Business Video Roundup: 5 Must-See YouTube Videos for Entrepreneurs (Mar. 11, 2016)
This week’s video roundup shows what you can learn from bootstrapping your business with limited resources, how to outline a speech in five minutes, and how to relax and wind down at the end of the day. On top of that, Marie Forleo delivers tips on regaining focus on the creative aspects of your business and Evan Carmichael presents Michael Bloomberg’s Top 10 Rules for Success.
3 Things You Learn from Bootstrapping Your Business
This four-minute video from Entrepreneur Network partner James Tew is for all the budding entrepreneurs with great business ideas but not a lot of money to get them off the ground. Tew points out that a lot of today’s biggest companies (Apple, GoPro, and Facebook) started out by bootstrapping it with limited resources and money. He argues that you can too.
How to Outline Your Speech in 5 Minutes
Most entrepreneurs and people in business know that preparation is usually the key to a great speech, but where do you begin? That’s where this succinct video comes in. Using a no-nonsense approach and clear examples, Brian Tracy tells you how to outline your speech in under five minutes, so you’ll be well on your way to making a speech with purpose and power.
How to Relax and Wind Down at End of Day
If you have trouble relaxing at the end of a busy day, Brendon Burchard’s advice for winding down might be just what the doctor ordered. Follow his four tips and you’ll be on your way to relaxing in no time, ready to face tomorrow’s challenges fully recharged.
Too Busy Running Your Business to Actually DO Your Business? Try This.
Most entrepreneurs have felt this at one time or another—being so busy with business administrative or management tasks that we don’t have time for the creative aspects of our business that we would much rather be doing. In this 10-minute video, Marie Forleo shows you how to overcome this and get back to creating, complete with helpful visual demonstrations.
Michael Bloomberg’s Top 10 Rules for Success
The former NYC mayor is the seventh richest person in the U.S. and the founder and CEO of Bloomberg L.P. Evan Carmichael presents Michael Bloomberg’s Top 10 Rules for Success.
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