Business Video Roundup: Managing a Global Team, Summer Reading for Entrepreneurs & More
In this week’s roundup of great videos for entrepreneurs and business owners, Sunny Lenarduzzi discusses the finer points of managing a global team, Craigslist founder Craig Newmark talks about early mistakes he wishes he had avoided, and Patrick-Bet David recommends five books that every entrepreneur should read this summer. Plus, Google CFO Ruth Porat gives an excellent hour-long discussion at Stanford Graduate School of Business and Gary Vaynerchuk has a lively conversation with trending “momtrepreneurs” Cat and Nat about business, life, and finding success. Have a great Memorial Day weekend, everyone!
Sunny Lenarduzzi: Managing a Global Team
This 16-minute video might be a thinly veiled advertisement for PayPal Invoicing, but there’s also some great advice about building a team and company culture on a global scale. Sunny Lenarduzzi dishes on everything from hiring to maintaining your team.
Stanford GSB: Ruth Porat, CFO at Alphabet and Google
Ruth Porat, CFO at Alphabet and Google, takes the spotlight in an engaging and insightful talk at Stanford Graduate School of Business. She discusses a variety of business and tech topics, including the importance of investing in tech for the long term.
Patrick Bet-David: Five Books to Read This Summer as an Entrepreneur
Patrick Bet-David recommends five books that every entrepreneur should read this summer, including High Output Management by Andy Grove, Trillion Dollar Coach by Eric Schmidt, and The CEO Next Door by Elena Botello.
Inc.: The Huge Mistake the Craigslist Founder Made That Cost Him
In this quick two-minute video, Craigslist founder Craig Newmark talks about the advice he should have taken early on (but didn’t) and how he would have benefitted from a mentor when starting and building his company.
#AskGaryVee: Episode 312 with Cat & Nat!
Gary Vaynerchuk chats with Cat and Nat, bestselling authors and creators of a hugely successful digital community for moms. Over the course 66 high-energy minutes, they cover a lot of business topics and dispense a lot of great advice for entrepreneurs.
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