Business Tips: Don't Wake up One Day and Regret Every Decision You Made | Podcast With Marc Lore

Business Tips: Don't Wake up One Day and Regret Every Decision You Made | Podcast With Marc Lore

Awesome Tip: Don't Wake up One Day and Regret Every Decision You Made | Podcast With Marc Lore



Gary Vaynerchuk sits down with VaynerTalent client and entrepreneur Marc Lore. Marc is the man behind Walmart’s e-commerce business, diapers.com, and many other businesses that he shares the stories behind in this video. They also talk about sports cards, their early entrepreneurial traits, and how to avoid living life with regrets. There is a ton of insightful lessons about happiness and regret in these stories so please watch this all the way through… Enjoy!

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Gary Vaynerchuk is a serial entrepreneur and the Chairman of VaynerX, a modern day communications parent company, as well as the CEO and Co-Founder of VaynerMedia, a full-service digital agency servicing Fortune 500 clients across the company’s 4 locations.
Gary is a venture capitalist, 5-time New York Times bestselling author, and an early investor in companies such as Twitter, Tumblr, Venmo and Uber. He is currently the subject of DailyVee, an online documentary series highlighting what it’s like to be a CEO and public figure in today’s digital world. He is also the host of #AskGaryVee, a business and advice Q&A show online.

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29 Replies to “Business Tips: Don't Wake up One Day and Regret Every Decision You Made | Podcast With Marc Lore”

  1. It is very easy to talk and say nice words but how to implement and do your thoughts? it is very important and difficult! Applying your thoughts, opinions and ideas in your life is difficult and important in your life. I can tell you words that you have never heard but how to implement or apply these thoughts and ideas to do something or acheive goals, is a big question! Many of people like these shout out their thoughts and opinion and they get millions of followers, likes and comments but they never tell how to apply these in real life!

  2. Don't regret your past decisions because they led you to where you are today, no matter where that might be. Everything in life has its purpose. No matter how much pain its caused you or how terrible a situation it might have been, there is a grand design that we don't realize.

  3. I had listened to this conversation before, but watching it again came at a great time. My favorite moment was Marc coming across the P&G briefing, an excellent motivator to start something for the long term when you are early.

  4. OMG I love the school stories!! I did really well in classes I wanted to do, but others I would take a poor grade if I had "better" things to do LOL Handed in my senior year English exam only half done, I explained to the teacher that I had done the math and I figured I only needed to do half the exam to get a decent grade and I wanted to leave. BUT math wasn't by best subject either and I ended up just barely passing that year with a 50!! LOL I didn't care, I went on and did well in College, I do well when I want to do well LOL

  5. Is there anyone here from Europe investing in sports cards? And if yes, how do you get started being a European citizen and not an American. Do you just buy basketball cards from the US through eBay? Or is there a better way to do it

  6. Gary, you're a true mentor. I would've not made a decision to follow my passion (photography and videography) instead of what my family wants me to do (which is to study medicine). Thank you.

  7. Hello Gray…i have been following you for years now…am 19 years old from Africa and am kind stuck and confused on the from the advice you have been give out so i was just seeking for more knowlegde on how i can move with my life….could i get your email. Please

  8. hi Gary, I know you read the comments a lot so I will give you my feelings after watching this video. what I remember is that it's really nice to see you in a neutral environment when you have a guest. psychologically it changes the way we look at your discussion. it looks calmer and more relaxed. thank you again for your mission to share your experience and your way of seeing things with us.

  9. When you realize you’re entitled as fuck. Crazy listening to this and knowing I gave up a high paying job as a developer a few months ago. Made $20k from my business, thought I was a badass, got fancy and now I’m reflecting on my actions. I’m only 26 no kids and glad I fuvked up. I’m still unemployed, and I quit the fancy shit. I really believe I got high on my own supply building a business and used the money I made to show everyone I was successful by buying a new car. So fucking entitled and insecure, but I’ve never knew what having a fire inside meant until now. I’m selling the car and putting my head down and working . I thought $20k was a lot of money in one month….I was just being a child. Glad I learned this now.

  10. I am in my early 20’s and I live by this. Take risks. Start your own business even if it is stupid, but make it work and learn from it! You have the power to be the best, JUST DO IT!

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