Business Tips: Everybody Has Either Talent, Money, Or Time | A Talk With Boys' Latin of Philadelphia

Business Tips: Everybody Has Either Talent, Money, Or Time | A Talk With Boys' Latin of Philadelphia

Awesome Tip: Everybody Has Either Talent, Money, Or Time | A Talk With Boys' Latin of Philadelphia

Had an incredible conversation with some high school teachers & students from Boys’ Latin of Philadelphia School.

This is a must listen for anyone who has 10-20-year-olds around them in their life 🙂

0:00 – An incredible story

4:59 – I will always be unfiltered

5:45 – How to become discovered in the music industry

9:03 – The internet gives everyone an opportunity

11:00 – How to adjust when algorithms change on social platforms

11:31 – DM people until Instagram blocks you

12:45 – If you want something, you have to work

13:50 – Everybody has either money, talent, or time

15:30 – Your adversity is your strength

16:44 – Don’t be vulnerable to a platform

17:50 – Giving turns into getting

18:47 – Job titles are irrelevant

20:23 – Surround yourself with optimism

26:00 – The future of teaching and education

29:43 – Either you want it or you don’t

34:45 – Dealing with rejection & adversity

39:22 – The block is your foundation

41:15 – Listening to elders

42:44 – How to become a teacher

45:37 – Should you go to college

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16 Replies to “Business Tips: Everybody Has Either Talent, Money, Or Time | A Talk With Boys' Latin of Philadelphia”

  1. Gary, you’re the best teacher I’ve ever had, man. I’m on my way to New York to sleep on couches because of you haha. I’ve already done it once in California, and now I wanna show people how easy it is to move to the biggest city in America and fucking live the life you want.
    You either obsess on your life, or you obsess on the lack of your life. The choice between the two could not be more important.

  2. I don't think you'll read this but what you said around minute 37 about people being handed things and that no matter what they do nobody else would recognize it that's exactly how I feel right now. I don't really have adversity in my life. My dad passed and I received a good amount of money and all this time I just haven't felt worthy of it. I spent it traveling and investing in my photography and creativity but I still don't feel it is my accomplishment at all. (all the things I did with it) There have been many days where I wish I would not have been brought up in a soft environment, that I had real struggles but now I feel in a limbo where I cannot reach for that of what I want because the pain isn't great enough, as well as the comfort I have feels like i'll never touch rock bottom to just blaze through this limbo. Anyway, can't complain because I have lived a life many wish to have lived. Thank you Gary.

  3. Thank you for "just getting it" Gary. The fact that you can speak so candidly and sincerely to young African American men, warms my heart. Thank you for caring and taking the time to speak to these young brothers. It's appreciated.

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