Pat Will get Egocentric and Asks Gary Vaynerchuk a Bunch of Questions

okay so jab jab jab proper hook you already know give give give give give provide how have you learnt what the suitable proper hook might be wait how have you learnt what that might be how do you validate it as a result of lots of people you already know they jab after which they get to that proper hook they do not know methods to put together that punch they do not know you already know if it is gonna succeed or not how do you greatest decide if that proper hooks gonna land you already know what’s actually humorous I might really go a distinct method patent for everyone who would not know the context you already know my thesis of Jab Jab Jab proper hook is put out content material for them put out content material for them put out content material for them after which ask for enterprise and so you’ve got bought your you already know your world and also you’re establishing lots of avenue cred and lots of fairness by placing out these exhibits and hustling and right here we each are on a Sunday proper with households and and soccer all these different issues and we’re working I imply I do not know what else anyone I do not know if anyone’s confused proper now however Pat you and I are working and so individuals worth that they get good info they get entry to people who’s if you create and lots of that stuff and so it units you up for a seminar a guide a product no matter it’s possible you’ll be as much as this is what I am gonna say that is gonna make everyone really feel higher Pat you included do not be crippled by your proper hook not touchdown you get extra at-bats see that is the wonder if you give some time I like this as a result of I feel you may provide use simply simply the one one of the best methods to succeed is simply simply care give a crap proper and that is one thing that sadly lots of companies do not do in at this time’s age what’s one of the simplest ways to provide a crap how do you greatest present that you just really care in your viewers oh I bought one I want I had a greater prop since I do not put on a watch mmm the primary asset to our audiences and by the way in which you and I’ve ascended to a degree the place we now have substantial audiences I simply need everyone listening and I watch lots of you and I noticed the people who jumped in you me simply tweeting one another and so they’re pumped at this time of their 300 to 700 to 1000 private when you’ve got 9 people who observe you and your recommendation or your factor or your spiel my wine opinions your corporation or no matter is perhaps you already now have an viewers so this isn’t the audacity of two people who have made it to some degree it is for everyone from a sensible standpoint the primary factor you are able to do to your viewers is give them entry the one factor you and I Pat haven’t got is time mm-hmm proper we do not have it I imply Rick I imply I am a lot happier to provide a charity attend verify that I’m to provide them an hour and it isn’t even shut proper and that and and that’s the one factor and by the way in which that is my monetary scenario proper now anyone might say you concentrate on everyone who’s listening you’d in all probability somewhat give a $50 verify to the native charity than three hours of your afternoon and even 30 minutes time is the asset Pat my reply to you and everyone else is time if you do that you’re constructing such a deep connection after I tweet out what’s your telephone quantity after which I sit there and I simply name individuals and say hey they freak as a result of they know the primary factor I am giving them is time primary you are nice by after which stand out first first it’s a must to construct a fantastic app and I am gonna say that once more with with dramatic pause first you should construct a fantastic app and there you go

How To Conclude Binge Eating And Emotional Eating Once And For All

hey my name is stefan from projectlifemastery.com and in this video i’m gonna share with you how to overcome binge eating disorder for life now this video if you’re suffering from binge eating I really want to encourage you to watch this video fully I suffered from binge eating a few years ago in my life and also somewhat a little bit recently and I really am passionate about sharing with you exactly what I did to overcome it and if you watch this video and you apply it then I have zero doubt that you’ll be able to overcome binge eating and change your life for the better one of the reasons why I’m so passionate about this again because I’ve been through it I know exactly what it’s like to have those urges those temptations and running to the store buying a you know a box of donuts and cookies and going home and eating and consuming thousands of calories in an hour and then afterwards feeling so guilty hating yourself feeling depressed beating yourself up and then going and repeating the same thing all over again I used to literally go to the grocery store buy a tub of ice cream and buy chocolate bars dip the chocolate bars in the ice cream and eat them and you know I was so embarrassed living that way and I tried so much to overcome it you know I’m a positive person I’m in the self development you know I’ve learned a lot about health and fitness and all this sort of stuff and despite everything that I knew overcoming binge eating felt impossible at times I didn’t you know I look everywhere on the internet I watched YouTube videos I looked on blogs I bought books everything that I could to help myself overcome it but you know no matter how much I did I couldn’t get myself out of that loop and those are just a reoccurring problem for me in my life where every few days I would just continuously go through that pattern of consuming thousands of calories and I feel so depressed and I work out like crazy you know trying to make up for it and that was a frustrating part I was trying to work out and I felt like in so many times I was taking two steps forward and then I was making two steps back and so I’m so passionate about this because I’ve had many nights in the past where I’d be crying I’d be depressed I’d be set I hated myself and it was one of the most painful experiences of my life so if you’re watching this this video is really for people that are suffering from binge eating when I overcame it and when I was suffering from it I promise instead of myself if I ever overcome this I am gonna share this with other people and change their lives and this is my way of giving back and sharing what I’ve learned that I believe can help you without a doubt to overcome binging so this video might be a little bit long I might go on a rant but again watch it fully I’m really communicating with as much passion and love now as much as possible because I feel like you know it’s just such a painful thing I know I know where you’ve been if you’re suffering from it right now okay and I’m also gonna share a few resources that you can use that I highly recommend that you take advantage of now the reason why I got into binge eating I believe is really to two main reasons for it okay the first reason was attempting to diet okay going on a diet if you’re overweight or if you have issues about your body you want to make a change in then a lot of people to go on a diet most people in America they go on a diet and when a diet is is a way that you develop a binge eating disorder it’s not the only way but it is it is a way and it was definitely a huge factor of what contributed to it for me for me I got really into health and fitness and I was at the time really wanting to make a change in my body I wanted to get really lean I wanted to have a six-pack my abs showing and all that sort of stuff so a few years ago I decided that I was they’re gonna commit to doing a fitness competition a fitness modeling show so I committed to it I had coaches in my life that were helping me in this process I had a specific diet that I had to follow and whenever you are trying to lose weight or lean out you typically have to go on a caloric deficit so meaning in order for you to lose fat and burn fat you have to consume less calories than what your maintenance is so for me if my maintenance of calories on a daily basis is 2,500 by consuming about 500 calories less every day that will allow me to lose about 1 pound of every week because one pound of fat is 3,500 calories so I went on this diet and I pushed myself hard because that’s my nature I go crazy and hard and I commit myself to things push myself hard to achieve this goal to get lean I was trying to lino as much as I can I was at a point at some point starving myself going way below my maintenance of what I should consume because I just believe that the more that I did that and this the faster I’d get there to achieve my goal you know my coach and other people said well you gonna have one day a week where you have a higher calorie day and I thought you know forget that I don’t need that you know that’s for other people I’m working and I’m gonna get there faster by not doing the high calorie day and just continue on this process of being at a deficit well what happened from that process was I was starving myself and there’s something unique that happens in our brain that when you’re starving yourself in that way or you’re at a deficit and trying to achieve levels that your body in your mind isn’t accustomed to being at then your brain starts to have these urges and