Business Tips: You're The Best Go Do Sh*t

Business Tips: You're The Best Go Do Sh*t

Awesome Tip: You're The Best Go Do Sh*t




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Gary Vaynerchuk builds businesses. Fresh out of college he took his family wine business and grew it from a $3M to a $60M business in just five years. Now he runs VaynerMedia, one of the world’s hottest digital agencies. Along the way he became a prolific angel investor and venture capitalist, investing in companies like Facebook, Twitter, Tumblr, Uber, and Birchbox before eventually co-founding VaynerRSE, a $25M angel fund.

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42 Replies to “Business Tips: You're The Best Go Do Sh*t”

  1. My biggest hangup so far has been fear keeping me stuck in dreaming and planning with little execution. The more I listen to what Gary says, I can feel myself waking up. I'm not quite out of the fear-darkened woods yet, but I'm definitely building up the courage to jump…and when I look back someday, I'm going to have this man to thank for inspiring me to change.

  2. Absolutely love this clip!! I've shared it a bunch, including to another buddy today. There's always a voice telling us we can't, but the reality is, you can accomplish whatever you want if you put in the work, the blood sweat and tears!!!

  3. I thought he was going to have a cocky answer but that answer was as down to earth and real as it gets. This is the exact reason why I am subscribed to Gary. Much respect

  4. I love this Gary. Thank you for always putting things in perspective. When my business gets tough… when we're about to lose a big client, or when we've lost a big client and I get down on myself I think about how happy and healthy my entire family is and man does that make everything else seem completely unimportant. Both my kids are completely healthy and smart and funny and incredibly good looking (just like their father 😉 and that's a blessing and a miracle and nothing else matters. My wife, my Mom, my brothers, and cousins – all healthy and happy. Life is good… we lose a client? Fuck it, we'll learn from it and move on. Thank you GV.

  5. Correct him Gary, he obviously didn't hear you! He said " Douche it!" Because all of your complaining has gotten us happy people fired up enough to say crazy shit like that! Yes your complaining and whining has become so toxic and gross it needs a douche. LOL But really though quit being unhappy because you suck, if life has been horrible to you and serious issues plague your life that's one thing, but if your throwing FB rants over someone interrupting your fucking game of thrown marathon you suck, and your mad because your life sucks, go out and do shit, get shit done! OK…. Thanks Gary .

  6. "No" I have my S* in the right order! Love You GARY! I'm guessing you have never been out of order? But we all fail so, what steps should you take to get things back in order when you get off track? I know this is highly personal per circumstance, but what when it all seems out of reach what is the first step to put things in order?

  7. Hey GV, we hear a lot about focusing in on one specific niche but we also here a lot on diversifying income streams. Does this really mean focus on one thing at a time but have multiple things that could be focused on, or does it mean creating a link between 3 interests? For example, I'm working on creating a home studio, I'm also working on clothing projects, and experimentation with high quality nutrition and eating healthy. Would it be better to combine interests or to keep each one separate? I am opting to combine my interests because I feel like it creates originality , but this question is mainly for those who may be a little confused when they hear so much about diversifying income while also hearing about having a laser focus on one thing. Thank you!
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