Weekly Roundup: 4 Must-See YouTube Videos for Entrepreneurs (July 17, 2015)

Posted on 17.Jul.2015 by Mike Winters | @amcomcap

Brian TracyIn this week's video roundup, Brendon Burchard offers advice on how to achieve your dreams (even when the going gets tough), Marie Forleo shares a "4-minute trick" for boosting productivity, and Evan Carmichael shows how to stay motivated while doing all of the above. Plus, Brian Tracy tells how to end a speech with a bang. Quality advice no matter what line of business you're in.

How to Achieve Your Dreams (and Keep Going When It's Hard!)

Once again, Brendon Burchard is here to give entrepreneurs a little kick in the pants and some good-hearted inspiration. This time, he's discussing how we can stay on track and achieve our dreams, even when it seems like a fruitless struggle—or even when you don't know where to start. In this 12-minute video, Burchard talks about how to visualize our dreams, research, actualize, and build a community around the road to fulfilling your dreams. Why not start today, if you haven't already?

The 4-Minute Trick for Massive Productivity

Chances are you've heard of this "4-minute trick" for boosting productivity before, but have you actually tried it? It's so simple you might wonder if it really works. Marie Forleo is really good at selling the trick, however, and I can attest: yes, it does work. At least for me. And many others. Will it work for you? I'd bet on it.

Will This Help You Stay MOTIVATED?

To tie in the above videos, here's Evan Carmichael to help you stay motivated while achieving your dreams and being productive. Listen to Carmichael discuss how visual cues can help you keep good habits and build your business.

4 Ways to End a Speech with a Bang

It's no secret that the end of a speech is very important. "Carefully chosen," Brian Tracy says, "your final words can cause your audience to think and feel and act differently than they would have without your influence." In this four-minute video, Tracy offers four ways to end a speech with maximum impact. Spoiler alert: a strong call to action is always a good idea.

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