Business Tips: #AskGaryVee Episode 72: Casey Neistat on Applying to College & How to Focus on Goals

Business Tips: #AskGaryVee Episode 72: Casey Neistat on Applying to College & How to Focus on Goals

Awesome Tip: #AskGaryVee Episode 72: Casey Neistat on Applying to College & How to Focus on Goals

#QOTD, CASEY: What is your greatest fear, and why?
#QOTD, GARY: Are you a YES person or a NO person?

02:10 – What advice would you give a high school senior in America who is trying to decide whether or not to go to college?
07:23 – How do you focus on achieving your goals and separate yourself from the demands of the external world?
11:52 – How has having a family changed your long-term view of work? What is “retirement” to you?
15:06 – Think back to a time you pissed someone off. How badly did you piss them off and how did you make up for it?
18:20 – If you could have a bionic body part, which body part would it be and what powers would it have?


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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36 Replies to “Business Tips: #AskGaryVee Episode 72: Casey Neistat on Applying to College & How to Focus on Goals”

  1. My guy Gary you’re just answering most of the questions very negatively and from a whole different point of view and you’re almost responding oppositely from Casey’s answers and the you end your response with Casey like “yea my answer is your answer” and like you both have similar answers and opinions which you obviously look like you’re faking it and you’re just disrespectfully implying your options and responses on Casey who’s ten times more professional and greater than you and Gary you’re not respecting the legend Casey and his experience that he’s basing all his answers on

  2. I fear something out of my control happening to me or my family that ultimately stops me or them from succeeding. What I fear even more than that is the regret of missed
    opportunities I could have acted on before this hypothetical disaster occurred.

  3. Gary tries to make it all sound real Easy , which I truly believe it is if you are coming from a family that has money which he did , his family had a Million dollar business before he got involved, if you are truly Broke and coming from a poor family and likely didnt get good guidance as a kid , it's a lot Harser than he seems to think , it seems like he just likes to listen to himself Talk.

  4. Love it! I am becoming more and more of a yes person…why not? Take the chance. Do the thing. And at this point, I think my greatest fear is disappointing myself. I was so concerned with other people for so long and now I know what I'm capable of, but I'm still breaking old habits and boundaries, so I have to stay accountable.

  5. My biggest fear was having the world find out about my pearly penile papules because for the longest time I thought i was alone. I didn't think I was worth anything and so I took a lot of secondary choices, and I also gave up a lot of opportunities because of it.

  6. On the discussion of Yes or No, I've found of how I can get to "yes" sometimes is a sort of a no and yet I'm still giving a type of yes. If that doesn't quite make sense an example would be;"Hey can you edit this film for me?" instead of saying no I might say,"Let me introduce you to my friend Jordan and he'll edit it and I'll ensure its quality." Does that make sense?

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