Business Video Roundup: How to Find Leaks, When to Let Employees Solve Crises & More

Posted on 31.Jul.2017 by Mike Winters | @amcomcap

Entrepreneur - Jason Feifer and Greg RollettThis week, Marie Forleo gives advice about deciding when to pull the plug on a questionable marketing strategy, Patrick Bet-David reveals how to find leaks in your business, and Emmy-winning producer and entrepreneur Greg Rollett talks about the "right time" to step back and let employees solve a major business crisis. Plus, small-business guru Kate Volman recommends her top five books for entrepreneurs and Brian Tracy offers some tips on how to be a confident leader even in stressful situations.

Marie Forleo: How to Tell If Your Marketing Strategy Is Worth the Effort

Is it time to pull the plug on a marketing effort you've already poured a lot of time and money into? Marie Forleo has a three-step process to help you decide whether to stick with a particular marketing strategy or perhaps change your course.

Patrick Bet-David: How to Find Leaks in Your Business

Just one leak can sink a ship. As a small-business owner, it's imperative that you find the leaks and plug them before the weight of the water starts taking you down. In this 17-minute video, Patrick Bet-David uses concrete examples to illustrate how to find and plug leaks in three different types of businesses (construction, restaurant, and sales office). The advice he offers is applicable to just about any industry.

Entrepreneur: When to Step Back and Let Employees Solve Major 'Fire-Burning' Crises

In this eight-minute video, Entrepreneur magazine editor-in-chief Jason Feifer talks with Greg Rollett, Emmy award-winning producer and founder of Ambitious.com, about when it's wise to step back and let employees solve major business crises rather than handle them yourself.

Kate Volman: Top 5 Books for Entrepreneurs

Entrepreneur Network partner and small-business guru Kate Volman discusses her top five books for business owners and entrepreneurs of all stripes. She begins with the massive bestselling tome Tools of Titans by Tim Ferriss.

Brian Tracy: How to Be a Confident Leader in Uncertain Situations

The ever-reliable Brian Tracy lays out how to maintain your calm and be a confident, effective leader even in uncertain or stressful situations. It's all about practicing certain habits. Practice makes perfect.

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