Business Video Roundup: Charging Clients, Strategizing & Overcoming Obstacles

Posted on 27.Jan.2017 by Mike Winters | @amcomcap

How to Strategize as an Entrepreneur This week, Gary Vaynerchuk gives advice about charging clients more (don't shy away from this!), Marie Forleo talks about overcoming fear of failure, and Brian Tracy discusses a little-known stumbling block to financial success and gives tips on how to conquer it. Then we have a Stanford Graduate School of Business presentation that dives into the sometimes-tricky waters of cross-cultural communication and Patrick Bet-David delivers some excellent (and actionable) tips on business strategizing.

#AskGaryVee: Charging Clients, Personal Brand or Business Brand & More

Another week, another motivational episode of #AskGaryVee. Over the course of a half hour, Gary Vaynerchuk takes viewer calls and gives advice about charging clients, work ethic, blogging, and the pros and cons of personal brand vs. business brand.

Marie Forleo: Overcome Fear of Failure (Why What You Do After You Fail Really Matters)

In this seven-minute video, Marie Forleo discusses why what you do after a failure is critically important and how becoming empowered by your mistakes can pave the road to success. She's absolutely right.

Brian Tracy: The Major Obstacle to Financial Success

Are you consciously or subconsciously sabotaging yourself because deep down you don't believe you deserve financial success? It's a real issue for some people, but it's an obstacle that can be overcome with a simple change in mindset. "Money is neither good nor bad," Brian Tracy says. "It is only the way we think about and use it that makes it one or the other."

Lost in Translation: How to Communicate Across Cultures

This 11-minute presentation from Stanford Graduate School of Business tackles the often-tricky subject of cross-cultural communication. Includes some great advice and helpful tips.

Patrick Bet-David: How to Strategize as an Entrepreneur

You can work 80 hours on your business, but if you lack clear goals and don't prioritize it can be a little like running in quicksand. In this helpful 15-minute video, Patrick Bet-David offers a few tips on how to effectively strategize as an entrepreneur.

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