these temptations to binge the animal part of your brain takes over and when the animal part of your brain which is all purpose is to survive and to keep you alive it’s gonna crave you know sugary foods food is high in fat high calorie foods so that it could store it as fat because again it just wants to survive that is stored energy it you know when you’re starving yourself in that way you’re going on a diet you’re gonna have those urges and temptations so that was how I developed my binging it was going on diets going too hard too extreme trying to die too fast there’s too much weight and what happened was I slowly started to have these urges and sensations I remember I did a low carb diet a zero to no carb diet at one point and you know it’s as high protein high fat one day I went to a friend’s birthday party and I had a piece of cheesecake okay after I had that cheesecake my insulin shot up because I hadn’t had carbs and so long and I had these incredible intense sugar cravings where I just went nuts I had to have sugar and that was when the first time I binge and then from there it just was on a repetitive cycle whenever I did binge I was trying to the next day would do extra cardio starve myself more which just made the whole process worse and I was just unable to get myself out of that loop until a few years ago so that’s one core reason why people binge okay the other reason is to meet your needs in some way to change your state food becomes a source and there’s a strategy that we develop to change how we feel because when you eat if you’re stressed or if you’re bored or whatever overwhelmed whatever might be going to food is a way to immediately change your state it gives you an immediate comfort it makes you feel good it gives you a sugar rush and and it becomes this habit that we train ourselves as a way to change how we feel instead of realizing that there’s other ways to change your state as well now I know you’ve probably already heard this because you know I know for myself when I’d watch these videos out here a lot of the same things but I want to share with you a few resources that change my life and will change your life as well the first one is a book okay it’s a book that I highly recommend in fact I don’t recommend I encourage you I you have to get this book right now I don’t care no matter what I’m not gonna just recommend or encourage you if you have been cheating you have to get this book and read it right now it’s non-negotiable do not continue watching this video if you haven’t decided already that you’re gonna read this book okay you have to get it I don’t care what you say get this book because it’ll change your life the book is called brain over binge okay brain over binge I’ll have a link to this book in the description or in the blog post as well and by the way I’ll have a blog post so go into everything a lot more detail of what I did as well get this book I actually found out about this book just on Amazon as a body as a Kindle book and it was a story about this girl who had a binge eating disorder was up but was also bulimic because she would binge and consume all these calories the next day she would do was 78 hours of cardio to try to make up for that and she would repetitively go through the cycle and a lot of what I learned in this book changed my life if you just look for this book on Amazon you look at the reviews the reviews will give you a lot of confidence and hope because you’re gonna read reviews from people they’re like okay I envisioning for 15 years 20 years I read this book no more urges no more temptations to Bengie gone just like that so get this book read it it will absolutely change your life it definitely changed my life and made a big difference for me one of the main things that they taught that the woman talks about in this book is that there’s two brains that we have there’s two main brains there’s the animal brain which I described before and there’s also the human brain also known as the prefrontal cortex now the animal brain is whole purpose is just survival it just you know it needs food it needs water it needs sex you know it needs to breathe it has core fundamental needs that every human being has when you deprive yourself of food or whatever it is the animal brain will take over and will do anything possible to try to get you to survive okay now the human brain is the prefrontal cortex the human brain is what has control over every decision that you make the animal brain can’t control your voluntary movements I can’t get you to go to the fridge it can’t get you go to the store only the prefrontal cortex has that ability and part of the process that she describes in this book that has helped me is learning how to disassociate the two whenever you have his urges to binge understand and especially if you’re not dieting if you’re dieting and you’re trying to overcome binge eating you’ve got to stop that okay you have to stop dieting because no matter what I say you you aren’t going to be able to override those temptations and urges if you’re still dieting okay so I want to get that out there if you’re dieting right now you’re having binge eating urges you have the stuff dieting get the binge eating under control and then try to go at it and had another approach again in the future okay so what I was saying though is disassociating from the to and understanding that the animal brain is not you it has no control over what you do only the prefrontal cortex does and when you understand that and you have these urges and temptations come up then it’s up to you whether or not you act on and decide to utilize them and when you make that disassociation you realize that you have control that this is just a habit it’s just a pattern that has been running again and again on autopilot and if you want to know more about habits is a great book all that the power of habit and that we have these nerve pathways these neurons that fire together and they form these habits that make it automatic and autopilot for us but once you understand that and you can help override it then you’ll be able to go through the first part and process of freeing yourself from binge eating okay so I’m not gonna go into everything in that book I just recommend that you buy the book and you read it it will change your life apply everything in that book once I read that book it was actually like a miracle for me because I tried everything else so much before and this book really really changed my life I learned so much from it and I will be sure not to repeat the same mistake again in the future okay that’s one resource the second resource that I’m gonna share with you is a program called the body you deserve by Tony Robbins ok Anthony Robbins called the body you deserve highly recommend you get this course and it’s an audio course you can listen to it I think it’s like a tenday audio course but it is life-changing Tony Robbins is a master of NLP which is neuro linguistic programming it’s a therapy it’s a way that you know language affects our nervous system and he has seven steps to lasting change that he walks you through in this program you know one of the first steps is just knowing what you want you know having a goal for your body you know where you want it to be the second step is to get leverage on yourself because it’s not until you know we are controlled by paying and pleasure and when you get in your mind that by eating food you’re gonna get pleasure and it’s going to be a way for you to get out of pain then that’s when your your your programming your thought process is messed up and it’s only wants to associate massive pain to eating that food and pleasure to eating something more healthy and more nurturing for your body and you make that association you switch that around that will help free you from that addiction to binge eating as well so getting leverage on yourself is a really important piece that Tony Robbins talks about you have to have so many consequences to eating that food you have to have a consequence to not changing this area of your life you have to start thinking hey what is this gonna cost me if I continue living this way what’s my life gonna be like a year from now five years from now ten years from now if I continue on this binge eating pattern what does it already cost me in my life what have I missed out on who have I lost in my life or who’s left me because of this pattern how is this hurt and destroyed my life when you get that leverage and that pain on yourself then it becomes a must for you you get to a point where you hit rock-bottom you hit this emotional threshold and you finally make a decision then you’re gonna do whatever it takes to change this area of your life and overcome binge eating once and for all so having that leverage there’s a lot of power in that in this course is amazing at getting you to do it okay once you’ve got the leverage and it’s a must for you and you’re motivated to change it you decided hey you know what I’m gonna do this no matter what the next piece is to begin to interrupt the old pattern binge eating is a pattern what triggers the binge eating are going to be the emotional states we’re just the temptation or the herbs that can come out of nowhere but again boredom or stress or being sad or overwhelmed those emotions can trigger you to binge I know for me just sitting on my couch often times because I’ve done it so many times I had like a lot of associations or watching a movie or TV