Business Video Roundup: Jeff Bezos’s 3 Rules for Efficient Meetings, Dealing with Failure & More
In this week’s business video roundup, Entrepreneur’s Elevator Pitch showcases some of the series’ best pitches yet, business maven Dan Lok gives his hard-won advice for dealing with both failure and success, and we get a nice overview of Jeff Bezos’s three rules for efficient business meetings, which has proven to be game-changing at Amazon. Plus, KHOU-11 talks about a new study that reveals what we’ve known for some time: Texas is the best state to start a new business.
Entrepreneur Elevator Pitch: “Open the Doors, Let’s Talk”
This 23-minute episode of Entrepreneur’s Elevator Pitch features some excellent pitches from up-and-coming entrepreneurs that might help you refine your game when pitching to potential investors. Be sure to take notes.
Dan Lok: How to Build Great Habits, Deal with Failure & Stop Making Excuses
Dan Lok, the Chinese-Canadian business maverick behind Closers.com, started and failed at 13 businesses before he found success. This 17-minute video is filled with his insights and advice, wisdom gained in the trenches.
Jeff Bezos: 3 Rules to Having an Efficient Meeting
While they might not be ideal for every business, Jeff Bezos’s three rules for business meetings has proven to be highly effective for Amazon. It’s not a bad place to start if you’re looking to establish some meeting guidelines for your own company.
KHOU-11: Texas Is the Best State to Start a Business
A new study reveals what we already knew: Texas is the No. 1 state in the U.S. to start a business.
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