Business Video Roundup: Grow Your Business, Manage Customers & Automate Success

Posted on 24.February.2017 by Mike Winters | @amcomcap

7 Signs You Are Going to Be SuccessfulIn this week’s video roundup, Brian Tracy reveals “the single greatest thing” you can do to grow your business, Evan Carmichael tells millennials to stop talking about it and start their business already, and Patrick-Bet David lays out seven signs of future success. Plus, author Jill Schiefelbein and Zoom CEO Eric Yuan discuss effective customer management and Todd Herman talks about the power of the right routine in developing successful business habits.

Brian Tracy: The Single Greatest Thing You Can Do to Grow Your Business

In this four-minute video, Brian Tracy reveals what he believes is the single greatest thing you can do to grow your business. That thing? Write a book: “Writing allows you to connect with people on a deeper level by giving them a brief insight into your mind.”

Evan Carmichael: 7 Reasons Millennials Should Start Their Business Today

Many wannabe entrepreneurs under the age of 30 get stuck in an endless cycle of business ideas that they never act on because they’re good at making excuses about why they won’t succeed. Well, get over it, millennials! In under 13 minutes, Evan Carmichael lays out why you should start that business today instead of waiting “for the right time.”

Patrick Bet-David: 7 Signs You Are Going to Be Successful

Can you determine if someone is going to be successful or not simply based on personality traits and behaviors? Patrick Bet-David thinks you can. How many of these signs are applicable to you?

Jill Schiefelbein & Eric Yuan: How to Manage Unhappy Customers

In this quick three-minute video, author Jill Schiefelbein discusses customer management with Eric Yuan, CEO and founder of Zoom. He offers a few excellent tips about listening and responding to customer concerns and best practices for managing feedback.

Todd Herman: Automating Success – The Power of the Right Routine

The right routine can help you develop powerful business habits. High-performance coach Todd Herman shares his advice on this topic in this 10-minute video presentation made for Entrepreneur’s Gold Standard Challenge.

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