Business Video Roundup: 5 Must-See YouTube Videos for Entrepreneurs (Dec. 2, 2016)
As you continue recovering from Thanksgiving, we’re back to offer you a little more advice and encouragement for all your business endeavors. This week, Gary Vaynerchuk talks about important leadership qualities, the Hard Money Bankers guys discuss the concept of the “value ladder” for client-driven businesses, and Patrick Bet-David lays out how to inspect your business for weaknesses. Plus, Evan Carmichael and Stephen Kelly share some tips about finding good people for your business and Columbia School of Business professor Joel Brockner explains why process is just as important as meeting targets and goals.
#AskGaryVee: Oliver Luckett, Snapchat Spectacles Marketing & Leadership Qualities
Social Organism author Oliver Luckett guests on this 27-minute episode of #AskGaryVee. He and Gary Vaynerchuk answer several questions from viewers, with topics ranging from personal branding to running a business from your mobile phone. They also talk about the leadership qualities that entrepreneurs can develop to become more effective and influential.
Entrepreneur: The Value Ladder in a Client Driven Business
Chris and Jason from Hard Money Bankers (private real-estate lending) talk about the “value ladder” that any client-driven business should implement if they wish to be successful. In under eight minutes, they’ll help you figure out how to do just that.
Patrick Bet-David: How to Inspect Your Business
“Nothing improves in life unless you inspect it regularly,” says Patrick Bet-David at the start of this 26-minute video. From there, he reveals 12 key areas that you should take a look at when inspecting your own business for weaknesses.
Evan Carmichael & Stephen Kelly: How to Find Good People for Your Business
In this six-minute quickie, Evan Carmichael and Stephen Kelly discuss how to find quality people for your business—people that you can trust to get the job done and trust, period.
Columbia Business School: The Process Matters
This 30-minute webinar from Columbia School of Business professor Joel Brockner might get a little academic (naturally), but it’s filled with great information and ideas. He explains how process is sometimes more important than simply meeting targets and goals—and how the right process can lead to better outcomes and greater success in the long run.
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