Business Tips: Passion Doesn't Feel Like Work

Business Tips: Passion Doesn't Feel Like Work

Awesome Tip: Passion Doesn't Feel Like Work

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26 Replies to “Business Tips: Passion Doesn't Feel Like Work”

  1. Gary. I am trying different things thanks to you. I'm currently doing carpentry project. Although I used have an interest on spoken English when my English was barely understandable. I would study that shit for hours,days, weeks and months and not get bored. It was interesting. BUT, now I am almost fluent and have learned the vast majority of the concepts for spoken English( Standard American Accent) and it's not as interesting anymore. I guess reaching my goal took my interest away from me. Fortunately, I don't feel insecure about my English anymore. I guess Spoken English wasn't a passion. I'm gonna keep doing and trying knew things. Any thoughts or comments Gary? You think I can rekindle the fire for Spoken English somehow?

  2. thanks gary and team!
    my timestamps dont do these videos justice. its one thing to read it but to listen and watch gary say it is something else
    0:00 why passion is so important- when you're passionate it doesnt feel like work
    0:58 the impact of 'crush it' – of shit! one of the examples sounds similar to 'hiphopdx' – and i love his content. other examples are tmf by jose which i also love- so they are excecuting 'crush it'

  3. Ok but Gary, I'm running a Youtube account and a bunch of social media accounts (ItalianFootballTV) and I love filming and talking about Italian football and I love interacting with people and giving my opinions but I hate editing the videos, it drains me completely and takes so long (not complaining just saying I hate that part) and we've been making a video a day for 7 months straight. The other thing that sucks is I make no money and I'm graduating college in May. I'm making no money, and its getting me scared because I graduate soon (pressure from family for a job). Does it mean my idea sucks?

  4. And you're right. One of the biggest keys to success is pursuing you're passion. If you don't absolutely love what you do, you will rarely be successful. You might get by…but you'll fall short of extraordinary.

  5. It's videos like this that keep me going. I'm learning to be more patient than I ever have – which is a HUGE feat for me. I'm no longer chasing the money. Tried that – it didn't work. Trying the GaryVee way now. Because it works. Thank you, Gary.

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