Business Tips: Imagine The Most Important Person to You Was Gone Tomorrow | DailyVee 577

Business Tips: Imagine The Most Important Person to You Was Gone Tomorrow | DailyVee 577

Awesome Tip: Imagine The Most Important Person to You Was Gone Tomorrow | DailyVee 577



YOUR OUTLOOK ON EVERYTHING IN YOUR LIFE IS WHAT YOU MAKE OF IT. DON’T LET SMALL MICRO LOSSES GET THE BEST OF YOU AS IF THEY WERE SOMETHING SERIOUS LIKE THE DEATH OF A LOVED ONE. REALIZE THAT ALMOST EVERYTHING “BAD”, BESIDES DEATH, THAT HAS HAPPENED IS REVERSIBLE OR CAN BE FIXED.

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47 Replies to “Business Tips: Imagine The Most Important Person to You Was Gone Tomorrow | DailyVee 577”

  1. Whos with me on this idea: I impersonate Gary on social media. Put out a phone number and Q&As and stuff. And everytime someone asks me a question about life, I play them or write them an exact Gary V response. There's probably thousands just on this channel. I just think it's one thing to watch it on this video, but if you're on the phone and you think it's actually Gary V then who knows it might have a huge impact on your life. Of course I need to choose the best response, but if anything I'm doing both the world and Gary a huge service. I'm saving Gary time by answering the questions he gets all the time for him, and the people of the world are going to get Gary wisdom spit on their face.

  2. Some heavy stuff. Imagine the person you love the most is gone tomorrow. How would that feel? And how does that compare to everything else that is happening in life right now whether that be school, work, social, etc. Deep stuff. Go there at least once every 4 days.

  3. I get these thoughts regularly too, but because I went through this more than once in my twenties. After going through depression and burnout and coming out of it, I feel unstoppable. Things still upset me, but not half as much as other people and it tends to last for shorter and shorter amounts of time. It doesn't make the upsetting part go away, but it's less important. That's energy I have left to spend this time on things that matter, like loved ones or personal projects.

  4. 'I'd rather be smiling in a Toyota than crying in a Ferrari'. Love it. It's important to appreciate and be grateful for what you do have. Then you can get past the noise and focus on what you actually want. Can't please everyone.

  5. Gary is the most alive proof, that we need to put the victim to bed and wake the hero instead!!!!!!!!!
    Lack of fullfilment, anxiety, depression, among other factors are a symptom of overthinking, this word is the evil of today's society. Go do shit guys, we are so young yet!!!!

    Greetings from Brazil!

  6. Only a few hours ago I was told my Uncle had passed away in his sleep in hospital. Its very sad and heart wrenching. After seeing several love ones pass away over the last few years, with my Dad passing away when I was very young, at 15 years old when I needed his guidance the most. Something we all have in common, deaf comes to us all at some point. So accept it and live you're life with gratitude and kindness, knowing that tomorrow is not guaranteed.

  7. He's right! When I lost my dad at 22 nothing else mattered. People opinion and validation didn't meant anything at that time because all became meaningless when he passed away. I tend to look for people opinion again after few years but now watching this video I can totally relate and put it in perspective of what matters most in life. Other's opinions won't make any difference in your life 5 years from now,then why putting them on a pedestal in the moment? Just do!

  8. the fact that Gary is the first one saying to role play the death of loved ones to get to gratitude shows how fucked up society is including the so called personal development etc people – thats the reason I love Gary and hate people – f u people

  9. You’re here at this VERY moment for a reason. Your actions and mindset have brought you to this very video for a specific reason.

    If you don’t get that reason the first time watching it – then go back watch it again and keep it in the back of your mind as you go about your day.

    Watch how priorities change, actions differentiate and results sway in your favor.

    Mark it and go back whenever inaction seeps in, you get stuck in your head or start feeling sorry for yourself.

    Action is key & always remember “it’s THIS (idea, biz opp, etc.) or better”. There’s no going back. It’s impossible- we are always moving forward.

    What / who do you value? Act on it. Today.

  10. I made my first million from investing in Trading as a beginner, this expert is Mrs Nancy Berman Epstein, we met at a trading conference in Philadelphia and she accepted to trade for me, I've had no course to regret ever since

  11. The intro is awesome. Like its clear and direct and basic. Thanks fot the content GV. Good work D-Rock and the editing team. You really set the tone to helps the message sink in.

  12. your perspective is so perfect. I actually did lose the most important person in my life at one time and NOTHING provides better perspective. You don't want it to actually happen to gain that wisdom.

  13. Doing always beats thinking. I'm glad he reminded me of that. Rather than think about that saying I should live by it and remind myself why I started in the first place. Money is not the motivation, commitment is. I'm gonna turn things around for the sake of my advancement. Thanks again Gary you always say the right thing at the right time. There's a reason I follow you…

  14. @GaryVee You made sense with everything you said. Straight up. I concur with you that the three things that limit people's ability to be free are parenting, payments of certain bills, and having of a romantic partner. It behooves us humans who are in our twenties to pursue our passions and go after our goals because we don't have the baggage. When people have kids, they won't be able to focus on the things they are passionate about as much. Baggage is restrictive. It is great to do rather than think and not do. The longer people think, the longer it will take people to do. Action>Thoughts and Words all day every day. Word. Experience is the best teacher. I enjoy uploading content on my YouTube channel. Breaking down bars and song lyrics is one of the passions I have that makes me wholeheartedly happy. I love replying to my subscribers' comments. I immensely appreciate the people who always show love for my vids and my channel. It does not make sense to think without acting because regret is horrible. Whatever you're passionate about is what you should start doing now if you haven't done it. Do what makes you happy and what is best for you. Don't let people talk you out of it. We all have people who don't agree with the things that we do. But, we can't please everybody. We have to be truly happy and not fulfill selfish expectations that others have of us. We have to continue to grind and sharpen our swords. Screw handouts and screw depending upon others to give something. I have so much respect for you because you stand by work ethic, diligence, self-awareness, and self-autonomy. You have been about action for a long time. You actually put in work to attain the success you have now. You keep it real. You do what you say. You are different in a good way. You care about others genuinely. It is commendable that you're kind. People don't have to be aholes to make money. You are about mental strength and tough skin. We have to do for self. We have to persevere when tough times happen. We have to believe in ourselves always even when people don't believe in us.

  15. Keeping things in perspective is so important, and honestly, I just don't do it enough or on a regular basis. Be grateful. Be happy. Making some major changes thanks to this man's content. The meat is in the message. Grateful for this voice.

  16. Anyone else thinks like Gary too? Well I surely do, I picture my best friend's freak motor accident that took him away from us every day and I get motivated to do better and give not only to my family but hopefully everyone I interact with 🙂 Keep hustling everyone!

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