Weekly Roundup: 5 Must-See YouTube Videos for Entrepreneurs (Sept. 18, 2015)
In this week's roundup of great videos for entrepreneurs and small-business owners, Maria Forleo offers five easy steps for getting things done consistently, Evan Carmichael talks about finding balance between chaos and order, and Gary Vaynerchuk discusses the importance of creativity in business. Plus, Brendon Burchard talks about the power of positive expectations, and Google Small Business has an epic chat with YouTube about how small business owners can best use the video-streaming giant to help them succeed.
#AskGaryVee: The Importance of Creativity with Chase Jarvis
A particularly hyperactive Gary Vaynerchuk hosts this 21-minute episode of #AskGaryVee, answering a range of questions from viewers. He offers tips for growing a brand on a limited budget and discusses the importance of creativity in business, among other meaty topics.
The Power of Expectation
In this 10-minute blast of inspiration, Brendon Burchard talks about how you can hone your expectations to have a positive impact on your life. "Expect good things from yourself, from others, and from the world," he says. "Having that positive expectation will help you experience what we call The Charged Life."
How to be Consistent: 5 Steps to Get Things Done, All the Time
They say consistency is the key to success, but being consistent isn't always easy. Maria Forleo knows this and she has a few tips to share in this 7-minute video that features five steps you can implement to get things done, consistently, all the time, starting right now.
Time Management Strategies: CHAOS vs. Order
If you have too much order in your business, you're going to get bored. If you have too much chaos, you're going to go crazy. Or at least that's what Evan Carmichael suggests in this 3-minute video in which he offers tips for finding a balance between order and chaos.
YouTube for Small Business
Last week, Google Small Business discussed how to harness the power of LinkedIn for marketing a small business. This week, Google Small Business talks to Jen Coleman of YouTube about how small businesses can use YouTube to succeed online. It's a 30-minute conversation with tons of great info and advice.
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