Business Tips: Advice To 16 Year Old Entrepreneurs

Business Tips: Advice To 16 Year Old Entrepreneurs

Awesome Tip: Advice To 16 Year Old Entrepreneurs




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39 Replies to “Business Tips: Advice To 16 Year Old Entrepreneurs”

  1. Bad advice, discouraging and saying dont work for money now is a horrible thing to say. Hopefully no one listened to this guy, have to drop a dislike, dont agree at all.

  2. Everyone has the same amount of time, and hard work is simply hard work. As a result, what you do in the time you work determines what you achieve. And since what you do is determined by what you think, how big you think becomes the launching pad for how high you achieve. #ThinkBig

  3. I agree, but if one can cash in,one should. I am 18, and I cash in money as much as I can from my business. I want to be prepared with the fund for my next venture. The one I am running now is a learning experience and also a source of income.

  4. Gary before the video even started I knew you were going to say patience! You're quite consistent in your answers! I'm learning every day to be patient and I'm starting to get better at it! Sweet jacket by the way

  5. Gary you say you "hated" school growing up . What about those 16 year old entrepreneurs who suffocate just as much , if not more by the academic learning environment school guards us in? Should we drop out like Richard Branson?

  6. Hey Gary (and anyone else who can give value). There's a craft fair at my college coming up and my team and I will be buying tables to sell some of our art & other products we've made. We would be honored to hear some of your advice. How can we stand out and make the best out of this amazing opportunity?

    We've thought about experimenting with layouts,Offering value (giveaway something for free/free with purchase) Creating art that reflects the culture at our college and also creating art that will not reflect dominant culture to grab attention.
    What is your advice? Thanks Gary!

  7. Gary, you make me a better dude… Went back and responded to every comment on my channel because of you. And you know what? It felt fucking good. It felt great to go deeper with people and thank them for showing up. I just wanted to pop by and say thank you brother. One day, we're going to shake hands.

  8. Awesome advice Gary Vee! Your content is prime. I'm a 16 year old entrepreneur and I just got back from Underground Online Seminar in Denver, Colorado(I was the youngest scholarship recipient). The amount of truly useful information and the people I met was worth it's weight in gold. I'm talking Yanik Silver, Kimbal Musk, Mike Dillard, Jeff Walker, Brad Feld and many other mavericks. To have been surrounded and just listen to them talk was a learning experience itself but I was honored to talk and interact with most of them and share my business model and vision, it was HUGE leverage. Never going to stop learning and applying.

  9. agree with this so much, im 17 and have spent the last year and a half learning as much as possible because i never had a job or new how easy it was to make money selling shit from my garage(till this summer),
    already won big with sofas in the summer and made £50 yesterday selling a pair of shoes and bikes.

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