that would trigger me to go and binge that’s a pattern we are just patterns there’s nothing wrong with you it’s just this pattern that you’ve been running it’s like it’s like you’ve got a record and on that records burn the pattern you put it in a CD player it’s going to play that same song again and again because it’s on on that record the patterns been burnt on it when you take that pattern that that trigger or sitting on the couch whatever it is and you interrupt it so you let’s say you take that record you take a needle and you scratch it back and forth back and forth back and forth you put it back in the CD player and guess what you can’t play that pattern anymore that’s what you have to do with your behaviors that’s what you have to do to overcome this pattern of binging so I’ll give you an example what I used to do I used to go to the grocery store ok and I would go and find my favorite food that I used to repeat it repetitively by for me it was ice cream was one of them I go to the grocery store go in the freezer section look at the ice cream and I would do a pattern interrupt okay now before I did that what I would do is I would imagine that ice cream in fact let’s do this right now show you a little exercise that will help you I want you to imagine and think about your favorite food right now what’s the food that you typically binge on a food that you just love where there’s pizza or ice cream or cookies or doughnuts or cake just get that food right now in your mind and I want you to think about it visualize it if you want to close your eyes that can definitely help you as well but I want you to think about that food and I want you to think about how good it tastes and I want you to think about the smell of it the texture you know just the sensations that you have when you put it into your body how it you just instantly feel good okay I want you to have a picture of that now what I want you to actually feel it and see it and experience it right now just imagine the taste of it how good it feels in your mouth that excitement that you have when you eat it now right now in this state I want you to think about it and I want you to imagine your dog just puked all over it your dog just threw up all over the food that you have and took a big shit right in the food that you’re eating okay whether it’s the cake or the ice cream and the chocolate the pizza the hamburger whatever it is I want you to imagine that it’s just cute it’s puke it’s shit it’s piss okay I want you to imagine the texture of that then when you’re putting that in your mouth whether it’s the ice-cream then that’s not really ice cream it’s actually even you look at you’re like oh my god there’s pieces of puke and shit in this ice cream this isn’t chocolate ice cream that’s not a chocolate cake that’s those aren’t chocolate chip cookies you actually realize that that’s human feces that’s shit and I want you to think about that I want you to experience the smell of that the taste of that the texture in your mouth okay now if you’re disgusted right now then I did a good job because I just interrupted your pattern okay what happens is when you go into that state of binge eating and then you do something crazy that interrupts that pattern and breaks you out of it then what happens is you do that enough times just like the record in the CD player it just can’t play because you’ve just interrupted it so many times you’ll notice that whenever you think about ice cream or that food they’ll just lose any desire for it you actually won’t want it we disgusted by it because they’ll just think about the puke and the shit and the piss and it’ll just freak you out and you already have this I’ve already had this happen to you isn’t there certain foods that used to love now you’re disgusted by you know maybe it’s like you’re drinking one night and then you puked and then you don’t like Surnow alcoholic tequila or something like that because you had a bad experience a bad night then you now associate pain to it it’s the same process so if you can identify the foods the patterns the states that are triggers for you that are you know the habits for you to binge eat and you interrupt it again and again and again by doing something like this or I used to for example sit on my couch get myself in that state of binge eating and then I would just jump up and start yelling or screaming or turn on music and dancing something to break myself and snap myself out of that state and it’s amazing the power in this if you just do it enough times you can never go back to that pattern so going back to this program okay breaking the pattern once you’ve interrupted the pattern you have to replace it with a new empowering alternative so it’s finding hey am I gonna replace this with you know what I wanted to do instead of binge eating because once you eliminate it there’s gonna be a void there’s gonna be this emptiness empty space if you don’t fill it up with something positive then you’re gonna replace it with something disempowering a lot of people they binge eat they overcome it and then they start smoking and then they overcome smoking and then they start drinking because they didn’t find an empowering alternative for them you know for me I decided hey you know what instead I’m gonna go for a walk I’m gonna read a book I’m gonna take a bath I’m gonna you know journal them they create videos I’m gonna work on my blog I’m gonna do writing I’m gonna work on my business I’m gonna watch a great movie I’m gonna do something else a new activity that can enhance my life and I could use that to replace the needs that I was getting from binge eating the states that I was getting from binge eating you know identify hey why am i binging is it to get comfort is it to get love is to connect with myself well there’s a lot better and more empowering ways that you can meet those needs maybe you can get love and connection and get comfort just by calling a friend or a family member or going to a meetup group or doing something else that’s more empowering for you once you’ve found a more empowering alternative then it’s about conditioning it conditioning it again and again repetition is the mother skill the more that you repetitively conditioned things and get it again and again and again and again and again then the more automatic it’s gonna be that’s how you started binge eating in the first place isn’t it I know for me it was just the habit instead again and again that it just became a part of my life it became automatic for me and once I started conditioning and by breaking the pattern and replacing with new ones then I found that to have it just went away I didn’t have to think about it anymore the last piece is to test it to test to see do you still have those triggers do you still have the sensations to binge and if you go through this process and again I just kind of in this video I can only share so much but if you go through this process and get this course it’ll make an incredible difference for you and it’s I’ve been through it multiple times as well as reignover binge and you combine those two together you’ve got a recipe for success we’ll transform your life okay transform your life I know for me now I’ve learned my lesson about dieting you know I’ve still you know I’m a fit person I actually did fitness competition after that one experience and I’ve learned to not diet for too long so if you aren’t gonna go on a diet don’t diet for more than three months okay I was dining for like six months at a deficit also have one day a week where you have a higher calorie day okay you have to go back to maintenance you have to if you’re starving yourself you’re gonna go ahead and and have the binge eating symptoms or temptations again so be aware that be careful with dieting and you know again you have to stop the dieting if you want to overcome this and change it but those two resources are really what I want to share with you that if you applied them it will transform your life I promise you I’m so passionate about this hopefully when I’m sharing with you you’ve been able to relate to or you’re gonna apply or take action with because again it’s worked for me you know I really want to share this with people because it’s really helped me immensely in my life I know the pain that you’re going through I know exactly what it’s like and you know if if you do have success with this or you’ll be able to overcome it or whatever it is leave a comment because I’d love to hear I’d love to respond I’d love to help in any way that I can the people with this problem or challenge and I can give you the best advice that I can but again first this go through these two programs and courses I promise you just go through them they’re the best of the best of what I’ve discovered the highly higher of coaches and people to help me with this and these are the only things that really helped me the most okay so brain over binge the body you deserve get those and I promise you it will help you to overcome this problem for good okay thank you so much for watching this video I sincerely hope that this has helped you in serve you in some way I might do some more follow-up videos if you’re requested or if you want more specific things for me to share but I want to thank you again I’ll see you in the next video

#AskGaryVee Episode 36: How To Accomplish Correct Property Insist materials

– On this episode I discuss
about turning factors,
content material, actual property, and chugging.
