Business Video Roundup: Why CEOs Get Fired, Doing Business with Humanity & More
In our latest roundup of great videos for entrepreneurs and business owners (large or small), Patrick Bet-David explores eight common reasons CEOs get fired, Gary Vaynerchuk talks about doing business like a human (as opposed to like a robot), and Simon Sinek chats with Marie Forleo about a specific line of thinking that leads a business to make innovative choices that pay off. Plus, the founder and CEO of MercadoLibre (the eBay of Latin America) talks about taking risks and being resilient, while the co-founder of Untuckit explains how an unconventional marketing plan saved his company.
Patrick Bet-David: 8 Reasons CEOs Get Fired
In this 18-minute video, Patrick Bet-David does the research and delves into the eight primary reasons CEOs get fired and how you can avoid the same thing from happening to you.
GaryVee: Are You Doing Business Like a Robot?
This half-hour clip shows Gary Vaynerchuk speaking on Phil Treadwell’s Mortgage Marketing Expert Podcast about the importance of operating your business like a person, building genuine relationships rather than just hitting all your marks like a robot. Vaynerchuk and Treadwell also discuss branding advice for older generations, the importance of listening, and ROI vs. ROE.
Marie Forleo: Want to Innovate Like Apple? Play The Infinite Game with Simon Sinek
Simon Sinek talks with Marie Forleo about his new book, The Infinite Game, in which he calls out leaders and businesses obsessing over goals and metrics rather than advancing a higher purpose. The latter, he says, leads a business to make more innovative choices that pay off in the long run.
Stanford GSB: Marcos Galperin, Founder and CEO of MercadoLibre
In this 38-minute View from the Top talk at Stanford Graduate School of Business, Marcos Galperin, founder and CEO of MercadoLibre, talks about taking risks and being resilient. He was told repeatedly that his idea for MercadoLibre would never work, but today the company is worth more than $27 billion. His advice to budding entrepreneurs? “Try to take risks. If you have a view of something that is a contrarian view but makes sense to you, pursue it, but you need to be resilient and long-term focused.”
Inc.: How Untuckit’s Co-Founder Saved His Company with an Unconventional Marketing Plan
Untuckit CEO and co-founder Aaron Sanandres reveals how an unconventional marketing plan saved his company.
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