Business Video Roundup: Trusting Business Partners, Designing Your Workplace & More
This week’s business video roundup touches on a variety of topics, including the fundamentals of trusting your business partners, advice on rejuvenating a stagnant company, and designing a workplace that is good for both people and business. There’s even a solid primer on understanding profit-and-loss statements that won’t bore you to death. Plus, the CEO of a company that only hires adults with disabilities discusses his company’s vision and the unique challenges faced.
#AskGaryVee: Shonduras on Trusting Business Partners, Flipping Products & Scaling Your Brand
On the latest episode of #AskGaryVee, entrepreneurs Shaun “Shonduras” McBride and Sean Holladay join Gary Vaynerchuk to answer questions from a live audience. Among them: How do you scale a personal brand? What was your biggest struggle in building a brand? And what are the challenges of making the transition from family business to personal brand?
Brian Tracy: Practical Tips to 10x Your Company
If you feel your business is stagnating and in need of a little reinvigoration, this six-minute video from Brian Tracy may give you some ideas to help give your business the push it needs to continue evolving.
Erica Keswin: Design Your Workplace
In this 28-minute conversation, Evan Carmichael welcomes Erica Keswin, an expert on organizational culture and author of the new book Bring Your Human to Work: 10 Surefire Ways to Design a Workplace That Is Good for People, Great for Business, and Just Might Change the World. If you’re in the design or re-design phase of your business, this one has some excellent advice.
Phil Town: Profit and Loss Statements
This video is intended as a primer on profit and loss statements for investors seeking to evaluate a company they are interested in, but it can also be a useful primer for business owners seeking to gain more insights into the performance of their business.
CEO David Friedman on Creating a Company That Only Hires Adults with Disabilities
Dave Friedman is the founder and CEO of AutonomyWorks, a marketing company that aims to give adults with autism and other disabilities the chance to reach their professional potential. As the CEO of a company that exclusively hires people with disabilities, Friedman talks about his company’s outlook and the unique challenges that come with staying true to that vision.
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