The Secret to Successful Franchising with Dan Olsen
Would you like to own a franchise but don’t know where to start? On today’s episode, host Roland Frasier talks about franchising with Dan Olsen, a master franchise expert with over 35 years of experience creating, developing, and building franchise opportunities. David breaks down the ins and outs of buying, running, and even selling a franchise - so if you’re interested in getting in on the action, you’ll know exactly what to do to be successful.Listen in for some exciting scoops on why franchising is the best-kept secret in business and how you can get a piece of the pie without investing any cash. IN THIS EPISODE, YOU’LL LEARN:What is a franchise, and how is it different from a regular businessThe four primary levels of getting into the franchisingHow to buy a franchise - step by stepTraits that define a successful franchising opportunityThe benefits of having a unique selling propositionVirtual franchises and how they operateStats and data on franchising successHow to own a franchise with no money out of pocket LINKS AND RESOURCES MENTIONED IN THIS EPISODE:Ask Roland and Ryan a question HERE.Danolsenfranchise.comDan’s email: D@coachdano.comOUR PARTNERS:Get your free CEO DashboardGet $300 off Your Virtual Assistant from Belay!Get my book, Zero Down, FREEThanks so much for joining us this week. Want to subscribe to Business Lunch? Have some feedback you’d like to share? Connect with us on iTunes and leave us a review!Mentioned in this episode:Get Scalable Live - THE PREMIER EVENT FOR BUSINESS OWNERSOver 3 days, network and collaborate with fellow entrepreneurs and CEOs to build a ‘recession proof’ plan to scale your company to 8-figures and beyond, and…leave knowing 2023 is going to be your best year yet!Get Scalable LiveBuild Your CEO Dashboard!Get one report every week of the key metrics you need to know with the CEO Dashboard!CEO Dashboard
The Dan Olsen Hypothesis: You Can't Just Take What You Learn In A Big Company And Apply It To A Startup
The Product Science Podcast
Dan Olsen is a product management trainer, consultant, and speaker. Dan wrote the bestseller The Lean Product Playbook. Through his interactive training workshops, Dan helps companies build great products and strong product teams. He is also the founder of the 11,000-member Lean Product Meetup community. In this episode of the Product Science Podcast, we cover Dan’s journey through product at both enterprises and startups, how that experience became the Lean Product movement, and how to validate a user's responses and prevent false negatives. Read the show notes to learn more: https://h2rproductscience.com/the-dan-olsen-hypothesis-you-cant-just-take-what-you-learn-in-a-big-company-and-apply-it-to-a-startup
This week on the Evolving Leader podcast, co-hosts Jean Gomes and Scott Allender talk to Dan Olsen. Based in Silicon Valley, Dan is a consultant, speaker, host of the monthly Lean Product & Lean UX Meetup and author of bestselling ‘The Lean Product Playbook’. The Lean Product Playbook 0.00 Introduction2.28 Tell us about your background and what fuels your passion for product development?3.50 Why do products fail and why do organisations keep on building things that we may not want? 5.14 Can you give us your definition or poor product fit? 6.45 Talk us through the layers of the product-market fit model.12.02 How do you build the awareness to recognise when you’re sliding into the solution before you have an understanding of the problem? 15.26 Can you tell us the story of the space pen?19.28 How do you help people to change their mindet around being able to avoid the immediate gratification?24.28 Tell us what you’ve learnt about the idea of the MVP.30.00 What’s the most extraordinary pivot that you’ve seen?32.24 Can you say more about when it’s time to listen to the customer as opposed to when it’s time to take an alternative approach?36.04 How should we be using data to better understand consumer behaviour?38.16 The other problematic part of this is pricing. What have you learnt about approaching that?43.20 What have you learnt about how to help leaders make better decisions and make good bets?51.54 Given everything that’s happened in the last two years, how do you think that’s going to play out in terms of how people think about creating great products in the future? Recommended listening from the Evolving Leader archive:The Art of Insubordination with Todd KashdanSocial: Instagram @evolvingleader LinkedIn The Evolving Leader Podcast Twitter @Evolving_Leader The Evolving Leader is researched, written and presented by Jean Gomes and Scott Allender with production by Phil Kerby. It is an Outside production.WE NEED TO HEAR FROM YOU!https://www.smartsurvey.co.uk/s/EvolvingLeader/
Episode 63- "Take Me Away" with Dan Olsen of Sack of Lions
Caught on the Mike...
I love seeing friends do amazing things.Just this last week, a group of friends did such an amazing thing. Midwestern country band, Sack of Lions, just released a phenomenal new single: "Take Me Away." I've had the pleasure of knowing the guys for many years and have watched their journey with excitement. Band leader, Dan Olsen, joins me to talk about the band's journey, the new single, Below Deck, and we discuss how marketing has changed for bands in recent years.
Adventures in Product Management (with Dan Olsen, author ”The Lean Product Playbook”)
One Knight in Product
About the EpisodeAn interview with Dan Olsen. Dan's a product consultant, text adventure & interactive fiction fanatic and author of 2015's "The Lean Product Playbook", a book that aimed to help people innovate faster with minimum viable products and rapid customer feedback. We talk about a lot, and try to get as many tenuous 80s gaming references in as possible: Whether "The Lean Product Playbook", published in 2015, still holds up and how a new generation of product managers are finding it for the first time, and why it wasn't published as a Choose Your Own Adventure book Given that software is eating the world, whether it's good software and good product companies doing the eating, or whether there's a dastardly bad product Pac-Man on the loose How his passion for interactive fiction & text adventures was good practice for getting deep into the problem space, and whether product managers even belong there The need to develop a common vocabulary with users, being able to use the right words and ask the right questions to get the results you need from discovery and prototyping The key attributes you need on your Character Sheet to be a good product manager, and how a wide dynamic range of abilities can help you succeed in your quest What to do to battle HIPPOs when they come crashing through the door trying to derail your roadmaps and why it all stems from starting the quarter at 120% capacity and having no protection from incoming Asteroids The types of tasks that product managers should carry in their limited inventory, and why they need to advocate for the value of hiring other disciplines and not just fill in gaps And much more!Buy The Lean Product Playbook"The Lean Product Playbook is a practical guide to building products that customers love. Whether you work at a startup or a large, established company, we all know that building great products is hard. Most new products fail. This book helps improve your chances of building successful products through clear, step-by-step guidance and advice.." Visit the book website or check it out on Amazon or Goodreads. Contact DanIf you want to catch up with Dan, you can reach him on Twitter or his website dan-olsen.com.
Dr. Dan Olsen is the Director for the Office of Ecumenical and Interreligious Affairs with the Archdiocese of Chicago. In today's conversation we discuss his work and the unique role the family, or domestic church, can play in the ministry of ecumenism.