Business Tips: Advice to a Young Man That Many of You Need

Business Tips: Advice to a Young Man That Many of You Need

Awesome Tip: Advice to a Young Man That Many of You Need



I gave this advice to one great kid on growing his personal brand and social media influence .. I just wanted most of you to hear it too

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22 Replies to “Business Tips: Advice to a Young Man That Many of You Need”

  1. Thanks for the video I love how the advices are all connected to my Korean army exp

    What I took away was first going through the process with your audience. I feel like this applies to my experience as well. So often we try to be fancy and show the world the best and helpful stuff we can offer when it's okay just to be real even if the current you is not so appealing. I mean for example I'm in the korea army and before I was charged into service not knowing the language so I thought I had to be fancy and fun to get along with everyone but after 6 months I realized it was unnecessary cuz turns out no matter how fun you are people can still hate you. After realizing my error I just kept being real and guess what the grumpy people who I thought would hate me were fine with that too. Sure there were some who didn't like me after that but even in the tough army I realized perfection and being the best all the time was impossible. Which brings me to my second takeaway.

    Just Create. Now here's the issue I was extremely bad at korean back then so I had nothing to talk about ,I was always afraid to talk fearing one stupid comment could ruin me so I had to be funny and silly to get by so people dont hate me cuz in here if someone hates you they can ruin your army experience either by not helping or alerting you of shit which is a huge deal here or alerting the captain or fellow comrades if he or she finds something dirty about you. . But when I just decided to be real and just talk about anything everything was fine.

    Lastly Knowing yourself. Being you vs being who you should be. I tried so hard to be who I wasn't to the point I went to the hospital due to all the stress damaging my body physically. It took knowing what I can do or handle and accepting myself that I realized how true this advice was and how helpful it's been to me since. Now I still struggle with this cuz I want to be good with words and constantly be fun. But accepting what I can't control and focusing on being real has helped me so much to overcome extreme tough times that it's now my greatest quality.

    It's amazing how these advices can be applied outside of content making and I'm grateful to have gone through these tough times to be better. Tackling the Hard and the Tough has really changed my way of thinking and I hope to apply all this when I get back to society.

  2. Great video, very kind of you Gary to share from a private meeting.
    I've been starting to watch you some more and I really appreciate the authenticity.
    It gives me that drive to go and do what I'm trying to do.
    I know I'm not an entrepreneur or a content creator so I'm not going to focus on that, but I do know I haven't been putting in the work even though I've been working from 9 to 9 every day. I love what I'm doing just like you always say. My number take away is I should be automating a system that puts me in a position to do what I need/want to do more often. I shouldn't have to consciously think of it rather I should develop patterns that I can place myself in to perpetuate a working attitude and session. I am going to keep that in mind so thank you.

  3. Biggest takeaway:

    Stop trying to find the next Facebook and just throw everything against the wall. Keep doing this until something sticks and then build on top of that.

  4. 1st BIGGEST TAKEAWAY: "Ideas are shit, Execution is the game" you are dead right about how lots of us are being caught up in the thinking process, wondering, planning strategies instead of just doing. Which brings me to changing my perspective about creating content from the top down instead of building from the bottom up. That just blew my mind.

    2nd BIGGEST TAKEAWAY: Making the decision of being REAL to myself instead of trying to be someone I wish I was. Sharing my process from the place I´m at instead of the place I wish I was. Just being honest with myself and start from there.

    I was just talking about making the decision of fully committing to my instincts of what feels right for me right now, which is fully committing to my YouTube Channel, a project that I love and that is actually starting to grow; instead of what I think was the best or what had to be according to society, and then this video came across. Life is a very beautiful thing.

    Thank you for sharing yourself, Gary.

  5. "Document verses create"
    This had me going…I'm gonna try something…if I can do it right…I will find this video, come back to my comment and edit it to show what I did.

    PS: Gary…Love from India

  6. loved this! My biggest takeaway is to stop thinking, debating, strategising and just do. My opinion is that most people are too afraid of failing, so they overcompensate with trying to devise the best possible start strategy to what they think they want to do. We're trying to contrive things instead of being ourselves and make things happen authentically and naturally. People are attracted to authenticity and when you're real, you pull an audience.

  7. Honestly the number one thing I took away was document vs create. At this stage i have more issuea with marketing than anything. And this showed its more simpler than i am making it. I talk about my business all the time and i can just convert that to 7-10 post a day and start marketing. Thank you!

  8. The biggest take away for me is document over create man that’s my problem I think to much I need to do more and keep growing to the point on I create a process that allows me to document and create without friction

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