Business Video Roundup: How to Make a Million-Dollar Deal, Small-Business Surprises & More

Posted on 12.July.2019 by Mike Winters | @amcomcap

#AskGaryVee - Michael ChernowIn this week’s roundup of great videos for entrepreneurs and business owners, Gary Vaynerchuk chats with Manhattan-based restauranteur Michael Chernow about life, motivation, and thriving in business; Entrepreneur‘s Elevator Pitch sets its sights on businesses in the cannabis industry; and CNBC explores the impact that Amazon is having on the business of shipping boxes. Plus, Evan Carmichael presents Simon Sinek’s top 10 rules of success and The Small Business Revolution asks entrepreneurs from around the country about the surprises that come with being a local small-business owner.

The #AskGaryVee Show: Michael Chernow

In the latest episode of #AskGaryVee, Gary Vaynerchuk talks with Manhattan-based restaurant entrepreneur Michael Chernow, founder of Seamore’s and co-founder of Meatballers and WellWell. Over the course of an hour, they cover a wide range of life and business topics, offering up inspiring motivation as well as hard-won insights and rock-solid advice.

Entrepreneur’s Elevator Pitch: How to Make a Million-Dollar Deal

The latest half-hour episode of Elevator Pitch focuses on cannabis-centric businesses.

CNBC: The Business of Amazon Shipping Boxes

As Amazon makes the transition to plastic and paper mailers, is the box market in for a vicious downturn in the near future? This 16-minute video from CNBC explores the business of shipping boxes.

Simon Sinek: 10 Things You Need to Know if You Want Success in the 21st Century

Evan Carmichael presents this 20-minute video featuring Simon Sinek’s top 10 rules of success.

The Small Business Revolution: Surprises About Starting a Business

In this brief one-and-a-half-minute video, small business owners and entrepreneurs from around the country share a few of things that have taken them by surprise, in both good and bad ways, since starting a small local business.

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