Business Video Roundup: What the Tax Cut & Jobs Act Means for Small Business & More

Posted on 10.November.2017 by Mike Winters | @amcomcap

Jamie Dimon – JPMorgan ChaseIn this week’s roundup, Brian Tracy discusses how to overcome fear of success, Evan Carmichael and Stephen Kelly talk about strategic business alliances, and the CEO of JPMorgan Chase sits down for a 60-minute talk covering an array of business topics. Plus, Stanford GSB lecturer Amy Wilkinson digs deep and finds six skills common to most successful entrepreneurs. Finally, Mark Kohler breaks down the new Tax Cuts and Jobs Act and explains what it means for small-business owners.

Brian Tracy: Are You Afraid of Success?

“Whatever you can do, or dream you can, begin it,” Brian Tracy says in this seven-minute motivational video about the fear of success. He offers some great tips for overcoming it — a fear that you may not even realize you have.

Evan Carmichael: Marketing Tips – Grow Your Business Through Strategic Alliances

In this energetic 50-minute Google Hangout session, Evan Carmichael and Sage’s Stephen Kelly engage in lively conversation about how to increase business via strategic alliances.

Stanford GSB: View from the Top Talk – Jamie Dimon of JPMorgan Chase

An hour-long discussion with Jamie Dimon, president and CEO of JPMorgan Chase, covering a variety of business topics, including how to ensure a fair and equal workplace. He says, “When you have an environment of trust and respect, people can shine. Go out of your way to make everyone accepted and you’ll build a great company.”

Stanford GSB: What Successful Entrepreneurs Know

Stanford Graduate School of Business lecturer Amy Wilkinson discusses six skills of extraordinary entrepreneurs that she uncovered based on years of research and over 200 interviews with successful entrepreneurs. Do you have these skills?

Grading the Tax Cut and Jobs Act: What It Means for Small-Business Owners

CPA and attorney Mark Kohler breaks down the new bill and tells small-business owners what we need to know.

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