Businesses around the world from the fortune 500 community to the local company down the street spent approximately $164 billion last year on training and development programs for employees. These programs ranged from seminars and workshops to tuition reimbursement, in-house training and outside professional services. And while spending to develop employee performance has risen in the last couple of years, overall satisfaction about the outcome has not.
I was fortunate enough to listen in on a round table discussion between 6 multi-millionaires who had come together to share their secrets. Each had achieved success multiple times and had also suffered huge loses in the process. They were all successful enough to have reached their life’s goals but each man came to the meeting eager to learn new things from the others.
An entrepreneur wrote me recently wanting to know which blogging approach was better, video blogging or written blogging. She also wanted to know how to get started. Here is her question....
"I am seeing more and more videos and articles about the popularity of videos. I personally like learning through watching videos and also find them easy to listen to when doing other things. However, how do I learn the preference of my target market. Also, how do I get started with video blogging? I have tried a few videos on my computer and they don't look high quality. I don't want to spend a lot of money, but I know they need to look good."
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Steve provides leadership, management and marketing coaching to business owners, executives and entrepreneurs worldwide. Considered the Catalyst for Change by the California Business Journal, Steve has coached over 400 business professionals to date.