Business Tips: How to Avoid Having a Bad Day | DailyVee 518

Business Tips: How to Avoid Having a Bad Day | DailyVee 518

Awesome Tip: How to Avoid Having a Bad Day | DailyVee 518



Everybody has down days. You need to remind yourself that as long one of the closest people in your life did not die, everything else is a micro loss and should really be treated as one. Almost anything besides death can be fixed or is in your control to do something about, so don’t let the micro losses be the end of you 😉


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40 Replies to “Business Tips: How to Avoid Having a Bad Day | DailyVee 518”

  1. This is so motivational. I fully fall into a down day often because of small things that happen, but over the past year I've been taking your advice and making way less excuses for my own choices. I feel like I'm coming out of my old way of thinking and adopting a new perspective, so thank you for telling it how it is and not how people wish it was. It's so rare these days among all the BS of the world. Thanks.

  2. I never have a bad day because I'm so goddamn grateful. I fled a country in war, became homeless, have a broken family and I still got the chance to start a Youtube channel in a peaceful country and make money with my job just helping people. The time we live in is so amazing, so many beautiful things and opportunities. You could like this comment, we could have a conversation and now 2 people made a connection out of nowhere. If you use context then you will always go back to your reference and completely remove bad days out of your life.

  3. Good stuff Gary! I try to avoid bad days by trying to perform the same on bad days as I do on good days. (I am a 24yr old Entrepreneur from Amsterdam running a 25+ person agency. I recently started with weekly content on my YouTube, documenting the journey. Would appreciate if you could check it out and give feedback) Happy Holidays!

  4. Please read this. It might be long but worth it 🙂
    I'm 14 years old. I'm a student. I rarely have "bad days". My school starts at 7:30 and bus arrives at 6:45. I wake up at 5:15. I jog about 6 kms every morning. It actually helps. Early morning when everybody is sleeping, you're working on yourself. It gives you a feeling of a leader. It also impresses people which motivates you to do the thing you're doing more. Also, waking up early doesn't change your routine cause you would be sleeping anyways.

  5. I have to disagree… there’s no such thing as a bad day. What you may perceive as “bad” is always something good in disguise. We are just not able to see this right away because we have been brought up in a fear based society

  6. "I do like a little bit of pain … because I think it's appropriate for my ambition" … GREAT way to word it. So many people want it fast and without paying the proper dues. That's just not how things work. If you want big things, you have to realize that some hiccups along the way are a necessary part of the process.

  7. Bad Experiences are a good thing. Even though no-one wants them, they are inevitable… So you have to learn how to take about the good lessons and value from the bad experiences rather than roll up in a corner and cry about it. (As long as it is not Family related of course)

  8. Cool advice, somehow reminds me also of his London video where he warned people not to overthink. Like when GaryVee negotiates, sends some documents in and then whether the client finally carries on or decides to cut ties isn't up to Gary.

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