Business Tips: How to Win by Being Yourself | DailyVee 591

Business Tips: How to Win by Being Yourself | DailyVee 591

Awesome Tip: How to Win by Being Yourself | DailyVee 591



Genuine authenticity and good karma are some of the most practical things you execute on. In this video, Gary gets into a couple conversations about being a practitioner and how practicing what you preach is one of the best things you can do for yourself. He also gets into an epic rant about the problem with parents paying for all their kid’s expenses, and the problem with kids willingly taking that money. Be sure to check the timestamps for all the highlights… Enjoy!

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Gary Vaynerchuk is the chairman of VaynerX, a modern-day media and communications holding company and the active CEO of VaynerMedia, a full-service advertising agency servicing Fortune 100 clients across the globe. He’s a sought out public speaker, a 5-time New York Times bestselling author, and an angel investor in companies like Facebook, Twitter, Tumblr, Venmo, and Uber.

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39 Replies to “Business Tips: How to Win by Being Yourself | DailyVee 591”

  1. What if your life goal was been a racing driver, wich is a very expensive life goal, and your parents could financer your career? That would be okay right?

    My problem is I want to be that, but my parents won't pay for it so I gotta work my money to achieve that, for what I am this year completing my economics degree (gets you more money than average jobs..?), but then I also need mechanical knowledge wich I barely get because of time dedicated to college.

  2. ref min 6…..G X On point with the Parents over compensating and over looking the Self Power to be Earnt/Learnt when teaching their Man Cubs n Chicklings the Cost of Living X So knowing their outgoings as life unfolds are never gonna be as minimal as they are while working & still living with their families, coz it's only ever gonna increase right xx So this is a need to know for sure, Or your gonna hit the skids kids! X
    Still, take the Standard Rent amount @ the percentage of their income thats Realistic, aware of what it covers……..energy bills, food xx Insist they earn n pay All their Tech n Phone expenses. Encourage they go on to part exchange in Tip Top resale boxed condition to Upgrade to Tip Top pieces.
    The best things in life are Free for All to See n Be X Limitless Possibilities xx
    Often times those who are Blessed to have the Love and Support of those who Believe in them, Lack the Tools and Rules to discover their very own Resilient Resources Right There in their Heads, Hearts & Hands. X Contructive Support without Judgement, Hugs n Warm Smiles is enough xx more than enough xx
    So if your family can afford to produce all the rent paid as an UNEXPECTED lump sum on moving out into the world independently Quality!! Xx
    It's Very Important not to underestimate their ability of stability as your simply passing on an unconscious fear they're not enough or lifes too tough xx
    Love You Gary xx

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  4. Anyone know the top brewers prospect Gary is hot on? He mentioned it in the Podcast sitting down with Ryan Moran with Charity Buzz. It sounds like Gary shows Ryan the card but does not say the name aloud. In this clip it’s edited out. I’m guessing it’s Corey Ray?

  5. I don't get it, have listened to several videos of this guy, 2,4m followers..???.he talks a lot, talking a lot hot air but actually says nothing, he is really not unappealing as a lot others, but still he is acting as the messiah, which he is not, whatever he've achieved, he behaves (surprisingly) stupid in my eyes, i estimate his followers are "young" persons….

  6. Being yourself is the key to success on any platform, fake authenticity can be seen from a mile away. When you are happy with yourself you will do things for the sake of trying and have no fear about what others think, and I think that's why some people get really caught up with the stats and the get famous quick schemes.

  7. How do you become patient when youre chasing a sports career? Because age is a factor that can make or break you. I am 18, and started playing when I was 13 and obviously started later than most people and I'm not 6'9+. I've never made the team at my school and just got cut from varsity my senior year. I am struggling with choosing if I should be practical and possible do something that I don't love or keep trying and possibly be delusional. Im more excited to wake up and practice before and after school than play in games, but I don't want to be in my 40s later and regret spending so much time on basketball when I could spend it on something else. It just feels like what I'm doing is not working and idk what I should do. Please reply….

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