Business Video Roundup: Advice from Houston Rockets Owner Tilman Fertitta & More

Posted on 20.September.2019 by Mike Winters | @amcomcap

#AskGaryVee – Tilman FertittaIn this week’s business video roundup, Gary Vaynerchuk speaks with Tilman Fertitta, the owner of both Landry’s and the Houston Rockets. Together they discuss Fertitta’s new book (Shut Up and Listen! Hard Business Truths That Will Help You Succeed) and dive into other topics surrounding entrepreneurship, including the hospitality business. Other videos on deck: Grant Cardone’s top 10 rules of success, how Ugg founder Brian Smith turned a fledgling California footwear brand into a worldwide success, and an hour-long webinar from Entrepreneur designed to help entrepreneurs looking to expand on a global scale.

#AskGaryVee: Gary Vaynerchuk Talks to Houston Rockets Owner Tilman Fertitta

In this 38-minute episode of #AskGaryVee, Mr. Vaynerchuk sits down with Tilman Fertitta, the entrepreneur known to many Houstonians and sports fans as owner of the Houston Rockets. Fertitta talks about his new book on business and delves into subjects like the gift/talent sides of entrepreneurship, the hospitality business, and more.

Evan Carmichael: Grant Cardone’s Top 10 Rules of Success

Evan Carmichael presents Grant Cardone’s top 10 rules of success, including “improve your network,” “focus on income, not expenses,” and “get addicted to success.”

Inc.: How Ugg Went from Boutique Surf Shops in California to Billions in Sales

Footwear company Ugg didn’t find success overnight. First-year sales were disappointing, but founder Brian Smith realized he was sending the wrong message to his target market. Here he explains the changes he made that led to Ugg’s success.

Free Webinar: The Entrepreneur’s Playbook for Going Global

Growing a business often requires thinking outside the box. This hour-long webinar, presented by Entrepreneur and moderated by Jill Schiefelbein, has some smart, creative advice for entrepreneurs seeking to expand globally.

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