Business Tips: Thank You Dad, I love you

Business Tips: Thank You Dad, I love you

Awesome Tip: Thank You Dad, I love you


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37 Replies to “Business Tips: Thank You Dad, I love you”

  1. Gary, you are awesome for the love you give Dad. I own a motorcycle dealership in Sacramento CA, and started it 15 years ago with my 8 year old son. We are inseparable, and have the same love that you and your Dad have. I love seeing the success and love all together in 1 package. By the way, My wife is a Russian/Ukrainian that came when she was 24… and I am a Brit Immigrant that speaks Russian. 1 son flies search and rescue in the Navy, and the other is in med school, and helps with the growing motorcycle companies. Both speak Russian, and are great guys….. just like YOU. All of Gods blessings upon you. You have Lucky Proud Parents.

  2. How does this not have millions of views?.. you all think that Gary's legacy is about the "hustle", and hard work? the "bravado"?… you know what? I think maybe even he thinks that too.. but THIS – this video.. this message, is the true great legacy that Gary has to give to the world. A message of pure love and gratitude for your close ones. And I have cried all through it, not only because it's so moving and emotional, but also because I have to admit – in no shape or form am I close to having such an intimate or appreciative relationship with my parents. I envy you with all my heart, Gary.

  3. I just finished watching this and felt like I had to put this out there… I should have discovered you earlier Gary. My mother passed away this summer and my great regret was not to have acted earlier and with stronger intention to be able to build up my dreams and tell her how much I am grateful for everything she did. Don't wait until it's too late to start doing. The ones that mean the most to you will not be around forever. Don't live with this on your shoulders. I started with some vids that look like crap and I sound like crap but I'll look back at them in 2 years and have a good laugh at myself. Just go out there, do shit and grow.

  4. watching this hit so close to home Gary like for real. made me tear up about my time with my father. my dad was diagnosed with ALS 3 years ago. I want to sustain his legacy because I know his days are numbered. his positivity and determination to wake up every day with a positive mental attitude even though he knows his days are numbered is the single most driving force to stay strong in what I do with my life and allows me to appreciate every single second I have on this earth!!

  5. This is amazing. As a second generation in business like you Gary I understand your fears you had in 90's so well. It is so tough to explain what its like being second generation, most people think it's so easy and a cake walk, when it is anything but. This video hits home hard. Loved it.

  6. I lost my father 2 years ago almost to the day…I feel like I had just started to get to know him, and this hits home so much…when he said he used to think he was 90% mom, 10% dad but it's just because he didn't know him….I had the same thoughts growing up and it's only been in the past 2 years prior to my dad passing that I realized it was just because I didn't know him.

    Great video, thanks for this…

  7. Gary you have a great relationship with your dad, and I love that you are taking the time to let him know how you feel. I also know how much credit you give to your parents on your show all the time.
    My father is no longer with me, and I hope that I can be like you, and make my Dad proud by working hard and helping others. The best way I can honor my father's legacy, is to have my own legacy. and that's what this video has taught me.

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