Business Video Roundup: Hiring Tips, Value-Driven Operations & Overcoming Obstacles
In this week’s business video roundup, Patrick Bet-David reveals how great resumes could mislead you when it comes to hiring the right person for the job, Jennifer Allen of Levy Restaurants talks about value-driven operations, and Evan Carmichael helps entrepreneurs and business owners figure out how to overcome the biggest obstacles in their lives. Plus, Business Insider’s Still Standing explores how a centuries-old paper-making craft is being kept alive in Vietnam, while Gary Vaynerchuk explains how to create content that will help your business (spoiler alert: you actually have to provide value to your audience!).
Patrick Bet-David: Don’t Let a Great Resume Confuse You – It Could Destroy Your Business
In this 15-minute video, Patrick-Bet David lays out some essential hiring tips, emphasizing that a candidate with a killer resume isn’t always the right fit for your business—and could cost you tremendously in the long run.
Restaurant Influencers: Jennifer Allen of Levy Restaurants on Value-Driven Operations
Jennifer Allen of Levy Restaurants talks about what it takes to run successful restaurants in the latest episode of Restaurant Influencers. She dishes about being dedicated to hiring the right people and whipping up delicious food, along with working for a business that has a significant number of female leaders in a “company that is mostly sports and entertainment venues.”
Evan Carmichael: How to Overcome the Hardest Obstacles in Your Life
One-hour video from a live virtual coaching session hosted by Evan Carmichael in which he endeavors to help entrepreneurs and business owners find ways to overcome the biggest obstacles standing in their way.
How One Vietnamese Village Is Keeping an 800-Year-Old Paper-Making Tradition Alive
This episode of Business Insider’s Still Standing shows how a few families in Vietnam’s Bac Ninh province are keeping a centuries-old paper-making craft alive, even though industrialization and paper mills have all but wiped out this means of production.
Gary Vee: Are You Making Content for Your Audience?
Gary Vaynerchuk reveals why so many businesses are grasping at straws, throwing money away, by chasing after what used to work in marketing. “You will lose if you do not adapt to shifts in consumer attention,” he says. In this 31-minute video, he goes deep on this topic, discussing building intellectual property that will have significant worth, providing real value to your audience, and the emotional ingredients necessary to give your content maximum impact and resonance.
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