Business Tips: How One Video Can Change Your Life

Business Tips: How One Video Can Change Your Life

Awesome Tip: How One Video Can Change Your Life

Really happy that I got to sit down with Taylor, that many of you know from “The Ultimate Advice For Every 20 Year Old”, which was a snippet from an episode of #AskGaryVee that went viral. I really think that this video provides value that will be massively impactful for 98% of the 22 year olds to 30 year olds watching this video.

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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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28 Replies to “Business Tips: How One Video Can Change Your Life”

  1. I loved watching this but um…if you need to help someone out for 2019, can you please tell Facebook to let me have an account? -_- I've commented on a few other videos of yours about the same thing basically.

  2. Wow! This is an awesome video. I got inspired and felt the connection. Hi Gary, this is Rio, 22 years old. I was born and raised in the Philippines but currently living here in USA right after I graduated in college. I majored Tourism Management and work in different hotels, I am so passionate working in the industry because I love helping other people but after awhile I got tired and felt that I can do more. So I just started my YouTube channel where I do travel videos to help other travelers to make the most value out of their money. I also make videos about how I got the opportunity to live and work here in America because I know a lot of people dream about coming here and I wanna share my experiences to them and inspiring them to take actions on their dreams. In 14 days, I will be turning 23 years old and I really want to have a business. I am kind of stuck on what business should I do/build that can help other people but at the same time I don't want them to think that I want to help them just because of money. I mean, who am I for them to pay where they can pay somebody else who's already establish you know what I mean so I don't know how I can monetize my ideas or skills. Thank you so much and hope I can meet you in person someday!

  3. Yes I love what he says. You can’t be paying attention to what others do an you don’t because other people has more and are famous and that cant bother you you have to live your life and putting energy in your progress than other people. And be careful with Instagram for this kind of problems that can generate anxiety.

  4. Thank you Gary V — We all know this .. but we need to remind ourselves. " other peoples voices don't matter" I am not a millennial but I gave birth to 2 — all that angst that Taylor has … I have FOR them ! — I write and beg. I have written you .. IGNORE … I wrote MarK Cuban ..( he wrote me back and 5 minutes ) I write everybody begging them to HIRE my boys … haha They Hate me for it. They want me to leave them alone. I have angst for THEM … All these young bucks making it big off an idea … I want my millennials to get going !!!! I feel like they are behind … ( thank you Kylie and your lip smacker ! ) It's funny because my millennial is quiet. No bravado, no braggadosho … cool, quiet (add in respectful, kind, insightful, emotionally intelligent) but jeeezz no room for that on a resume.

    Let me tell you something …. I wrote Mark Cuban and asked him to give my son a job ( I said please )
    I said – "do you have a job for my son?"
    He immediately wrote back and said ….

    " No, I don't"

    " He doesn't need the perfect job. He just needs a job. He spent 4 years paying to "learn" No matter what job he gets, as long as he uses it as a way to learn – He will be getting paid to LEARN –

    "Most new grads forget that being GREAT at ANY job is a stepping stone to being great at a job they will LOVE" I love MarK Cuban …
    thought I would pass along this beautiful quote from Mark …
    I think I am going to write a book about trying NOT to love your kids so much. Staying out of their shit. Let them scrape, Let them fall, Let them struggle, Let them fail … that is TRUE love. lol I am a true Millennial MOM … I wonder why my intelligent son hasn't started his first company yet … I mean he's just graduating college this month, jeeez he's 22 !!!

    Gary V, do you have a job for my son ?

  5. So Gary, What is your advice on a 47 to be single mum who still have the entrepreneurial dream, after 10 years being a full time mum, tried many different things, never gone very far, one thing I know that I didn’t stick to one thing long enough, took on something in Oct., last year , a commission based very high end product, grinding until now, made “0” dollar, while stressing out of making ends meet and not willing to let go of some of the stuff that I enjoy, I am still grinding, but I don’t have 20 years for me to achieve my goals, I like to retire by age 55, guess just grinding is not going to work for me.

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