Business Video Roundup: Starting a Successful Business, Staying Motivated & Mastering Your Craft

Posted on 23.March.2018 by Mike Winters | @amcomcap

Branding Boot CampOn deck for this week’s business video roundup: Evan Carmichael and Stephen Kelly give sage advice on launching a successful business, Brian Tracy offers up tips on how to stay motivated during times of high stress, and Gary Vaynerchuk touts the importance of mastering your craft. Plus, Evan Carmichael lays out 10 reasons why people fail (and how you can avoid them) and Entrepreneur contributor Jessica Abo discusses branding strategy with Grayce & Co CEO Kathleen Griffith.

Evan Carmichael & Stephen Kelly: Tips for Starting a Successful Business

In this YouTube Hangout, Evan Carmichael and Sage CEO Stephen Kelly offer up a wide range of tips on starting and maintaining a successful business. There’s lots of great advice within these 30 minutes.

Brian Tracy: How to Stay Motivated When Stressed

“Listen to stress and use it as a friend to tell you what parts of your life are out of alignment with your true nature,” Brian Tracy advises in this six-minute video. He offers up a few tips for staying motivated and on track even when you feel ready to break.

Gary Vaynerchuk: “Master Your Craft!”

No matter what your company does or your specific line of business, becoming an expert in your field is crucial to long-term success. In this eight-minute video, Gary Vaynerchuk emphasizes the importance mastering your craft and offers some advice on doing just that. The best tools in the world aren’t worth much if you don’t know how to use them properly.

Branding Boot Camp: How to Develop Your Brand Strategy

In this quick four-minute video, Entrepreneur contributor Jessica Abo talks with Grayce & Co CEO Kathleen Griffith about developing an effective brand strategy. Good advice here.

Evan Carmichael: 10 Reasons Why People Fail

We see a lot of talk about success, but why do people fail and how can you avoid going down that path? This 15-minute video from Evan Carmichael has some surprising answers.

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