Business Video Roundup: Redefining Success, New Uses for AI & the Future of Remote Work
In this week’s roundup of great videos for entrepreneurs and business owners, Gary Vaynerchuk and Daymond John talk about the importance of redefining success (for yourself and your business), Harvard Business Review’s Adi Ignatius leads a fascinating discussion on how to lead and reskill in the age of AI, and Forbes looks into the future of working from home—and what both business owners and workers need to know. Plus, Fast Company’s Brand Hit or Miss of the Week evaluates McDonald’s new Famous Orders campaign, while Restaurant Influencers presents a terrific conversation with Elizabeth Chambers of BIRD Bakery in which she touches on social-media strategy, balancing business and family, and expanding in business with authenticity.
GaryVee: Redefining Success with Daymond John
Gary Vaynerchuk talks with Shark Tank’s Daymond John about a wide range of business topics, including the forgotten importance of saving money, how to embrace joy and purpose, and the impact of technology on entrepreneurship. Perhaps most importantly, they discuss how redefining success can be a crucial step in your journey towards reaching your personal and business goals.
Harvard Business Review: How to Lead and Reskill in the Age of AI
Harvard Business Review editor-in-chief Adi Ignatius leads this 35-minute discussion on how to lead and reskill your teams to take advantage of artificial intelligence. The goal is not to replace workers with AI but to augment managerial decision-making processes, use AI to help carry out certain tasks faster and more efficiently (with human supervision), and so forth. It’s an enlightening discussion, highly recommended for those who don’t know where AI fits in their business.
Fast Company: McDonald’s Just Launched Its Latest Famous Orders Meal
Fast Company’s Brand Hit or Miss of the Week looks at McDonald’s current Famous Orders campaign, which combines the franchise’s pop-cultural self-awareness with something a little new.
Forbes: The Future of Work from Home: What CEOs & Workers Need to Know
Is allowing employees to work from home good or bad for business? Business owners are largely still conflicted about that, but the CEOs of major companies like BlackRock, Disney, and JPMorgan Chase have publicly revealed their distaste for it. This 10-minute video from Forbes looks into how working from home affects productivity, company culture, and more.
Elizabeth Chambers of BIRD Bakery on How to Expand in Business
On the latest episode of Restaurant Influencers, Shawn Walchef speaks with Elizabeth Chambers of BIRD Bakery, which aims to bring back genuine home-baked goods in an industry overwhelmed with mass-produced treats. Chambers has some great advice for up-and-coming restauranters, including to always be on the lookout for opportunities. “I believe everything happens for a reason,” she says. “Every single person who walks in that door is meant to walk into your life. Are you going to receive that or ignore it?”
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