Business Video Roundup: Being a Great Manager, Engaging with Customers & Avoiding Money Mistakes

Posted on 17.April.2017 by Mike Winters | @amcomcap

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If you need a little inspiration and motivation to start your week, here are five videos that we hope will help. We’ve got Gary Vaynerchuk discussing what makes a great manager, Evan Carmichael laying out seven habits of successful people, and Ryan Meczyk of Norman Distribution on engaging with your customers and the importance of small wins. Plus, Patrick Bet-David goes over the 10 dumbest mistakes entrepreneurs make with money and two Stanford Graduate School of Business professors discuss the power of storytelling in building a successful brand.

Gary Vaynerchuk: What Makes a Great Manager?

“I think too many people believe that when they’re a manager, people are working for them. And when they’re a mentor they think they’re working for the other person,” Gary Vaynerchuk says. “I believe that all the best managers are actually mentors.”

Evan Carmichael: Habits of Successful People

Featuring interviews with the likes of Richard Branson, Elon Musk, and Tony Robbins, this 16-minute motivational video runs down a list of seven habits of highly successful people. You probably know many of these, but it can’t hurt to reinforce them once in a while.

Ryan Meczyk: Engage with Your Customers

In this short video from Entrepreneur magazine’s YouTube channel, Ryan Meczyk, president of wholesale food and beverage company Norman Distribution, discusses the importance of engaging with your customers. “We believe that’s the key to our success,” he says.

Patrick Bet-David: The 10 Dumbest Mistakes Entrepreneurs Make with Money

Which of these 10 mistakes are you making right now?

Stanford Graduate School of Business: The Power of Signature Stories

In this hour-long video, Stanford Graduate School of Business Professor Jennifer Aaker and her father, Haas Professor Emeritus David Aaker, talk about the power and importance of stories in building brands and successful businesses. A lot of great information and advice in this one.

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