Business Tips: THE ARCHITECT AND THE MASON | DailyVee 017

Business Tips: THE ARCHITECT AND THE MASON | DailyVee 017

Awesome Tip: THE ARCHITECT AND THE MASON | DailyVee 017



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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: THE ARCHITECT AND THE MASON | DailyVee 017”

  1. So already seeing results in my growth on social overall and in business thanks to not just the great social insight but inspiration to work harder and harder. I think seeing as these videos are so old. I will keep commenting on my results and as you follow this series you can read how i progress over this time. it will take me about 6-12 months to catch up on all the epic Gary content…… maybe more depends on time available.

  2. I so wish your Mom would do your show…. she is amazing and I know that just because of how you talk about her… your love is that example… Have a great day Gary!

  3. What I learned: Don't wait until you've 'become it' before you start documenting. Share the journey, the questions, the sleepless nights, the victories, the hustle. And tell the world the truth. Thanks Gary!

  4. Just when I think Gary can't possibly connect with me any deeper, he drops Tony Hawk's name. I grew up idolizing him and Rodney Mullen. PS just bought crush it, jab jab, and thank you economy. Your content is currently the only stuff I'm consuming…gotta flip the switch to producer

  5. I think it's funny you mentioned the sick day. I'm not at school right now because I'm watching these videos. You're the best. Watching from the start every DailyVee while I paint. Phones acting strange but I'll add you on Snapchat and send you picture soon.

  6. Looks like one of the meeting rooms you can be assigned when you need to talk to Gary is called "Elevator and Street on the way Taxi", that's good 🙂

  7. I truly love this series it's nothing but pure motivation!! After seeing your work ethic I stopped leaving work early & I'm focused on starting up a side hustle after work & on my single day off each week thanks a lot Gary!!

  8. How interesting it is to watch these DailyVees and listen to what Gary has to say. The part in the beginning where he is talking about documenting your process is something we have done, or at least in our own way, on our bartending and travel experiences. It is not just motivational to watch these but also inspiring to force ourselves to step it up a notch. Thank you for the great content, Gary & Crew.

  9. The part when you talk about documenting your journey now really hit me. I'm an emerging designer and I want to show my journey to success, my late nights doing patterns, cutting & sewing. Working two jobs and still finding the time to work on my passion.

    I love listening to your content! Thank you for all of your straight forward inspiration.

  10. If we had the ability to see when Vera Wang started learning how to make dresses, wouldn't that ruin the secret sauce behind the Vera and her talents? Would everybody be making Vera Wang dresses?

  11. Really enjoyed this episode. Discovered you through London Real and feeling super inspired to push my business's social channels more. I've got your audio book now and have spent the last couple of days planning and creating social content, I'm looking forward to putting it into action ASAP. Thanks for your energy!

  12. your phone call in the first 2 minutes might as well have been with me and it's the vera wang analogy that really let it sink in, which is if I truly believe that one day I will dominate the industry then I should be documenting how I did it starting 10 years ago being the best time but NOW being the second best.

  13. #AskGaryVee

    Can you elaborate on this (1:002:00) more? Why and how someone should document their journey and how they can find the way they want to communicate to the world, instead of waiting to become it before they can talk about it?

    (In my case, I'm a student majoring in graphic/product design and trying to wuzzle that passion with a passion for storytelling.)

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