Don’t have time to attend conferences or lectures where the best and brightest are speaking? No worries. You can listen to videos that will help you improve your business or challenge your thinking about what is best for your company.
Here are the top 10 videos every businessperson should watch.
1. Building a Formidable Brand
Tony Hsieh, CEO of the online shoe and clothing shop Zappos, explains how Zappos grew to a billion-dollar brand by concentrating on exceptional customer service.
2. The Top 10 Mistakes of Entrepreneurs
Guy Kawasaki, an Americanexpert specializing in the technology industry, covers all stages of a startup from inception to and the biggest mistakes he’s seen as an executive, entrepreneur and consultant.
3. How I Became The Real ‘Iron Man’
South African emigrant Elon Musk, founded Tesla Motors, SpaceX and PayPal. Here he and others talk about his journey from child computer prodigy to the Henry Ford of space.
4. Bring Your Spirituality to Work
Reverend Scotty McLennan discusses the practical benefits of integrating your spiritual and religious beliefs into your work life.
5. Transforming Healthcare by Embracing Failure
Elizabeth Holmes, CEO of Theranos, talks about the things that gave her the tools and mindset to establish herself as a successful entrepreneur. In the act of disrupting the health industry, Holmes has earned 18 U.S. patents, 66 non-U.S. patents and is listed as a co-inventor on more than 100 patent applications.
6. Only Morons Start a Business on a Loan
Dallas Mavericks owner and serial entrepreneur Mark Cuban discusses starting a business, investing in your business and hiring smart. Love him or hate him, Cuban’s energy is infectious.
7. The art of entrepreneurship
Investor Julie Meyer, founder & CEO of Ariadne Capital, explains why capital follows new ideas and what she believes makes entrepreneurs successful.
8. The Single Biggest Reason Why Startups Succeed
Bill Gross, founder of business incubator Idealab, shares the results of his research into the factors that cause startup businesses succeed or fail. Spoiler alert: Timing is the single biggest factor in a new business’s success.
9. How to Make a Profit While Making a Difference
Business investor Andrea Choi presents her rationale for how individuals can use their small savings to change the world.
10. Why the Best Hire Might Not Have the Perfect Resume
Human resources executive Regina Hartley explains why your next successful employee may have a wacky resume.
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