Business Tips: #AskGaryVee 328 | Jameela Jamil

Business Tips: #AskGaryVee 328 | Jameela Jamil

Awesome Tip: #AskGaryVee 328 | Jameela Jamil

On this episode, Jameela Jamil stops by the office. Jamil is an actress and screenwriter from the United Kingdom. The two get into a bunch of different conversations including legacy, activism, community and more. Check out the timestamps in the comments for all the topics… Enjoy!

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43 Replies to “Business Tips: #AskGaryVee 328 | Jameela Jamil”

  1. I fucking envy this woman. I want to be her. I was to turn back time and be like her, her life ethics, her principles, her thought process… I am amazed, jealous and have huge respect for her at the same time. Thank for this episode Gary and team. Great job.

  2. I could not help but geek out when I heard you and jameela’s opinions about judgements. Especially one you pointed out that ignorance is punished. It really opened my eyes, and I have a newer/better outlook on the world. I mean this sincerely this was one of my favorite podcasts from you Gary. THANK YOU!

  3. I fucking love her and her work as an activist. Even seeing her assert herself during this interview and not be interrupted, because as a woman that’s shit you have to deal with allll the time, this was empowering af to watch. Love you Gary thanks for bringing her on your show

  4. Gary Vee, Andrea Bee here. You are real and I appreciate that more than you may know. Thank you for leading with truth, genuine nature, kindness and helping people understand that we need to be our own advocate and fans. It's so simple yet so hard, even after so many of life's hardships. I'm generally a positive, motivated person but after suffering a hearing/ear injury and being taken away from my music and trumpet playing and every day life, depression got in the way because of my hearing disability. I heard one of your video clips about two months ago and your words have helped me to climb out of depression. I thank you for your sincerity and thoughtful words. You're a Digital Marketing Expert but to me you're also an amazing human being who might not realize the level of how you changed my life. Thank you!

  5. I'm interested in how she says she hates effort yet she has done so much… Maybe to her effort isn't really effort if it is something she cares about (other people). Yet acting isn't really about other people so she doesn'at put in effort to be good. Yet at the same time acting in a away IS for other people because she is only doing it for others to be famous to let others hear her advice 😀

  6. I'm going to rant a little here. First of all, no one does nothing for free ever. There's a lot of things that have value. Exposure, experience, connections, portfolio work to say some, all of them can lead you to gain clients, contracts, work, etc. Second, Everyone is responsible for his own success, so don't let the opinions or standards or rules of others guide your decisions. Third, the people that get angry because someone does not-paid work, are losers who feel threatened because they don't have work because they are mediocre or bad at what they are doing. Accepting this is hard so is more easy to look outside and blame the economy or the politics or the guy that is doing some not-paid job. Winners don't worry about someone not charging money because when you are a winner no one is a threat, winners always have work because they are good at what they are doing.
    So, as I said, don't let anyone's standards to guide your decisions because these people that criticized you not going to pay your bills if you fail, and, believe me, they secretly want you to fail. I can't come with another reason for what a human been criticize another human being instead of cheering for him when that person is only working for his future.
    Said that, I respect the opinion of people who are against not-paid work, though I don't share it. My rant is to "people that GET ANGRY because someone does not-paid work". If you think that I should not do not-paid job but you respect me anyway, well, the feeling of respect is mutual.

    DRock or the people on the team that edit the video, the sound goes from very low when Gary or the guest is talking far from the micro to explode when they laugh to the point that hurts. Can't you put some ceiling limit so the sound doesn't get higher than a certain volume? I'm sure that viewers are going to have a better experience, especially if you use this for the podcast too. You are doing a great work, thank you all for that and have a fantastic day!

    By the way, fantastic Jameela Jamil! Thank you Gary, for bringing such an awesome guest!

  7. Another great episode with incredible info! I had one other thought related to something Jameela said…. I think we should stop calling ourselves flawed human beings….

    We’re unnecessarily overly accentuating one trait of what it means to be human and also doing a disservice to the psychology of our self image.

    To be a human being inevitably means that we are capable of doing amazing and not so amazing things. It’s a spectrum…….and it’s subjective.

    The more we understand and accept this the better perception we’ll have of ourselves which to me leads to more empathy, forgiveness and overall a more harmonious humanity.

    Aaron Hill

  8. Hi Gary! I am so glad I discovered your Podcast. Jamil and her story resonates with me as an ex Actress. But as an African American from California who decide to ditch my career in Hollywood and move to Europe 4 years ago because I wanted to learn what it was to experience other Cultures and learn more about myself. I have learned so much about America from an outside perspective, and I actually am treated better in Europe as an African American than I have been in my own country and it's such a crazy and wonderful experience….and I have Sooooo many stories about this but I am saving that for my video's hopefully. So I am currently living in Zagreb, Croatia and after traveling to 19 Countries in the 4 years, I find Eastern Europe one of the most underrated traveled to places. The people are amazing and these Countries are so on point with Cafe's and co Working places and I discovered this while deciding to start my Podcast about my experience traveling as a black American female who is traveling Solo. Listening to your Podcast really made me more Motivated to start my channel and share my experiences traveling solo throughout Europe. But I do have a problem with judging myself own self and how I look on camera, for example, I will upload a video and then get too fearful of being judge by others, that I don't do anything. Gary, if you are reading this, please tell me how do I get past this fear? I know this was a long winded message, but I hope you can respond. Thanks….Teena W.

  9. "we have to learn how to update to the current situation" uhh no? We have a "right" to decide if we want to except current things. People tend to forget that change isn't "obligation" or "expectations" change is a personal thing.

  10. This is actually a great way to see an actress guard down as far as motivation being activist. I think Hollywood subsidies and seeks out this attitude for its hires. This is something I would like to be studied more. Not generally, but specifically study propagandists openly.

  11. My sister in law died yest…everybody from neighbors to friends to relatives came to her funeral…they gave a lot of prayers and duas…nd prayed upon her…truely to God we belong and to Him we return..her parents recieved alot of love and support and advice from those who attended the funeral…i think we are so greedy in the "whatever makes me happy" that we have stopped dividing up peoples pain among ourselves…attending funerals REALLY divides up the pain of the ones who have lost a loved one

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