Business Video Roundup: How to Start an LLC, Overcome Fear & Kick Your Business Up a Notch
In this week’s roundup of great videos for entrepreneurs and business owners, LegalZoom shows you how to start an LLC in Texas (along with some quick tips!), Gary Vaynerchuk drops some great advice on overcoming fear and letting employees help you take your hands off the wheel, and celebrity chef/restaurateur Emeril Lagasse reveals how prioritizing people allowed him to grow his business empire. Plus, another round of business owners seeking cash infusions duke it out on Entrepreneur Elevator Pitch, while CNBC explores why U.S. consumers have stopped buying Kellogg’s breakfast cereal. Can the big K can stage a comeback?
LegalZoom: (Small) Business Casual: How to Start an LLC in Texas
A quick rundown on how to start an LLC in Texas, along with a few choice tips.
GaryVee: How to Overcome Fear as an Entrepreneur and Business Owner
If you’ve ever been in the position where you’re just exhausted from toiling away at your business day in, day out, and you’re making profits, but you’re mentally frazzled because you rarely have any downtime, watch this video. Gary Vaynerchuk has some great advice for business owners who are hesitant to hire more employees to help carry the load.
Restaurant Influencers: Bam! Emeril Lagasse on Kicking Your Business Up a Notch
A delightful half-hour interview with Emeril Lagasse, celebrity chef and restaurateur known for his “New New Orleans” style. He talks about how putting people first helped drive the growth of his business empire, and he has some excellent tips for starting a restaurant. “When I landed in ’82 at Commander’s Palace to work for the Brennan family is when I truly understood what hospitality in the restaurant business really is,” he says. “It was more than just being a chef—it was giving people an experience.”
Entrepreneur Elevator Pitch: Are You as Passionate as You Say You Are?
On this episode of Entrepreneur Elevator Pitch: Stylette children’s clothing rental service, Tyger Mat premium suspension exercise mat, Breathwrk mental fitness app, X Collar sports accessory, and HigherDose wellness tools. Guess who nails their pitch?
CNBC: Why Did Americans Stop Eating Kellogg’s Cereal?
In this 15-minute video, CNBC looks into the fall of Kellogg’s breakfast cereal, which has suffered from declining sales as consumers have become more health conscious. Is it a lesson in the importance of being willing to change with the times?
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