Business Video Roundup: 5 Must-See YouTube Videos for Entrepreneurs (July 22, 2016)

Posted on 22.July.2016 by Mike Winters | @amcomcap

Gary VaynerchukAs the summer heat continues to rise, why not crank up the AC, grab an icy-cold beverage, and relax while soaking up some advice and inspiration? This week’s video roundup tackles the key to successful project management, how to sell without sacrificing integrity, and three things all entrepreneurs should know before starting a business. Plus, Marie Forleo talks to motivational guru Tony Robbins about how to lead an extraordinary life and Brendon Burchard reveals how to bring joy to everything you do.

Tony Robbins & Marie Forleo: What It Takes to Have an Extraordinary Life

Say what you will about self-help guru Tony Robbins, the guy has valuable insights about life and business that can inspire and motivate a wide range of people. In this 60-minute video, Marie Forleo sits down with Robbins to discuss his life, his work, and what you can do right now (yes, today) to improve the quality of your life—and, in turn, your business. Inspiring stuff.

How to Bring the Joy to All You Do

A nice chaser after watching Marie Forleo and Tony Robbins talk about leading an extraordinary life: Brendon Burchard explains how to “bring the joy” to all you do. Don’t worry, this one’s only 12 minutes.

The Key to Successful Project Management

In this quickie video, Gary Vaynerchuk is asked about the key to successful project management and gives an insightful answer in under a minute. The key, according to Vaynerchuck, is humanity—that is, being a good listener rather than a talker.

How to Sell Without Sacrificing Integrity

In this 27-minute video, Evan Carmichael talks about selling (with integrity!) with Kendrick Shope, the creator of the Authentic Selling method and author of the upcoming book Sell Like a Woman. Whether you’re a man or a woman, the advice here is spot on.

3 Things You Need to Know Before Starting Your Business

Whether you’re starting your first business or your fifth, Akil Stokes of Trade Empowered outlines a few important things all entrepreneurs should know before launching a new business venture. Valuable advice.

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