(upbeat music)
You ask questions,
and I reply them.
That is the #AskGaryVee Present.
(upbeat music)
Hey all people, that is Gary Vay-ner-chuk,
and welcome to Episode 36
of the #AskGaryVee Present.
Enjoyable reality concerning the quantity 36:
it is the final time I am doing
a enjoyable reality a few quantity.
– [Voiceover] Barry asks:
“Gary, love to listen to your opinion
on whether or not a PR firm
or an individual needs to be
overseeing social media for a enterprise.”
– Barry, nice query,
and earlier than I even reply it,
I simply need to thanks
for being a very long time
interactor buddy with me.
I do not like utilizing the phrase fan,
however I say it typically, it simply slips.
Barry, I’ve all the time
loved our conversations
on Twitter over the past 4 years,
so thrilled to have you ever on the present.
I feel I do know the place you are
going with this query,
which is the notion of,
VaynerMedia was constructed
on coming into corporations and taking the
social media away from PR corporations.
A number of the larger PR corporations
on this planet proper now
have constructed out social media departments
and so they’ve achieved a pleasant
job, to various levels.
I wished to reply this query as a result of
I need to get folks across the psychology
of the distinction between PR and social,
and why I do suppose that,
in fact there’s folks,
a whole bunch of individuals in
this firm have labored
in PR earlier than, so there’s
some nice issues about PR.
Having the ability to deal with
strain, the pace of it.
The distinction although, is PR may be very B2B.
If you’re a PR particular person
and also you’re working with
a consumer, the Yankees,
you are attempting to get them
press within the New York Occasions,
The New York Publish, ESPN.
You are working straight with a human being
who’s the gatekeeper to decide.
If you’re doing social, you are dealing
with all of the followers, and it is rather more B2C.
So I haven’t got an issue if a PR particular person
or firm is doing the social
for an organization or particular person,
I simply need to be sure
they’ve a unique gear
of their model understanding,
mind, not model, however that
was an fascinating slip-up.
I simply need to make
positive they’ve that gear
to know that they want
to be this
as a B2C recreation, versus
the B2B recreation that’s PR.
– [Voiceover] eastcountytoday says,
“Gary, love the iTunes contact.
When was the second you knew you’ll be
okay when beginning your organization?”
– East County, proper?
That is a bit bone thugs reference to
episode, I am unable to bear in mind.
East county, the second I
knew that I used to be gonna make it
was the primary day I walked
into my dad’s liquor retailer.
And the explanation I made a decision
to reply this query
and looking for worth
for everyone watching
apart from me bragging about that I
had the bravado from day one was,
the notion of not even
worrying about that second.
Which means, one of many greatest
issues that I am attempting to show,
I am turning quite a bit right now.
One of many issues I am attempting
to show all my administration
right here at VaynerMedia, and all
my founders in my start-up
investments and my
co-founders in corporations
that had assembly with my
co-founders at Resy final evening,
the primary factor I
preserve telling all people
is to not fear concerning the
issues that do not matter.
Worrying about or attempting to determine,
that is the second after I made it,
is one thing that I feel cripples folks,
and I simply do not even
take into consideration these issues.
I may reply this query two methods,
that are the 2 proper
methods, which is one:
The second I walked into my dad’s retailer,
as a result of I had that
confidence, or I may reply
the opposite means that is equally as true,
pulling on each side
like a bridge, which is,
I have not made it but.
They each are proper, and the
reality is, exterior of this
query, I do not take into consideration
it in any respect, ever, interval.
And the explanation I am answering
the query is as a result of
I am attempting to get as many
of you who’re watching
the present proper now to not
fear about these issues.
Fear about executing,
fear about feeling good
about your life, do not
fear about making it.
As a result of making it’s an outdoor drive.
The within drive of you simply doing it
is what try to be centered on.
– [Voiceover] Kyle asks,
“Gary, is there a approach to
drive site visitors to an internet site
when posting content material on to Fb?”
– Kyle, sure.
(bell ringing)
As you’ll be able to inform, that
Fb publish on my fan web page
drove a crap load of site visitors
to my Medium article,
which is content material.
I answered this query
as a result of I wished to point out you
uncooked particulars as a result of I
suppose uncooked particulars is even
a deeper model of this
present, and I proceed
to attempt to go deep inside myself
to actually drive you worth,
particularly as a result of that is
solely a 50 episode experiment.
Simply kidding.
And so, the reply is totally.
Fb is definitely
in all probability one of many greatest
drivers of content material
consciousness exterior of itself
to different locations
on this planet proper now,
so the query is, how
do you do it organically,
how do you do it in a paid, focused means?
What I simply confirmed you was natural.
I’ve a fairly large basis
of 150,000 followers on that web page,
however there’s people who I’ve
seen publish content material which have
800 followers, and sufficient folks
shared it and sufficient folks
favored it, sufficient folks commented
it and shared it not solely
inside Fb however exterior
of it, that it created fireplace.
Fb is content material
consciousness infrastructure
in a 2015 world.
So not solely is there a means, I
suppose it is one of many singular
finest methods, and so I might
extremely advocate making
an funding in Fb
fan pages, recognizing
the distribution
alternatives that it creates
for content material you are placing
exterior of its community.
– Hey Gary, I am a realtor, and our group
places out a whole lot of video.
(bell ringing)
– Ha, the ding.
– In Episode Eight you
stated it was essential
to place up each day content material,
so my query to you is,
in the event you had been a realtor, what form
of each day video content material would you produce?
– In order that was an incredible video.
Let’s all on the VaynerNation
take note of a number of
issues, together with he was carrying
the R.O.I. of your mom
T-shirt, the truth that
he dinged the jab-jab-jab
within the background, a random man walked by
within the background, which is a reference
to among the stuff
we have achieved on the present.
If you happen to’re listening on the
podcast, I extremely advocate
you go to YouTube and watch this episode
simply to look at this video,
‘trigger it was super.
My reply may be very easy.
If I used to be a realtor, the
factor that I might do extra
than something is definitely overview the world
across the locations the place I promote houses.
Let me clarify.
If I am promoting houses in
Millburn, New Jersey,
I am placing out a each day
piece of content material reviewing
the varsity, then I am interviewing
the person lecturers
if I can get entry to
them, then I am reviewing
each native enterprise, the
Subway store, the wine store,
then I am interviewing
actually people who have
lived within the neighborhood for 50 years.
I am placing out content material to
make you romantic across the
tales within the space, as a result of
folks choose them for utility.
What I imply by that’s,
comfort of transportation,
how rapidly from the
workplace, however in addition they choose
due to the varsity
techniques, and there is a lot
of information on the market on that, however how about
making it a bit hotter and interviewing
Miss Robinson the third grade trainer,.
