Business Tips: A 50 Second Plea to Every 50 Year Old Out There

Business Tips: A 50 Second Plea to Every 50 Year Old Out There

Awesome Tip: A 50 Second Plea to Every 50 Year Old Out There



PLEASE UNDERSTAND YOU HAVE PLENTY OF TIME TO EXECUTE IN BUSINESS NO MATTER HOW OLD YOU ARE. MAKE ADJUSTMENTS AND ADAPT TO YOUR ENVIRONMENT.

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47 Replies to “Business Tips: A 50 Second Plea to Every 50 Year Old Out There”

  1. So many ways, but the easiest, is multiple streams of income, work until you dont have to, 1. Job, 2. Invest. 3, Flip houses 4. Flip and hold houses when you have enough capital 5. START a business, this is how people get really rich 6. Passive income from Flip and hold ie Landlord. Those are just 6 easy ideas, but the hardest is 5 and where you need mentors. First you need a product, but then you need mentors, like Gary, but more in your life mentors. Or it could be just a low key business to provide near passive income, ie online sales. Everyday Im Hustlin is your new Song Bros and Ladies.

  2. I had a 6 figure income in my 30s, 2 houses and flippin while I worked in my 20s, Catamaran, 2 nice cars by 28yo. Then my woman who did NOTHING to help achieve this wealth took 55%, we werent even married, thats the law here. So I playboyed away another 25% in my early to mid 30s, then I had an accident that left me unable to walk, stuck on pain killers, developed MS, and at 43 I thought whats the point, so for last couple of years Ive been surviving suicide ideation daily. But Im pleased to say thats passed and Im hungry, Ive done it once, I can do it again, plus now all this tech makes things easier. NEVER too old, and if you are you should have pension and enjoy your family and whatever you have, even if its just a budgee, life is beautiful.

  3. I'm 56 and work 12hr shifts to make ends meet, but not getting ahead. I want my children and grandchildren to be proud of me and learn from me, but I'm afraid to take that first step. I have always been afraid to take any steps in the direction you talk of; hard work is all I know. I feel like I would lose everything I have worked for and therein lies the fear.

  4. Gary I am 50, doing my thing…last year started my own PERE investment fund and am putting in the very hard 7/365 work as prescribed…I love all of your content, and you've taught me to use the new social media tools. I'm building content now. IG: investorgirl42. FB: Mohawk Realty Partners. Thank you for reminding me I still have a long way to go, to be patient, grateful and committed. I'm all in, and addicted to your motivational, truth-lined messages. I've shared with my 22-year old son. THANK YOU…THANK YOU…THANK YOU.

  5. you are truly the first person of influence that I can relate to who has actually put a number to a widely forgotten people HAHa specifically Women who find themselves at a point in life although many will not admit it feeling irrelevant. Sure you have a few Women moguls
    No need to name them ..point is it takes someone you can relate to.
    I am naturally a glass have full let's do this person however, once the mind is the sexiest thing you got going it can be intimidating that's a fact. Contrary to belief as we mature confidence can disappeared which is largely due to the media and cultural shift in the last couple of decades. That being said you are as inspiring as Fuck and I am Grateful ..I may not aspire to owning the Jets however, living a life of purpose is clear in your message which is not only Great for
    Me !! but all the other young Women and girls
    Out there that need to know spending 250 or more a month on
    eyeslash extensions gets you nothing but attention for a minute.

  6. OMG! Perfect 50 seconds of my day!! I'm going to play this on repeat. I left my 6 figure job back in August and I turned 50 in October. I'm exactly 6 months into working independently full-time and on Monday will sign my first contract as a consultant doing what I do best. Your shows have kept me focused on getting the work done rather than working on getting down/depressed. You've been my conscience Gary Vee. Thank you. I'M PUMPED!!

  7. This is awesome Gary! I didn't realize you were 41. I am 51 in February, but I don't act it, I'm more like a digital native. I've seen you speak several times and was always impressed and awed with your insights and bravado, now I am inspired. I've been following all of your posts on culture and I can see the Honey Empire is rising. I love all the moves your are making and the energy you expend on your one-on-one efforts! Then, so impressed with your collaborative move to place Claude Silver as Chief Heart Officer. I even love the unique title. Keep crushing it man! Thanks!

  8. For the over 50 crowd…. I came across Gary's "A rant from the heart, hip and head" 2 years ago as I was planning how to start my flea market and it really got to me. I still find it inspiring and this one as well. Watch often and don't forget it! I am not washed up yet, are you?????

  9. I'm only 32, but thank you Gary for this message. Even at my age, I felt like maybe I'm too late to do something else, but I'm gonna keep trying. That way I at least won't regret not trying.

  10. I'm only in my 50 s and feel like I'm 22, I'm expanding my business getting better and better at what I do until I will be far superior to who I am now, on all levels, just having my first child, so many firsts to come as well, I ain't ever going to retire I love my work and living is learning so onward and upwards and here's to another best year ever ahead it's all just a choice away one desicion away and one breathe away just as death is , cause we are either being creative or destructive in each moment , it's all in the perspective, and perspective is all it is

  11. So far, this is my favorite video ever. I'm 28. Trying to build something great in one of the most complicated countries in the world (Venezuela). I think this video is up for everybody, it doesn't matter your age. Thanks Gary for demostrating how: hard-working and love for what you; are all about.

  12. What about a 50 year old, with a felony, and doesnt have the basic skill sets for social media? But is willing to work as hard as possible to achieve his dreams. For my dad gary vee

  13. I?m 46. I learned Pokemon Go to connect with my kids. I learned snapchat to stay connected to my college kids. Now I use snapchat to develop improv characters for my improv shows. Thanks for the encouragement.

  14. I'm 20, and you guys are old af. While you're figuring out what "af" means. I'm gonna be using the time advantage I have over you to build quadruple the empire you could ever dream of. 😀

  15. I published my first book at the age of 50 this past June, and I wouldn't have finished it (and gotten it out there) without hearing Gary saying "Hustle, hustle, hustle" over and over in my head…

  16. Thanks Gary! I have one more bit of advice…don't listen to your parents! In a way I feel sorry for them. They were brainwashed to think there was only one way. I am 50 and faced with multiple ways. Uh…how do you deal with the opposite problem when life presents too many choices ? There is also the problem of prejudice when they think you aren't capable… but I should just ignore them I know.

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