Business Tips: Are You Saying ‘No’ Before You Even Try? | Interview with Daymond John

Business Tips: Are You Saying ‘No’ Before You Even Try? | Interview with Daymond John

Awesome Tip: Are You Saying ‘No’ Before You Even Try? | Interview with Daymond John



In this episode, Gary sits down with Shark Tank member and entrepreneur Daymond John. The two start off the podcast with an insightful conversation about their virtues as entrepreneurs, the availability of information with the internet, why blaming people is a huge vulnerability and more. They also take questions in real-time from live callers around building credibility, advice for sports agents and help a young man decide if moving out of his mother’s home is at the right choice for him. Be sure to check the comment for the full list of timestamped moments… Enjoy!

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30 Replies to “Business Tips: Are You Saying ‘No’ Before You Even Try? | Interview with Daymond John”

  1. Gary inspired me to make my dreams into goals. Because this man, I moved out of my parent's home at the age of 16, went to college to find out I did not want to became just a workers! My dream was to have my own business and by the age of 18 I made my hobby into a business! Im 22 now and I am putting full time into my business. Now I am starting my YouTube channel

  2. GaryVee is The MANNNNN! I Have taken all of greys advice . Jumped out my comfort zone and now i am on target to make milions . I have even just created a youtube channel to follow my progress . my first vlog is deu to drop in 40 minute . I would love some support Feedback .
    SO ! Plz hit Subscribe and check it out . PEACE

  3. Haha, Poor Daymond fell for the hate. Gary, so calm, so zen, let people be people, doesn't effect me. There will always be different opinions. I mean I get mad that people don't know the earth is flat. but I can let it slide like Gary.

  4. Why are you saying NO?
    Have you watched the movie "Yes Man" with Jim Carrey.
    The word "Yes" is more potent because it confirms that you can.
    Of course, avoid this word if you meet some scam or fraud.
    However, if it's not, then believe in yourself.
    You can do more than you can imagine.
    I'm talking about related topics on my channel.

  5. Raymond is a true entrepreneur, had an idea and went after that hustle.
    I’ve operated a couple of business, and just cruised week to week.
    But never had that drive to actually turn them into a successful business.
    I’m learning though, to realize it needs to be a passion and love to do what you in joy.
    Each day, we my wife and best friend are getting closer to our goals.
    Thanks! Great Stuff!
    ~Chuck

  6. Bro. First of all, LOVE YOU man. So.. Most of the stuff you have to say is for younger folks. What’s on your mind as it relates to the 40 and up folks that are looking to live their dreams and go hard during the second half of their life?

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