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The Groupon Disaster – A Case Study for Entrepreneurs

The Groupon Disaster – A Case Study for Entrepreneurs

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Hello everybody, Tom Ellsworth here, and welcome to case studies with the Biz Doc. This week we’re going to be talking about Groupon and digital coupons. You know, when you look at technology, there’s been so many ways that technology has made life better for us. And it’s infiltrated and changed a bunch of legacy […]

Why Reading Books Keeps You Broke

Why Reading Books Keeps You Broke

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How Starbuck’s Made a Comeback!  A Case Study for Entrepreneurs

How Starbuck’s Made a Comeback! A Case Study for Entrepreneurs

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Greetings. I’m Tom Ellsworth, and we’re going to do some case studies. Today’s case study is Starbucks. The first thing we’re going to learn is that during growth, big or small, replication is everything – whether you’re replicating your product, whether you’re replicating the experience of the customer buying it, or the experience of the […]

What Made Uber?- A Case Study for Entrepreneurs

What Made Uber?- A Case Study for Entrepreneurs

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Hello everybody, Tom Ellsworth here, and welcome back to Case Studies with the Biz Doc. This week it’s the making of Travis Kalanick and Uber. We’re going to find out what made Uber co-founder and CEO, Travis Kalanick into the man he is today. More importantly, the highly successful leader and CEO. And along the […]

GETTING A JOB IS FOR LOSERS – ROBERT KIYOSAKI, RICH DAD POOR DAD

GETTING A JOB IS FOR LOSERS – ROBERT KIYOSAKI, RICH DAD POOR DAD

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– Hello this is Robert Kiyosaki and we’re here for another exciting and important and financial education. Money for Millennials, or Millennials and Their Money. Cause as you and I know, our school teaches us this about money. – Yes. – And it really kinda screws people up, because they go out of school and […]

Wells Fargo: A Culture of Corruption – A Case Study for Entrepreneurs

Wells Fargo: A Culture of Corruption – A Case Study for Entrepreneurs

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Hello everybody, Tom Ellsworth, and welcome back to Case Studies with the Biz Doc. This week, we’re going to take a look at Wells Fargo and talk about the unintended consequences of sales incentive programs running without controls and when that becomes part of your culture, what happens. That’s what we’re going to talk about. […]

Top 10 Books for Entrepreneurs

Top 10 Books for Entrepreneurs

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I’ve read many great business books, but recently people kept telling me, “Pat, can you just explain your top 10 books of all time in entrepreneurship?” So that’s exactly what I’m doing in this video. The top 10 best books that I believe every entrepreneur ought to read and why. I may read a thing […]

Top 10 Marketing Books for Entrepreneurs

Top 10 Marketing Books for Entrepreneurs

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So when you hear the word “marketing,” what do you think about? Really, marketing, because the world of business is a lot about marketing, right? How you market yourself, your product, what do you think about? What word comes to mind? See, for me when I think about the word marketing, I think about how […]

How to Choose the Right Books to Read

How to Choose the Right Books to Read

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I think there’s two different types of readers, people who read books. There’s the accidental reader, and then there’s the intentional reader. What’s the accidental reader? Accidental reader. What’s the accidental reader? The accidental reader is somebody that just says, “I accidentally found this book” or “somebody told me about it, so I’m reading it.” […]

Why I Don’t Read Books

Why I Don’t Read Books

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– Wow! So, that really makes a lot of sense, Dan. What you’re saying is it doesn’t matter what books you read. It depends on what stage you’re in that you read certain books. – Correct. – Right? – Correct. – So then, I guess my next question would be… ’cause I see you read […]