Business Video Roundup: How to Deal with Setbacks, Disrupt an Industry & More

Posted on 1.October.2021 by Mike Winters | @amcomcap

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In this week’s business video roundup, Gary Vaynerchuk and Clearco’s Michele Romanow launch a new weekly series aimed to help you build your business, Maven co-founder Wes Kao reveals a better way to look at entrepreneurial setbacks, and Brain Tracy talks about his seven essential pillars of personal development. Plus, Stanford Graduate School of Business takes a deep look at the work environment post-COVID, while Airbnb co-founder Brian Chesky shares a few quick tips on disrupting an industry.

Gary Vee: The Advice You Need to Build Your Business – F*ck Yah Fridays Ep. 1

Gary Vaynerchuk has started a new weekly series with Clearco co-founder Michele Romanow called F*ck Yah Fridays, which aims to deliver tips, tricks, and advice to help you build your business. With this first 42-minute episode, they’re off to a terrific start.

The Simple Mindset Shift That Can Change How You See Entrepreneurial Setbacks

Wes Kao, co-founder of Maven, reveals how a simple change in perspective can change the way you handle what you might view as business or product mistakes. They might not be setbacks at all.

Brian Tracy: The 7 Essential Pillars of Personal Development

“Knowing what areas you excel in and which areas you can improve in is very useful for your personal and professional life,” Brian Tracy says. In this video, he runs down his seven essential pillars of personal development that will help you achieve your goals.

Stanford GSB: Leadership for Society – Reimaging Work Post-COVID

This 42-minute presentation from Stanford GSB discusses the work environment post-pandemic, with valuable insights from Laura Carstensen (founding director of the Stanford Center on Longevity), Manu Meel (executive director of BridgeUSA), and Jennifer Liu (CNBC reporter covering hiring trends and the workplace). It’s an interesting look at where things might be heading.

Airbnb Co-Founder Brian Chesky Shares His Top Tips for Disrupting an Industry

A few quick tips from Airbnb co-founder Brian Chesky about making a mark in your industry.

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