Business Video Roundup: 5 Must-See YouTube Videos for Entrepreneurs (Mar. 4, 2016)
Our latest batch of great videos for entrepreneurs and small-business owners includes Marie Forleo on why you should follow you fear, Brendon Burchard on why you should stop being a helpful burnout and learn to say no, and Brian Tracy discussing six ways to improve your public speaking. Plus, a Stanford Graduate School of Business professor argues why messy beats perfection at Hewlett-Packard and Evan Carmichael presents IT industrialist Narayana Murthy’s Top 10 Rules for Success.
The Power of Following Your Fear
Conventional wisdom says to follow your passion, but what if following your fear can bring you even greater rewards? In this 6-minute video, Marie Forleo has some inspiring insights about facing your fears head-on and the success that it can bring.
Stop Being a Helpful Burnout
To avoid being a helpful burnout, Brendon Burchard advises learning how to say no. “Say no early, say no often,” he says. When you receive requests for help that are not aligned with your business or personal priorities or where you can add real value, saying no might be the best course of action. Don’t compromise your expertise, time, and sanity by always saying yes.
6 Tips to Improve Your Public Speaking
If your public speaking skills could use some improvement, Brian Tracy has just what the doctor ordered. In this 5-minute video, he offers six tips that will help you improve your public-speaking game—thereby increasing your power and persuasiveness.
Why Messy Beats Perfection at Hewlett-Packard
In this 9-minute video, Stanford Graduate School of Business professor Robert A. Burgelman discusses why perfection isn’t necessarily something to strive for in business, using Hewlett-Packard as an example of a company where messy and longevity go hand in hand.
Narayana Murthy’s Top 10 Rules for Success
As the co-founder of the multinational corporation Infosys with a personal net worth of $1.8 billion, it’s safe to say that Indian IT industrialist Narayana Murthy knows a thing or two about success. Presented by Evan Carmichael, Murthy’s Top 10 Rules for Success include “respect your competitors,” “be trustworthy,” and “don’t take yourself too seriously.” Food for inspiration.
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