Business Tips: The Secret Behind My Energy | DailyVee 386

Business Tips: The Secret Behind My Energy | DailyVee 386

Awesome Tip: The Secret Behind My Energy | DailyVee 386

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I’m realizing that the secret behind my energy, drive, and overall motivation to do stuff just comes from optimism and a huge lack of negativity. I’m always looking at the upside to things, which pushes me to do more, deploy kindness, be grateful…

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46 Replies to “Business Tips: The Secret Behind My Energy | DailyVee 386”

  1. Thank you I am more grateful towards you because I can recognize that all the shit my parents complain about is just pessimism and misery loves company. I can separate what I know how lucky I am to just be alive experience everything and all my parents can recognize is how unfair their life is because they compare themselves to other people. stop it with the excuses and fucking do something about be humble and grateful move forward recognize you have 2 awesome kids in this world and be grateful

  2. Gary, I like a lot of your content and your hussle philosophy etc. However, considering you have access to so much data, you really need to do more research on life itself.
    You will come back. As a person dude, not as a tree.
    This is real hidden knowledge that is out there if you look.
    You don't even need to believe it, but you are a spiritual being just like everyone one else on this planet. You inhabit a body and after death you will eventually reinhabit another body.
    What people do, and how they act, does have consequences, both for others and themselves in future lives.
    So get a grip and don't fall for the one-life shit that has only become a relatively recent "belief" or indoctrination over the past 125 years.
    You and 99.999% of everyone on this plabet will reincarnate as a person.
    Do your own research before you throw this concept away.
    Yours humbly.

  3. Hey Gary! The one thing that I don’t understand is when do you find time to relax or do something fun that is not business related? I find myself needing time off just to get back into the game. I want to focus 100 on the work but it doesn’t work like that, I feel my mind and body telling me to rest. Do you feel the same?

  4. Your energy is great and I'm super excited about the concept of deploying more optimism. My energy has definitely gone down over the years and it's probably losing some of that optimism. I'm bringing that back in 2018.

  5. Gary, the more of your content that I consume, the more that my own energy is reflecting yours! What a start to 2018. Thank you for your great content Sir, best of luck to you in 2018! Will be reaching out with a business idea once it's fully formulated and ready to discuss, hoping we can work on this together. Cheers!

  6. Again it comes down to your mindset, it all boils down to that. I know this so I'm working on it, not easy as it sounds to just "change your mindset" but that is the answer so however you go about doing that whether it may be through the vehicle of "perspective", "gratitude" etc…a change of mindset is the destination.

  7. Really interesting point stuck out to me: Funnels. 
    How much time do you guys spend thinking about making funnels ethical and voluntary choice versus a "scheme" that the consumer falls for in the moment. Something along the lines would they still buy/want it if they spent 2 hours, 2 days, 2 weeks thinking about it etc.

  8. Im lucky that optimism comes naturally to me too; at times people resent it; find me not a realist. However I agree that it propels me forward; and fuels me in high times & low times. Thanks for inspiring me/re-affirming that OPTIMISM = GOOD

  9. I fucking love you Gary! Couldn’t be more grateful that I found you and that you care enough about us all to share your beliefs and content without asking for anything but “attention” in return. I’ve learned so much from you and you just fire me the fuck up day in and day out! And I think it’s fucking awesome you’re super into rap music and actually understand that it has changed the world. You’re the fucking man brotha! Thank you for everything!

  10. I agree with Susan too Gary, I'd say it's taken me two or more decades of hard work and consistent efforts to become positive 80% to 90% of the time. That said, I can topple into a dark place in a single day simply by focusing on what I'm unhappy or dissatisfied with in my life. I could easily flip from very positive to very negative in seconds to minutes. The thing that makes me able to stay positive is that after decades of effort I have the self-awareness to recognize that I have a choice to focus on the negative or the positive, simple. When something bad happens, really bad, I still get upset and hopeless, but after a day or two in a low funk, I get tired of feeling like my life sucks and choose to bounce back by focusing on the equally true positive things in my life.

    It's ironic that virtually every invention I have comes from my natural "negative" tendency to see problems, then invent solutions. So, without that natural tendency, I wouldn't have that which brings me more joy than anything else in my life.


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