Business Video Roundup: Preparing Presentation Visuals, McDonald’s Brand Strategy & More

Posted on 2.August.2019 by Mike Winters | @amcomcap

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In this week’s roundup of helpful and motivating videos for business owners and entrepreneurs, Patrick Bet-David gives advice on making tough decisions, Brian Tracy tells how to prepare effective presentation visuals, and McDonald’s Global Brand VP shares branding lessons that you can apply to your own business. Plus, CNBC explores why Bed Bath & Beyond is barely treading water and the latest episode of Entrepreneur Elevator Pitch gives around round of business owners the chance at an influx of capital.

Patrick Bet-David: How to Make Tough Decisions

Patrick Bet-David shares some no-nonsense advice on how to make tough decisions.

Brian Tracy: How to Prepare Presentation Visuals

In this seven-minute video, Brian Tracy gives some solid pointers on how to avoid “Death by PowerPoint” and prepare an effective visual presentation where the focus in still firmly on you and your message, with the visuals serving to support and enhance.

An Emotional Free Sample: McDonald’s Brand Strategy

In this 23-minute video from Columbia Business School, Colin Mitchell, VP Director Global Brand of McDonald’s, offers up some strategic branding lessons that can be applied to your business.

CNBC: Why Bed Bath & Beyond Is Facing Extinction

This once highly successful home goods retailer has been on a gradual decline that coincides with the rise of online competitors like Amazon. What lessons can business owners take away from the rise and fall of Bed Bath & Beyond?

Entrepreneur Elevator Pitch: “That’s a Flop”

The latest episode of Entrepreneur Elevator Pitch offers up more insights and advice to struggling entrepreneurs seeking investment money for their businesses. Grab your favorite beverage, sit back, watch, and learn.

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