Business Tips: People Who Face More Rejection are Better Equipped to Succeed

Business Tips: People Who Face More Rejection are Better Equipped to Succeed

Awesome Tip: People Who Face More Rejection are Better Equipped to Succeed

Dealing with failure is a fundamental part of life and essential to the process of finding success. In this interview, Gary sits down with NPR journalist, Guy Raz, to discuss the lessons learned from failure, the lost definition of real entrepreneurship, the natured vs nurtured aspects of being an entrepreneur, and more! There are a ton of great insights here for anyone that has ever dealt with rejection or failure (which we all have) so please watch closely and enjoy!

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23 Replies to “Business Tips: People Who Face More Rejection are Better Equipped to Succeed”

  1. Great video and content. Only 1 thing Gary….we all know there is only 1 nation in sports. THE RAIDER NATION! Come on we’re both in the same advertising branding marketing field, and Al Davis set that trend long ago. He was a maverick and someone who brought our style of branding to sports before anyone else. I spent my childhood watching The Jets get romped by his teams in the meadowlands. I only bring this up cause everyone uses the term nation for fan bases but it is not original whatsoever. It’s sad that so many teams and brands try to use the term “nation” … there is no such thing as the Red Sux Nation etc. People need to be taught to be original and stand out…that has become lost in today’s Internet Copycat society.

  2. I really dont see this, at 24 and i cant even make friends because im not willing to sit there and support ignorance or malice.

    At this point im litterally just trying to leave the US and hopefully joint the Canadian military if thats even possible

  3. I've never been sooo big on solving problems…too often it's creating a problem that isn't there and then – well we know the story. In the age of mayhem I dream, of discovery, stumbling, reach and creation, grace. And move as I do in that direction. We are stardust, but that's still ancient dust in need of rebirth.

  4. Grand Solar Minimum (1600-1650) 25% of Europe died "everything that grew above the ground died and people starved" quote from then. Gary, the elites knew and they didnt plan for us – well actually they planned to force vaccinate and microchip billions of us, INTERESTING. Right as the global growing zones shift. atleast northern africa will be fertile again, China already there farming it.

  5. Tremendo GARY and the other guy!! Gracias ❤️. Hearing about successful ppl's experience on rejection is very encouraging and made me take a lot of risks that I feel are really helping me to get closr to my goals.

  6. Rejection and failure is the path to success. The key is to be patient and persistent through the adversity. Many successful entrepreneurs, parents, political, military and religious leaders have these traits.

  7. This is the best collaboration I have seen so far Gary. Seeing two people with very similar backgrounds and mindsets brought twice the amount of value! Being okay with rejection and loss has been hard recently but I'm continuing to push through.

  8. See a vulnerability in the market that intersects with your skills and/or passions. Exploit it by offering solutions and value to people relentlessly and freely until your name is inextricable from the product or service. Repeat.

  9. I could not agree more! That is what I am doing at BullSnot! 'Engineered for Truckers, Performance for All!' Five years of working my ass off developing products to solve issues for truck drivers. And now on the verge of really breaking out and living the dream 🙂

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