Business Video Roundup: Sales, Gratitude & Conscious Capitalism

Posted on 3.March.2017 by Mike Winters | @amcomcap

3 Qualities of Successful Salespeople This week’s roundup of great videos for entrepreneurs and small-business owners includes Gary Vaynerchuk and Tony Robbins discussing a range of topics, Marie Forleo suggesting that you should probably stop comparing yourself to others, and Brian Tracy outlining what exactly makes a successful salesperson. We also have Ben & Jerry’s CEO Jostein Solheim discussing “conscious capitalism” and mega-successful restaurateur Cameron Mitchell sharing some excellent advice for all entrepreneurs.

#AskGaryVee: Tony Robbins, Unshakeable, Gratitude & Focusing on Your Steak

In this 39-minute episode of #AskGaryVee, the legendary self-help guru Tony Robbins stops by to help Gary Vaynerchuk answer some viewer questions about entrepreneurship, gratitude, and paying back your inspirations. Positive messages all around.

Marie Forleo: How to Stop Comparison from Destroying Your Business and Happiness

Do you constantly compare yourself to someone else? Marie Forleo says stop it, and offers a few tips on how to prevent this bad habit from stealing your joy and profits. Plus, she shares a few tweaks you can make to your website to attract more customers.

Brian Tracy: 3 Qualities of Successful Salespeople

Brian Tracy says: “Never consider the possibility of failure. As long as you persist, you will eventually be successful.” These are words to live by if you want to be a successful salesperson. In this seven-minute video, he lays out what separates the good salespeople from the best.

Ben & Jerry’s CEO Jostein Solheim on “Conscious Capitalism”

In this hour-long discussion from Stanford Graduate School of Business, Ben & Jerry’s CEO Jostein Solheim talks about empathy, passion, and values in business. Choice quote: “What inspires me is what social impact can we create with this business.”

Restaurateur Cameron Mitchell: Best Advice for Entrepreneurs

Successful restaurateur Cameron Mitchell dishes out his best advice for entrepreneurs and business owners in under five minutes.

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