Business Tips: Advice for Young People Just Getting Started in Their Careers

Business Tips: Advice for Young People Just Getting Started in Their Careers

Awesome Tip: Advice for Young People Just Getting Started in Their Careers




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48 Replies to “Business Tips: Advice for Young People Just Getting Started in Their Careers”

  1. Thanks again Gary!! I've not been giving you too much attention recently, though I'm glad to know you, your advice, heart, and team are still out there (and reachable by many more than just me!) Please keep well! Some love and luck and life to you (and sorry for sharing so much light…. I owe you that too!!)

  2. I wish someone told me this in my teens or 20's or maybe they did and I wasn't listening (out of my comfort zone). The way my family is you go to school, college, get a GOOD job, etc, etc, Retire. I had to figure it out on my own and surround myself around people who are living the lifestyle /Life that I want for myself. I remember getting my first corporate job after college – making more money than I ever made. And one day leaving work like this is not for me. I felt like a robot. Did I leave the company no I started looking for another job instead of creating one for myself. Now in my thirties, I'm taking risk starting companies not too afraid to do what I truly want do. Now in the beginning I'm not going to lie it was scary as hell. No I'm no where I feel I need to be but I'm getting there (and it's less scary). If you want it you will find a way to make it work. It takes time..one of the biggest things I had to learn was to have PATIENCE. You don't want temporary you want permanent longevity in whatever you are doing. We forget to look at the people we admire in between stages their struggles from start to finish. Some may have taken years/decades to get to where they are now . Enjoy the journey it comes with alot of lessons!!

  3. Needed this today. I'm 19, and I just started a business, and for some reason I was expecting to see massive profits on day one. Realizing now it's not gonna happen and just takes time.

  4. 2016 Gary is in so much better health than 2013 Gary. Great to see someone who's putting in the grind at the office but still realizing it's important to take care of your body as well. Yeah, I know, "But…but…Gary's a super rich guy who can afford a personal trainer and I'm poor as fuck. Boo hoo. Poor me." Well guess what. If you think you can't find athletic shoes, athletic cloting, and 30 minutes 3-5 times per week to use them, you're lying to yourself. Business, health, school, whatever. It's all the same. Stop the excuses, put in the work, and you'll win. The end.

  5. Im 22, working hard, building the capitol to start my own grow. Experience and good people have brought me nothing but joy and fortune. I really appreciate the advise on this channel. Keeps me motivated and patient while I build a comfortable and sustainable source of income for myself. Jah bless Gary V and his team, much love.

  6. Man I have 9000 subscribers on YouTube and I just started a new kind of videos. I released it yesterday. What is the better option to get known? Should I just keep making this kind of videos until I get known? I really want my channel to grow and I only need advices! Thanks Gary. BE POSITIVE AND MOTIVATED!!!

  7. People really should re-invest into their business rather than purchasing materialistic objects that won't help with greater revenue…

  8. Your point about patience really speaks to me Gary. I'm 22, and a lot of my friends are in jobs they HATE all for some extra £££. I'm currently broke and making peanuts so that I can spend as much time as possible to work on my YouTube channel, and eventually build something great doing what I love.

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