After which clearly type of
the facilities round it,
the playground, the perfect shops.
I bear in mind a realtor
telling me that folks moved
to Brief Hills due to Wine Library.
I assumed that was cool.
It felt like such an anchor to that space.
And so what I might do is each day content material
on the 20 mile radius or 10 mile radius
across the space the place you promote the houses.
The tales which can be tucked
away within the companies
and the varsity system,
and the enduring neighbors
which have been round endlessly,
these tales are the narrative
that may create emotion
which can be on a tipping
level scale, on a 50/50,
could be the factor that suggestions
somebody to purchasing your own home.
– [Voiceover] Sean asks, “Gary,
most massive successes have an enormous
turning level the place
issues actually take off.
What was that turning
level for Wine Library?”
– Sean, nice query.
I assume there have been some turning factors
when the Wine Spectator advert that we ran,
the primary New York Occasions full web page advert,
the time I reset the rating and took 50%
of the beer off the ground
and added extra wine,
after I began WineLibrary.com,
the day I began the e-mail service,
the day I jumped into Robert
Parker’s boards in ’97
and have become a part of the
web neighborhood round wine,
the 2000 Bordeaux Classic,
after we purchased heavy,
after I first began
selling wines no one ever
heard of on electronic mail, Richard
Partridge Cabernet involves thoughts,
after I employed Brandon.
As you’ll be able to inform, there are
many moments that we made it,
but it surely was simply trucking
alongside, constructing on high
of one another step-by-step.
My mates, in the event you take heed to
two of my solutions on this present,
you perceive one very
fascinating factor about me,
which is, I’ll have
the power of the hare,
however I’m the tortoise.
(bell ringing)
You realize what I am placing up there, proper?
That lovely factor you probably did, Zak.
Present Zak.
You probably did a really good job on that one.
For everyone listening,
I am pointing to the tortoise
and hare picture I put out on Instagram.
Go verify me out on Instagram/garyvee.
Anyway, after I made it,
the turning level second,
all people who’s watching
and asking these questions
are on the lookout for this
signal, like I noticed the signal,
It isn’t that.
It is head down, you like
and consider in what you do,
and also you simply by no means suppose
about these moments,
you simply preserve trucking alongside.
It is lunch pail mentality, it is old skool
Japanese European
put-in-the-work mentality.
I do not take into consideration these items, guys.
The Fortune 40 Underneath
40 that simply occurred,
is {that a} turning level in my profession?
Positive, some folks now
consider me in another way
‘trigger I am within the context of
these folks, but it surely’s not.
It is simply chug and chug and chug and chug
and chug and chug and chug and chug,
And so chug.
Thanks for watching the present.
You want that DRock?
(laughing off digicam)
Do not edit that half, I
need your giggle in there.
Thanks for watching the present all people.
Episode 36 within the bag.
Query of the day.
(sighs)
You realize, to make use of this
complete theme of the present,
query of the day, very merely,
do you suppose you are a chugger,
or do you suppose that you simply
had a turning level second,
and if it was, what was that?
And by the best way, Episode 35, we dropped off
of the momentum of
Episode 34 on the banter.
I’ve advised you concerning the banter.
I am unable to be on this
scenario the place I’ve to
yell at you about banter
after which it occurs
and then you definitely fall off your subsequent episode.
I anticipated possibly 15
episodes, and I might need to
speak about banter once more,
however the neighborhood,
get within the feedback. Get within the feedback.
Thanks.
You retain asking questions,
I am going to preserve answering them.
Oh crap, wait, subscribe!
I would like subscriptions as a result of I am unable to push
this many proper hooks in
social, so subscribe!

#AskGaryVee Episode 35: E-mail Advertising and marketing in On the current time’s World

– On this episode, I
discuss the long run worth
of e-mail, oranges and gurus.
You ask questions, and I reply them.
That is The #AskGaryVee Present.
All people that is Gary Vay-ner-chuk
and welcome to episode quantity 35
of The #AskGaryVee Present.
Enjoyable reality in regards to the quantity 35,
that’s the huge harm,
Frank Thomas’s quantity,
my favourite non-Yankee baseball participant
‘trigger I collected all his rookie playing cards,
and my pal, Brandon and
I, who runs Wine Library
proper now made a settlement after we had been 15
that if Frank Thomas was gonna be superior
‘trigger we purchased his rookie playing cards,
and he went to the Corridor
of Fame that we’d go.
That occurred this final summer time
because the Large Harm bought inducted.
We went up there, however
one thing bizarre occurred.
We realized there was a 90
mile storage sale occurring
within the common space,
and we skipped the Corridor
of Fame and we went to the
90 mile storage sale.
That is referred to as adjusting.
– [Voiceover] Madison asks,
“As an e-mail marketer,
I say e-mail isn’t lifeless.
Do you suppose e-mail will
be kind of related
in three to 5 years?
– Madison, nice query.
For me three to 5 years
is at all times onerous to foretell
that approach out, however I will get to that half,
and earlier than I truly
reply this query,
I simply wanna give an enormous
shout out to the VaynerNation
for supporting this present.
I am actually having fun with it.
I used to be tremendous bummed about Friday night time,
so I apologize, I believe I
tweeted that I used to be gonna have it.
I let some folks down, I
hate letting folks down.
E mail is unquestionably not lifeless.
I might say that e-mail proper now
I like advertising and marketing within the
12 months that we reside in.
So, I might say proper now that
e-mail is a really killer app.
Now are open charges at 90
p.c like I had in 1997,
completely not, however is it an
personal channel that you simply management
and do not should be on the
mercy of all these different
platforms which you can
market to your folks,
for certain, I believe we won’t
be naive to the truth that
Google made modifications with
Gmail a couple of 12 months in the past
if looks like now, or inside
the 12 months the place we went
to a promotions tab. I see
Stunwin shaking his head.
Steve, had been you impacted
by the promotions tab,
had been you a part of any e-mail lists that you simply
seen went there?
– Oh yeah, completely.
– This is the punch line query.
Present me, punch line query.
This is the punch line query.
Do you’re feeling that a few of
those who bought switched to the
promotions tabs, you’ve got
truly fallen off ‘trigger they
do not go to your native in
feed and also you both unsubscribe
otherwise you simply do not pay
consideration to anymore?
– Completely gone, yeah,
most likely 5 – 6 emails.
– That is my concern,
so what’s taking place is,
do I believe e-mail will matter
in three to 5 years?
For certain, I believe it is in play.
It is a channel, it is not going anyplace.
Do I believe it is lifeless?
Completely not.
Do I believe it is going to be extra or
much less helpful as a advertising and marketing
engine, I’ll go along with much less
helpful in three to 5 years.
It’ll nonetheless be very helpful
‘trigger it is the most effective
channels, however it is going to be much less helpful.
That complete entrepreneurs
damage every thing line that
I exploit quite a bit, that is
what that is all about.
