Business Video Roundup: Building a Brick-and-Mortar Business, Time Management & Tech Marketing Tips

Posted on 31.March.2017 by Mike Winters | @amcomcap

Jason SaltzmanThis week, Gary Vaynerchuk hashes out YouTube channel advice and wine business strategy, Brian Tracy lays out some effective time-management tips, and Jason Saltzman (CEO of Alley NYC) talks about how he achieved success only after several of his business ideas crashed and burned. Plus, several tech industry leaders offer up some great marketing tips and Inc. runs down the list of five business books that Mark Cuban says every entrepreneur should read. Yes, even you.

#AskGaryVee: YouTube Channel Tips, Wine Business Strategy & More

In the latest from Gary Vaynerchuk, the heavyweight entrepreneur motivator talks to a couple of YouTube stars who offer some excellent tips for your channel (if you have one). Vaynerchuk also answers viewer questions about regaining inspiration and strategy for a wine business, among other topics.

Brian Tracy: How to Get More Done Using this Prioritization Tool

“Time management is a skill, like typing or riding a bicycle, that can be developed with practice and repetition,” Brian Tracy says. In this six-minute video, he offers some solid tips on how to develop effective time management habits and even provides a free downloadable ABCDE Method Checklist to help you get started.

Entrepreneur: How to Build a Successful Brick and Mortar Startup

In this nine-minute video from Entrepreneur, Jason Saltzman, CEO of Alley NYC, talks about how he bounced back from multiple business failures and ultimately found success. An inspiring story for anyone who feels like giving up after a few strike-outs.

Entrepreneur: Tech Industry Leaders’ Best Success and Marketing Tips

Michelle Held met with technology industry leaders at Summit West in Las Vegas and asked them for their best tips on success and marketing. There’s some great advice in this five-minute video.

Inc.: The 5 Business Books That Mark Cuban Says Every Entrepreneur Should Read

Are these on your bookshelf? They should be.

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