Business Video Roundup: Tips & Advice from the Founders of Netflix, Robinhood & More

Posted on 11.February.2022 by Mike Winters | @amcomcap

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In this week’s roundup of great videos for entrepreneurs and business owners, Gary Vaynerchuk talks to bestselling author James Andrew Miller about storytelling and work ethic, Brian Tracy reveals things he learned from giving his worst speeches, and Robinhood co-founder Vlad Tenev has some great advice about raising capital and more. Plus, Entrepreneur presents a business-focused Q&A with Netflix co-founder Marc Randolph, while Inc. delivers a timely reminder about small-biz cyber-security.

GaryVee: Tinderbox, Storytelling & Managing Expectations with James Andrew Miller

Gary Vaynerchuk talks with James Andrew Miller, bestselling author of Tinderbox: HBO’s Ruthless Pursuit of New Frontiers, about the importance of storytelling, managing expectations, and work ethic.

Brian Tracy: Tips from My Worst Speeches

In this 10-minute video, Brian Tracy offers up some tips gleaned from giving his worst speeches, including business pitches. You can learn a lot about what’s right from what Tracy got wrong.

Forbes: Robinhood Founder’s Business Advice for Entrepreneurs

Just a few quick tips from Robinhood CEO and co-founder Vlad Tenev, including how to raise capital, secure your first check from investors, and preserve enough capital for you and your team.

Entrepreneur: Live Q&A with Marc Randolph (Co-Founder of Netflix)

In this half-hour Q&A with Marc Randolph that streamed live earlier this week, the Netflix co-founder answers questions about launching a retail concept with no money, finding investors (when you have no special connections), overcoming fear of failure, staying ahead of trends, and conquering multiple business ventures without burning out.

Inc.: Why Small Businesses Are Easy Targets for Hackers

Just a quick reminder that your small business is particularly vulnerable to cyber-security attacks. Stay safe out there!

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