Business Video Roundup: 3 Videos to Close Out 2016 & Ring in the New Year

Posted on 30.December.2016 by Mike Winters | @amcomcap

Gary Vaynerchuk and Oliver LuckettFor our last business video roundup of 2016, we’re going to keep it brief and motivational with three succinct videos that we hope will inspire your entrepreneurial dreams in the new year. In them, Gary Vaynerchuk gives the definitive answer about whether or not people should make New Year’s resolutions, Evan Carmichael and Stephen Kelly discuss their take on the same subject, and Brian Tracy offers some wise advice about how to close out 2016 and get yourself ready for the new year ahead. 2017, here we come!

New Year’s Resolution 2017

Gary Vaynerchuk: “People should make New Year’s resolutions if they’re actually watching this video on January 1st. If they’re watching it on December 23rd, they should be making December 23rd resolutions. Waiting until the calendar flips to start making your life better is silly.”

Do You Need New Year Resolutions?

Stephen Kelly: “I think we should, as leaders, focus way more on the things we do well and make them even better. If we do that, I think we’ll find we make less mistakes. Accentuate the positive.”

How to Close Out 2016

Brian Tracy: “Your life today is a result of all of your choices and decisions in the past. When you make new choices, you create a new future.”

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