Business Tips: Beth Comstock on Pushing for Change, Late 20s Anxiety, & Stay-at-Home Moms | #AskGaryVee 291

Business Tips: Beth Comstock on Pushing for Change, Late 20s Anxiety, & Stay-at-Home Moms | #AskGaryVee 291

Awesome Tip: Beth Comstock on Pushing for Change, Late 20s Anxiety, & Stay-at-Home Moms | #AskGaryVee 291



On episode 291 of the #AskGaryVee Show, the wonderful business woman and author, Beth Comstock stops by and we talk about: – Beth’s early life and how …

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26 Replies to “Business Tips: Beth Comstock on Pushing for Change, Late 20s Anxiety, & Stay-at-Home Moms | #AskGaryVee 291”

  1. 22:50 I didn't buy bitcoin at 15k but I sold some at 17k. It stinks that people got sucked onto buying the ATH but like you say, bitcoin isn't bad, it just exposed people. Social media isn't bad it just exposes people

  2. Gary.., when you mention the fake environment video around 28 minutes: I have PUSHED that fake environment video. And the funny thing is that people who have been marinating in these and environments have shared it. I HATE fake environments and I’m so tired of people thinking that by removing obstacles from in front of their children that it’s the best way to raise them. Kids can’t problem solve and have minimal logical reasoning skills these days.

    Also, when I was 17, 1997, I’m 35 now, I wrote out a list of milestones of age in ones life. 18, 22, and 30 were on there. I hope I still have that sheet somewhere but I wrote it out from Birth to age 75. I think they’re societal and environmental but it’s 100%.

    Jerome Janét

  3. Further to the female caller: I would push the "outlook" of the mother applying, including but not excluded to the idea that "said mother" sees this trend as a means to push [agenda of company] to this [plateau].

  4. I haven't finished the video yet, but I'm excited how the perspectives I've seen on this conversation drive my mind into a place where I don't judge myself and I'm able to be compassionate with myself and go do, fearing and not fearing, sacrificing and loving, accepting others accepting myself, making other big making myself big, and also put me in a place where I don't care what I say, or having the right words or whatever plan, I don't care about that, I just love to put the positive energy and drive from there, adaptation, fear, do and adapt

  5. Phenomenally Beautiful, Kind & intelligent Guest Gary, you have to get her back on for a Electro Vehicle Green Revolution Session!

    #QOTD : Gary + AR Glasses, then the rest of the world through his eyes! 1;D

  6. Fun one today, and very insightful. Really interesting to learn about Beth, she seems like a great woman, and her experience
    and way with words makes me want to pick up that book right now. Some key insights I found surprising are that comment that she did on the hiring standards about how passing standards would be different if the standards had been different in the first place, very true. Feminists should have more people like her being heard instead of some other more negative but louder people.

    And I also really get what Gary said in the beginning about 2nd hand behind her back love, seeing Gary connect so much with what Beth is saying makes me appreciate Beth more, she definitely has something.

  7. Great episode. As 26 year old guy, I’m getting so much value watching female leaders recently. Also great to see the meta about the conversation around the 30’s topic.

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