Business Tips: Winners Take Advantage of This Disadvantage | Born or Made Podcast

Business Tips: Winners Take Advantage of This Disadvantage | Born or Made Podcast

Awesome Tip: Winners Take Advantage of This Disadvantage | Born or Made Podcast

Gary had a great talk with Michael Chernow on the “Born or Made” Podcast. Michael is a successful entrepreneur behind Seamore’s, The Meatball Shop, and WellWell. The two got into a ton of great topics including the art of entrepreneurship, learning to love losing, entitlement and more. Be sure to check the comments for the full list of timestamped moments… Enjoy!

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19 Replies to “Business Tips: Winners Take Advantage of This Disadvantage | Born or Made Podcast”

    1:00 – was I born with the natural ability or did I build it?
    2:30 – the role of adversity in life
    4:20 – Is it too late for the “blessed” kids?
    6:30 – Importance of accountability
    10:00 – The greatest paths to happiness
    25:18 – Biggest burn in business
    27:00 – How do you approach the “short term” players in a long game
    33:00 – Takes on restaurant business practices
    38:40 – Partners or no partners?
    41:20 – Is there a shelf life with doing it “for the money”

  2. Thing I like about Gary is in life not alot people have the chance to grab a opportunity by the ball's.. but then grab it well..A hell of alot f… up within a year or so.. Yes I can see the opportunity that Gary may have had, That most will never (par's wine company ).. but the word he speaks is true in some what ways , There's something I've said to myself before.. F… off gary thats hyping bs not moving yet on year by.dt / or not even happen.. but he's onto it even if it aint going to move with small interest. and that a interest I like to have..

  3. I’m reading the comments and at first I could understand, but maybe the guy is just excited to have Gary there. Yeah it may seem like he’s doing the most but he probably is just over pumped right now. Imagine meeting Gary yourself as a fan and wanting to fit every unnecessary detail in the 5 minutes you might have lmao.

  4. Instead of focusing on what you don’t like in a video and commenting your opinion, which is great. I would suggest looking past what makes you uncomfortable because you may end up finding some value behind it.

  5. Hi Gary,trust you are doing great? I've been following for almost 3years now and you've been a great inspiration to me. I need your support. My dad is seriously sick and he's about dying. He has been suffering for CHEST PAIN for 7years now. We've been treating him since 2013. We are currently out cash and we need help continuing his hospital treatment. I want you to help us mentor. I don't want to lose my dad. He's one of greatest source motivation. Please help us bro. You can contact me via ([email protected]) or WhatsApp (+233507355787). Thank Gary,God bless and increase you in all areas of life.

  6. While I do agree with a lot of the comments on this podcast, it made me appreciate how gary navigated through this podcast even more. Because it was "difficult/uncomfortable" to watch this episode – I loved the process of finishing it even more!

  7. I missed 95 out of 180 days my 9th grade year, left the second month into 10th grade, and NEVER took the SATs or ACTs. I used an ASVAB score of 81 and a high end GED score to enter college at 20, was a trash Panda once I turned 21 (only a semester and a half in – writing papers from the bar), took a year and a half off, came back, ended up a single mother within that year, and still graduated with a Bachelor of Science in Medical Technology, minors in chemistry and biology. I was a sous chef while attending school, worked in diagnostics after graduation, and am now on my third career.High school has minimal reflection on potential; not everyone is cut out for school and not everyone is cut out for college. You can, however, achieve any goal if you want it badly enough to put in the long hours and hard work.PLEASE DONT GIVE UP ON YOUR DREAMS!

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