Business Video Roundup: Why Cash Is Like Oxygen, To-Do Lists vs. Action Lists & More
In this week’s business video roundup, Gary Vaynerchuk and Fortune Media CEO Alan Murray discuss why cash is like oxygen in business, Tacos & Tattoos co-owner Jonathan Cruz talks about how his background in the military helps him operate his business, and Evan Carmichael reveals how lowering your expectations can actually help increase your motivation and what you accomplish. Plus, Fast Company’s Brand Hit or Miss of the Week dives into Elon Musk’s takeover of Twitter, while the latest episode of Entrepreneur Elevator Pitch features interesting new products in contraception, caffeine, slippers, and hot sauce.
GaryVee: Why Cash Is Like Oxygen in Business
Gary Vaynerchuk interviews Fortune Media CEO Alan Murray, who has a new book out called Tomorrow’s Capitalist: My Search for the Soul of Business. They talk about his journey as a lifelong journalist and entrepreneur, how to improve yourself, build an empire while staying emotionally grounded, and why “cash is like oxygen” in business. Great talk, do it up.
How Lessons Learned in the Military Helped Bring This Veteran’s Business to Life
In this quick five-minute video, Jonathan Cruz, co-owner of Tacos & Tattoos Food + Culture, explains how his time in the Marines affected how he operates his business. “The discipline, the teamwork, the honor, the courage—everything,” he says, was instrumental in how he conducts business and lives his life. “It’s a family, a brotherhood, and it really inspired me to become a better boss for my employees and a better leader for my family.”
Fast Company: Elon Musk’s Twitter Takeover Has Brands Pressing ‘Pause’
Fast Company’s Brand Hit or Miss of the Week tackles Elon Musk’s Twitter takeover.
Entrepreneur Elevator Pitch: The Difference Between Getting $100k and $0
The latest episode of Entrepreneur Elevator Pitch features cutting-edge contraceptive tech, caffeine spray, super comfy slippers, tasty hot sauce, and a grill-cleaning solution.
Evan Carmichael: Turn Your To-Do Lists Into ACTION LISTS and Accomplish Anything in 2023!
Give this 70-minute video a watch and hit the ground running in 2023. One of the keys to accomplishing more and staying motivated, Evan Carmichael argues, is lowering your expectations. If your expectations are too high and you don’t hit a home run on your to-do list, your self-confidence and motivation take a hit. Many more great tidbits here.
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