Business Tips: Internal Teams, Meetings and Motivations | DailyVee 062

Business Tips: Internal Teams, Meetings and Motivations | DailyVee 062

Awesome Tip: Internal Teams, Meetings and Motivations | DailyVee 062

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40 Replies to “Business Tips: Internal Teams, Meetings and Motivations | DailyVee 062”

  1. Gary + D Rock – I'm a long time reader / follower. The music on this episode is a COMPLETE MISS! It has very little to do with the storyline, in fact it is incomplete contradiction to the storyline. the opening vocal piece, starts the distraction. Don't use vocal music – to specifically defines the meaning the video, leave the meaning open ended for the viewer to decide! Let us take Gary's journey and interpret it through the experience of our own lives, not through lyrics. Musical underscore, let the message be the inspiration, don't bury it with music that impose's itself on the viewer. the Daily Vee is the most inspirational entrepreneurial content on the internet, and believe me, I've seen most of it!

  2. This video really went behind the curtain, and the "Change is hard" motto sums it up perfectly – I see it every day with my small digital agency (12 of us), and so often the issues concerning small businesses are the same as those affecting big businesses, only on a different scale.

    Thanks Gary for showing your vulnerabilities in this video, a real compliment and flipside to the energy of the #AskGaryVee's. Keep up the great work, I know you will!

  3. Not sure if its been said before but pass those edits back to Staphon!

    His edit style I find much better fits these daily vees dude really crushed the last edit I watched by him tbh this one fell a little short I found myself losing intrest quickly.

  4. I love seeing well dressed business people & then seeing Gary wearing a tee and jeans in the same space. I want to be so good like Gary where it doesn't fucking matter what I wear, i'll still beat you at your game.

  5. Loved the end of this video and transcribed it for prosperity:
    "I only want to break us. The only job I have every day, is to wake up and put this company out of business. By us being the ones putting ourselves out of business vs like somebody out there do it for us. Got it! So we'll only innovate, you guys all hands on; the only thing I can promise is change you don't like change get the f*** out because this is not going to be a good place for you because it's the only Norm. And just so you know at scale big companies, 100 people, 10 million in revenue that gets hard. People don't like change, you're on the little bit of the younger side, but even your own DNA may not like change. Change is what most people hate, definitely after a certain period of life your mid 30's, hate and even 50% of this young Crew hate cause it's hard wired. Change is hard……."
    We are about to disrupt the Media and Marketing industry with Impulse Engagement and want to help you break your business if you're interested.

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