Business Video Roundup: 5 Must-See YouTube Videos for Entrepreneurs (Apr. 29, 2016)

Posted on 29.April.2016 by Mike Winters | @amcomcap

Brendon BurchardOur latest video roundup includes great advice on dealing with people who don’t keep their word, how to be generous without being a doormat, and how to avoid crash and burn from overworking. Plus, Evan Carmichael presents Seth Godin’s Top 10 Rules for Success and Stanford Graduate School of Business looks at how playing it safe can actually be a huge risk.

How to Deal with Haters & People Who Don’t Keep Their Word

In the latest episode of #AskGaryVee, renegade entrepreneur Gary Vaynerchuk discusses a host of topics, including how to deal with people who don’t keep their word, building a retail business from the ground up, and how nature affects our brains. Plus, he answers the eternal question, if we aren’t good with numbers, can we really be good at business?

How to Set Boundaries: Be Generous Without Being a Doormat

Don’t be a doormat. You can be giving without letting people walk all over you, in both business and in your personal life. In this 7-minute video, Marie Forleo shows you how, which begins with one very important thing: setting boundaries.

Why Achievers Crash and Burn

If you’re an overachiever suffering from crash-and-burn syndrome, you need to watch this video for Brendan Burchard’s advice on how to avoid the inevitable burnout. Yes, that means you might have to learn some balance and moderation, but it will save your mental health and pave the way for success.

Seth Godin’s Top 10 Rules for Success

Evan Carmichael presents the Seth Godin’s Top 10 Rules for Success. The marketing heavyweight, author, and juggernaut entrepreneur didn’t achieve his massive success by chance. In this 17-minute video, his top 10 rules are clearly laid out – from “do it your own way” to “the product is the marketing,” there’s plenty of food for thought and inspiration.

Amadeus Orleans: The Biggest Risk Is Playing It Too Safe

In this enlightening 8-minute video from Stanford Graduate School of Business, successful entrepreneur Amadeus Orleans of Arty Capital discusses why playing it too safe can be the biggest risk of all.

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