Business Tips: #AskGaryVee Episode 122: What I Would Do If I Was Graduating College Today

Business Tips: #AskGaryVee Episode 122: What I Would Do If I Was Graduating College Today

Awesome Tip: #AskGaryVee Episode 122: What I Would Do If I Was Graduating College Today



#QOTD: What is your favorite email list that you’re on right now? Not of all time, right now.

#TIMESTAMPS
2:29 – If you were a college graduate today and didn’t have your family business, how would you handle the job market?
10:26 – We are planning a summit in September. Without having a big following or brand equity, how do we approach companies to participate?
13:02 – When are you going to make an app? And what would it be like? Why not have a jab jab jab app?
15:47 – How should small businesses be using Snapchat?
17:42 – In your first book, you talked about letting your audience decide if they want to get to you know more rather than persuading them. But when it comes to email marketing, how do you make connections without be too persuasive?

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Gary Vaynerchuk builds businesses. Fresh out of college he took his family wine business and grew it from a $3M to a $60M business in just five years. Now he runs VaynerMedia, one of the world’s hottest digital agencies. Along the way he became a prolific angel investor and venture capitalist, investing in companies like Facebook, Twitter, Tumblr, Uber, and Birchbox before eventually co-founding VaynerRSE, a $25M angel fund.

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45 Replies to “Business Tips: #AskGaryVee Episode 122: What I Would Do If I Was Graduating College Today”

  1. fucking love you gary. You've been fucking getting me in gear in 2019. I've been doing my shit every fucking day for years but in 2019 it's been every fucking day all fucking day. and it's gonna stay that way. period. thanks homie.

  2. I love your show, you put out so much value. Thank you.
    I don't have any favorite email list right now, for some reason I don't follow up anymore. I'm not getting what I want from them.

  3. Love your content, and was great to meet you in Vancouver. Choosing a favorite email list is tough because most are the same old thing "buy my crap" or hey "buy my buddies crap" so I can get an affiliate commission). So, here's two — Gary Vaynerchuk. and Black Hills Estate Winery.

    I just wrote about this topic: Treat your subscribers how you like to be treated … sound familiar with the golden rule “treat others how you want to be treated”  I think the winning formula to show your subscribers that you value them is to treat them with respect, integrity, honesty, and add value to their lives with the content in your email newsletter.

    http://www.dougmorneau.com/email-marketing/email-newsletter-email-newsletter-lists/?SRC=Gary-Vaynerchuk

  4. HOLY SHIT!
    I had no idea how important me commenting on a video was to you.
    I apologize for the lack of jab's and I'll make sure to comment on every video I watch on this channel* from now on.

  5. Know yourself. Find what your good at and do it. Not if you don’t love doing it obviously. But don’t do something because it’s trendy or people are getting rich doing it. Do what you’re good at!

  6. GREAT tight show! So much content to draw from and help my friends become more LASER FOCUSED on shooting for the moon as they are in that after college environment.

  7. You can tell that during this era of AskGaryVee he had more of a sense seeing the non-obvious clearly in relation to business at the forefront of his mind. Now that social media marketing is more blatant, you can tell Gary isn’t the same in the way he speaks. He needs to get that back and he can. @garyvee

  8. I so agree with you on so many points. The not settling for an okay job!! And I LOVE that you say that college loans are the ulimate racket!! I so 100% agree!!

    I recently wrote about why I'm not going to grad school for that exact reason!!

    https://brynbamber.com/2018/03/04/6-reasons-im-definitely-not-going-to-grad-school/

    PS I'm on Tiny Buddha and Kendrick Shope's email list because I did a guest post with both of them and I'm waiting for my content to come out :). I don't really read their stuff tho…

  9. Love the show, I never really thought of giving information as a jab, but when you put it like that it sort of made sense that it doesn't put you on the defence, so thanks for that. The show was great as always, much love ✌✌

  10. Love it. Slight slant on the Uni /College thing. There are benefits in the Creative fields most notably getting to use Kit you could never afford to use, but make sure you go all in and create as much as you can so that when you leave uni you have valuable stacks of content to show possible investors in your new company or future employees. Also you meet some great people to build a team with then when you leave Uni you can all go in and create a unique business together.

  11. You really made me wanna comment for the first time.

    Here it is:

    I love the conviction in your voice, its certain and grounded, however at the same time the conviction makes me skeptic. But then again every great entrepreneur is a little bit of a skeptic. Anyways, Love the show and love you.

  12. Is there any value on commenting on show from so long ago ? Unless people get a notification that a new user has commented and so interaction occurs or they watch the show again or they get back into #GaryVee if they fell off – who knows ? (except gary of corse !)

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