Business Tips: One on One Meeting with a New VaynerMedia Employee | GaryVee Business Meetings

Business Tips: One on One Meeting with a New VaynerMedia Employee | GaryVee Business Meetings

Awesome Tip: One on One Meeting with a New VaynerMedia Employee | GaryVee Business Meetings



I try meeting every new hire at VaynerMedia and have a one on one with them, this one was with Jacob.

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Gary Vaynerchuk is a serial entrepreneur and the CEO and founder of VaynerMedia, a full-service digital agency servicing Fortune 500 clients across the company’s 5 locations. Gary is also a prolific public speaker, venture capitalist, 4-time New York Times Bestselling Author, and has been named to both Crain’s and Fortune’s 40 Under 40 lists.

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26 Replies to “Business Tips: One on One Meeting with a New VaynerMedia Employee | GaryVee Business Meetings”

  1. Dude, what you said at approx 9:30 about working in an environment "where you aren't allowed to say hi to anybody" is EXACTLY the environment that I just removed myself from on Friday. I'm a natural leader and genuinely love working with and collaborating with great people. I thought for a long time that the environment had some major issues. Love your content man! So true, so good, very inspiring.

  2. Dam that was deep.. I worked in construction as a electrician for a good solid ten years and in that environment they do not want you talking, here and there cool but really it's frowned upon. To be able to communicate with other humans is all we wish for, it's life, it's our breath as we live. What you have established is phenomenal.

  3. Creating a strong community? F*CKING EASYYYY PEASY. Take stronger and defined takes/opinions/stances on things you talk about, no matter what. That's something that always created followers (and haters or people that disagree), by having the yin you will create a yang (people who agree with you or see the value), that yang, with a good yin, is your strong community.

    These are the ones that will jump to vouch for you around the web when finding someone that has a problem that they know you will be able to solve (referral) and destroy haters when these attack. Case in point, Martin Shkreli, apparently the evilest guy ever, has a freaking strong community, not massive, but VERY strong, that you will see around the web defending him, argumenting and counter argumenting with everyone with strong views on him. Trump is another great example.

  4. Why I'm grateful for this content; because these are the meetings I have with my team (different level but…) being humble, listening and crafting the right advice based on the individual. I firmly believe you need a "connection" but you must tailor whatever direction or advice you give to that individual. There is no glamour here, this is the work!!

  5. wow thank you gary for doing this for your employees. this is one of the best direct advices i see you giving an individual person.

    this says all about what you live by and he's got the best advice to built from there.
    I'm so gratefull to come across you back in september of 2014 and love all the content you put out.

    Chris

  6. Gary, I’ve heard you talk about long term vs short term and legacy. At 6:15 you brought more perspective to the philosophy, “If you want to sell your shit in the short term, your content and your energy deploys that behavior. If you think about I'm going to try to stay alive for two years and the content I'm going to put out is just going to build relationship and then I'll be able to monetize that some way in two years, your content looks very different.”

    Thanks!

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