Business Tips: Tucker Max, Book Publishing & Creative Storytelling | #AskGaryVee Episode 207

Business Tips: Tucker Max, Book Publishing & Creative Storytelling | #AskGaryVee Episode 207

Awesome Tip: Tucker Max, Book Publishing & Creative Storytelling | #AskGaryVee Episode 207

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#QOTD: Please take a look at our site: – what do you think we are doing wrong in terms of messaging or marketing? Our audience is people who have great ideas for books, who can monetize those ideas (ex. coaches, consultants, CEOs, people who have had success)- what are we doing right and wrong to talk to those people? Feel free to contact Tucker @ bookinabox

17:23 – What’s been the biggest key to your creative process and ability to tell stories that connect to people?
19:21 – Last time I heard the name Tucker Max I finished “I Hope They Serve Beer in Hell” – Lots has changed. Would you do it all again?
22:13 – I’m an immigrant with an entrepreneurial dream. All my parents care about is college, which I hate. Any advice?
28:13 – I am Steven from Colombia. I am 19 years old. If I want to make videos about cars and motorcycles because I love it or my life in general, what should I do? I hear you say you worked so hard until you were 30 and that people respect you for your actions. I want to go all in.

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Gary Vaynerchuk builds businesses. Fresh out of college he took his family wine business and grew it from a $3M to a $60M business in just five years. Now he runs VaynerMedia, one of the world’s hottest digital agencies. Along the way he became a prolific angel investor and venture capitalist, investing in companies like Facebook, Twitter, Tumblr, Uber, and Birchbox before eventually co-founding VaynerRSE, a $25M angel fund.

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48 Replies to “Business Tips: Tucker Max, Book Publishing & Creative Storytelling | #AskGaryVee Episode 207”

  1. My first Gary experience. Dude you almost act like you just did one line too many and smoked a fatty before you did the interview and you got the munchies. Rude play eating in front of your guests. I actually wanted to see an interview of mr. Max not you

  2. I Hope They Serve Beer In Hell
    Was the 1st book I read cover to cover in one sitting
    I could not put it down & went on to buying his next 2 books

    I super appreciate his dgaf approach & I always recommended it to ppl who said they don't read because it's soooo different than just reading any book

  3. Gary,

    I've decided to creatively interpret every single one of the #AskGaryVeeShooooow Episodes and find certain portions that resonate with me, to spark a direction and find a flow to throw down something with depth and inspiration.

    Here's my interpretation of this episode on my Medium account.

    “Disrespect Your Mistakes”
    by Mike Casavant

  4. I've had both of Tucker's books in my possession for a couple years now and never gotten around to finishing them because I'm a lazy sloth. My girlfriend and I just took a long road trip and listen to them both in audiobook form. Great stuff we laughed our asses off. tucker through a question out about what he's doing wrong, but Gary, to help your guests out it might be nice to put a link to their sites in the comment section.

    I'm super interested in booking the box and going to go look it up right now but I thought I would've been easier if I was able to just click the link in this comment box. Please forgive any spelling errors as I am talking to text

  5. Gary and Tucker I've had parents / elders all pushing their agendas on me, and oh so good to hear you talk about the reality that we really need to define ourselves without feeling guilty about our parents' definitions of us. And there are those parents who need to put you down so they can feel good about themselves.

  6. @garyvee I think it's time to get Damon Dash on the shoooow because all these alpha males turn into fans (apart from Seth godin) who nearly downed tools …it would be like Mayweather v McGregor …your thoughts ?

  7. Please Gary next time let your guest talk more. You're great I love your videos, but in this one i was looking forward to some of the stuff that Tucker was going to say, and you ended up interrupting a lot of what he had to say.

  8. Gary! You gotta hold back a little when interviewing.

    Right when Tucker is about to tell a key moment in a story, you interrupt! You're blocking value from coming out.

    Larry King's advice on interviewing is "The most important thing to do when you're interviewing someone is to listen. Oftentimes, the answer you get will lead you to another question"

    No doubt you provide value, but #askgaryvee is more about the people you interview. So sit back and if you need to jump in to put an interviewee on track, allow them to finish a sentence. If it's going way off topic, you can wait for them to take a breath, then interject with "So what happened with __? I want listeners to hear the end before we move, I have an interesting question to ask"

    Now, you've brought it back on track, made it about your listeners (so they comply) and gave them a carrot to follow (Oh…Gary has an interesting question? Let me finish this story quick so he can ask!)

    Hope this helps. And happy belated bday to your little girl =)

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