Business Tips: Quadruple Down on What's Working — ASAP | DailyVee 540

Business Tips: Quadruple Down on What's Working — ASAP | DailyVee 540

Awesome Tip: Quadruple Down on What's Working — ASAP | DailyVee 540

Really excited to share this mashup with you guys. It’s a series of a few meetings I had with Kickstradomis, Kablito, and 4Ds alum Jasmine Star.

Lots of important takeaways here on using adversity to your advantage, getting people to “realize your worth,” and some tactical business advice for you entrepreneurs.

1:22 – Interview with minimalist, filmmaker & maker of the documentary Minimalism, Matt D’Avella

4:26 – Jamming with custom shoe artist Kickstradomis

7:35 – Sit down with singer-songwriter Kablito

12:10 – Catch up with self taught photographer Jasmine Star

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39 Replies to “Business Tips: Quadruple Down on What's Working — ASAP | DailyVee 540”

  1. I feel like people, especially young people, who say "I know my worth" really don't have any idea what their worth is, and I feel like Gary kind of waffled back and forth on this one. I'm going to come out and say that most people are worth less than they think. Most people who say that phrase are saying that because they're uncomfortable and/or underappreciated at work and feel entitled to earn more. Those people don't "know" they're worth more, they "feel" they should be earning more given their circumstances. Go out as a solo consultant or try partnering with other companies and see the work it takes to earn more on your own than what your employer is offering you. THEN you can say you know you're worth more. And then you'll have to justify to yourself why you're accepting less (maybe it's because you're picking up skills or connections like Gary mentions). If you know your worth, go out and get your worth, and stop acting like your employer is an obstacle or an adversary holding you back.

  2. The ONLY thing I have a problem with @GaryVee is listening. I believe that these people have something to say that could help you or give you a new perspective. I honestly think its more respectful as well to let people finish. Not being a dick but I'm not a yes man.

  3. Minimalism has existed for a long time, its called being poor. People that slap some trendy term in an attempt to sound creative when really this is nothing new. Some people can't handle being a minimalist because they're not comfortable with that standard of living. That's not to say having stuff is a bad thing to were someone has to give up everything. It's more about being balanced so a person is comfortable enough in their living, but not excessive to spend purely for the sake of it. People don't even need to give up everything to conform to this minimalist lifestyle, and abide by these strict guidelines for a title that means really nothing. Eliminate what is unnecessary and keep what is needed to live comfortably without overspending on stuff beyond the basic essentials, it's not difficult.

  4. GARYVEE IS THE MANNNN I've taken all of gary's advice,jumped out of my comfort zone and now I'm on target to make a million. I've even just created a youtube channel to follow my progress.My first vlog is due to drop in 45 mins. I would love some support/feedback so please hit subscribe and check it out.peace.

  5. GARRYVEE IS THE MAN.i have taken all your advice,jumped of my comfort zone and now i am on target to make 100k, I have just created a youtube channel to follow my progress.I would love some support/feedback so please hit subscribe out.Please.

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