Business Tips: 76 Minutes on How to Get Your End Consumer to Pay Attention | DailyVee 373

Business Tips: 76 Minutes on How to Get Your End Consumer to Pay Attention | DailyVee 373

Awesome Tip: 76 Minutes on How to Get Your End Consumer to Pay Attention | DailyVee 373

As most of you know, I have an obsession with day trading attention and always making sure that you have as much as possible. You can’t do ANYTHING without the attention of the end consumer. Before you try to pitch me your product or get me to donate to your charity, you have to get my attention in some way.

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38 Replies to “Business Tips: 76 Minutes on How to Get Your End Consumer to Pay Attention | DailyVee 373”

  1. I loved the comment about don't feel like a dinosaur because social media changes every 60 days–there's opportunity to learn if you engage and listen to the community. So relevant! And of course Gary's ongoing theme of executing is most important along with document, document, document. We learn by doing. The more content we release the more opportunity to learn from it and get better for future content.

  2. It is very interesting how the tone of this moderator talks down to him and Gary keeps his cool I would be very upset and get in an argument. She is talking to him like a reporter talks to the guy that was abducted by aliens.

  3. In a world of shorter and shorter attention spans, I pass over most you tube videos over 10 minutes. Gary's are the one exception and his are easy to listen to even when they are over an hour. This was one of the better ones although all are top notch and compelling.

  4. 49:18 Hey Gary, I see you bought bitcoin near the all time high of 2014. The time this was recorded was not too long after the ATH of 2017, did you by any chance buy more around May 2015? Were you paying the right attention?

  5. I never heard of you before today and this was the 1st of your video's that I've ever viewed. I can tell you that you've got my attention and I plan on doing more watching and figuring out how to employ what works. Thank You!

  6. That was a great key note, you really hit home with me. I took away that i should expand on the niche I have found, and advertise to a bit wider audience. As far as the stolkholm syndrome, our culture is a direct example of it, on a macro scale…

  7. This was extremely inspiring. Thank you! I felt like this was more of a battle and struggle rather than a presentation. There were lots of questions which seemed to try to act as devil advocate. I really appreciate you for standing your ground. Very well done, and great job speaking so eloquently for the people who actually would like to listen.

    It seemed very political, and I really appreciated you bringing meaning to what your presentation was actually about. Well done!

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