Business Tips: 40 Is the New 20 | Gary Vaynerchuk Rant

Business Tips: 40 Is the New 20 | Gary Vaynerchuk Rant

Awesome Tip: 40 Is the New 20 | Gary Vaynerchuk Rant



40 is a very fascinating age.

A lot of people start reflecting on their lives when they hit their 40s, like they’ve already “peaked.”

Truth is… 40 isn’t even halftime yet.

Even if you have a mortgage, too much debt, or too much responsibility, it’s fascinating what the internet can do for your life if you’re wiling to put in the work.

To all my 40-somethings out there… please, change your perspective. You’ll be stunned how it changes your life.


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41 Replies to “Business Tips: 40 Is the New 20 | Gary Vaynerchuk Rant”

  1. I just turned 27 and I needed this!!! I have a wonderful husband, 2 beautiful children and a new baby and I am so happy!!! I can’t wait to see where the years take us as a family. I am still a BABY myself at 27! And I love this.

  2. Gary ,You preach perspective all the time. I have a new perspective for you. I am 47 and a grandmother. At 35 I was diagnosed with stage 4 thyroid cancer. I am in remission 12 years now. I have to admit that when going through that. There is an urgency now that lights a fire under ones ass. Suddenly it becomes more evident than ever that there is no time to waste. There is only right now and to be present in the moment. But when you are a single mother as I was at that time. Who did not get child support and I worked a non traditional job as a boiler maker ,an osha 500 instructor, and CPR/First aid instructor the entire time I was sick and for a decade after. Before having to give up the career I loved due to chronic health issues as a result of the type of cancer I had. When having those enormous medical expenses to pay. It is extremely challenging to not end up bankrupt. Every individuals circumstances are different from the next person. Some of us have the fire within us to hustle and to literally survive. After all, Still I rise. But we don't have the means financially for reasons I mentioned above. And know that not a soul would wish for cancer or is it deliberate to get . Anyhow , I would have to say that I look better than most healthy 47 yr olds .That have not had the health issues that I have had . And I know without a doubt, that no one who knows me personally would ever tell you that I am a slug.I'm fucking Wonder Woman. Don't forget it.

  3. Thank you Gary!! I turn 47 in March although most people think I’m a lot younger. Watched your one video for the over 40s a year ago and started to build a business online. Took all my Big 4 consulting experience to teach people on youtube how to start businesses. Fast forward even though I am just shy of 13,000 people on youtube and just shy of like 60,000 on Facebook not only did I make ten grand in 30 minutes this year I am making six figures overall. Got hired recently by a company as a marketing director because they are on TV and my social is larger then theirs. Its anazing when you deploy what you know online and people can see it the doors that open up. Im about to publish my 4th book on success. Spending Thanksgiving writing. Its almost done! Finished 2 chapters today. I was so unhappy when I first saw your video, butned out on the Big 4 life. Now I get to build not just my business but get paid to find the problems in other business and solve them. Its a dream come true. Never married and no kids so what I build is my life

  4. My aunt who is at least 70 asked me how old I am now and I told her 38 and she told me I was just a teenager. What perspective! And I'm thinking life is passing me by……..

  5. Thanks Gary. I am 42 and have to say I am literally only beginning to understand myself. I agree 100% that It is absurd to think a person needs to know at 22 what they have to do for the rest of their lives. My “career” has been at a few different corporates, then freelance, and back to corporate. Bottom line each experience is a new building block.

    For me, what I am really excited about is all the opportunities out there. I mean 20 years ago it would have been impossible, and the best part is I now have some solid life experience to back up these new opportunities – not sure if that makes sense at all!

    Anyway, Thank you for this video. It just reaffirmed what I have been experiencing.

  6. I needed this video. Turned 40 a month ago and have been in panic mode. I need to change my mindset. There’s still plenty of time to do some great things. Need to stop dwelling on the past. Thanks, Gary!

  7. Its my 18th birthday today….working in a businesses thats about to change my life in 3-4years….thank you gary for the motivation and telling me im nothing special cause that shit gets me motivated

  8. I stopped thinking about the halftime mentality. Every play counts from now forward.
    No idea when the game will end so i may as well rack up as many points as possible.

  9. Im there @46 already figuring out the move for the next chapter!
    I have the time spent being the upside to navigate more clearly, aim to the horizon flat line and just keep going… We are never really there!
    Congrats Man, U are still young as FRAK!!!

  10. I hit my 43rd birthday 2 months ago (Sept 2018) – and in May 2017 I left my job (that I hated) to return home to take care of my mom. Dad passed (Jan 2017) and left her debt free in a large house. I came home with absolutely no debt, no kids, and a passion to work the rest of my life at what I loved. I haven't made a billion dillion dollars… but having the TIME to be here for my mom and reconnecting with all my past friends has been amazing. Last month I jumped back into doing VOICE OVERS for business, explainers, promos, podcasts, and doing pop music reviews on my Youtube Channel. Thanks to the advice from my friends, voice over artists, and you Gary… I've been investing in the talents and skills I enjoy using and have been enjoying the process. I hope someone else in their 40s can read this and know that, You can start over from scratch… so long as you focus… and put in the work. – Former Radio Personality now Voice Over Actor, and Music Video critic.

  11. Bro, I'm only 22 and this past year has been absolute crap for me. A lot of pressure, anxiety, fear all this shit man. But, legit, this video puts me at ease. I feel better and I feel as if somethings been lifted away from my spirit. Thank you Gary. Love you my man.

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