Business Video Roundup: Success Advice, How to Increase Profits & Sales & More

Posted on 17.January.2020 by Mike Winters | @amcomcap

Brian Tracy – 10 Tips to Make Sales and Increase Profits In this week’s roundup of great videos for entrepreneurs and business owners, Brian Tracy shares 10 tips for increasing your profits and sales, Flower Flash NYC founder Lewis Miller details his journey as an entrepreneur, and CNBC explores the rise and fall of one of the most successful clothing brands of the 2000s—American Apparel. Plus, Evan Carmichael has put together the top 10 rules for success from the 2020 presidential candidates. Whether agree with their politics or not, there’s some terrific advice.

Brian Tracy: 10 Tips to Increase Profits and Sales for Your Business

“A general rule in business to remember is that you can only improve the variables that ultimately determine your level of profitability,” Brian Tracy says. In this seven-minute video, he offers up 10 tips for improving those variables that will affect your bottom line.

Forbes: Here’s How the Florist Behind New York’s Flower Flash Built His Business

Flower Flash’s Lewis Miller tells his journey as an entrepreneur, from humble beginnings to great success.

CNBC: The Rise and Fall of American Apparel

This 15-minute video from CNBC explores the rise and fall of one of the most popular and successful apparel brands of the 2000s—American Apparel. Ever since former CEO Dov Charney was terminated from the company in 2014, the brand has struggled to regain relevance. Is the new turnaround plan going to be enough to regain their prominence in the marketplace?

Evan Carmichael: Top 10 Rules for Success from the 2020 Presidential Candidates

Evan Carmichael presents the top 10 rules of success from our current presidential candidates. Whether you’re a Democrat or Republication, and even if you don’t agree with them on all (or any) of the issues, there’s some great advice here.

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