Business Tips: Advice to a Young Man That Many of You Need

Business Tips: Advice to a Young Man That Many of You Need

Awesome Tip: Advice to a Young Man That Many of You Need

I gave this advice to one great kid on growing his personal brand and social media influence .. I just wanted most of you to hear it too

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25 Replies to “Business Tips: Advice to a Young Man That Many of You Need”

  1. Talk about the journey of the climb. You want money, cool, whatchugot? Over-create! There's so much Magic going on. If you want to be respected and really known, show the fuck up! No weeks off. 7-25 pieces of content per day. document your process. Work on You before you start working through a team. Ideas are Shit, Execution is the name of the game. #1 Takeaway: Respect and know yourself, show up every day to work for yourself, over-create, speak the truth, and share that to benefit yourself, Execute an succeed through yourself and you will have the opportunity to succeed through your team in the future.

  2. The take away for me is…..
    "There's no excuse for not talking to the world, it just doesn't have to be your thoughts and words everytime."
    I'm constantly saying I don't have content yet to put out there. I'm also a little shy about having the camera soley on me. However, you've given me a way to get "started". I've been spending a lot of TIME reading and viewing content about how to BE and how to CREATE and how to MAKE and understand MONEY. Yet, I still haven't taken action and I am ready to do so.
    The other take away is your statement, "shit is subjective". Yea, I needed that too because I do care about how my shit looks. It will be me, the content, so it's personal. It's another reason for my delay or non action.
    I'm so late to your party Sir. I heard you on Jeezy's song, "the enTRAPreneur and thought I'd check you out. You're energy is exciting. I was like wooooeeee, who the F is this. I trust that. Thank you.

  3. "There's no excuse for not talking to the world…it just doesn't have to be your thoughts and words every time." We often surround ourselves with thoughts instead of actions. I believe that we have been socially conditioned to put down any sort of organic driver that comes from within us. Our relatives and peers reflect their past experiences onto us in way of negative feedback, which subconciously pushes the individual away from their idea. As Gary said, "Ideas are shit. Execution is the game."

  4. My greatest takeaway was that I don't have to create the content myself. By interviewing other ppl and answering their questions I can help that individual, the community and create unique content. Come to think about it, this is a strategy used by some of the most successful vloggers right now. Thanks for sharing Gary <3

  5. it's November 2019 and i'm 69 years old – We did not have all this internet HELP when I was going through " The School of Hard Knox " You people should listen to this guy as i just finished watching 2 of his videos and i think he is sharp. P.S. First time to ever comment.

  6. The container idea. I have been thinking about this for some time but have not been able to put it into words and that is it. Calligraphy being an easily personalisable thing is great but distribution is the hard part for me so now I am brainstorming ways to fill that easier. Thanks for that.

  7. Lessons I learnt:
    – Understand yourself, and the difference of who you are vs who you want to be
    – Document the process, the thinking behind your idea, teach people than show them.
    – Put out as much as you can on media, Instagram, youtube, tik tok, facebook
    – Create a routine of an idea theme then keep posting.
    – Work on yourself and show the best of you.
    – Let people see your ambition and what you will make a reality not yourself, People admire what people strive for not solely on what they do, they care about dreams not static moments of achievements.

  8. To act and act fast bc the only time is right now, so you gotta create right now Make your world and be real with yourself along the way having fun in the journey. Be real w yourself and you’ll love yourself. You’ll be the true you. Lol love u Gary

  9. when you said "what am i investing in" it hit me with realization that what really matters when you selling something. creativity is good i have created piece of art but how am i gonna make them convince to invest. that is what i learned today.

  10. Well… to put this all in one sentence, Content creation and coming up with unique ideas in them is hard because people are overthinking about what the best thing is to create, and they feel it has to come from within; sometimes the great idea is in plain sight, but our brain is working too hard to notice it. Also Luck is a word unbelievers of hardwork use to decrease the awesomeness of someone else's success. Also Gary has a cute laugh.

  11. There are several things I took away from this video but the thing is is that I already in the back of my mind I knew but it took this video to *understand*. I want to create a team. Great. What do I have to pitch to them? Not much of anything. So I HAVE to have SOMETHING. Something's better than nothing. Had I been in this interview and had nothing, Gary would have chewed me out just like he did to this guy. But if I had something to show him, Gary would be emailing me in 30 days about what more I got rather than have me email him for what I finally got done. It would be an entirely different dynamic.

    I also need to stop with this planning shit and just do the damn things I need to do. I can watch a million videos on learning a craft and whatnot but if I'm not creating the craft, then what the hell am I getting done?

    And he's absolutely right about getting out there and finding people, learning their stories. That's how you find a team. 8 billion people out in the world and you can't find one or two people who would feel just as passionate as you do on a given project? C'mon. Matt and Trey found eachother through their shared sense of comedy and had no animation skills whatsoever, but "I can't find a team"? I should slap myself right now.

  12. “If you can’t create, distribute“. That was really huge for me. I feel like I have so much to give and I need to involve more people in what I’m trying to do if everything is for the people, you’ll be OK and to have somebody like you publicly expressed that and see the outcome of you being successful because of what you’re doing for other people makes all the sense in the world and all it really took for us was someone that we could see that was a human to do this feed that a lot of people think is impossible and goes directly against the nature of capitalism. I appreciate you sir

  13. What the fuck you want guys….. I mean like there is a guy called "Gary Vee" (He is a real smart) who is sharing you the free knowledge which is "priceless" execution execution execution execution execution execution execution execution ……………………Thanks to my man you are my true inspiration. I am an Indian guy 22-year-old, I do Digital Marketing, Web Development & Learning new things. This is my true fate that I can consume content of Gary Vee.

  14. #thebiggesttakeaway
    For me is the understanding that you don’t have to have the next best thing to start doing… just do…
    with the most simple of things… the world is so large that at some point your #oddcornermonday is gonna attract someone’s attention or your #lifeintheburbs is gonna get you started with sponsorship opportunity like you said with something as simple as a car to drive while on your way to your destination… my kids are very active in high end travel baseball and softball… other parents always ask about what I think when it comes to a certain program or organization that the kids train with… equipment that they use or how to deal with injuries and it fatigue or venues that we play at and what was my experience like… that kinda content should Pop! Youth sports I’m told is a 60billion dollar a year biz… so some one is listening… then the opportunity to have sponsors or brand rep is insane for me as a dad purchasing and also in a review state from my kids using it. What I took specifically from this video is that if you just start… the shit will go!!! And good things will fall in place.
    But if you just talk about it then at some point you find some other 40 yr old dad doing it like what you thought it would be!!
    #Dadlife #fatherofaballer
    GaryV you are a badass!!

  15. The thing that I took away from this video is that content can be anything , and we don't really need to think that hard about it.
    We think content creating is too hard because we are thinking in terms of some preestablished template that we have in our minds , however we should remind ourselves that this is the internet and we can go crazy with content….

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