Editors' Picks: Best Videos of 2013
Looking for some inspiration to motivate you in 2014? Look no further than some of the phenominal speakers Inc. has seen over 2013. And the good news is, we have video.
It wasn't easy to narrow it down, but using video views, social media shares and likes, and staff recommendations, check out this collection of high-profile entrepreneurs opening up.
Some, like Nobel Laureate Daniel Kahneman, talk about big ideas like cognitive biases in decision-making. Others, like Your Business host JJ Ramberg, give more practical suggestions, including a useful trick for negotiating better. Still others delve into the founding stories of great entrepreneurs, like Barbara Corcoran recalling the insult that pushed her to start her own business.
Enjoy--and if we've missed your favorite, let us know in the comments below.
In an exclusive video interview with Inc., Sir Richard explains how he combats "analysis paralysis" at Virgin Group.
Alexa von Tobel, founder and CEO of LearnVest, made a leap of faith in starting her business, and hasn't regretted it. Find out what advice she has for founding and growing your business.
The bestselling author of Thinking, Fast and Slow talks about overcoming the cognitive biases and errors that can affect decision-making.
The Metal Mafia founder explains how you can ramp up your recruiting and interviewing process to get the best possible sales team.
Inc.'s Scott Gerber corners the wine and social media entrepreneur for a heart-to-heart talk about life, Twitter, and the most valuable thing in business.
Research professor Brené Brown explains the ways uncertainty, risk, and emotional exposure are essential to a successful entrepreneur journey.
Soon after Livestream CEO Max Haot launched his live video broadcast site in 2007, he realized the power of the company's name to drive (or impede) growth.
Giving more than you promise to clients won't just make them happy--it's likely to turn them into repeat customers. JJ Ramberg, the host of MSNBC's Your Business, explains.
When she was young, real estate entrepreneur and reality TV star Barbara Corcoran never thought she could succeed running her own business. Then her ex-husband uttered a life-changing taunt.
It's tempting to visualize your goals right ahead of you, but there's no direct route. Entrepreneur and fashion designer Marc Ecko explains why you should set incremental objectives to succeed and stay sane.
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