Business Tips: THE FAMOUS ROCKY SCENE | DailyVee 209

Business Tips: THE FAMOUS ROCKY SCENE | DailyVee 209

Awesome Tip: THE FAMOUS ROCKY SCENE | DailyVee 209


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44 Replies to “Business Tips: THE FAMOUS ROCKY SCENE | DailyVee 209”

  1. You know what, Gary?? ALL these years down the line, I always wondered what exactly Drago said before the 15th. Funny thing, I always got that feeling that he was saying something similar to what you said in the video. "I did this for ME." I didn't know the exact language translation, but I knew, just from being an athlete in a similar situation, that's what he was saying.
    And I liked it. I didn't necessarily LIKE Drago then, but it made him a little more admirable, a little more fallible, and much more human. And he did it right when it mattered most — right at the climax of the movie. Brilliant writing by Stallone, and believe it or not, brilliant delivery and emotion by Lundgren.

  2. So crazy how this Aubrey guy can't look Gary in the eye for more than 3 seconds. I could totally be reading into this too much but my intuition has a gut feeling this guy is a trustfund baby that's scared Gary is going to find out the truth on him so he avoids being vulnerable.

  3. For who? For myself. That should always be the answer. If we are doing for someone else, we just need to get away from that position.

    But when you say we get vulnerable, when other people get in, I would say we become fragile. Being vulnerable does not mean we are in a bad position. It may tell us we are human. And that's just great.

    My stoic practice helps me to understand I need to move on, and that what's happen inside my day is just what's happening inside my day. I need to understand how to move on and how to get it done. And for sure, when I'm doing because it is important to me, no one needs to tell me nothing about it.

  4. great video one of the best episodes so far for me ( i havent watched all of them, but still) May God bless you Gary. Im seeing myself change .ive joined twitter in order to find people eith same interests as me , as well as to follow you .im beggining to see things that im good at and the things im not ,and now i'm just ready to Just GOOOoO no brakes. Make it all about MEEEE.. squeeze my life because we are lucky to be here like you said .love you

  5. I laugh so hard when I notice that someone dislikes me. It almost makes me happy to the point that I just cant stop laughing. The fact that someone takes HIS time out of HIS day to talk to others about not like me just amazes me. You have roughly 80 years to live and if you even spend 1 single minute worrying about people disliking you, than you are doing something wrong in your life. Big fucking middlefinger to all of 'em. Imma live my life like i want and don't care what others think. PEACE!

  6. Gary is right about one thing. He is the counter culture to the university bred liberal snowflake millennial that has no desire to operate in the real world, where opposing views and harsh competition exists. Gary is leading a near-movement of counter cultural milenials that want to be their own individual and build the future of self-reliance, wealth, creativity.

  7. Gary, watching you have some downtime with your friends playing bubble hockey was freakin' awesome brother. People think that you are just this machine that pumps #hustle iron 24 hours a day but they don't realize that we are real people who enjoy real life. What they don't realize is that even when you are enjoying your downtime, you are #PumpingHustleIron (I'm coining that one bro) by documenting, talking, watching those around you, learning, asking questions, giving advice, and helping others. You are an inspiration brother. I've been in real estate for a VERY LONG TIME. I'm 44 and I've been at this game since 1990, first as a property manager and then going into sales. I want you to know, I went into sales when the market crashed and everyone was running away from it. Damn real! I saw an opportunity. I love it but after all this time, it is NOW that I'm finding that AHA moment that is starting to separate me from the others in the game. It took a lot of patience. A lot of it has to do with the people I'm starting to listen to and the people I'm just not giving a fuck about. Your videos have helped me in this last 2 year journey. By the way, I just had the worst year of my career and perhaps my life last year. Divorce, dead deals, Dad's cancer, Mom's health, a bad car accident, an unfair lawsuit that I didn't lose because it was wrong, but which still cost me a lot of money to prove, and just when I thought the struggle could not get worse, one of my best friends takes his own life. I almost lost my sanity. But as hard as this was, it didn't deter me. I think at 44 I am at peace with myself and I am confident enough in my abilities that I know I can make it through anything. I am already having a phenomenal year and it is only going to get better from here. I'm preparing to venture out on my own, with my own team. I am pitching a very unique concept to investors who are already starting to believe in MY vision. I own this renewed hustle to a lot of what YOU are doing. I think you are just getting started bro. Seriously. There's so much more for you to do and so many more people for you to touch. Keep going and don't let anything or anyone stop you. Don't stop hustling and building tours until DRock needs his own DRock to document his greatness while documenting yours. PUT THAT IN A RAP SONG DAMN IT! Thank you bro. Keep kicking ass!

    George L. Rosario
    NYC's Hometown Realtor
    Coldwell Banker Kueber
    DESK: 347-671-SOLD
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