Business Video Roundup: Turn Failure Into Success, Social Change Through Business & More
In this week’s business video roundup, Brian Tracy reveals how to turn failure into success, Airbnb co-founder Joe Gebbia discusses activating social change through business, and Google CEO Sundar Pichai sits down for a terrific View from the Top talk at Stanford GSB. Plus, Toast CEO Chris Comparato gets into the importance of embracing new technology in the restaurant business, while Everlane founder Michael Preysman drops the two keys to the long-term health and success of direct-to-consumer companies.
Brian Tracy: How to Turn Failure Into Success
In this seven-minute video, Brian Tracy offers up a few tips on turning failure into success. “One of the most common characteristics of successful people is that they focus on their health,” he says.
Forbes: Airbnb Co-Founder Joe Gebbia on Social Change Through Business
Moira Forbes interviews Airbnb cofounder Joe Gebbia, who has some sage advice for business leaders and entrepreneurs on activating social change through business.
Stanford GSB: Sundar Pichai, CEO of Google and Alphabet
The latest View from the Top conversation at Stanford Graduate School of Business welcomes Sundar Pichai, CEO of Google and Alphabet. He talks about a range of issues surrounding business and technology, including how to foster a company culture of freedom and ideas. “You have to encourage innovation,” Pichai says. “Companies become more conservative in decision-making as you grow. Be okay with failure and reward effect, not outcomes.”
Restaurant Influencers: Toast CEO Chris Comparato on Why Restaurants Need a Tech Partner
Restaurant Influencers talks with Chris Comparato, CEO of Toast, which is “a restaurant-specific end-to-end platform that helps the restaurant community grow their revenue, streamline operations, and drive amazing guest experiences.” Comparato discusses the importance of embracing new technology in the hospitality business, the customer-first mindset, and helping restaurants succeed.
Inc.: Everlane’s Founder Says These Are the Two Keys to a DTC Company’s Success
Everlane CEO Michael Preysman reveals the two keys to a direct-to-consumer company’s success.
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