Business Video Roundup: 10 Types of Business Partners, Best Habits for 2020 & More

Posted on 27.December.2019 by Mike Winters | @amcomcap

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In our final business video roundup for 2019, there’s some looking back at the past year and looking forward to the new year ahead, including Gary Vaynerchuk’s best advice from 2019 and Evan Carmichael’s habits you must adopt in 2020 to help you accomplish all your goals. Also on deck: Patrick Bet-David runs down the 10 different types of business partners, Forbes explores how the founder of WeWork lost the company $39 billion in one year, and Happy Howie president David Collado explains why it’s so important to invest in your existing team before considering external hires. Let’s get started. Have a wonderful new year, everyone!

GaryVee: Top 13 GaryVee Moments and Advice of 2019

Here’s a 20-minute rundown on Gary Vaynerchuk’s top 13 moments and pieces of advice (both business and personal) from 2019. It serves as a great reminder even if you’ve already seen some (or all) of these.

Evan Carmichael: 7 Amazing Habits You Must Adopt in 2020

Evan Carmichael lays out seven habits that will serve you well in 2020 and beyond—in both business and your personal life. Get started developing these habits now and next year could be better than your last.

Patrick Bet-David: 10 Types of Business Partners

In this 10-minute video, Patrick Bet-David discusses the 10 types of business partners.

Forbes: How WeWork Founder Adam Neumann Lost the Company $39 Billion in 1 Year

How the founder of WeWork led the company astray—a cautionary tale.

Inc.: Why It’s So Important to Invest in Your Existing Team Before Hiring Externally

Happy Howie president David Collado explains why hiring internally was one of the best choices he made after losing six plant managers in six years. The best person for the job might be someone you already have.

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