Business Video Roundup: Start a Business from Nothing, Focus on Mental Health & More
In this week’s roundup of great videos for entrepreneurs and business owners, Marie Forleo reveals how to overcome decision paralysis and start a business from nothing, Nubank CEO David Vélez shares his business wisdom at Stanford GSB, and Bonobos co-founder Andy Dunn talks about destigmatizing mental health in entrepreneurship and the workplace. Plus, Michael Dell and other business leaders dish out advice to new entrepreneurs, while Netflix co-founder Marc Randolph touches on scaling your business, staying motivated, and dealing with investors.
Marie Forleo: How to Start a Business from Nothing This Year
Have a business idea but don’t know how to make the leap from thinking to doing? Or maybe just second-guessing yourself into decision paralysis? Well, this special hour-long episode of MarieTV should help with that.
Stanford GSB: David Vélez, Founder and CEO of Nubank
The latest View from the Top conversation at Stanford Graduate School of Business is with David Vélez, founder and CEO of Nubank, the largest fintech bank in Latin America. Vélez delves into many fascinating topics over 53 minutes, including finding your footing in the marketplace: “You want to position yourself in the scarcity of the market, not in the oversupply.”
Fast Company: Half of All Entrepreneurs Struggle with This
Entrepreneurs are 50% more likely to have a diagnosed mental health condition, so it’s imperative that we destigmatize discussion about mental health in business, which is what Bonobos co-founder Andy Dunn aims to do. In this 10-minute video, he talks about his own struggles with bipolar disorder and how he hopes to help make the workplace a safe and inclusive environment for everyone.
Forbes: Michael Dell and Other Business Leaders Offer Advice for New Entrepreneurs
Fifteen minutes of question-and-answer with several business leaders, including Dell CEO Michael Dell, Bumble founder Whitney Wolfe Herd, and Harry’s co-founder Jeff Raider. Lots of great insights in this one.
Ask Marc Randolph Live Q&A – Scaling Your Business
The latest live Q&A with Netflix co-founder Marc Randolph (streamed live on May 5) includes discussion about scaling your business, staying motivated, dealing with anxiety, relationships with investors, and more.
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