When running a business, especially one you’ve built from the ground up, one of the hardest things to do is accept that it’s OK to occasionally step away from day-to-day management. While it’s natural to want to eat, live and breathe your business, it’s not healthy.
Taking a break is an important part of the balance between business and life. One person who understands that is Roland Frasier.
Frasier, a strategic investor who has bought and sold more than 100 public and private companies, sees the long-term vision when dealing with businesses.
“A repeatable business that you are not essential to is important to your happiness, health and home life, and the ability to hopefully have the option to sell the business,” he explains.
In the latest episode of the “Winning on Main Street” podcast, we sit down with Frasier, co-founder and/or principal of five Inc. Magazine’s fastest growing companies. Tune in as he shares his tips on how to be successful in business while balancing time for yourself.
A Sneak Peek
Don’t spend all of your time getting ready to get ready.
More of what you can expect to hear:
- How to tap into opportunities to maximize your customer lifetime value.
- The benefit of schedule blocking when managing productivity.
- How saying no to financial handouts can help fuel your motivation.
About “Winning on Main Street”
“Winning on Main Street” isn’t your everyday business podcast. Learn how to run a small business in today’s evolving landscape.
In each episode, Gordon Henry brings together small business owners and industry experts to discuss the challenges of starting a business, keeping it running and how to get ahead.
About Gordon Henry
Thryv’s Chief Strategy Officer Gordon Henry hosts “Winning on Main Street.” Gordon is passionate about helping small businesses grow, modernize and thrive in today’s environment. Gordon has more than 25 years of experience in client acquisition strategies and marketing. He’s also a leader in enhancing company images through public relations, brand management and advertising.