Business Tips: Tactical Business Advice to Achieve Long Term Success

Business Tips: Tactical Business Advice to Achieve Long Term Success

Awesome Tip: Tactical Business Advice to Achieve Long Term Success



Making business decisions for short term gain will hurt your company in the long run.

At this private dinner, I did a Q&A with the guests and gave them tactical business advice to the context of their businesses and situations that I think all of you will benefit from too 😉


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Gary Vaynerchuk is the chairman of VaynerX, a modern-day media and communications holding company and the active CEO of VaynerMedia, a full-service advertising agency servicing Fortune 100 clients across the company’s 4 locations.

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30 Replies to “Business Tips: Tactical Business Advice to Achieve Long Term Success”

  1. Completely agree that making sustainable decisions is key in business. After working for McKinsey for 6 years, I decided to start a YouTube channel to share my experiences in business. Would love you to check it out if you would like to learn from what I experienced!

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  3. I was out surfing for 3 hours yesterday, it felt real… You Should have Said "people believe that internet is the real world" and vice versa. Pretty Stupid content right there to be honest. Just some feedback, . I envy your working class hero ethic though.

  4. I have another question… I do appreciate your message; be authentic, be self-aware, follow your happiness etc etc but do you ever self reflect enough to question why MONEY makes you the happiest? and why allowing/ encouraging others to chase their happiness through the form of money is your goal? isn't that capitalist at its absolute peak? you've internalised the idea that having money (whether or not you are spending it on fancy shit) is the ultimate need for your own happiness (and whether happiness should be the ultimate goal at all is another question). Does it ever worry you that you are asking people to 'be authentic' and expose themselves and yet in china the mass surveillance and knowing of everything is what is terrifying people! It's just a bit ironic. back to the money aspect… to be clear I'm not saying stop being altruistic, stop encouraging people to follow what makes them happy, stop any of the other messages you are promoting I think they are absolutely valid, but why should we be chasing the dollar AT ALL. If you are being brutally honest you are branding the way you are so that you can sell more! You are telling people exactly what they want to hear… they can have money and be happy all by being their true selves, its the capitalist dream. What about all the other things in the world you could do with your skills/ talent and brain! What about the environment? why do you not care? why does money make you happiest? don't bullshit and say its the people or the community! its power because money = power in our society! I still love your messages and the encouragement you give people and the vibe you make people feel!

  5. 30:21 this is just not true. Gary keeps saying this in his speeches but it's not true at all. Many studies have already been done on this. Social media IS making people "fake", or seek validation. Studies have shown that people have improved their mental health, self esteem, etc by deleting their facebook and instagram accounts. Suicide and depression rates are highly correlated with the usage of facebook and instagram. It sucks that Gary keeps pushing this narrative that social media simply just "exposes" who you really are. Not true at all. There are real mental and physiological changes that can be attributed to social media alone.

  6. Gary, This is an excellent tactical conversation. One comment that I really loved and think has great potential for more of your focus. You said "The Quality of your customers matters. The quality of your service matters." the "Short-term" focus/effort from most managers/leaders is a HUGE pitfall for getting the MOST out of people. You Rock!

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