Business Video Roundup: Time Management, Marketing Tips & the Advantages of Being #2
Ever feel like there’s not enough time to accomplish everything on your agenda? Join the club! But also check out Marie Forleo’s time-management strategy below that just might help you meet all your goals and then some. Also on deck: Gary Vaynerchuk dispenses lots of great advice on brand-building and marketing, Dollar Beard Club founder Chris Stoikos discusses his adventures in business, and Craveworthy’s Gregg Majewski explains why being number two in your market can be a massive advantage. Plus, PopCom CEO Dawn Dickson shows how devastating business setbacks can sometimes be a necessary catalyst for change.
GaryVee: How to Succeed in Marketing
“Budget isn’t the variable of success—being consumer-centric is,” Gary Vaynerchuk says in this 43-minute discussion with CMOs in Australia. He fields all kinds of marketing questions, offering his take on the Barbie campaign, the Twitter rebrand to X, the difference between “and” and “or” in marketing, and what marketers need to do with AI right now, just for starters.
Marie Forleo: Never Enough Time? Check Out This Genius Strategy
In this episode of MarieTV, Marie Forleo breaks down how to become a “time multimillionaire.” That’s right—you have all the time you need to accomplish your goals. You just don’t know it yet.
Forbes: Interview with the Dollar Beard Club Founder
Forbes’ Diane Brady interviews Dollar Beard Club founder Chris Stoikos, whose new venture Hardworking Gentlemen touts men’s grooming products that are non-toxic, sustainable, and made with high-quality, natural ingredients. Stoikos talks about his journey with both of his businesses, offering some excellent nuggets of wisdom and advice along the way.
Gregg Majewski of Craveworthy Brands on the Advantages of Being #2
“We offered something different,” says Gregg Majewski, referring to what made Jimmy John’s stand out in a tough market. “We delivered it and we were faster, so we became convenient to everyone. That allowed us to be the number two sandwich concept.” In this interview with Restaurant Influencers, Majewski talks about the advantages of being second in the marketplace, the key to long-term restaurant growth, and the importance of using your voice to get your message out there.
Inc.: What Dawn Dickson Did When Her Company Ran Out of Money
Major setbacks can be important catalysts for change, as illustrated by this anecdote by Dawn Dickson, CEO of PopCom. In this brief video, she explains what she did when her business ran out of funding due to an unfortunate situation with an investor.
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