Business Tips: Your Life Goal Never Changes | DailyVee 448

Business Tips: Your Life Goal Never Changes | DailyVee 448

Awesome Tip: Your Life Goal Never Changes | DailyVee 448

Loved getting to spend some time in Ft. Lauderdale for this keynote as well as a few meetings. Let me know what you guys thought of this episode of DailyVee and it being a bit longer than normal! 😉

Also, big thank you to the group of influencers that I got to sit down and chat with:
Maickel Melamed –
Gatales –
Samar Yorde –
Guillermo Rodríguez Navarrete –
Michelle Lewin –
Gabriela Isler –
Erika De La Vega –

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Gary Vaynerchuk is a serial entrepreneur and the CEO and founder of VaynerMedia, a full-service digital agency servicing Fortune 500 clients across the company’s 4 locations. Gary is also a prolific public speaker, venture capitalist, 5-time New York Times Bestselling Author, and has been named to both Crain’s and Fortune’s 40 Under 40 lists.

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22 Replies to “Business Tips: Your Life Goal Never Changes | DailyVee 448”

  1. @garyvee in the meeting where you are speaking with several influencers, you mention that perhaps your company has too much kindness, that people were let off unaware because they hadn't received feedback sooner that something was wrong.

    From content of your's that I've consumed, i doubt you'd want to read the book "Radical Candor" by Kim Scott but I'd suggest inviting her to come speak at your headquarters. The premise of the book is about finding a way to challenge employees directly while caring personally. She shares a lot of stories similar to what you mentioned where employees needed to fix how they were performing but because employers cared too much, were too nice, the employees never received that feedback. She also shares your views on steve job's management style. I think her message would really resonate with your team at VaynerMedia.

    So much love to you man, your content is really stirring up something in me to take my next step forward. Keep posting!

  2. I keep calculating what to ask Gary when I meet him but he keeps blowing my mind and I realize just listen and learn. Fuck my questions.

  3. Gary, over the past year of watching your content, I dropped out of college to pursue my dreams in music production and marketing, started my youtube (which is helping a couple people), started my podcast (which is changing my life), and i'm happy as fuck (which helps me get more shit done). Thank you you're the best mentor EVER. I love you. – Jordan

  4. Who is the gentleman setting next to Gary at the beginning of the episode? Haha Gary ate off his plate, so I'm assuming they have a good working relationship? I thought that was funny!

  5. I agree with the guy below and I think Babin is asking the right questions when he selects the few that Gary answers in the back seat. This was a great episode.

  6. There is something meta about Gary and his content. How many of you have ever been watching this show, or #askgaryvee, or one of his original pieces than get notifications on another platform that he just posts and its something that you have literally been contemplating to yourself? That shit has happen to me a couple of times already. Question to the community, I have two “brands” (idk if I would call them that) one of them is documenting my life and the other is video game content in terms of Playthroughs, a podcast, etc. The video stuff I keep separate (youtube and facebook) but its been really tough to manage 2 different social media accounts on all of the platforms. They are both all around me but two different worlds. Keep them separate or just join them together? Thank you everyone.

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