Business Video Roundup: 5 Must-See YouTube Videos for Entrepreneurs (Feb. 19, 2016)
It’s time for another Friday video roundup, so here are our favorite videos from the past week offering insights and wisdom for entrepreneurs and small-business owners. Gary Vaynerchuk talks about business indecision and employee recruitment, Marie Forleo and Bronnie Ware discuss the five regrets you don’t want to have at the end of your life, and former Intel president Renee James has a sit-down with Stanford Graduate Business School in which she discusses everything from patter recognition to risk taking. Plus, Brendon Burchard offers tips for handling difficult conversations, while Brian Tracy dishes on how to handle difficult people.
#AskGaryVee: Business Indecision, Employee Recruitment & Artist Management
In this episode of the venerable #AskGaryVee series, Gary Vaynerchuk delivers more straight-shooting advice. The questions: Have you ever dropped the ball by overthinking a decision? Do you expect employees to work like you? How do you utilize LinkedIn in employee recruitment? What do you do to relax? If you were an artist manager, what would you have your artists do that current artists aren’t doing? It’s a 23-minute discussion, so grab your favorite beverage and listen to Vaynerchuk spill his wisdom.
Five Regrets of the Dying: Marie Forleo & Bronnie Ware
Despite the workaholic nature of many entrepreneurs, it shouldn’t be all business all the time. In this inspiring 16-minute conversation, Marie Forleo and Bronnie Ware talk about the five biggest regrets people have at the end of their lives. Work is important, but not at the expense of other important things in life. Finding that balance may be the key to living a life with no regrets.
How to Have Difficult Conversations
In business and in life, difficult conversations are unavoidable. Here, Brendon Burchard offers four tips for handling those conversations with humility, kindness, and grace.
How to Deal with Difficult People
Brian Tracy intelligently discusses how to deal with difficult people. As Tracy notes, if you can effectively deal with difficult people, you can probably take control of any situation. It’s a valuable skill to have in life and in business.
Renee James: “Everybody Who Takes Risks Fails”
Stanford Graduate School of Business sits down for a 51-minute conversation with former Intel President Renee James, who offers her insights on the importance of clarity, pattern recognition, mentoring the next generation of aspiring leaders, and risk taking. “You have to have a tolerance for failure,” she says, because everybody who takes risks fails. Yep, everyone.
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