Business Tips: LONELY AT THE TOP | A Gary Vaynerchuk Original

Business Tips: LONELY AT THE TOP | A Gary Vaynerchuk Original

Awesome Tip: LONELY AT THE TOP | A Gary Vaynerchuk Original


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22 Replies to “Business Tips: LONELY AT THE TOP | A Gary Vaynerchuk Original”

  1. Not only being lonely in regards to being completely on your own and holding ALL the responsibility, but also friend groups. Do you know how hard it is to find people that are ACTUALLY motivated and don’t just talk the talk because they wanna go with you for the ride? It hard finding people that want to rise to the very top, not just work at a high level position at some company, I’m talking about launching your own firm and having goals of becoming a billionaire. All the people I used to call friends thought that I was delusional, now I have nobody, I cut them all out. I’m not the depressed lonely, I’m more the frustrated and angry lonely. Like why aren’t there more people out there with wolf mentalities that want success more than they want to fit in, party, sleep, or have a “social life”?? It pisses me off because everybody I’ve come across is a sheep, they follow each other, they’re herded up and pushed around by their life obstacles. They move like water, follow the path of least resistance and conform to their surroundings, they become victims or their situations, rather than growing a pair and jumping straight into their problems. When they fall, they settle and say things like “well you know, I guess being a millionaire isn’t for everybody, I guess it’s just not meant to be”. Pathetic.

    That’s the kind of lonely I’m experiencing. I wish I could just call up the people who HAVE those Wolf mentalities and who have already “made it” so I can meet them in person, get close to these people, and surround myself with these people so I can learn from the mistakes they’ve made. I don’t need “buddies”, I’d much rather have 2 like minded friends to rise up with, than 20 buddies that I can “chill” with at a sports bar and waste precious time.

  2. I really like what you are doing. You have inspired me to create a motivational speaking channel. And i thank you. I really hope my youtube channel can be like yours because you help people. I love helping people. Motivating them to be positive. To live their life to the fullest. So i thank you aagin

  3. Being an entrepreneur is the loneliest thing ever, I've never met a girl that even understands why I have this drive. It's fucking madness sometimes…

  4. This is something so many don't realize until they are there. It is also the absolute best representation of what I felt in command in Afghanistan. Loneliness is part of the game. Command in combat had its own weird entrepreneurial aspects that I'm noticing as I run my business. Ultimate responsibility, results are the name of the game, and moral compass/integrity/your word matter most. Thanks for the video Gary.

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