To Be Successful In Business, Do These Things – With Roland Frasier
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He started out selling real estate when he was 18 and gradually got his real estate, insurance and securities licenses while he did leveraged buyouts with Prudential Securities during college and law school.
After law school, Roland opened his own law practice and grew it to one of the top firms in San Diego serving entrepreneurs, business owners, marketing and entertainment industry clients.
During that time Roland began doing joint venture deals with clients and gradually evolved from practicing law to buying and selling companies, repositioning businesses and direct response marketing.
Over his career Roland has done infomercial deals with Guthy-Renker and K-Tel Direct, publishing deals with Simon & Schuster and Random House, negotiated shows with major hotels on the Las Vegas strip, been involved in over 100 private and public offerings, run international hedge funds, worked with copywriting legend Gary Halbert, created presentations and marketing campaigns for major brands and much much more.
He is now a principal in Idea Incubator & Digital Marketer, working closely with Ryan Deiss, Frank Kern, Perry Belcher, Kent Clothier and many other digital marketing thought leaders. In fact, for a while I was personally in the War Room mastermind run by himself, Ryan & Perry.
Roland has a real passion for business and putting deals together. He is always on the lookout for businesses to buy, re-position and sell.
[op_liveeditor_element data-style=””][text_block]My mission is to create 200 new multi-millionaire business owners who solve world problems with entrepreneurship. How? You’ll do better when you know better.
Would it help you to talk to other high-level entrepreneurs about their journeys, their mistakes and how they overcame their challenges to create the lives and financial success they desire?
Would it help you to have a mentor who can cut your learning curve by sharing their mistakes with you so you could avoid them?
Would it help you to talk to that mentor and learn how they shifted their mindset to allow success to happen in the first place?
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