Weekly Roundup: 5 Must-See YouTube Videos for Entrepreneurs (Dec. 18, 2015)
With the holidays fast approaching, it’s important to remember that life shouldn’t be all work, work, work. So this week, Marie Forleo gives advice on battling workaholism and Jen Hacker offers five tips for having a stress-free holiday season. Plus, Gary Vaynerchuck talks about how to handle business growth, Google Small Business asks small-business owners for their best tips for newbies, and Evan Carmichael presents John Hope Bryant’s Top 10 Rules for Success. Enjoy the advice and inspiration—and happy holidays!
Addicted to Work? Here’s How to Not Miss Your Life
Let’s face it: entrepreneurs and business owners tend to be a workaholic bunch. And while that can be a good thing for building a successful business, working nonstop can take a toll on your relationships, your family, and your health. After all, what is life if it’s all work? In this 10-minute video, Marie Forleo offers four steps to help you temper your addiction to work.
5 Hacks for Entrepreneurs to Have a Stress-Free Holiday
In this six-minute video from Entrepreneur, Jen Hacker shares five ways you can keep your business chugging along during the holidays without overworking yourself. With Christmas and New Year’s right around the corner, this is a great time to implement these helpful tips!
John Hope Bryant’s Top 10 Rules for Success
John Hope Bryant is a successful financial-literacy entrepreneur and the founder and CEO of the nonprofit organization HOPE. Evan Carmichael presents Bryant’s inspirational 10 rules for success—including “Give,” “Empower people,” and “Don’t take yourself too seriously.”
Tips for Small Business Owners
Google Small Business hit the streets of downtown Willow Glen, San Jose to ask small business owners for their best advice to new business owners. At just over two minutes, the video is short and sweet, offering a few helpful nuggets of advice and wisdom from fellow entreprenurs.
Two Major Ways to Handle Growth in Your Company
In this eight-minute video, Gary Vaynerchuk discusses how to handle business growth—from maintaining company culture to not cashing in too quickly. Vaynerchuk knows what he’s talking about, since he grew his $40,000-per-year business into a $30-million empire by handling growth the smart way.
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