Business Video Roundup: Marketing Your Business, Startup Advice & Listening to Employees

Posted on 9.March.2018 by Mike Winters | @amcomcap

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This week’s roundup of motivating and advice-filled videos for entrepreneurs and small-business owners includes Brian Tracy giving tips on how to market a small business on a small budget, Undercover Tourist CEO Ian Ford on the importance of listening to the ideas of your employees, and Alex Wehrley sharing some helpful communities for female entrepreneurs. Finally, Marie Forleo has a half-hour conversation with the co-founders and CEOs of theSkimm, packed with plenty of enlightening startup advice and inspiring business war stories.

Brian Tracy: How to Market Your Business

“Many small-business owners are reluctant to spend much money on marketing because there are equally pressing needs for payroll, stock, rent, and other needed cash outlays,” Brian Tracy says. In this nine-minute video, he shares some tips on how to market your small business without depleting your budget.

Entrepreneur: Campaigns and Communities for Women in Business

In this quick two-minute video, Alex Wehrley shares several communities geared towards motivating and helping female entrepreneurs and women in business. If you’re a female entrepreneur, these communities can be great resources and sources of inspiration.

Marie Forleo: Killer Startup Advice from the Founders of theSkimm

This 33-minute conversation finds Marie Forleo talking to the co-founders and CEOs of theSkimm, an e-mail newsletter aimed at female millennials. No matter your age or gender, though, there’s some terrific business advice and motivating stories in this one.

CEO Ian Ford: My Greatest Challenge Is Me

“Employees want to belong to a place that cares about people,” says Ian Ford, the founder and CEO of Undercover Tourist. He believes one of the keys to long-term business success is taking a step back and listening to the ideas of those around him-an important leadership skill.

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