Business Video Roundup: How to Stick to What You Start, Be a Resilient Leader & More
In this week’s roundup of great videos for entrepreneurs and business owners, MoringaConnect co-founder and CEO Kwami Williams reflects on leading his business through a range of setbacks and coming out the other side stronger than ever, Boxed CEO Chieh Huang reveals his secret to taking on retail giants like Amazon and Walmart, and Siete Family Foods co-founder Miguel Garza ruminates on why he believes authenticity is the key to success. Plus, Forbes offers a peek into how the San Francisco-based Workramp platform is helping companies make employee training fun, while Marie Forleo has some science-based tips on how to stick to what you start—whether it be healthy habits, important routines, or goals that you set for yourself or your business.
Rising from the Ashes: Reflections on Resilient Leadership
Stanford Graduate School of Business professor Brian Lowery talks to Kwami Williams, co-founder and CEO of MoringaConnect, about Williams’ business overcame floods, fires, theft, and even COVID-related catastrophes to become a stronger and more successful company. “The leader is not the person with the answers,” Williams says. “The leader is the person who brings people together to help figure out what the best answers are around a range of issues.”
Boxed CEO Chieh Huang on Reshaping Retail and What It Takes to Beat Amazon
In this 33-minute interview, Boxed CEO Chieh Huang talks about how he built “the Costco for millennials” into the success it is today. He discusses what it takes to win against retail giants like Amazon and Walmart, why company culture is crucial, and how he deals with the curveballs that entrepreneurship throws at him.
This Mexican-American Founder Believes Authenticity Is the Key to Success
Some words of wisdom from Siete Family Foods co-founder Miguel Garza.
Forbes: How a Startup Made Employee Training Entertaining
Brief but interesting look into how the San Francisco-based Workramp platform is helping companies develop employee training systems that are a lot of fun but also highly effective.
Marie Forleo: “Why Do I Keep Quitting on Myself?” 3 Steps to Stick to What You Start
Marie Forleo offers some science-backed advice that will help you stick to healthy habits, keep up those important routines, and fulfill the goals you set for yourself.
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