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

  1. My takeaways: a). sharing my own process and perspectives throughout it is much smarter. I don't need to pretend to be an accomplished and experienced expert. b). instead of just sitting there and dreading to not make good enough content, i got to move and hustle, i got to put in the good work and make the best out of my own surroundings and maybe play different rolls sometimes. c). think like a network and program and produce my stuff the way I find it interesting, maybe even whimsical. d). to get money is not begging for donation but addressing a way of exchange. Thank you, Gary! Very inspiring.

  2. #1 biggest take away is being honest to my self and start doing, so many things were said that resonate with me and i guess a lot of people around the world too, i really believe in keeping my head down and working and this was a major wake up call.
    #2 not to bullshit myself and get hyped up by inspirational talk just to go back to old habits, the aim is to take something out of it and learn.

  3. The one thing I took away is that even though this was made 3 years ago, it's the truest thing I've heard for myself in a while, namely, that putting out content without filtering it and making it perfect is key right now for me, and that I can allow others to be the filter through which i make that content, stories from other people to allow that to flow effortlessly, no wait, I am going to do what I set out to do NOW. There is no use waiting any longer. I am creating an all-EdM brand for myself this summer and seeing how it goes. Raw, unfiltered, unedited. That's the name of the game. SHow them what's real, not what's perfected and edited and made better. No, there's nothing better than right here right now. It's perfect.

  4. The biggest thing I took away from this was what you mentioned about how interviewing people equates to them doing the work for you. That makes sense because you are creating a human interest story, but it is their dialogue that is helping to create it while you are more of a moderator. It makes people feel like they are bringing value and let them see value in themselves and feel like they are a part of your process without having to pay you.

  5. Ok, I think "Ideas are shit, Execution's the game" is an obvious thing each one of us know or know of at least (heard it in some shape or form).. but really comes down to whether you do it or not. For me though, the biggest take away was "If you can't create, facilitate/distribute!" I love that. Keeps the ball rolling and you don't have to lose your shit doing so. If you're stumped about what kind of content to produce then look to the world itself to give it to you! Amazing and so useful! I'm going to start doing that more!

  6. The no 1 takeaway from this video is 'Document over create' trying to create always is so overwhelming for me and it kind of demotivates me sometimes. But here comes the information that I have longed for, THANKS GARRY

  7. Document vs create.. what a game changer. Especially as a creative, I feel the need to design everything to perfection, the pressure to come up with content that people will actually find interesting.. and that’s just in my freelancing. At my 9-5 it’s even worse, which is why I’m telling the team tomorrow that we need to be ‘less fancy’. Great stuff as always

  8. Simple. If I can't create, I will motherfucking facilitate. If I can't get my own ass off the ground, I can try lifting someone elses, and that's easy in my book – I love people, interacting, and helping. This shit solves itself, now just gonna put it to work starting tomorrow. Ground up!
    Thanks Gary,
    With Love, from Latvia

  9. Document > Create. That hit me hard. I have so much footage from over the years of my personal life and stories and friends. I never put it out or shared. I wanted to create some epic video. Instead I believe after watching this just to get it out! Thanks Gary V!

  10. 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.

  11. 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

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