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

  1. The best thing i took away is that 'ideas are shit execution is the game' i have literally got no money at the moment and have taken on debt to learn about property and start my first property business. I currently have got an exam tomorrow for university but i literally have no passion for that and will not be turning up. My family may be angry at me but i have to live my life and make my own decisions to get to where I want to be which will eventually benefit them anyway.

  2. Gary Vee! You're such a fux*ing G!
    I don't know myself I'm 21 but I bet at 23 everybody will be talking about me!
    See I like to rhyme I'm just not good at making songs
    Or maybe that's just how I feel when I've hit too many bongs.
    Most times I'm insecure about everything I say
    And this only started happening after highschool, almost each and every day.
    I miss being a kid, back when everything was okay,
    Now everything is everything just with money in the way.
    Temptation is a bitch and I'm sorry if I offend any women
    I just don't think I'll get rich if I keep doing what I'm doin' .
    I can't tell you what I'm doing, as much as I wish I could
    But that won't stop me from doing what I should.
    I can't stay the same, everyday I have to change
    And challenge myself to change my ways
    And channel my rage to breaking this cage
    That has got me locked down like ink on a page.
    I need to be free, no matter my age
    So I can be me no matter the wage.
    I'm a South African kid, born and bred,
    Not always had bread but when we looked up we were fed.
    Looking up till my head hurt now I'm fed up instead
    But right before I look down you make me hold up my head.
    Instead of looking up, I'm looking at consistency
    I can see my future if I live consistently.
    But goodbye for now, I will be back
    Maybe with a poem or maybe a track
    For when you feel good or if you feel wack
    I know I'm not Gary but cut me some slack!
    -Dear Loot

  3. My impression was we are become mentally lazy everyday and create or just document scare us. We need our imagination flying as in the past, before being reactive people on the phones.

  4. The biggest take away was those simple words- Ideas are shit, execution is the game.
    We all can make a better burger than McDonalds or subway, The only thing that matters here is they are executing it as very fast. A chained very fast service does wonders.

  5. Biggest takeaway is: Stop thinking and start doing. When I think about the ideas I have, it always falls into the “am I good enough? Is this going to work? How do I start? What do I need to do this? Am I going to make a fool of myself if I do this, and it fails? If so do I really care about looking a fool if it fails?” Instead of trapping myself inside my thoughts, I need to start executing. Fuck what the others think, fuck how I look if it doesn’t work. Just do it, maybe it works, maybe it doesn’t. If it doesn’t then I’ve learned a hell of a lot. If it does then fuck yeah, keep pushing. Keep it rolling.

    Gary you’re a hell of an inspiration. Especially to people like me who are sometimes afraid to show who the fuck I really am. I watch your videos, along with others like Tom Bilyeu and Tony Robbins, and you guys speak the words to give me the courage to stand up and start doing something.

    As a line cook for 5 years, I realize I don’t want to do this. Cooking for people is an honest hard working trade. But I know in my heart and in my soul I am meant to help people in a much grander way. So thank you!

  6. Using other peoples ideas, past experiences and knowledge to not only expand your own mind through the conversation but generating content. Put yourself out there, the rest will be history

  7. "People aren't starting. They're not making. They're just thinking. They're pondering, they're strategizing
    , they're debating" Just got to do it at all times. This really resonated with me. Documenting the process and being honest about where you are instead of trying to present what you want to be. This is what Im going to take on

  8. The biggest takeaway we got from this video is to remember 3 things in everything we do:

    1. What Am I Selling?

    2. How Can I Package This?

    3. How Do I Put That Into Business Terms?

    …otherwise, there really is no conversation.

  9. Hello Gary I really like how you explain that you dont have to be a creator to capture good content. You can capture stories from other people, or pictures of public places. You just have to be TRYING. Lots of people have ideas but few take action. Action is what got Gary to who he is today.

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