrasier/Connect with me on social: TikTok:  / rolandfrasier  Instagram:  / rolandfrasier  Facebook:  / rolandfrasierpage  LinkedIn:  / rolandfrasier  Subscribe to Roland Frasier / @rolandfrasierepic Mentioned in this episode:Get Roland's Training on Acquiring Businesses!Discover The EXACT Strategy Roland Has Used To Found, Acquire, Scale And Sell Over Two Dozen Businesses With Sales Ranging From $3 Million To Just Under $4 Billion! EPIC Training
Join Ryan Deiss and I in this enlightening episode of Business Lunch, where they delve into the often-overlooked yet crucial topic of accounting and finance. We discuss how entrepreneurial optimism can clash with the harsh realities of financial reporting. Learn how to navigate these challenges and foster a productive relationship with your CFO to ensure your company's financial health.Highlights:"You've got to be incredibly optimistic to be an entrepreneur. It's about walking very thin ropes without a net.""If it's only doom and gloom, it’s incredibly depressing and inaccurate. We need a balance between optimism and realistic financial reporting.""Support the team you've got to get the results you need, or you need a different team."Timestamps:00:00 - Entrepreneurial Optimism vs. Financial Realism01:05 - Introducing the Topic02:37 - Impact of Changing Accounting Methods03:17 - The Problem with Depressing Financial Reports05:00 - Changing the Financial Reporting Process05:12 - Importance of Accurate Financial Reporting09:38 - Avoiding Obstacles, a Common Entrepreneurial Pitfall10:00 - Support Your Team, or Change It10:29 - Frustrations with Unimplemented Solutions11:15 - The Role of Leadership in Financial HealthCONNECT • Ask Roland a question HERE.RESOURCES:• 7 Steps to Scalable workbook• Get my book, Zero Down, FREETo learn more about Roland Frasier 👉  https://msha.ke/rolandfrasier/Connect with me on social:🎵 TikTok:  / rolandfrasier  📸  Instagram:  / rolandfrasier  📱 Facebook:  / rolandfrasierpage  💼 LinkedIn:  / rolandfrasier   Subscribe to Roland Frasier 👉 a...
Welcome to a new episode of Business Lunch, Ryan Deiss and I dissect the recent hype surrounding two new AI-powered gadgets - the Humane AI pen and the Rabbit. Both products promised to revolutionize our lives with features like real-time feedback and enhanced productivity. However, reviews have been scathing, exposing the devices as clunky, unhelpful, and ultimately a letdown. We delve into the challenges of launching new hardware products in a crowded market and explore the dangers of overpromising and failing to deliver, highlighting how a great marketing campaign can backfire if the product itself isn't exceptional.Highlights:"The people are not stupid long term, we're all a little stupid short term from time to time.""It's a game of replacement, not enhancement.""The better you are at marketing, the better your product better be.”Timestamps:00:54 - Introduction02:36 - Memorial Day05:26 - AI Devices and Hype07:17 - The Future of AI Gadgets12:24 - Apple Vision Goggles14:21 - Lessons Learned16:30 - Nobody Wants More Stuff17:32 - Rabbit Using Chat GPT23:10 - Marketing Lessons (and Mistakes)CONNECT • Ask Roland a question HERE.RESOURCES:• 7 Steps to Scalable workbook• Get my book, Zero Down, FREETo learn more about Roland Frasier 👉 https://msha.ke/rolandfrasier/Connect with me on social:🎵 TikTok: / rolandfrasier 📸 Instagram: / rolandfrasier 📱 Facebook: / rolandfrasierpage 💼 LinkedIn: / rolandfrasier Subscribe to Roland Frasier 👉 / @rolandfrasierepicMentioned in this episode:Get Roland's Training on Acquiring Businesses!Discover The EXACT Strategy Roland Has Used To Found, Acquire, Scale And Sell Over Two Dozen Businesses With Sales Ranging From $3 Million To Just Under $4 Billion! EPIC Training
Welcome to a new episode of Business Launch! Ryan Deiss and I explore the critical importance of personal branding. We share our experiences with launching Scalable. We discussed how the lack of a personal brand initially hindered our success and how consumers connect more with real people than faceless companies. Through engaging stories and practical tips, we explain how building a strong personal brand can enhance trust, foster loyalty, and drive business growth. Highlights:"You've got to have a personal brand associated with any product or service that you're launching.""The exact same message and the exact same offer dramatically outperformed once we added a personal touch.""Your personal brand is your ambassador to the world, telling your story and connecting with your audience."Timestamps:03:15 - Launching Scalable Without a Personal Brand06:45 - Why Personal Branding is Essential09:30 - Lessons Learned from Scalable's Journey12:00 - Building Trust and Connection14:15 - Strategies for Creating a Personal Brand16:30 - Overcoming Resistance to Personal Branding18:45 - Real People vs. Faceless Brands21:00 - Personal Branding Beyond Business Owners23:30 - Final Thoughts and ResourcesCONNECT • Ask Roland a question HERE.RESOURCES:• 7 Steps to Scalable workbook • Get my book, Zero Down, FREETo learn more about Roland Frasier 👉  https://msha.ke/rolandfrasier/Connect with me on social:🎵 TikTok:  / rolandfrasier   📸  Instagram:  / rolandfrasier  📱 Facebook:a...
