Business Video Roundup: Advice on Company Culture, Marketing & Getting More Clients
What if you ignore company culture as a business owner? How do you adapt to changes in the marketing landscape with the rise of the internet and social media? These are a few of the questions tackled in this week’s roundup of great videos for entrepreneurs and small-business owners. Also on deck: Marie Forleo hosts an illuminating call-in show, Rich Dad Poor Dad author Robert Kiyosaki reveals five secrets to being a successful entrepreneur, and several business leaders share their best marketing lessons.
Robert Kiyosaki: 5 Secrets to Being a Successful Entrepreneur
Evan Carmichael presents this 14-minute video featuring Rich Dad Poor Dad author Robert Kiyosaki’s sage advice for succeeding in business. You’ve probably heard some of these before, but if you need a little motivation, press play.
Marie Forleo: Want More Clients? Will Your Passion Project Make Money?
In this 40-minute MarieTV call-in show, Marie Forleo answers a range of questions from entrepreneurs in need of a little guidance. She gives advice on how to land your dream clients and evaluate the potential of your passion projects, while discussing the importance of honoring your values in business even if it means turning down great opportunities.
Stanford GSB: Why Leaders Shouldn’t Ignore Company Culture
“Culture just exists whether you want it or not,” says Amir Goldberg, Associate Professor of Organizational Behavior at Stanford Graduate School of Business. “If you don’t manage it properly you might create negative and counterproductive cultures that don’t really emphasize the things that are going to serve your organization.”
Gary Vaynerchuk: How to Adapt to Changes in Marketing
Do you still struggle with the internet and social media when it comes to marketing your business and the old ways aren’t generating the same kind of returns they used to? You’re not alone. This 15-minute video from Gary Vaynerchuk might help.
Entrepreneur: 7 Mind-Blowing Marketing Lessons by Top Entrepreneurs
In this seven-minute video, a variety of successful entrepreneurs and business leaders share some of the best marketing lessons they’ve learned over the years. Those dishing out advice include Nathan Latka (Heyo Founder), Daisy Jing (Banish CEO), Landon Ray (ONTRAPORT CEO), Timo Rein (Pipedrive Co-Founder), and Stephan Aarstol (Tower Paddle Boards CEO).
READ MORE FROM AMERICAN COMMERCIAL CAPITAL
In this week’s roundup of great videos for entrepreneurs and small-business owners, Y Combinator’s Eric Migicovsky talks about what qualities to look for when hiring for a new business, Goodr founder and CEO Stephen Lease reveals the one thing you shouldn’t say when networking, and business owners from around the U.S. share their advice on overcoming common business challenges. Plus, CNBC investigates why American cars don’t sell in Japan and…
“If you can’t sell, you’re not going to make it,” Mark Cuban says. It’s a hard truth that many entrepreneurs and business owners will have to face at some point. In this week’s business video roundup, Evan Carmichael presents Cuban’s Top 10 Rules for Success, filled with advice and insights gleaned from years of failure and success, trials and triumphs. Also on deck: Patrick Bet-David candidly talks about 15 mistakes…
In this week’s business video roundup, Sunny Lenarduzzi talks about her biggest business mistakes (including one that cost her nearly $500K!), Roberto Blake offers up seven easy steps to begin email marketing, and Y Combinator’s Michael Seibel goes over the differences between pitching to customers versus pitching to investors. Also on deck: CNBC explores why the UK’s biggest retailer failed to gain traction in the U.S. market and Evan Carmichael…