Business Video Roundup: 6 Must-See YouTube Videos for Entrepreneurs (Sep. 16, 2016)
As summer drifts away and fall settles in, take some time to kick back with our latest roundup of great videos for entrepreneurs and small-business owners. This week, Gary Vaynerchuk talks about the future of financial technology, Marie Forleo offers tips on how to find a business mentor, and Brendon Burchard gives his advice on dealing with negative people. And if that’s not enough, Brian Tracy discusses starting a business on a budget and Evan Carmichael has an enlightening conversation with CreativeLive CEO Chase Jarvis about a wide range of topics. Plus, Patrick Bet-David on why competition is actually key to success in business.
#AskGaryVee: YouTube Monetization Policies, Future of FinTech & Fostering Leadership
In this 17-minute episode of #AskGaryVee, Gary Vaynerchuk offers his no-nonsense thoughts on YouTube monetization policies, the future of financial technology, and how to encourage leadership in unsung heroes. He also talks about the biggest moment in his kids’ lives that he missed out on due to being an entrepreneur. Also: brand-building for behind-the-scenes players.
Marie Forleo: How to Find a Mentor – 6 Unexpected Secrets to Connect with the Best
We all like to think that we can do it alone, but sometimes having a knowledgeable mentor can be an invaluable asset on the road to success. In this nine-minute video, Marie Forleo shares six steps you can use today to find the business guidance and support that can help steer you in the right direction.
Brendon Burchard: How to Deal with Negative People
How do you deal with negative people? Brendon Burchard deals with them intelligently and empathetically. In just under 10 minutes, he offers four smart tips that will help you deal with them better too, including, “Empathize.” Yes, compassion wins.
Q&A: Starting a Business on a Budget, Selling Your Products, and Finding Your Passion
In this five-minute Q&A, Brian Tracy answers a few questions from followers, starting with, “How can I start a business with a limited budget?” He offers some good tips on bootstrapping, then also discusses how to sell products and how to find your passion.
Intuition Is an Entrepreneur’s Best Friend feat. Chase Jarvis
Evan Carmichael hosts this enlightening Google Hangout with influential photographer and entrepreneur Chase Jarvis, who is currently the CEO of CreativeLive, the incredibly successful live-streaming education company. Over the course of 40 minutes, they talk about a wide range of business topics and offer some inspiring advice for up-and-coming entrepreneurs.
10 Ways Competition Helps You Win in Business
Is competition the key to a successful business? Patrick Bet-David thinks so. In this 15-minute video, he discusses why.
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