Platforms come alongside.
They’ve worth, after which
we market towards them
after which customers type of push off.
It is cops and robbers.
It is cat and mouse.
Over and again and again.
And we’re dwelling in a
course of now that we’re into
the second decade of e-mail
being ruined by entrepreneurs.
– [Voiceover] Troy asks, “I
work in two completely different areas.
“How do I exploit social
media platforms in order that
“I am not complicated my viewers?”
– Troy, it is a quite simple query.
You alter to the platform at hand.
So we’re very detailed on this present.
For Twitter, the best way
you do not confuse them,
in the event you’re speaking about
two various things,
I will, uh, enterprise and
wine discuss is you create two
completely different channels and also you
have an @winelibrary account
and you’ve got an at
@garyvaynerchuk account, Gary Vee,
and that is what I did, or
you simply grow to be so branded
in each that you simply really feel
snug being, type of,
a renaissance man or girl,
and you may go that route.
However you must react to the platform.
So on Twitter, you simply
create two completely different accounts,
and also you promote by means of them.
On Fb although, the
focusing on capabilities permits you
to simply be your self and
discuss to folks that act,
you’ll be able to plan, to folks
which might be 25 to 45 which might be
into wine and you place out a wine content material,
and they’ll like that, and you realize,
22 to 27 which might be into
podcasts, and also you do this,
after which they need you
to speak about that factor,
so Fb provides you the
flexibility to focus on.
You already know, Twitter doesn’t.
And so you’ve got gotta alter.
YouTube channel, do you’ve gotten
two channels, do you’ve gotten one.
That is one thing we have talked about
‘trigger we wanna chop up
each reply right into a query.
As a matter of reality, let’s hyperlink
up the primary one we put up,
proper the tennis factor.
One right here.
And so, you realize…
The actual reply to this
query, Troy, is you’ve got gotta
alter to the platform’s
functionality to drive house
the fragmentation or
the one channel course of,
so that you go place by place.
Pinterest, you’ll be able to create a board, proper,
you’ll be able to have an account, you
can create completely different boards
and on sure boards
you place out content material about
regardless of the hell you are doing,
and regardless of the hell you are
doing that is completely different,
so that you, Tumblr, you’ll be able to
create a bunch of various
type of, blah, blah, blah .tumblr.com,
so that provides you flexibility.
So I am supplying you with very detailed
solutions right here, my pal.
It is not tremendous onerous, you’ve gotten
to have the precise technique
per the platform based mostly on
the pliability of that
platform to ship the story.
– [Voiceover] Michael asks,
“How do you outline hustle?”
– Michael, that is humorous
as a result of present his face.
‘Trigger I can see him grinning.
This was the primary question–
What are we 35 in 5?
This was the primary query
of 150 questions that I can
see from the nook of
my eye he actually stated,
“How do you outline hustle?”
‘Trigger he might see this (laughter)
I imply it is a difficult query.
So to begin with, it is
completely different for everyone, proper,
however I might say hustle is to me,
is that when you’ve gotten
ardour round one thing,
that you simply had been squeezing
each final little bit of the juice
out of the orange, proper.
To me, hustle is maximizing
the power you are
placing into anyone.
I am blown away by folks
saying that they are hustling
they usually wanna obtain these nice issues,
after which their actions do not match.
It is like saying you
actually wanna drop pounds,
whereas consuming a Large Mac, proper?
So to me, hustle could be
placing all of your effort
into attaining the purpose at hand,
and for me, which means
making each minute depend.
Hiring a full time assistant who’s…
Friday night time did not occur
as a result of I used to be hustling each minute,
like if I miss my 15
minutes to tape this present,
I’ve missed my 15 minutes
as a result of there’s a lot
hustle in my day there is no, you realize,
there is no like…
There is no hanging out.
There is no time we’re like,
if I might do like one joke
with you guys as I am
strolling in between conferences,
we discover that to be a uncommon
acquaintance scenario,
like incidence, not acquantance.
Hustle is placing all of it in a line.
Hustle is waking up one
day, the day earlier than you die,
and also you realizing you gave it your all
till the parenting of your kids,
the constructing of your companies,
the philanthropy you needed to do,
no matter you outline, it is simply,
you realize, all in, emotionally
and executionally.
In idea and technique, and in execution.
– Hey, Bridget Willard right here
from you too could be a guru
and #guruminutevideos.
I lastly have a query for
Gary Vee and the VaynerNation
for #AskGaryVee Present.
One among my folks requested
me, “Out of curiousity,
“what do you actually get from
having 10,000 followers?”
So, I am differing to you, and your knowledge.
And keep in mind,
♍ You too could be a guru ♍
– That was a pleasant voice on the finish there,
some actual expertise within the VaynerNation.
Oh, by the best way, there might be no present on
Thursday as a result of AJ and
I are going to Cleveland
to see LeBron’s first
recreation again in Cleveland
towards my New York Knick’s,
and so I am enthusiastic about that.
And it is a bit public
service announcement.
Additionally, in the event you’ve not been paying consideration,
I have been writing my ass off
on garyvaynerchuk.com so test that out,
please click on out.
I might love within the feedback,
as a matter of reality,
within the feedback query of the day,
what do you consider
garyvaynerchuk.com web site?
Professionals, cons, your ideas, your two cents.
Your three cents, if
you wanna roll that approach.
To reply this query,
you too could be a guru, by
the best way, I wanna handle that
actual fast, we kinda
addressed that just lately.
You could be a guru in the event you
truly bought guru expertise.
You possibly can’t simply say you are
a guru, that is primary.
After which to reply the query,
that’s the incorrect query.
What’s 10,000 followers get you?
Nothing or every thing, I do not know.
When you have 10,000 followers who 9,000 of which
purchase each, purchase 48 copies
of your e book if you’ve
put it out on Twitter,
properly then that sounds
actually helpful.
Should you’ve bought 10,000 followers
‘trigger to procure them on some
bizarre Ebay public sale as a result of
you needed to behave cool
amongst your folks and
if you publish one thing
no one provides a rat’s ass, I
would say that is much less helpful,
and so the query, my pals,
is at all times the incorrect factor.
So what all people will get confused about.
I might care much less about
the highest line consciousness,
although it issues, proper?
What do like 14 million folks
watching this video imply?
Means I bought extra at bats of
folks to get into my content material,
into my world, discover worth
in me, thus creating
the start of a relationship,
which then might lead
to one thing, however life is lengthy.
It is a lengthy path.
Solely is one follower of 10,000
actually change the course
of your online business or private life, proper?
And so, that is the incorrect query.
The precise query is what
are you attempting to attain?
See, my pals, I am a reverse engineer.
Let me say it once more
as a result of if you have not figured
it out within the seven years
that you simply adopted me, I am
gonna say it yet another time.
As a matter of reality, Zak, present Zak’s face
‘trigger I am gonna inform him
one thing proper to his face.
