Business Tips: Scooter Braun’s Lessons Learned as an Entrepreneur & Lucky Breaks in Business

Business Tips: Scooter Braun’s Lessons Learned as an Entrepreneur & Lucky Breaks in Business

Awesome Tip: Scooter Braun’s Lessons Learned as an Entrepreneur & Lucky Breaks in Business

Episode 295 of #AskGaryVee with Scooter Braun was STRAIGHT FIRE! We take the opportunity to talk about:
– How Scooter became the music mogul behind Justin Bieber, Martin Garrix, and Carly Rae Jepsen.
– How luck, confidence, and hustle play a role in climbing the global charts.

36:05 – What is the best way to get noticed by A&R people/ Music Labels?
43:25 – How do I find people for Entrepreneurship and new friendships
55:35 – What do you look for in an Employee?

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Gary Vaynerchuk is the chairman of VaynerX, a modern-day media and communications holding company and the active CEO of VaynerMedia, a full-service advertising agency servicing Fortune 100 clients across the company’s 4 locations.

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Gary also appeared as judge in Apple’s first original series “Planet of the Apps” alongside Gwyneth Paltrow, Jessica Alba and

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25 Replies to “Business Tips: Scooter Braun’s Lessons Learned as an Entrepreneur & Lucky Breaks in Business”

  1. The last call, that s my life right now, waiting for the general secretary to email me back because i met him in an elevator and fucking went ludacris and talked him about letting me in, i cried when she spoke

  2. How lit is it when Gazza' has like 924 things he's trying to say out of his mouth at the same time and then he changes the topic mid–sentence without finishing and you're all left hanging like "hey mother fucker go back and finish that sentence!"

  3. 00.26
    Gary: " You know what I love about life? Timing"

    Scooter: "No, let's do one last call before we end this. I feel it's gon be special"

    Maaaaaan.. Then you listen to the last call of the show.. I mean.. this episode is something else.. getting chills out here

  4. Scooter, the part where you talked about not letting people in but being that person that everyone counts on and the absolutely wonderful advice that your wife gave to you, is such a great piece of information. Literally, I have had the same realization and am now learning how to let people in. I received the same advice once that its "selfish" not to let others in and share what I am going through. Best advice I have ever received. THANK YOU!!

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