Business Video Roundup: Tips for Achieving Success, Pitching, Marketing & More
In this week’s roundup of great videos for entrepreneurs and business owners, Gary Vaynerchuk and Michele Romanow are back with a new advice-packed episode of F*ck Yah Fridays, Brian Tracy reveals his number one way to achieve success, and Business Insider looks into how America’s oldest drum factory has stayed in business for over 160 years. Plus, Entrepreneur Elevator Pitch shows what will stop a pitch in its tracks, while Fast Company illustrates why Heinz’s Halloween campaign is bloody brilliant.
GaryVee: Advice for Business Owners & Entrepreneurs – F*ck Yah Fridays Ep. 2
Episode 2 of F*ck Yah Fridays, hosted by Gary Vaynerchuk and Michele Romanow (co-founder of Clearco), dispenses another 42 minutes of tips, tricks, and advice aimed at helping you build your business. Dig in.
Brian Tracy: The #1 Way to Achieve Success
“Achieving success is not always easy,” Brian Tracy says. “It can feel defeating if you’re not reaching the goals that you set for yourself in the time you thought you would.” In this eight-minute video, he offers some sage advice to help with that.
How America’s Oldest Drum Factory Stayed in Business for Over 160 Years
Noble & Cooley has been making its classic snare drums using the same process since 1854, each one starting from a single plank of wood. With over 160 years in business, they’re the oldest drum manufacturer in the United States. This episode of Business Insider’s Still Standing series looks into the keys to Noble & Cooley’s longevity and continued success.
Entrepreneur Elevator Pitch: Why Did Our Investors Throw Out 3 Entrepreneurs Mid-Pitch?
In this week’s episode of Entrepreneur Elevator Pitch, entrepreneurs from industries as diverse as food-waste, noise-canceling tech, children’s education, and solar panels all compete to win the investment boost they need to bring their business plans to fruition.
Fast Company: Why Heinz’s Halloween Campaign Is Frighteningly Good
In the latest installment of Brand Hit + Miss, Fast Company’s Jeff Beer has a quick look at why Heinz’s Halloween campaign—featuring Tomato Blood Costume Kits!—is such a clever and brilliantly effective bit of marketing.
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