Business Tips: Get Motivated By Working On Your Passion | Tea With GaryVee

Business Tips: Get Motivated By Working On Your Passion | Tea With GaryVee

Awesome Tip: Get Motivated By Working On Your Passion | Tea With GaryVee

Tea With GaryVee is a Q&A show where Gary answers questions in a much more detailed, slower format. He gets deep! In this episode, Gary answers questions on the state of the music industry, how to prioritize your ambitions, what to do as a restaurant during quarantine, and more! For a chance to be on the show, text your question and number to 1-212-931-5731, or if you’re international tweet your question with the hashtag #teawithgaryvee… Enjoy!

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33 Replies to “Business Tips: Get Motivated By Working On Your Passion | Tea With GaryVee”

  1. MY ANSWER TO YOUR QUESTION OF THE DAY: Your teaching from so many angles. There are SO MANY answers from me personally, but if I had to pick one, it would be when you say, “Watch what I do.” You not only are sharing your knowledge and wisdom, but guiding our eyes to discover even more. It also sheds light on your consistency between what you say and do. I guess this is the culminating experience for all the trust building you have done. But, you you got me before I heard that phrase. And, that phrase also added other dimensions to my growing awareness of this field and added more on the trust side even though—just added even more value because I could do even more and got even more insights from all the value you already bring. A close second is to pull from both sides. I really liked this show a lot because it broke down another element that gave me more clarity in pulling from both sides—I don’t matter much and keep it humble. You say that in another way when you talk about the two sides, but it was something about how the guest (young writer) and the context and how you said it this time. So many nuances here and explanation which are my fav Gary Vee moments. THANK YOU SO MUCH.

  2. advice please Gary? on someone who's been in big companies working hard but tired of their shit as they don't pay enough and they promote ass lickers instead of people with studies experience and knowledge?!?!?! thinking now to continue my old hobby creating music tracks and covers for videos, is music industry growing during covid19 or not really?! THANKS YO!

  3. Yo! 42:46 That kid is exactly my clone finally i been waiting for someone this relatable for ever. I'm a fiction writer not for books but for movies and a gamer. All i do is play videos games which inspire the creative flow of my screenwriting. I havent put shit out to the public at all, but man after hearing the advice Gary gave that dude it helped me out a lot. I need to start posting shit asap, even the tiktok ideas as well. I can read my script on tiktok and youtube, i can even make youtube gaming videos because it relates to how i can inspired to write shit. This was an awesome episode and right down my lane. Robby i dont know if you'll ever read this comment, or if garys team can get this to you but another way to share your stories online is to make web comics or graphic novels. Team up with an artist and build a community around your fiction writing as a graphic novel or webcomic sell merch around your characters etc thats what im going to be doing to spread my screenplay ideas on social. Get business cards to with your social media links in case you run into a book agent or a publication house representative in a random ass supermarket. Etc man this video got my hyped af!

  4. Gary has no idea how short life is. He always says unlimited time. He also doesn't realize how fast time passes. 10 years goes by in a blink. No we don't have unlimited time. We can't all just quit our jobs and support our family with our hobbies.

  5. I can resonate with Robby 42:51 – I am dyslectic and writing is horrible to master, to put into perspective it's like have dwarfism wanting to play at the NBA. So I never thought I could actually be a writer. Interestingly school forced me to write and slowly level up my grammar skill which kind of gave me confidence to give a go at it. Ultimately I started writing and have a blast with it (especially the draft). In the end I decided to take additional grammar courses at the university to get at least to an acceptable level, the teacher was awesome which kind of eased the course or me – because yeah… grammar is my cryptonite. At the moment I'm at the editing phase and trying to understand my craft to a for myself acceptable level. I am not planning to submit it to a publisher as I am pretty sure they won't understand my story type (more Asian styled story instead of western) and I do actually understand money (and want to regulate it myself which I think is a plus in self publishing). That tip of yours is great Gary.

  6. Ah jaysis. Robbie if you see this, I really hope you write those pages. Wishing you every success. Gary these segments are so motivating because I can see the change and validation that you’re giving someone while showing them how to harness their hustle. Loved this video! I’m starting a small business and I am so motivated by all of these conversations. Thank you!

  7. To the science fiction guy: adhd is not a disability, it’s a gift. Especially in your field. As we don’t have a filter we can be way more creative than others. Due to that all people who really generated change/impact have adhd. Steve jobs, seth godin, bill gates, elon musk, michael jordan, many great authors/artists, etc. just google it, the list is huge! You just need to do what you really care about and it will activate the phenomenal hyper-focus. Remember, we only suck at stuff we are not interested in;)

  8. Really connected with what you were asking Miriam (I don't have endometriosis though), I also dropped out of uni here in Australia. I'm thinking about whether I should go back, even though I don't want to go back.

  9. 3 mins in and YAAAASSSSS! I find it the same even for growing your youtube presence the "Blow up" fast idea verses building content to create a community that lasts! I love hearing all these great ideas BUT also LOVE reading all the awesome comments from the viewers! SUPPORTIVE COMMUNTIY!

  10. Are you guys using Ecamm or OBS to stream??? I've just started my livestreaming show and we are using Ecamm but we are having problems making it easy to have live guests on… help!!!

  11. ROBBY join and follow the #authortube community on youtube. A ton of fiction writers growing their channels on youtube in that community and help each other with writing tips and how to publish their books and their success stories. I think You would love that community and it will help you grow big time .

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