Business Tips: 1 Thing to Remember As You Exit the Hardest Year of Your Life

Business Tips: 1 Thing to Remember As You Exit the Hardest Year of Your Life

Awesome Tip: 1 Thing to Remember As You Exit the Hardest Year of Your Life



2020 has definitely been one of the more challenging years in recent history. On November 1st, Gary did a surprise zoom call with the first 100 fans that we’re able to join and took the time to answer some of their questions around business, perspective, sports cards, social media, and more. Stick around for the last caller for a very heartwarming moment that will really put this year in perspective for all of you. As always, leave a like if you enjoyed the video and subscribe to the channel to see stories, participate in polls, and more… Enjoy!

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1:59 When to hire people for your company
5:23 The number 1 mistake people make on Instagram
13:56 How to think about investing / selling cards right now
17:00 How to increase sales & conversion rates right now
19:28 Last Caller


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18 Replies to “Business Tips: 1 Thing to Remember As You Exit the Hardest Year of Your Life”

  1. It's a sweeping generalization to call this the hardest year of life. There have been many years that led to us to this moment. We choose to negate that fact. I like Gary, but just because he says everything with such authority, doesn't mean it's all gospel.

  2. I think posting 3 times a day is not a permanent solution to the reach problem This problem was bound to occur and it'll only grow in future. The only thing that can get you better traction is better content. Content that makes people keep coming back for more. And eventually getting famous on internet won't be easy as it is today.

  3. Why would i try to empower youtube and google? If they're out to destroy small business ? the political system about to be employed will destroy the economy and middle class. The united states is about to fall. You escaped communisms to flourish in a captialistic society, just to empower the very thing you left behind? Its destitute to think of hope. All in vain. Thank you gary youre a great person.

  4. I'm not convinced that everyone lives in their head. There is a small segment of the population that consists of happy neanderthals who do repetitive labor and watch sports at night, and have never given anything a second thought.

  5. One thing I’ve learned during this year is that confidence truly speaks to your audience. Fuck your self esteem, just go with it. Allow yourself to take risk and do it confidently. Because those around us lack self esteem and value those who are confident because it literalllllly is what they wish they had so it provides value.

    I love this. Free advice that ain’t derailing speaks truth to his audience and ain’t bullshitting. Gets right to the point, no unnecessary explanation.

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