Welcome to a new episode of Business Lunch! Today, I’m joined by Ryan Deiss, Matt Gray, and Ryan Frasier to dive into the latest breakthroughs in AI technology. This episode dives into the world of Artificial Intelligence (AI) and its potential to revolutionize music creation. We explore how AI can generate entire songs based on simple prompts, pushing the boundaries of artistic expression.Highlights:"I think humans will always pay to watch other humans do human work; we'll always find that more interesting and valuable.""The ability to give it a URL and it spits out a bunch of ads, even if they're not great, means our team isn’t starting with a blank page.""If you bring amazing ideas, you're no longer restricted by mechanical movement or in-depth technical knowledge; you just need to be able to bring the ideas."Timestamps:00:00 - Introduction to AI in Music02:14 - Professional Voice Cloning with 11 Labs04:08 - AI-Generated Music Examples07:23 - Implications for Creators09:33 - AI as a Co-Creator10:40 - Future of AI Assistants12:12 - Innovations with HeyGen14:09 - Consolidation of AI Tools15:00 - Introducing the Roland BrainCONNECT• Ask Roland a question HERE.RESOURCES:• 7 Steps to Scalable workbook• Get my book, Zero Down, FREETo learn more about Roland Frasier 👉 https://msha.ke/rolandfrasier/Connect with me on social:🎵 TikTok: / rolandfrasier 📸 Instagram: / rolandfrasier 📱 Facebook: / rolandfrasierpage 💼 LinkedIn: / rolandfrasier Subscribe to Roland Frasier 👉 / @rolandfrasierepicMentioned in this episode:Get Roland's Training on Acquiring Businesses!Discover The EXACT Strategy Roland Has Used To Found, Acquire, Scale And Sell Over Two Dozen Businesses With Sales Ranging From $3 Million To Just Under $4 Billion! EPIC Training
Welcome to a new episode of Business Lunch. In this episode, Ryan Deiss and I dive deep into the art of creating effective offers and adapting sales strategies for different business models. From navigating the challenges happening because of rising ad costs to understanding the nuances of sales motions, we share valuable insights and practical tips. Whether you're selling high-ticket items or aiming to optimize online conversions, this episode is packed with advice to help you convert successfully .Highlights:"Sales motion impacts offer structure.""You’ve got to say at what point in this process do we get agreement on the problem? Because there’s got to be problem agreement before anything else.""If you can understand levels of awareness, you understand probably 80% of what you need to know to be really good at sales and marketing."Timestamps:00:00 - Problem Agreement04:05 - Shifting Sales Strategies05:07 - Sales Motion and Offer Structure07:30 - Ad Cost Challenges10:00 - Sales Assist and Sales Function11:45 - Levels of Awareness13:20 - Problem Awareness to Solution Awareness14:40 - Crafting Effective Lead Magnets15:50 - Adapting to Market ChangesCONNECT • Ask Roland a question HERE.RESOURCES:• 7 Steps to Scalable workbook• Get my book, Zero Down, FREETo learn more about Roland Frasier 👉  https://msha.ke/rolandfrasier/Connect with me on social:🎵 TikTok:  / rolandfrasier  📸  Instagram:  / rolandfrasier  📱 Facebook:  / rolandfrasierpage  💼 LinkedIn:  / rolandfrasier   Subscribe to Roland Frasier 👉
Welcome to a new episode of Business Lunch. In this episode, Ryan Deiss and I discuss the current challenges and opportunities in real estate and the contrasting landscape of business investments. Tune in to gain a deeper understanding of how market conditions are influencing investment decisions in real estate and business, and what strategies might be most effective in today's economic landscape.Highlights:"It's like illegal waterboarding to get approved for a loan for real estate these days.""You're competing against a retail buyer... They just need a roof over their head.""I am having a hard time finding real estate that makes sense to do. And I'm not having any problem at all finding business deals to do."Timestamps:00:00 - T Real Estate Debt and Tax Benefits04:01 - Increased Interest Rates in Real Estate05:02 - The New Normal in Market Pricing06:08 - Where to Invest Today06:58 - The Process of Securing Loans 09:23 - Business Deals in a Tight Real Estate Market10:00 - The Long-term Viability of Real Estate Investments12:04 - Real Estate and BeyondCONNECT• Ask Roland a question HERE.RESOURCES:• 7 Steps to Scalable workbook• Get my book, Zero Down, FREETo learn more about Roland Frasier 👉 https://msha.ke/rolandfrasier/Connect with me on social:🎵 TikTok: / rolandfrasier 📸 Instagram: / rolandfrasier 📱 Facebook: / rolandfrasierpage 💼 LinkedIn: / rolandfrasier Subscribe to Roland Frasier 👉 / @rolandfrasierepicMentioned in this episode:Get Roland's Training on Acquiring Businesses!Discover The EXACT Strategy Roland Has Used To Found, Acquire, Scale And Sell Over Two Dozen Businesses With Sales Ranging From $3 Million To Just Under $4 Billion! EPIC Training