Zak, I want a t-shirt that
says, “I am a reverse engineer”
and as you realize, I by no means
scrutinize the artistic,
and I am at all times like, nice,
this one I am gonna care about
as a result of I wanna put on it each God rattling day
as a result of that is who I’m,
I am a reverse engineer.
Whether or not I want 10,000 followers
or I have to, each resolution
is based on what
am I attempting to attain?
Each long run and brief time period,
and that is the important thing, my pals.
One of many issues you’ve gotten
to do is you must steadiness
each your brief time period objectives,
and your long run objectives.
So, I wanna purchase the Jets,
and so a number of issues
that I do I depart tons
of cash on the desk
as a result of I believe it might harm my model
or my notion of my
alternatives the place I do not
be ok with it and I really feel
like I might burn a bridge.
A bridge I might have to purchase the Jets.
The identical token, I want
construct VaynerMedia to be
an enormous firm so I can
afford wonderful workers
like this to scale content material like this.
So, it is all technique, however
I am at all times fascinated about
why, why, why, why, why, why?
All of it needs to be reversed engineered.
So why do you want 10,000 followers?
Perhaps in 2007 you wanted
10,000 followers or the worth was.
You had been one of many solely
folks with 10,000 followers
and all people thought you had been cool.
Even folks simply adopted
me as a result of I had a number of
followers again in 2006
and 7 and eight.
And that gave me leverage.
They then paid consideration to me,
fortunate for me I do not even
know why I am doing air quotes
proper now ‘trigger that is how fired up I’m,
however fortunate for me I had
one thing good to say.
Whether or not it was about wine,
and that is a basketball,
whether or not it was about, get me some wine.
Anyone get me a bottle of wine,
is there any wine right here?
Whether or not it was about wine,
whether or not it was about enterprise.
I do not know why this represents enterprise.
Sure, get it to me, hurry.
Whether or not it was about wine,
whether or not it was about enterprise, and so…
10,000 followers or anything you do.
Why do I want a medium account?
Why do I want one million followers on Fb?
Why ought to I be advertising and marketing on Snapchat?
It is all technique.
For me, I market on Snapchat
as a result of I wanna study
the platform as a result of I
wanna at all times be forward
as a result of I wish to earn the best for you
to spend these 15 minutes with me,
and the one motive you are
spending these 15 minutes
with me, and sure, I am very enticing,
and sure, I am massively charismatic,
however it’s as a result of I am
offering you with worth.
I am saving you time to
spend the a whole lot of hours
that I and my group spend
to provide the punchlines
of what you could know
to navigate by means of a
2015 advertising and marketing world,
and that is it, and it is that straightforward.
So, the worth’s a silly query.
The precise query is, what
are you attempting to perform,
and is Twitter the platform
that may aid you accomplish it?
Whether it is, now you begin
understanding what the worth
could be.
My pals, is that it?
– [Voiceover] Yet another, if you wish to.
– I will take it.
– [Voiceover] Aimee asks, “A
professor as soon as stated to me,
“it is higher to be a giant
fish in a small pond,
“do you agree?”
– Aimee, this, you realize,
I am gonna be very upfront
on this query, it is a
good option to bang out the present.
That appears like a loser professor to me.
It is small time pondering.
I do not subscribe to it.
There’s a number of
practicality in it, proper?
It is quite a bit simpler to be the
most profitable enterprise man
in St. Louis, Missouri, than
it’s to be on the earth,
proper, so I perceive the thesis.
However actually, that to
me could be very conservative,
not in my DNA pondering.
That could possibly be nice
recommendation for lots of people
who’re delirious and suppose
they’re higher than they’re,
although I like to drive by means of self worth
and optimism, and I
suppose early in your life,
it’s best to completely
shoot for the best stars
which you can.
I believe as life strikes on,
and time strikes on you want
to grow to be extra sensible.
You’ve got bought payments, and youngsters,
and all these sorts of issues,
however to start out off one’s
profession within the first 20 years,
name to your 40, to be in that pondering,
I believe that limits.
There have been so many individuals who’ve
hedged and settled of their lives,
and actually, I am not the
type of character that is
going to play in that type of sphere.
I am entering into a distinct path.
It is what comes pure to me,
however it’s additionally as a result of I
suppose I might be the largest
and the baddest in any recreation I play,
It is simply how I am wired.
I believe this comes all the way down to
it is most likely superb recommendation to some,
and it is most likely
atrocious recommendation to others,
and because of this I proceed
to say if I might inject
something into anyone, it
could be self-awareness
as a result of it might assist
you reply this query
as a result of for lots of people,
it is most likely actually stable
recommendation from me, and from
lots of you watching this,
it is crap recommendation.
All proper, now I can wrap up the present.
My pals, this time, thank
you a lot for watching
the present, you’ve got bought
your query of the day.
Thanks for listening,
watching, jamming,
interacting, the banter
from the final episode
was phenomenal.
I miss all of you, and I am unable to
wait to tape tomorrow’s present,
which is gonna be early, and I am excited,
so we’ll have that up early tomorrow,
within the scheme of issues,
early afternoon verses
late afternoon, DRock, no strain.
You retain asking questions,
I’ll hold answering them.
I like that half.
Oh crap, wait, subscribe!
(beatboxing)
I want subscriptions as a result of
I am unable to push this many
proper hooks in social, so subscribe!

Procrastination Lessons Realized from Construction Studio – Pat at Cal (Video 2)

okay so right here we’re in Wurster Corridor the truly truly the seventh ground of Worcester Corridor in Berkeley California and that is the place I went to highschool that is that is this I imply go searching that is what this was my life for 4 years right here at UC Berkeley now I did not go to highschool to learn to do on-line enterprise or any kind of enterprise in any respect however there are plenty of issues that I discovered particularly in structure college that I apply now in my on a regular basis life actually and the one factor I need to discuss is procrastination actually and the way to eliminate it and kind of what comes together with it as a result of in structure college they kind of assign these large initiatives to those large initiatives to us that final you already know two or three months typically and you already know by the tip of the deadline you’d should have this complete challenge completed after which current it in entrance of a jury or a panel of different architects who would kind of then type of see how you probably did or choose your work and and offer you suggestions and issues like that now two or three months is a extremely very long time to work on a challenge and lots of people I do know together with myself at the start would say you already know what that is a very long time I can do it later and that is the worst factor you might ever do particularly with a giant challenge like this throughout my very first challenge you already know we might have two or three months to work on it I did not begin engaged on it actually engaged on it till perhaps a month or perhaps a couple weeks till the deadline and on account of all that point ready I used to be simply scrambling and I bought a extremely unhealthy evaluation in my jury later I discovered that that was completely the fallacious strategy to go about it I imply two weeks is plenty of time however when you’ve gotten a challenge that needs to be you already know two or three months lengthy which I do know plenty of us have initiatives that might doubtlessly be two or three months lengthy you already know writing a e book or placing up a weblog put up and launching it or making a product or something like that basically it’s a must to break it down into steps and what lots of people did on their very own was they created mini deadlines alongside the best way so it they might take that large objective and chunk it up into little targets and kind of work backwards you already know begin on the finish after which you already know a pair weeks earlier than that what what they should have a pair weeks earlier than that what do they should have all the best way till to the place you are at from time to time by then they might simply know kind of the place they have been and in the event that they have been on observe and in the event that they weren’t they will hustle a bit of bit extra keep in a single day in studio which we frequently did but it surely was humorous as a result of plenty of the individuals who appeared to work the toughest you already know after we have been all within the studio earlier than our deadlines those who appeared to work the toughest sometimes have been those that bought the worst opinions and it was as a result of they have been placing all that working on the finish and the individuals who had already put that work in you already know little by little over time they weren’t stressing in any respect and so they solely have little issues to do and so they can work on these even smaller issues that may make their initiatives a bit of bit extra excellent and and you already know they ended up getting higher opinions because of this in order that’s that is one thing I discovered in structure college that I apply every single day now increase

#AskGaryVee Episode 34: The model to Invent a Inside most Model from Nothing

– On this episode I talk
about hot guys and girls,
banter, and Twitter’s new algorithm.
