Business Video Roundup: Motivating Employees, Increasing Productivity & More

Posted on 6.October.2017 by Mike Winters | @amcomcap

Marie Forleo – Creative Ways to Motivate EmployeesIn this week’s roundup of great videos for entrepreneurs and small-business owners, Marie Forleo serves up five creative ways to motivate employees without spending any extra money, Brian Tracy and Columbia Business School dish out helpful productivity knowledge, and Neil Patel lays out a few things that every local business should be doing to increase their visibility in Google’s search results. Plus, Patrick Bet-David explores seven qualities of a superboss entrepreneur. Do you fit the profile?

Marie Forleo: 5 Creative Ways to Motivate Employees — Without Money

In this eight-minute video, Marie Forleo suggests that often the best employee motivation doesn’t come from pay raises or bonuses. She shares five creative ways that you can motivate your employees without spending any extra money.

Brian Tracy: 7 Little Habits That Kill Your Productivity

Ditch these seven bad habits noted by Brian Tracy and watch your productivity improve dramatically. As a business owner, this video can also be helpful in curbing productivity-killers in your employees.

Columbia Business School: How Busyness Affects Your Productivity

In this 20-minute presentation, professor Keith Wilcox shares some eye-opening productivity research at a Columbia Business School Worldwide Alumni Club event. Being “busy” all the time might actually be hurting your productivity, not helping.

Entrepreneur: 4 Easy Steps to Marketing Your Local Business Online

SEO guru Neil Patel shares four easy things you can do right now to get your local business greater visibility in Google’s search results. These are basic things that every local business should be doing, not advanced, complicated SEO techniques.

Patrick Bet-David: 7 Qualities of a Superboss Entrepreneur

Do you have what it takes to be a superboss entrepreneur? Are you already? Find out in this 22-minute video from Patrick Bet-David.

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