Business Video Roundup: Direct-Mail Marketing in 2019, How Google Tests New Ideas & More

Posted on 4.January.2019 by Mike Winters | @amcomcap

Tim Ferriss - 3 Tips for Single TaskingAs we settle into 2019, here are a few videos to help kickstart your way to success in the new year. Gary Vaynerchuk talks about why direct-mail marketing is far from dead, Evan Carmichael presents 10 habits to elevate your year, and Jake Knapp gives an inside look at Google’s five-step process for testing out new ideas and product concepts. Plus, Fear{less} host Tim Ferriss offers some quick productivity tips and marketing guru Erik Huberman discusses how to tell when it’s time to walk away from your product.

Gary Vaynerchuk: Why Direct Mail Marketing Is Far from Dead

It’s not talked about much anymore, especially with the rise of the internet and social-media marketing, but direct mail marketing is still alive and kicking. Gary Vee explains why.

Evan Carmichael: 10 Amazing Habits You Must Adopt in 2019

If you need some New Year’s motivation, this 24-minute video from Evan Carmichael has some terrific advice and inspiration from business heavyweights on how to supercharge your 2019.

Jake Knapp: Inside Google’s 5-Step Process of Testing New Ideas

Your business may not have Google’s money and manpower, but there’s a lot you can learn about the way they develop and test new ideas. In this 40-minute video produced by Inc., Jake Knapp (partner at Google Ventures and author of the bestselling Sprint) describes what goes into a week-long “design sprint” for incubating and testing out new concepts.

Tim Ferriss: The Productivity Superpower You Didn’t Know You Had

Quick-burst productivity tips from Tim Ferriss, host of the TV show Fear{less}.

Entrepreneur: When to Walk Away from Your Product

In this quick two-minute video, marketing guru Erik Huberman discusses when to walk away from your product.

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