Business Tips: You Have More Power Than You Realize | GaryVee Audio Experience with Dr. Mark Hyman

Business Tips: You Have More Power Than You Realize | GaryVee Audio Experience with Dr. Mark Hyman

Awesome Tip: You Have More Power Than You Realize | GaryVee Audio Experience with Dr. Mark Hyman

On this episode of the GaryVee experience, Gary is joined by VaynerSpeakers client Dr. Mark Hyman. Dr. Hyman is an American physician, New York Times best-selling author and public figure. Gary and Dr. Hyman have a really in-depth conversation around the current state of the food industry, the impact it is having on people’s health, and what you can do at the individual level to change your habits and help yourself longterm. Check out the timestamps in the comments for the full list of topics covered in the conversation… Enjoy!

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33 Replies to “Business Tips: You Have More Power Than You Realize | GaryVee Audio Experience with Dr. Mark Hyman”

    0:30 – Introduction to Mark
    6:00 – Marks’ take on the current state of food/health
    9:10 – Things that everyone needs to think about/be accountable for
    14:30 – America should be stricter
    16:40 – The problem with no accountability
    18:40 – How do we get people to actually change
    20:30 – Something terrible everyone should stop using
    26:24 – The best thing to consistently eat
    29:00 – Guilt is a bad strategy
    33:25 – Why does nobody see the “doomsday” problem
    39:00 – Is “health food” actually healthy?
    45:00 – The problem with how food is made

  2. Interesting that he mentioned glyphosate in impossible and it causing cancer, but not that beef causes cancer. Really makes no sense why he wouldn't be 100% plant based if truly in this for health and environmental reasons.

  3. We all need to be moving towards these ends. Wow this is one of the most truthful, substantive, mature and salient conversation I heard around these topics from bad food is the main culprit of chronic health disease and how to reform yourself to not be a capitalist-sociopath, but someone who can make a reasonable profit, while not destroying people financial abilities, their lives and the integrity of their mind/thinking, by not destroying the land/our natural resources/ecosystems/environments. He messed up a wonderful conversation with "we need to get more dictatorship" though. I don't support or concur with that part of the conversation.

  4. Gary, I love you, lol……..BUT in these instances you really just need to SHUT THE FUCK UP! ……..If you're going to interrupt someone, INVITE "Dame Dash" on your show and let's see how far that goes, lol. Again, LOVE YOU!

  5. The hypocrisy of this guy… Our free will is being usurped… People should go to jail for not agreeing with my policy ideas… Advertising of these tech companies is bad… I am selling a book on these platforms… In other words, anyone who thinks differently than him should be silenced or fined/persecuted. Fascism.

  6. Hello there it's nice to see you starting to interview others #GaryVee very much appreciated and i love these type of videos the most you can find me on or by viewing all of my links at as you may know i started my own digital media company where i decided to turn myself into the star of my own empire and dynasty/legacy to learn more about me or to reach out to me you can do so by emailing me at or by phone at +

  7. Hi @GaryVee not/never have been, a big fan of your style. At least you have stopped cursing to get attention (ripped off from @gordonramsy). This interview is interesting however, due to your choice of guest. Well done.

  8. Gary-you bring invaluable benefits, becoming an innovator in the field of digital marketing and social networks. Your efforts to develop the entrepreneurial community of the world are colossal. Cool presentations at international conferences on entrepreneurship and technology.

  9. Informative and enjoyable. As a prison wife whose special need's husband was beaten up last week, I absolutely agree that food affects moods. Our ultimate goal is to buy land and grow our own food! I missed out on my 20's because doctors kept telling me that I'd be dead by 30 from a heart defect and kept drugging me up! Now I'm nearing 41 and though nutrition is a struggle due to financial struggle, it's still better than treating symptoms with pills. I gained a lot from this episode and will be applying it in the near future. Blessings ~

  10. Great information, but so hard to follow with the crazy amount of interruption. Gary’s an inspirational guy and does a lot of good to highlight important topics, but the level of interruption in this interview is tantamount to censorship. Unintentional censorship, sure – it’s obviously not deliberate – but censorship all the same. Props to Mark Hyman for having the humility to stick to his message despite being so persistently interrupted.

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