Business Video Roundup: Solutions to COVID-19 Problems, Health & Productivity

Posted on 3.April.2020 by Mike Winters | @amcomcap

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In this week’s business video roundup, Gary Vaynerchuk offers advice to small business owners and entrepreneurs struggling to stay afloat, Brendon Burchard shares some tips on how to optimize your health and productivity, and Forbes explores the devastating impact the coronavirus pandemic is having on the Waffle House chain—and most of our nation’s restaurants. Plus, Brian Tracy drops five productivity tips for working from home (the new normal for many, at least for the time being) and Mel Robbins, Gerard Adams, and other entrepreneurs and business owners share their advice for navigating this difficult time and staying strong.

GaryVee: 5 Practical Solutions to Problems Caused by COVID-19

In this 45-minute livestream, Gary Vaynerchuk gives lots of practical, strategic, and motivational advice to small business owners and entrepreneurs struggling through these difficult times.

Brendon Burchard: Optimize Your Health and Productivity

“Releasing that which you should not be carrying is profoundly powerful for your mental health,” Brendon Burchard says. His advice in this video is more important than ever.

Forbes: Waffle House’s Struggles Highlight How Coronavirus Is Killing Restaurants

With 40,000 workers currently furloughed, 20% of locations closed, and sales down more than 70%, the family-owned Waffle House chain has been having a rough couple of weeks. Waffle House has survived other calamities, but nothing has hit them as hard as the coronavirus pandemic. And, sadly, most restaurants all over the U.S. are in the same boat.

Brian Tracy: 5 Productivity Tips for Working from Home

If you’re new to working from home, whether for your own business or your day job, this quick four-minute video has some good tips on staying productive in your new work environment.

Evan Carmichael: Fighting Coronavirus & How to Stay Strong

Evan Carmichael presents five pieces of advice from five different entrepreneurs and business owners (including Mel Robbins, Gerard Adams, and will.i.am) on how to deal with the current situation and stay strong.

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