Business Tips: Accept Your Reality to Win

Business Tips: Accept Your Reality to Win

Awesome Tip: Accept Your Reality to Win



MANY OF YOU DOUBT YOURSELVES IN YOUR ENTREPRENEUR AND BUSINESS, CAREERS. WHAT’S MORE IMPORTANT THAN YOUR DISADVANTAGE IS BETTING ON YOUR STRENGTHS. SPEND MORE TIME ON WHAT YOU DO BEST AND DON’T FOCUS ON WHAT THEY SAY YOU DON’T DO WELL.

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43 Replies to “Business Tips: Accept Your Reality to Win”

  1. Hahahahahah. Garry V. Holy fuck, i think that was me. I think i hated you from one of casey's videos.

    I'm so sorry, that was very judgemental of me, and holy fuck are you wonderful and motivational and inspiring as a person. I'm on the grind. In a few weeks i'll message you with this business I've been working on for the past couple months.

  2. I'm a woman in a male dominated career. There is blatant sexism and it's a barrier for women trying to move up and build a career. However my dads advice was great he said yes it's harder for you and it's unfair but crying about it being unequal isn't going to change that. Focus on what you want and how you're going to get there and stop wasting energy crying that's it unfair. My dad also likes to remind me that my grandma never got to go to school despite wanting to and at least I'm not in an arranged marriage forced to be a housewife like many women in other countries still are today.

  3. I know self awareness is a big topic for you, and im learning a lot for it and I think is really helpful.

    And I´m curious because I've learned recently about Carol Dweck's concept Growth Mindset and I'm very into it and I think it also helped me a lot improving on some new skills and grabbing new oportunities.

    Do you think "self awareness" and "Growth Mindset" work in oposite directions? Or is just about different topics? How do you think this works?

    Thanks man

  4. …Less time on what we can't be, and more time on what we can be. Man that's just the facts, I honestly think that the way you deliver your "self-awareness/content" is impacting our lives at a deeper level. Thank you Gary! It truly is gold what you do, GET SOME!

  5. I found your channel just now, through Phillip DeFranco. Immediatly subscribed. Your honesty, sincerety and intensity are really engaging and motivating!

  6. wow… I fucking LOVED how honest this was. Wow. dude… "We need to spend less time on what we can't be, and we need to spend more time on what we can be" – so like, playing to your strength. But then again… Often through sheer force of determination/will/grit you CAN beat the odds. But yes… In a 7billion world, it's prolly best to identify your strengths and play on them.

  7. It is hurtful to know that not being born a white male is somehow a disadvantage in some aspects of life. Yet, what you say rings true. So accept it with the notion that you will help change things forever. Better be real about, help make it a world where everyone has an equal opportunity to do and be anything, rather than long for the reality you wish were true.

  8. MY CRITIQUE OF THIS VIDEO: COMMENT #1: What is with the black and white? Casey looked like Larry from the Three Stooges. COMMENT #2: I like this "forget about your weaknesses" narrative you've been pushing. Tim Ferriss talks about that a lot, specifically Pareto's Law (the 80/20). Could you keep pushing this idea, and maybe even a proper call-out of the 80/20 rule and where you see it applying to social media and entrepreneurship? COMMENT #3: How can someone who is "different" (whether by gender/race/background) that would normally impede them actually LEVERAGE their difference/uniqueness? (Is FUBU an example?)

  9. I remember that day when Gary was talking over Casey and it really left a bad taste in my mouth for Gary. Gary then owned up to it and apologized which really wow'ed me. I then gave Gary a second chance and sure enough it was just a mistake and his personality ended up later appealing to me. Now I watch Gary's channel more than I watch Casey's even though I really enjoy both of their content enormously. Gary, it took guts to apologize to everyone. In the long run though you at least earned me as a subscriber and viewer because of it. This really shows the kind of character that you possess. Keep going man!

  10. Hi gray, I'm 17 and I'm hungry to start my own "business" right now and want to sake you if you can do a video about email marketing or something that connect to that, how to start because it most difficult to start a new things specially when you have no knowledge about that . Thanks you and always remember you are the man!

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