Business Tips: What Most People Don't Think About When Running a Business in 2019 | Inside 4Ds

Business Tips: What Most People Don't Think About When Running a Business in 2019 | Inside 4Ds

Awesome Tip: What Most People Don't Think About When Running a Business in 2019 | Inside 4Ds

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33 Replies to “Business Tips: What Most People Don't Think About When Running a Business in 2019 | Inside 4Ds”

  1. Hey Gary, love from India.

    I have a fascination for posture and muscular imbalance.
    From some shots of you walking around, I could see your slanted posture towards the left. I always thought you must have been feeling pain in left lower back, left sciatica and if you are sensitive enough, it will extend to your left middle back too.
    I am glad you brought it up in this video. While the soft ball and roller can provide relief, the stretch can work towards fixing it. But everytime you sit down for extended periods of time, the pain will come back. This is because overtime, some muscles on the left side of the body have shortened and this posture is now embedded in your muscle memory.

    A very simple thing you can do is put some object under your left bottom like a folded towel. This will even out the length discrepancy and you will see that you can work for longer without pain. You can fix it with exercises but it will take a long time if you do not do the above.

    There are many exercises to fix the imbalance.The exercise you are doing in the video is great too.
    One way is the Kit Laughin method. He is in Australia but maybe one of his students is in New York.

  2. Ego is something this guy needs to look at in his own reflection. The way he talks is quite egotistical. Was the woman saying that most of her employees are incompetent or she thinks they have more potential? Wake up, 80% of people are incompetent and the other 20% handle everything and tie up loose ends of the 80 that fail plus pull their own load. That’s the sad reality

  3. Yes! This is why I'm trying to learn all the different aspects of managing social media, filming, editing, etc. so that I may know it well enough to know if they are doing it well PLUS be able to have fruitful discussion with others about it. It is a challenging process but I believe it will make all the difference later.

  4. a ceo és a világ nak ez a célja sok zombit gyártson akiknekik dolgoznak. :))) jogdijam változatlan reggel megirtam:))) egy centel sem lett olcsobb :))))) ez az én orokségem a jogdijam ami csak tobb lesz mindennappal:))))))) sok sikert a megfizetéshez:)))))))))) a hekereknek uzenem senki sem láthatatlan az univerzumban:))))))))) én megtalálom oket :)))))) istenként nem nehez:)))))) segitsek kiszámolni mennyi jogdijat kell átkuldenetek csak nekem:))))))))) ne aggodjatok ezen a csekély osszegért ugysem számit nektek:)))))))))

  5. "Your ideology about what everyone else should be doing is the quickest way for you to struggle"
    "Don't focus on the sink, focus on the well"
    "Whoever is closer to the customer WINS"
    "In the MACRO I was building a relationship"
    "Whoever asked first BLINKED"
    "You didn't make am impact on CULTURE…They left on their terms instead of you firing them"

  6. I love this BUT I have all my volumes turned up and I can barely hear half the questions. With a team of media guys why hasn't someone thought about not just relying on one lapel mic to record the audio? It's not Q and A if you can only hear the A! Rant over, Gary still rocks.

  7. Totally did that for someone that I thought was a good person but not a good fit for us. Gave them a nice chunk of change when I canned them. I also have given solid recommendations, when they were appropriate, to future employers who I thought were a better fit.

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