Business Tips: Advice to Anyone Struggling With Expectations of Themselves | Meeting with a VaynerMedia Employee

Business Tips: Advice to Anyone Struggling With Expectations of Themselves | Meeting with a VaynerMedia Employee

Awesome Tip: Advice to Anyone Struggling With Expectations of Themselves | Meeting with a VaynerMedia Employee



Waiting until you’re 25 to assess your life and try to figure yourself out is never a bad strategy. In some cases, many of you may have seen my “close your eyes until you’re 29” rant, which essentially has the same underlying topic as this video.

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42 Replies to “Business Tips: Advice to Anyone Struggling With Expectations of Themselves | Meeting with a VaynerMedia Employee”

  1. This video is perfect for me, felt tailor made. So Gary I need to know the digits of two different things, A.) That girls number because she's awesome. And B.) How much do I have to pay to sit down with you for not even an hour

  2. I'll be soon turning 21 and this is exactly what I feel. I constantly put pressure on myself to achieve the success I wish for. And tbh my work ethics is kinda low than what I expect which is give rise to self doubt.
    This was really helpful but I really can't get rid of me constantly putting pressure on myself.

  3. This girl is literally me. Finding success and wanting to just push myself so much in such little time and giving myself such huge, unrealistic expectations. Patience would do me so well, because I had so much structure and now having to do things on my own in real life, the only pressure I’m feeling is from myself. And I’m 22.

  4. @garyvee what advice for a 27 year old who is constantly thinking that he won't judge himself and try out new things to see what is he good at.. but from 21 to 27, every year is the same. Reaching nowhere. What advice would you give for a 27 year old?

  5. My sister told me when I was in my early 20s that you won't really settle, get comfortable, find yourself and catch your breath in life until you hit 30 she was absolutely right. Once you leave school, you still haven't graduated from self or earned anything in the real world. School is not reality. Expectations are not reality. Grades aren't either. You'll know it when you get there but don't expect to know it in that moment. You'll have to pass by it and then it'll hit you like, yea I'm ok now

  6. Jesus this girl doesn’t even listen… it’s just “yeah” “I know” and then tries to add her own sentence to the end of his rather than letting it sink in. Almost couldn’t finish the video

  7. I don’t understand everybody blame education system but nobody knows what to do. You don’t know anything about yourself that’s the problem. If you know what do and want from life, school is just playground and a place to meet new people. I don’t know who told everybody if you finish school you will have great life. Yes, you got A from school but I don’t think you will get A from life. Also, I don’t agree with Garry. Nobody has time to waste, and if you are young please use these times to experience many things and don’t wait until 25 to figure out somethings. And last thing is if you are living USA,Canada,Germany,France(basically developed countries) you have no right to complain about life. You did not experience Syria,İran,Afganistan,Pakistan etc. American people basically living in a bubble and think life is very hard.

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