Business Tips: Never Forget Why You Started | WeeklyVee 008

Business Tips: Never Forget Why You Started | WeeklyVee 008

Awesome Tip: Never Forget Why You Started | WeeklyVee 008

Gary had a ton of insightful conversations this week that you need to see. On Monday he had a great podcast session with fellow entrepreneur Sam Parr which included a conversation about the future role of psychedelics in the pharmaceutical industry. Tuesday Gary met with Daymond John where they dropped some serious gems to a live caller that a lot of you would appreciate. Wednesday Gary had two very tactical meetings.stick around to the end for a really powerful moment Gary had with a fan. Be sure to check the comment section for the timestamps of each day… Enjoy!

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43 Replies to “Business Tips: Never Forget Why You Started | WeeklyVee 008”

  1. Business growth talent without representation…. What to do about that? Like for example if one that has a proven customer 360 and instead of being a Target for ads, they are the early user v the investor?

  2. this is the clearest, simple explanation at 23:15 of how gary will cement his legacy as one of the all-time great entrepreneurs up there with Gates, Jobs and Bezos.

    I can can clearly see this moment being replayed in 2036 when Gary buys the jets through our Apple contact lenses.

  3. the energy in vaynermedia must be so astonishing!! everyone seems so hard working while having fun and being so open and transparent! u kno u gotta real good boss when everyone in da company doesnt feel vulnerable in showing who they truly are

  4. I'm on Gary's side with this one, I believe some people do actually need medication and stuff but, hot take warning, I feel like the average Joe and Sally don't need medication or help and just need to realize that they are in control of themselves.

  5. My favorite part was when Gary mentioned that even if nothing comes out of the content you make, you still leave something meaningful for your family in the generations to come. Really puts in a new perspective/motive to document.

  6. The secondary intro was a nice idea 0:26 I can see how that is working out for a one time thing. I wouldn't do it again next week, but like Vee 018 or something. You reuse ideas but don't pound it into obvious lack of creativity.

  7. It's not about, hustling every day and be a social media zombie!

    It's about passion.
    It's about endurance.
    It's about how you treat yourself.
    How about you treat others.

    and many other things YOU have to care about.
    The biggest challenge in human history is, change ourselves to a better person
    and most of the problems we have on this Planet, wouldn't exist!
    Too many selfish persons with masks and cameras, good in front of a camera
    but bad as a human being when no camera is recording.
    We only live ones and nobody will remember how much you earned, but what kind of person
    you where and what memories you left behind.

  8. It's crazy how much life can change. I literally moved to LA with $400 and no job to pursue acting after graduating premed with a 4.0 (wasn't my passion). Not knowing what to do i just hustled side jobs and studied everything on finance, fitness, personal development, and listened to guys like gary. Now i've created a six figure coaching company, have been investing in real estate and doing property flips and still auditioning for great roles. Not how i imagined it but if you are open to learning, stay humble, and just hustle you can achieve anything!

  9. Hi Gary, thinking why I started kills me because I feel I'm losing time, a long time without having real value or even a potential investors to invest in the product because the mindset here is low-level, should I stop ?

  10. I've started because I lost everything and I need to leave a legacy for my kids. Fearless now once I faced the worst. Let's see if I can get back – I might fail again – then I'll have to get up again and do something else. Thanks for all your content.

  11. Garyvee your are the man you inspired me to start a YouTube channel, I would love some support if you could please subscribe to me I just posted a brand new insane video go check it out

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