Business Video Roundup: How to Fire Someone the Right Way, Managing Cashflow & More

Posted on 22.February.2019 by Mike Winters | @amcomcap

Gary Vaynerchuk - 5 Business Tips for SuccessIn this week’s roundup of great videos for entrepreneurs and business owners, Gary Vaynerchuk offers up five quick business tips in five minutes, Phanta’s Mark Drager discusses what he learned when expanding his business to over $1 million in revenue, and Brian Tracy shares some tips on firing someone the right way—with honesty and compassion. Plus, Entrepreneur explains why a business attorney is essential and Tricia Clarkstone of creative/tech agency Narrative describes a few cashflow hacks that can be beneficial to any growing business to help keep the money rolling in at all times.

Gary Vaynerchuk: Five Business Tips in Five Minutes

Five quick, no-nonsense business tips from Gary Vaynerchuk.

Business Growth: How to Expand Your Business to Over $1 Million

Part 9 in Evan Carmichael’s series of interviews with Phanta CEO Mark Drager explores how to reach the next level once your business is doing hundreds of thousands in revenue. Drager explains how to avoid the pitfalls he initially made when scaling his business.

One Team Member You Need to Succeed: A Business Attorney

This short video from Entrepreneur explains why you should always have a good business attorney in your back pocket. You might not think you need one, but you do.

Brian Tracy: How to Fire Someone the Right Way in 8 Steps

Letting someone go can be one of the most stressful parts of being a manager or business owner. This short video outlines the right way to go about firing an underperforming employee. Honesty and compassion can go a long way.

Entrepreneur: 3 Keys to Managing Cashflow to Grow a Business

Tricia Clarkstone, the co-founder and CEO of creative/tech agency Narrative, shares a few tips on how to improve cashflow for a growing business, including diversifying revenue streams.

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