Welcome to a new episode of Business Lunch. In today’s episode, Ryan Deiss and I dive deep into some more nuances of content creation in today's digital age. We’ll talk about finding the balance between maintaining audience engagement and avoiding content fatigue. Join us for a fresh perspectives on managing your content strategy effectively without overwhelming your audience or yourself.Highlights:"If you're chasing everybody then you know, you're going to maybe even turn off your core audience""If you produce great content, then your audience will tell other people about it, and people will find you.""The whole way that you're missed is you're there, you leave, and then you come back again at some point."Timestamps:00:00 - Content Creation Challenges01:09 - The Downside of Overproduction in Content04:26 - Discussing Creator Burnout and Audience Fatigue07:53 - Practicality of Content Quantity vs. Quality09:18 - Lessons from Influencers on Audience Retention11:28 - Evaluating Target Audiences and Content Relevance16:22 - Strategy Shifts in Content Production20:31 - Creating Impactful Content Without the Grind26:26 - Benefits of Intermittent Content Release31:01 - Paid Promotion and Consistency in ContentCONNECT• Ask Roland a question HERE.RESOURCES:• 7 Steps to Scalable workbook • Get my book, Zero Down, FREETo learn more about Roland Frasier 👉 https://msha.ke/rolandfrasier/Connect with me on social:🎵 TikTok: / rolandfrasier 📸 Instagram: / rolandfrasier 📱 Facebook: / rolandfrasierpage 💼 LinkedIn: / rolandfrasier Subscribe to Roland Frasier 👉 / @rolandfrasierepic Mentioned in this episode:Get Roland's Training on Acquiring Businesses!Discover The EXACT Strategy Roland Has Used To Found, Acquire, Scale And Sell Over Two Dozen Businesses With Sales Ranging From $3 Million To Just Under $4 Billion! EPIC Training
Welcome to a new episode of Business Lunch. Is your social media strategy stuck on repeat? Let’s talk about why your social media strategy needs a makeover. Join Ryan Deiss and me as we dissect the latest social media trends. Forget the follower frenzy - we're going to discuss why engagement might not be the golden ticket anymore. Discover how savvy businesses are shifting gears, focusing on private interactions, and thriving in the new social media era. Learn how to adapt your strategy for success, because in this episode, we're serving up actionable tips to help you navigate the ever-changing social media world. Highlights:"It's fascinating, isn't it? The idea is not to try to do it yourself. Your idea is not to do it by yourself.""So what we're seeing is that social media I think people are starting to realize that if I post and I'm a nobody nobody's gonna see it. So what's the point?" "You ain't that good. So you're probably not going to win organically especially in a post follower world when this whole game is no longer about build followers."Timestamps:00:00 - The Shift in Social Media00:47 - Welcome and Introduction01:46 - Engagement vs. Readership03:30 - The Misconception of Engagement05:15 - Social Media for Web Traffic07:28 - The Challenge of Content Creation09:05 - Evolution of Social Platforms10:00 - The Middle Influencer Dilemma18:33 - The Dual Role of Social Media26:49 - Future of Social Media PlatformsCONNECT • Ask Roland a question HERE.RESOURCES:• 7 Steps to Scalable workbook • Get my book, Zero Down, FREETo learn more about Roland Frasier 👉  https://msha.ke/rolandfrasier/Connect with me on social:🎵 TikTok:  / rolandfrasier   📸  Instagram: 
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Sep 18th
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Robert Lee

I keep telling my wife this. She never appreciates it.

Jul 8th
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Darryle R. Banks

Great topic of discussion. Do we really have a true answer to the questioning of How much$$ is needed? especially with Hyperinflation in the mix. It's bananas trying to figure it all out. Just make sure you put yourself in position that your money out lives you. 💯

Jun 3rd
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Trish Abstetar

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Jun 20th
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Michael Cloonan

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Jeremy Brandt

Great show Roland, really enjoying the interviews!

Jan 5th
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Chad Berton

this conversation sparked so many ideas for me. it's amazing how some of the simplest things find their way to be an inspiration

Dec 12th
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tom keeling

awesome content excited for more to come

Dec 18th
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