When it comes to honing or learning new business skills, there’s no shortage of content out there. Whatever it is you’re specifically looking for, in this age of information, you’re guaranteed to find a flood of knowledge and insight at the click of a button. But just like a kid in a sweet shop, the biggest problem can be knowing where to start.
With so many different channels, blogs and vlogs, how can you tell the great from the not so great? Who should you be listening to and why? Here are some YouTube channels that can help you become a better business leader in 2019.
Describing themselves as a “badass conference”, Hustle’s no-nonsense approach is a refreshing breath of fresh air in a world of corporate speak. The channel features speakers who have founded their own companies, with talks on everything from bootstrapping to how to contact anyone on LinkedIn.
As they say themselves, “It’s like a rock ’n’ roll version of TED, except not as hoity-toity.” If you sign up, they’ll also send you a cracking daily email.
If you’re looking for inspiration, Behind The Brand is the place to find it. This channel does exactly what it says on the tin. From personal brand advice from the likes of skateboarder Tony Hawk to business leadership insight from inspirational writers like Seth Godin, the insightful videos reveal the secrets behind business success.
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