Business Tips: Advice to a Young Man That Many of You Need

Business Tips: Advice to a Young Man That Many of You Need

Awesome Tip: Advice to a Young Man That Many of You Need

I gave this advice to one great kid on growing his personal brand and social media influence .. I just wanted most of you to hear it too

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31 Replies to “Business Tips: Advice to a Young Man That Many of You Need”

  1. always be true to yourself, having the idea to want to be "EXACTLY" like your idol is just your time being wasted. Until, you've caught on about "actually" doing it because at the end of the day you're in control of your perspective. thank you for this one gary. I'm a producer and im about to start my first beat of the day.

  2. Content is still relevant 2 years later. Biggest take is STARTING, DOING and GETTING THINGS DONE. Ive been tuned into your content on and off because every time one consumes the content it makes you accountable so hence I cant take in too much however the consistency in the advice is legendary

  3. My biggest takeaway was that I don't need to kill myself over my ideas. I make myself run around ideas and try to make them appealing on the outside first without really letting them develop in my mind. I focus too much on how others might view my ideas that I don't think about what they are and how they feel to me so I end up sitting on a pile of unfinished thoughts.

  4. Biggest take away was that first we have to establish ourselves and not a team. We have to build our own stuff and then focus on building a team (if we like being on the team side of things) cause it just makes sense but it's confusing sometimes knowing if a team is the right move for me or not, so this comment about that helped a lot. Also another one that helps my mindset is that it's better to create when we feel to but when not, we should document and tell the world – expand our story. Again not wasting time and hustling is the only way to achieve our goals. I already believed in that and with such content I see from you it just encourages me to hustle even more.

  5. Watching this video now and have some thoughts. Just realized that I want to start content and really focus on being a jiu-jitsu athlete + artist. How can I explore a market in my sport community and expand to the regular community? Be it selling/offering a service that would hit not only people that I know would naturally dig into the product, but for the majority that struggle to find their potential lifestyle.

  6. The one thing I will take away from this video is to PUT OUT CONTENT. It doesnt have to be the best content I'm not a PR person for myself so just hit record and start posting. Posting about the journey and not trying to tell people what to do. Thank you man!!!

  7. The biggest takeaway I had was your comment about documenting vs creating. Starting a vlog or business social media accounts can seem like an overwhelming task but when you look at it in a more abstract way it makes the process seem much more achievable

  8. Get your shit together! Fuck what people think! Execution! And my mentality is this from now on! I'm a lion I do not concern myself with the sheep's doings!

  9. My biggest takeaway is: Document. Don't create. Gotta work on it from now on. Just got like 2 stories, 4 posts per day and now I'm really excited to put out more content /documentation. Thanks Gary!

  10. #1 Concept in here is 100% document, don't worry about creating. There is an infinite world of possibility that isn't restricted by your own creativity by just documenting.

  11. Biggest Take Away: "Document vs Create." I want to build a YouTube channel that focuses on film production because that's what I want to pursue in the future. But for months I've been trying to figure out what I wanted to showcase on my channel. Basically what my content would consist of. After watching this video, I realized that I need to stop strategizing and just start documenting and putting stuff out there. Thanks Gary!

  12. This is relevant in 2019 for a 43 year old dad starting a YouTube channel. My takeaways are: Talk to the world about going through the process vs. me giving advice.
    Sure I have some advice and I will give it. But for some it often gets lost and I've discovered many people want or need to discover that for themselves. Saying you should can be a turn off for some. So talking about the journey can be of great value.
    Second, is to Don't go fancy.
    Document vs. create. Shit is subjective and your fully in control. There is a lot of channels that are documenting and doing well.
    Finally and most important is Truth. Stay with the Truth. It is the easiest path and doesn't require work to keep a false image alive. Truth will always win in the end. Watched this 3 times mainly to write down the things that stood out to me.
    For those of you younger than me stick with it. Us old guys still have great aspirations and plans to create and pursue our dreams. To those my age and older, it is never to late to start. Just start! And start again. When your tired and worn out, rest, then start again.

  13. Number one take away that will benefit me in my later experiences to create content is the way my man Gary put it, its hard to manifest content unless you work from the pillar down and just making numerous amount of content until one of them clicks and rides with it! love the content Gary! keep it coming impactinng so many different lives to provide everyone with the key esstials to have a better probability chance to succeed. you're the man! No Cap!$!

  14. the was alot of take aways after viewing this video.

    first was create a vessel for investment apportunitys,partners,identity for money flow to spark intrest and opportunnity for parties involved.

    identify yourself to be yourself because that the hard part be confrotable being your self no matter the circumstance or condition. be true to yourself.

    document dont create was a big one for me. creativity comes natrual and should no be chased plus learn, develope, listen to expand on creativity trough others experience live in the now and dont get lost in the creating because you will get left behind.

    best one personally was the dont try to do evreything youself distrubute. and that one hits home as a small company i want to do everything my swlf and do nothing at the same time i want to go but i have to trust in the people around me to become something more bigger and work hard not expect things to fall in place right aways.
    thank you

  15. Gary, first of all, I've just started watching your videos. I've heard people say Gary Vee this and Gary Vee that and I never paid any attention… Big mistake. So firstly, thank you.
    My biggest take away was how much content you need to be preparing daily. I need to be relentless in my content creation and push that 7-25 pieces of content daily. I initially had that response, well how the hell am I supposed to do this shit?!?!?! Then you decided to hit us with the "If you can't create, distribute". Ya, you blew my mind…. I was making it so hard in my own head when really all I need to do is just get started.
    Thank you Gary

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