Business Tips: Even the Most Talented People Have Shortcomings | Talk With Rutgers Football

Business Tips: Even the Most Talented People Have Shortcomings | Talk With Rutgers Football

Awesome Tip: Even the Most Talented People Have Shortcomings | Talk With Rutgers Football

Everybody has so much more leverage than they think they do. In a recent talk with the Rutgers College Football team, Gary was contextualizing to the everybody how good their current position in life is right now, and why they need to start leveraging it because the window is closing fast.

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47 Replies to “Business Tips: Even the Most Talented People Have Shortcomings | Talk With Rutgers Football”

  1. So, this is your motivational speaker for Rutgers football? Ya, there you go. Lets see how this guy will help. No way Jose. Please do us all all a favor, and get out of the Big Ten.

  2. Loved this video! specially the part where you think to your classmate "f*ck you, see you in 10 years!" Such a powerfull anecdote that you have never shared. It really got to me

  3. You start listening to Gary and immediately you start seeing through the BS most of these fakes are selling. It doesn't matter if you agree with everything he says, the guy is just real.

  4. Great as usual. One recommendation during all the QA's you do, it would be awesome the team would caption at the bottom what the question actually was since they aren't mic'ed up.

  5. [email protected]… I watch you for last 3 or 4 years I read "crush it" "jab jab jab right hook" and "crushing it" #2 times… every morning when i walk to my job I listen your podcast and today is just hit me in the face how [email protected]' lucky loser I'm … I have 34 years old and i still love my game after 15 years … I got time … and I back to work. thx Gary 🙂

  6. Just had this "high school girl" leverage thing. Student executives in my department just asked me to give a talk on architectural photography under the business of architecture. I'd never imagine I'd get the chance to speak to undergraduate students while still being a (finals) postgraduate student. Heck I don't even know anything about the 'business' of architecture. I considered not taking the talk initially but then it struck me, if I can't do this now, when I am a student here — when I have this leverage — how then can I do it when I have long left the school, and so many people are looking for an opportunity to talk to young students. Thank you Gary!

  7. This shit hits home for me Gary. When you talked about the ESports part. I am still young and am actually starting back in pursuing it but if I let 15 year old me go after it and not worry about disappointing my parents or society I could have been majorly successful. I appreciate your insight and wisdom.

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