Business Video Roundup: 5 Must-See YouTube Videos for Entrepreneurs (July 15, 2016)

Posted on 15.Jul.2016 by Mike Winters | @amcomcap

Christine HongThis week, Columbia Business School professor Bob Bontempo talks about using negotiation and persuasion to influence people, Stanford Graduate School of Business student Christine Hong presents an excellent system for managing life’s transitions, and Patrick Bet-David lists 10 things to be paranoid about as an entrepreneur. Also on deck: Simon Sinek tells how to build a company that people want to work for and Evan Carmichael presents Daymond (Shark Tank) John’s Top 10 Rules for Success.

How to Influence People: Negotiation vs. Persuasion Skills

Bob Bontempo teaches persuasion and negotiation strategies as Professor of Management at Columbia Business School. In this 25-minute webinar, he discusses how those two complimentary skill sets can help you become a more effective leader.

The Art of Managing Life’s Transitions

In this 9-minute video, Stanford Graduate School of Business student Christine Hong presents a terrific new system for navigating life’s myriad transitions. Drawing on her personal experiences as well as those of her classmates/colleagues, she talks about the three R’s that you should execute during times of change: Recalibrate, Reframe, and Reach Out.

10 Things to Be Paranoid About as an Entrepreneur

Drawing on the now-classic business book Only the Paranoid Survive by Andrew S. Grove, Entrepreneur Network partner Patrick Bet-David lists 10 things that it’s OK—maybe even essential—to be paranoid about as an entrepreneur.

Simon Sinek: How to Build a Company That People Want to Work For

In this 9-minute video from Inc. Magazine, Simon Sinek (author of Start With Why) explains how to build a company that people want to work for, starting with the idea that great leaders give their employees the space and freedom to grow.

Daymond John’s Top 10 Rules for Success

Evan Carmichael presents the Top 10 Rules for Success of Daymond John, the entrepreneur, investor, and CEO of FUBU who can be seen frequently on ABC’s Shark Tank. His 10 rules kick off with "Make affordable steps forward..."

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