Business Tips: Calling From The Arctic Circle and Advice That Every 22 year Old Needs to Hear | #AskGaryVee 244

Business Tips: Calling From The Arctic Circle and Advice That Every 22 year Old Needs to Hear | #AskGaryVee 244

Awesome Tip: Calling From The Arctic Circle and Advice That Every 22 year Old Needs to Hear | #AskGaryVee 244

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33 Replies to “Business Tips: Calling From The Arctic Circle and Advice That Every 22 year Old Needs to Hear | #AskGaryVee 244”

  1. Incredible advice! I would only add—parents, teach your kids that you must pay for what you want. No way around this rule of life. But here is the icing—it’s not linear. If you pay a high enough price the rewards become exponentially greater—maybe because so few with go that far.

  2. hi i have Listen to u about from 17:25 min to the end i will prove to u that in the next 2 years from now that i will be a
    millionaire with just enjoy it is a promise
    Knowing i have now 200 dinar Algeria it is 1.33 us $ and 0.00 us $ on internet good bay
    (I apologize for some mistakes in writing)

  3. the "taylor" example is EXACTLY my case, i have this urge to make a lot of money, im 25 , overgraduate student, to prove to my family that im the smart one.
    the constant process of thinking : "oh shit, i didnt do anything today, so i will not be a millionnaire in the next 5 or 10 years" is fuking painful, i dont know if im clear or not but i gotta say that because it's very important, it's like ur attracted by this imaginary goal that sucks all the energy from you, and deep down you know u r in the wrong track but u dont do anything to change…. anyway it's my personal rant for today, i hope someone will read this comment and relate to it by any means possible, Thank you gary vee for the "Taylor" example because it's very very important.

  4. the way i deal with my family weight is that i love doing the hustle, calling people and getting the word out and ask for leads, and they do the boring slow ass shit that i hate, it works like a charm for me, sunday calling 60 year old ladies about buying my stuff, eating shit like a boss.

  5. Thanks Gary. The content is great; however, The reminder that someone is working harder me is the most value. Ive went from homeless to two houses & graduated with 2 Associates in 4hrs. I took a step. Now I feed off of content to get to the next step.

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