How To Build Wealth AND Income, With Roland Frasier (Part 2‪)‬ Business Lunch

    • Entrepreneurship

Roland Frasier is referred to as ‘the smartest guy in the room’ with much affection from fellow entrepreneurs. We want to share his insight and expertise with you on your own entrepreneurial journey. This episode follows on from Episode 255, delivering Roland’s thoughts on building long-term wealth. In other words, HOW ROLAND DOES IT. 
Listen Today if you want to grow your business faster than you ever imagined possible, and work on building wealth for the long term.
“A good long-term plan should provide enough wealth assets to replace ‘from your efforts’ income for the rest of your life – post-earning years”. Roland Frasier.
Who Is Roland Frasier? As the Co-founder or principal of 5 different Inc, Magazine’s fastest-growing companies (e-commerce, e-learning, SaaS + real estate), Roland is a serial entrepreneur who has built or sold over 30 businesses with adjusted sales ranging from $3 million to just under $4 billion. He’s a mentor and investor and an excellent podcaster too! Read more about Roland here.
5 Proven Strategies For Building Long-Term Wealth. 1) Real Estate is one of the best wealth-building assets that you can find, and there are a million ways you can get involved. You can do it with no money down, and you can play both the long-term and the short-term game with Real Estate.
“Real Estate has been a constant throughout my life. I’ve built, owned, flipped, or held more commercial or residential real estate than I can remember”. Roland Frasier
2) Software As A Service Subscription (SASS) Companies. Recurring businesses have an advantage over other business models and are much more appealing to investors because they are always looking to mitigate risk; therefore, businesses with guaranteed sales are attractive.
“You don’t have to know how to code to start or own a SASS company. Many people don’t realize that. You just have to know someone else who does – bring them in as a partner. Buy in or earn in.” Roland Frasier
3) *Buying and Selling Businesses – Just as you can buy Real Estate with no money down, fix it up and sell it on, you can purchase businesses with no money out of pocket and do the same. In fact, this has been one of the most outstanding wealth-building opportunities that Roland has found. 
4) *Equity Investing – Taking ownership in companies in exchange for providing value. You provide services or resources in exchange for options, stock, or some form of ownership in someone else business. It’s a win-win.
*Epic Challenge
You may have heard about Roland’s EPIC challenge, which he moved online when the Pandemic hit. It focuses on Ethical Profits In Times of Crisis and dives into no-money out-of-pocket business acquisition strategies. If you’re interested in finding out more about this strategy, go to BusinessLunchPodcast.com/EPIC.
5) Trend-Based Investing In Private Companies That Have Momentum.
Listen for why Roland doesn’t care for the public stock markets for investing, nor for startups. He does, however, love Investing in private companies that are already operating.
Also, take note of what he conspicuously does not invest in for the long-term and why.
“Don’t give me any startups unless you have a ridiculously inside access to deals that everybody wants.” Roland Frasier
The Long And The Short Of It. To summarize, don’t get lost in only creating and building income, and don’t get lost in only creating and building wealth. Create a strategy for building both. Know how much income you need to live the life that you want. Build your active income and use it to create passive income and wealth assets. 
And There’s More. In this episode, Roland goes on to talk about finding growth levers in your business. Ways to grow much faster than you thought possible. He dives into the topic of Media and Equity Acquisitions. This co

Roland Frasier is referred to as ‘the smartest guy in the room’ with much affection from fellow entrepreneurs. We want to share his insight and expertise with you on your own entrepreneurial journey. This episode follows on from Episode 255, delivering Roland’s thoughts on building long-term wealth. In other words, HOW ROLAND DOES IT. 
Listen Today if you want to grow your business faster than you ever imagined possible, and work on building wealth for the long term.
“A good long-term plan should provide enough wealth assets to replace ‘from your efforts’ income for the rest of your life – post-earning years”. Roland Frasier.
Who Is Roland Frasier? As the Co-founder or principal of 5 different Inc, Magazine’s fastest-growing companies (e-commerce, e-learning, SaaS + real estate), Roland is a serial entrepreneur who has built or sold over 30 businesses with adjusted sales ranging from $3 million to just under $4 billion. He’s a mentor and investor and an excellent podcaster too! Read more about Roland here.
5 Proven Strategies For Building Long-Term Wealth. 1) Real Estate is one of the best wealth-building assets that you can find, and there are a million ways you can get involved. You can do it with no money down, and you can play both the long-term and the short-term game with Real Estate.
“Real Estate has been a constant throughout my life. I’ve built, owned, flipped, or held more commercial or residential real estate than I can remember”. Roland Frasier
2) Software As A Service Subscription (SASS) Companies. Recurring businesses have an advantage over other business models and are much more appealing to investors because they are always looking to mitigate risk; therefore, businesses with guaranteed sales are attractive.
“You don’t have to know how to code to start or own a SASS company. Many people don’t realize that. You just have to know someone else who does – bring them in as a partner. Buy in or earn in.” Roland Frasier
3) *Buying and Selling Businesses – Just as you can buy Real Estate with no money down, fix it up and sell it on, you can purchase businesses with no money out of pocket and do the same. In fact, this has been one of the most outstanding wealth-building opportunities that Roland has found. 
4) *Equity Investing – Taking ownership in companies in exchange for providing value. You provide services or resources in exchange for options, stock, or some form of ownership in someone else business. It’s a win-win.
*Epic Challenge
You may have heard about Roland’s EPIC challenge, which he moved online when the Pandemic hit. It focuses on Ethical Profits In Times of Crisis and dives into no-money out-of-pocket business acquisition strategies. If you’re interested in finding out more about this strategy, go to BusinessLunchPodcast.com/EPIC.
5) Trend-Based Investing In Private Companies That Have Momentum.
Listen for why Roland doesn’t care for the public stock markets for investing, nor for startups. He does, however, love Investing in private companies that are already operating.
Also, take note of what he conspicuously does not invest in for the long-term and why.
“Don’t give me any startups unless you have a ridiculously inside access to deals that everybody wants.” Roland Frasier
The Long And The Short Of It. To summarize, don’t get lost in only creating and building income, and don’t get lost in only creating and building wealth. Create a strategy for building both. Know how much income you need to live the life that you want. Build your active income and use it to create passive income and wealth assets. 
And There’s More. In this episode, Roland goes on to talk about finding growth levers in your business. Ways to grow much faster than you thought possible. He dives into the topic of Media and Equity Acquisitions. This co