Business Video Roundup: How to Motivate Your Team, Market Your Business in 2020 & More
In our latest business video roundup, Gary Vaynerchuk delivers a rousing 60-minute keynote that covers a variety of business topics (including developing a marketing edge against the competition in 2020), Brian Tracy discusses six ways to motivate your team to do their best work, and Goldman Sachs CEO David Solomon sits down for an illuminating View from the Top talk at Stanford Graduate School of Business. Plus, Shutterstock founder Jon Oringer talks about how he turned a personal need into a successful business and Microsoft CEOs past and present (Bill Gates and Satya Nadella) recommend six business books for 2020.
GaryVee: Top 2020 Marketing Strategies That Will Put You On the Map
Gary Vaynerchuk delivers another high-energy keynote that covers many business and marketing topics—this one from November 2019 in Brazil. It’s 77 minutes of unfiltered Vaynerchuk.
Brian Tracy: 6 Ways to Motivate Your Team
Motivating others to do their best work is a learnable skill. In this nine-minute video, Brian Tracy offers up six tips to help you get your team fired up and ready to go.
Stanford GSB: David Solomon, CEO, Goldman Sachs
In this hour-long View from the Top talk at Stanford Graduate School of Business, David Solomon, CEO of Goldman Sachs, reflects on his life and career, offering plenty of food for thought and rock-solid advice for entrepreneurs and business owners. “It’s a long journey,” he says. “The fulfillment and the success come from the journey, not from thinking that you have it all figured out.”
Forbes: Shutterstock’s Jon Oringer Turned a Personal Need Into a Booming Business
If you have a personal need that’s not being met by the open market, chances are others have that unmet need too. That’s how Jon Oringer, founder of Shutterstock, stumbled into the stock photography business.
Inc.: 6 Business Books You Need to Read This Year, According to Bill Gates & Satya Nadella
Looking for more business books to add to your bookshelf? Here are six new picks from the co-founder of Microsoft, Bill Gates, and the current CEO of Microsoft, Satya Nadella.
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