Business Tips: Selling Everything to Travel the World | Meeting With a VaynerMedia Employee

Business Tips: Selling Everything to Travel the World | Meeting With a VaynerMedia Employee

Awesome Tip: Selling Everything to Travel the World | Meeting With a VaynerMedia Employee



I had a meeting with a VaynerMedia employee today which I think will really put some things into perspective for many of you… When making big life changes and decisions, it is always so much better to do it sooner than later.

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40 Replies to “Business Tips: Selling Everything to Travel the World | Meeting With a VaynerMedia Employee”

  1. I don't know what exactly it is, But the way Gary treated her is not even like an employee. This video struck me as I see the deeper caring Gary side. I just love it. And sure would replicate the respect you've done here. Thank you for being here to inspire me and everyone here in this era.

  2. What a great boss. Garyvee truly cares about his employees. Very rare these days to find a work environment that employer cares about their employees.

  3. I was watching Warren Buffett’s HBO documentary and he said

    “the chains of habit are too light to feel until they are too heavy to be broken.”

    I don’t remember if that was his quote or if he was quoting someone else. However, it is TRUTH!

    Good luck to her!

  4. The whole "I don't believe in this whole graduate, get a job thing…" thing is a smoke screen for "I don't know what to do with myself, I 'm lost and lack direction, possibly have fomo from all the IG influencers I follow."
    Having travelled a bunch and met a lot of people who are/have travelled, it's almost always the case that person is just putting off making a decision.
    But I guess you can't know that until you go through it.

  5. I'm amazed at how supportive Gary V was. Told her to go do it and that there was always a spot for her at Vayner if she wanted it she she got back. Did I hear that right? Yeah I did… amazing.

  6. As my plans to travel started to manifest (i.e. buying plane tickets) I started to see some content from Gary saying 20 year olds like me should go travel. I had already moved back in with my Dad and was working as many hours as I could for 6 months to try to save money. The entire time most of my family was telling me I shouldn't do it and that school is a safer option. I think I would've gone anyway but it made it much easier to have someone I consider a mentor pushing me to follow my gut.

  7. Ive been travelling around for the past year and am continuing to do so this year into next. Sometimes it feels like putting the focus away from my career to do this is the wrong thing to be doing, but then I remember I have so much damn time to move up in my career, and that traveling may not directly help my career now but in the future it will. Ive been an Animator for the past 4 years. Learning and seeing new things are never a a bad thing in the creative industry. Just like you always say Gary, Patience and focus on the long term.

  8. 3:273:56 Ive watched this several times and I still don't understand, like I know it's just do what you want to do. But what is it that we get taught?What way are we learning? Trying to wrap my head around that but can't seem to. Anybody that understood please share some light! I'd appreciate it!

  9. YES. I'm 23 and quitting my first corporate job after college was the best decision i've ever made. i traveled the world and not only explored, but was able to find myself and now i know what i truly want to do. love this.

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