Business Tips: Who Decides the Definition of Success?

Business Tips: Who Decides the Definition of Success?

Awesome Tip: Who Decides the Definition of Success?

Success doesn’t always take the form of money or fame or buying “fancy” things – there are multiple ways to win.

The key is deciding what “winning” means to you, and navigating your life around that!

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Gary Vaynerchuk is the chairman of VaynerX, a modern-day media and communications holding company and the active CEO of VaynerMedia, a full-service advertising agency servicing Fortune 100 clients across the company’s 4 locations.

In addition to VaynerMedia, VaynerX also includes Gallery Media Group, which houses women’s lifestyle brand PureWow and men’s lifestyle brand ONE37pm. In addition to running VaynerMedia, Gary also serves as a partner in the athlete representation agency VaynerSports, cannabis-focused branding and marketing agency Green Street and restaurant reservations app Resy.

Gary is a board/advisory member of Ad Council and Pencils of Promise, and is a longtime Well Member of Charity:Water.

Gary is a highly sought after public speaker, a 5-time New York Times bestselling author, as well as a prolific angel investor with early investments in companies such as Facebook, Twitter, Tumblr, Venmo, and Uber.

Gary is currently the subject of DailyVee, an online documentary series highlighting what it’s like to be a CEO and public figure in today’s digital world, as well the host of The GaryVee Audio Experience, a top 100 global podcast, and host of #AskGaryVee, a business and advice Q&A show which can be found on both YouTube and Facebook.

Gary also appeared as judge in Apple’s first original series “Planet of the Apps” alongside Gwyneth Paltrow, Jessica Alba and

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28 Replies to “Business Tips: Who Decides the Definition of Success?”

  1. "How long do you have to do it for free?"

    Forever. Entrepreneurs don't do it for money or something immediately in return. We do it for assets. Legacy. Foundation. Being remembered. That is all priceless. That's why we don't work for money. If you don't understand that, get a job.

  2. Hi Garry. I have one very serious question for you. I am 15 years old and studying at school. But I'm studying at school because of my mom just because she wants me to get a certificate. I want to work 80 hours and train in football. But this is hindered by the school. If I told my mom when I wouldn't go to school for her racket and would be very angry about it. Can you give some advice on how to persuade my mom?

  3. I once met a couple and we ended up talking about “success” and I said, one day I will be successful and they said. “Yes, just be patient. Look at us. We are now doing well” and Im pretty sure I make twice their income combined(They earlier told me what they do and never asked me back). Life is really beautiful. Some people define success on their own ways.

  4. Good video. I don't even want to be an entrepreneur. I simply wanted to afford a roof over my head and basically necessity in life. The only problem is that I can't find a job in a technology field because I have a low IQ.

  5. I definitely went against the grain on what people thought I should be doing from not taking a cake walk job on the beach and going with a job a lot more challenging that would lead to more personal and career development.

  6. I had to watch this 2-3 times, as it sooooo relates to me. I just turned 49 and I am changing course, as my career path so farwas determined by my family business. I am also so grateful to Gary for this video, as most of his content relates to a younger audience.

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