Business Tips: Going LIVE and Answering Questions

Business Tips: Going LIVE and Answering Questions

Awesome Tip: Going LIVE and Answering Questions

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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 WeeklyVee, 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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37 Replies to “Business Tips: Going LIVE and Answering Questions”

  1. You can't do something for your kid. It ALWAYS has to be for YOU. YOU have to want it. Are you spending 12+ hours every day dwelling on it? Then YOU don't want it. You should not hardly be able to sleep!
    My drive is consistent. It takes it. And I think I could do SOOOOO much more even though I am a recent millionaire with essentially no debt and six figure rental income. It does not get easier. It just gets different.
    I want this but who could I help if I did more? Do they deserve my help???
    Finishing high school and getting a 4 year college degree is so damn easy. It is just a just slam dunk easy. I bet you spend more time watching TV. Learn a trade or two or eight. Don't be so damn LAZY. Get up. We can all do so much MORE.
    I have an engineering degree, 25+ years in IT, just got a HVAC certification and universal EPA for fun, and I have 29 paid for rentals. AND I could do a lot more. Get going. It is the journey that is fun!

  2. Not really scared of being poor helps.
    I think more about money now that I have more. Before on way to become a millionaire I think I worried less about money because I did not have much wealth. I always had a job.
    People that hustle 60hr+ a week when young will succeed normally. I have seen two people. One does all the side work possible and works 12 to 14 hours a day six days a week. The other does the minimum and stretches it to make 6hr a day then off for 5 day. The first if frugal and save and becomes a millionaire in 10 years. The other drives a new pickup. Both had the same skills but the hustle was different. Some love work.
    Both may be happy but rich and happy gives more options.

  3. Appreciate for doing this Gary. Really reminds me as a cinematographer that I dont have to do fancy video work to bring value. Funny because I used to kill it on periscope with sales training used to run a door to door team

  4. Thank you for bringing this honesty to all of us. Awesome moment between Ismael and Gary. You both got this! We will get theu this together. Humanity will always rule. Kindness to others always! Be safe!

  5. Yes this crisis can provide ample opportunity it is all about perspective. I interviewed Brian Cain today and he gave an awesome insight into the mindset needed to get through the crisis. Good luck and all the best to everyone everywhere.

  6. Dear GVee, When you have money to cover yourself basically for some time, you are not scared about money. People who are close to the wire will be. Though I do agree, it’s best not to freak out—so that you can keep your mind clear for strategizing with what ever you currently have, so you may push forward into a better future.

  7. I love how practical Gary was when we were speaking. It wasn’t just a high and then gone—he gave actual practical advice to keep my gratitude/perspective rolling. Thank you all for the love! Feel free to DM me at @misaelvarado

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