Business Tips: Loving Your Process With Stephen Schwarzman | Interrupted by GaryVee 001

Business Tips: Loving Your Process With Stephen Schwarzman | Interrupted by GaryVee 001

Awesome Tip: Loving Your Process With Stephen Schwarzman | Interrupted by GaryVee 001



For the first-ever episode of “Interrupted”, GaryVee brings on legendary CEO and entrepreneur Stephen Schwarzman. The two get into some very interesting conversations around their perspective on entrepreneurship, education, adversity and more. They also take a couple of questions live from callers on LinkedIn. Be sure to check the comments for all the timestamped moments… Enjoy!

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31 Replies to “Business Tips: Loving Your Process With Stephen Schwarzman | Interrupted by GaryVee 001”

  1. TIMESTAMPS:
    0:15 – Introduction
    7:50 – Why I love being a jets fan
    8:50 – Stephen’s backstory/childhood
    12:20 – What drew Stephen to finance?
    15:00 – Thoughts on the current state of education
    17:20 – Do CEOs care about the long-term health of a business
    20:20 – Are entrepreneurs in chaos / risk-takers?
    22:50 – Stephen’s favorite business operators
    25:30 – Why did Stephen write the book?
    27:55 – Do entrepreneurs need a competitive spirit?
    28:50 – What modern technology does Stephen use?
    33:00 – Question 1: Should I go to school or pursue entrepreneurship?
    40:30 – Question 2: How to stay confident with “big players” in your space when you are inexperienced
    47:00 – Thoughts on patience
    49:00 – Should kids take risks in their 20s?
    51:40 – Closing thoughts/questions for Stephen

  2. Usually in interviews Steve is asked questions about the economy, trade war, entrepreneurship, and a little bit about his beginnings, but Gary got way more information out of Steve! He interrumpts a lot but also his questions are good in engaging the guest.

  3. Jesus Gary STfu and let the guy finish a thought, i'd like to see a young little shit with 5% of your net worth invite you on his podcast and impose his opinions onto you and see your reaction. (Yes i understand the name of the podcast but it's disrespectful to bring a multi-billionaire on your show and constantly cut him off, believe it or not he's got more knowledge and experience than you do)

  4. 68 BillionS Dollars, Sir….it is admittedly construed as a success in a Capitalist world (very intelligently said) – contextually or not – so – in a nutshell – motherfucker – DO NOT interrupt me ….. ever …. again! :))))))

  5. I always get a lot of likes for shitting on Gary for interrupting his guests cuz it viscerally pisses me off. Now that he has rebranded the podcast to interrupted by I now think its genius and will never defecate on this mans character ever again.

  6. Just fyi Stephen is a guy mbas pay over 100k just to sniff his fart in the same room for 15 mins

    Also if you get annoyed at his "safe" and "corporate" verbiage see how his words caused him trouble in his life

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