Business Video Roundup: 5 Must-See YouTube Videos for Entrepreneurs (Apr. 1, 2016)
If you work with family members in your business, you’re going to want to check out this week’s 25-minute video all about how to effectively work with family in business and how to avoid the common mistakes that can arise from such situations. This week we also also a Stanford Graduate School of Business professor on the benefits of simplifying in business, Evan Carmichael offering five actionable productivity tips, and Brian Tracy talking about how to program your mind for success. Plus, this week’s episode of #AskGaryVee offers advice on what to do if someone copies your business idea.
How to Work with Family in Business
This video is 25 minutes of hard-earned wisdom about how to work with family members in business and avoid common mistakes. Entrepreneur Network partner Patrick Bet-David of Valuetainment (a YouTube channel for entrepreneurs) discusses his own experiences and doesn’t hold back about all the mistakes he made with family in his early business ventures. Filled with essential advice for entrepreneurs who work with family in business.
Kathleen Eisenhardt: Effective People Think Simply
In this 7-minute video, Stanford Graduate School of Business professor Kathleen Eisenhardt discusses the benefits of simplifying in business. After studying the business and product-development processes of many different businesses, she came to some eye-opening conclusions. This thought-provoking video might get you thinking about your business in a new light.
Productivity Tips – 5 Ways to Be More Productive
There are a lot of productivity videos on YouTube, but this one from Evan Carmichael is worth checking out even if you think you’ve heard it all before. In just under 13 minutes, Carmichael provides five actionable tips on how to be more productive, starting right now.
How to Program Your Mind for Success
Brian Tracy discusses the idea that you become what you think about most of the time. If you want to be successful, he argues, then you have to program your mind for it. In this 5-minute video, Tracy offers a couple of helpful tips on how to do this.
#AskGaryVee: What to Do If Someone Copies Your Business Idea, Dublin & The Startup Van
In this episode of #AskGaryVee, Gary Vaynerchuk once again cuts through all the noise and offers some straight-shooting advice on several business topics. Chief among them this time around, what should you do if someone copies your business idea?
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