Business Video Roundup: How the Top Entrepreneurs Operate, Skills to Look for in Remote Employees & More

Posted on 4.September.2020 by Mike Winters | @amcomcap

Remote employee woman sitting at desk with dog at home

Image: varyapigu / Envato Elements

In this week’s business video roundup, Lioness co-founder Anna Lee talks about moving past imposter syndrome and gives advice to young entrepreneurs, Inc. reveals what to look for when hiring remote employees, and Gary Vaynerchuk talks shop with Josh York of GYMGUYZ, covering a wide range of topics, including how to separate yourself from the pack to achieve your goals. Plus, for the restaurant owners out there, Small Business Revolution details the four essentials you must have on your website. And, finally, CNBC’s ongoing conversation with the nation’s top economists continues with Esther Duflo, winner of the Nobel Prize in Economics in 2019. She offers up her ideas about what’s next for the U.S. economy, giving business owners a lot to think about.

Forbes: Entrepreneur Anna Lee on Moving Past Imposter Syndrome

In this three-minute video from the Forbes series Unfiltered, Lioness co-founder Anna Lee discusses how she overcame imposter syndrome and advises young entrepreneurs to take risks in pursuing their dreams.

Inc.: The Most Important Skills to Look for When Hiring Remote Employees

Just a few quick tips on putting together a team that excels in a remote environment.

GaryVee: How the Top 1% of Entrepreneurs Operate

In this informative, entertaining, and motivational 32-minute conversation, Gary Vaynerchuk talks with Josh York, the founder and CEO of GYMGUYZ, a fitness franchise that delivers in-home mobile personal training. They cover a wide range of business topics, including mindset, leadership, and separating yourself from the pack in order to achieve your goals.

Marketing Minutes: 4 Must-Haves for Any Restaurant’s Website

This one is for the restaurant owners. Do you have these four essentials on your website?

CNBC: What’s Next for the U.S. Economy (Esther Duflo)

In the latest of CNBC’s illuminating interviews with the nation’s top economists, Lindsey Jacobson speaks with Esther Duflo, who won the Nobel Prize in Economics in 2019 and has spent much of her life trying to help alleviate poverty. Whether or not you agree with her take on what’s next for the U.S. economy, her points are interesting and well worth considering.

image description

Roy Brooks and American Commercial Capital, LLC, has provided invoice-factoring services to Houston-area small businesses since 2003. We work with businesses in San Antonio, Dallas, Austin, Fort Worth, Beaumont, Port Arthur, Corpus Christi, and other nearby Texas cities.

If you want to learn more about how cashflow-sensitive invoice factoring can help your business, give us a call at 713-227-3863, contact us here, or fill out our form for a free, no-obligation quote.

READ MORE FROM AMERICAN COMMERCIAL CAPITAL

Business Video Roundup: Customer Experience, Mentorship & Marketing with Humor

Business Video Roundup: Customer Experience, Mentorship & Marketing with Humor

Image: vanenunes / Envato Elements

In this week’s business video roundup, Popmenu CEO Brendan Sweeney talks about creating a positive customer experience in the restaurant industry, award-winning creative director David Stevanov explains how to use humor to deliver a serious message, and Patrick Bet-David reveals how to find the best mentors. Plus, Marie Forleo offers up a movie-length how-to on understanding and managing anxiety, while CNBC presents an exclusive…

Mike Winters 24.06.2022

Business Video Roundup: Tell a Great Story, Sell Your Business for $1 Billion & More

Business Video Roundup: Tell a Great Story, Sell Your Business for $1 Billion & More

Image: bernardbodo / Envato Elements

In this week’s roundup of great videos for entrepreneurs and business owners, award-winning creative director Josh DiMarcantonio talks about how he helped launch one of Taco Bell’s most successful advertising campaigns with the power of good storytelling, Waze cofounder Uri Levine shares his successes and failures on the way to selling his business to Google for $1 billion, and Hunt & Fish Club owner…

Mike Winters 17.06.2022

Business Video Roundup: Restaurant Marketing, Gaining Customer Data & More

Business Video Roundup: Restaurant Marketing, Gaining Customer Data & More

Image: macniak / Envato Elements

In this week’s business video roundup, Harry’s CEO Andy Katz-Mayfield talks about how his men’s shaving-products company managed to navigate setbacks during the pandemic, America’s Best Restaurants CEO Matt Plapp discusses why point of sales are a key way to gain important customer data, and Carats & Cake founder Jess Conroy reveals how she broke into the wedding industry and continues to grow her…

Mike Winters 10.06.2022
Back
AMERICAN COMMERCIAL CAPITAL HOME

HOW MUCH COULD FACTORING INCREASE PROFITS FOR YOUR BUSINESS?

CALL 713-227-3863