You ask questions and I answer them.
This is The #AskGaryVee Show.
Hey everybody, this is Gary Vay-ner-chuk,
and you’re watching episode number 34
of The #AskGaryVee Show.
Fun fact about the number 34,
that is the number that the Oak Tree,
Charles Oakley wore
during the ’90’s Knicks,
my favorite squad of all time.
Other fun fact about Charles Oakley
is he punched a lot of people
directly in their face.
– [Voiceover] Veronique asks,
“You say to put out quality content daily.
“Can I add curated
content to my own content?
“If yes, what’s the right mix?”
– V, thanks so much for
a great first question.
I’m real excited, by the way,
I’ve been really missing the show.
Between the weekend and traveling
to LA and St. Louis on Monday and Tuesday.
Big shout out to everybody
who’s listening on the podcast.
Oh, I said watching.
I didn’t say watching and
listening on the intro.
Well, that’s just how it is sometimes.
Anyway, the answer to your
question is absolutely.
As a matter of fact, I
think what I call DJing,
the ability to take
content that’s going on
all around the world right now
and bring it into your voice
and putting it out there
is an enormous skill set.
I think it’s mapping what’s happening
in the actual music world, right?
You look at what’s happening in EDM
and other places of that nature,
DJs, people that are able to take a lot
of different things and put ’em together,
it’s sort of like being
a great chef, isn’t it?
So, actually I think one of my biggest
weaknesses is my lack of curation.
Because I take so much pride
in that the content is mine.
I haven’t gone out and taken
articles from other people
and then like kinda jumped on top of that.
I remember loving Tumblr.
One of the reasons I invested in Tumblr
way back when was the
notion of reblogging,
like tumbling something.
You hit somebody else’s blog post
and then you wrote your
two cents on top of it.
The retweet functionality, with a quote,
and then you’d put your
own two cents on Twitter,
I think still has a lot more potential.
They like limit you to room.
I love the ability to retweet,
and then have 140 characters,
and let the whole thing be 250 characters.
Twitter, you should steal that
because I think that would
make Twitter much better.
I think the adding of
two sets has always been
something that I think has been valuable.
And you look at somebody
like Guy Kawasaki.
I mean people look at his
Twitter feed, it’s all curation.
He treats himself like a media company.
It’s almost not him.
It’s like the Guy Kawasaki network,
and he’s just putting out
hundreds of tweets a day
it feels like of just different articles,
things of that nature, kind
of like a human Nuzzel,
or kind of like a human RSS feed.
So I think curation of
other people’s stuff
or passing on other headlines
is the biggest weakness
in my social media content game.
And I highly recommend
all of you working on it,
and if it feels comfortable.
For a lot of people,
you know I would say my,
here comes a humblebrag, (bells rings)
but I’ve been doing a lot of that lately.
If you can see the latest
video. (clicks tongue)
I like that dynamic pause, don’t edit it.
So for me I think the reason
I don’t do as much curation
is I have the ability to do
original content at scale.
That’s a struggle for a lot of people,
so for a lot of people that
don’t know what to say,
the curation of other content
and being the news source
for somebody and the rest of the world,
under their context, within their genre,
if you’re a yoga person
or a health person,
or a pumpkin picker, your
two cents on Apple Pay,
or George Clooney’s wedding
or things of that nature,
under the context of being
a pumpkin picker matters.
– [Voiceover] Darren asks, “How much sleep
“should you get on average?
“Do you work seven days a week?
“Do you have set days off
to spend time with family?”
– Darren, you know this
is a great question,
I get it asked a lot.
I talk so much about hustle
and people don’t think I sleep.
You know, I try to get six
or seven hours of sleep.
I think sleep is massively
important for the body.
Right now I’m working out a
lot, as you guys can tell.
And that’s affecting my sleeping patterns.
Not that I sleep better, by
the way, everybody thought.
I was so exhausted before that I was just
sleeping like a rock, I’m
lucky with the sleeping,
but I sleep quite a bit.
Weekends are for the family.
No this on the weekend, anymore
for the last couple years.
Lot more vacation time.
Going from maybe a week or two,
even as early as four or
five years ago to now,
then three or four, now even like five.
So sleep’s important, rest is important,
recharging’s important.
It’s not about 365 days
of complete insanity.
It’s about 265 days of complete insanity,
and a hundred days of really resting
and giving you the energy
to have that insanity.
I think hustle is about when you’re in it,
versus every day doing it, right.
So for me, it’s this
Tuesday, uh Wednesday, see?
This Wednesday is all in, right?
Like I’m gonna go all in
the whole way, every minute.
A lot of the people that
are around my life now,
even you guys probably,
get very caught off guard
of how I have zero minutes in
play for 15 hours in a day.
Like there is no, Zak needs
like two minutes to like,
hey look at this new
design for Wine Library,
and DeMayo, my assistant’s
like, yeah next Thursday.
And he’s like, two minutes, right?
So I go all in on the days I’m in,
but boy, do I rest when I rest.
And boy, do I check out when I check out.
I don’t even like travel.
I don’t want the pyramids
of the Eiffel Tower,
I don’t care about the coral reefs.
When I vacation, I need
to sleep on a beach.
And don’t talk to me.
That’s how much recharging.
When I sleep, if you walked into my home,
punched me directly in the face,
and stabbed me with a knife in my left arm
while I was sleeping, and
robbed everything in my home,
I’d still not wake up.
That’s how all in I am when I’m resting.
So I’m just an all in character,
regardless of what I’m doing.
– [Voiceover] Cory asks, “What
have you found is the best
“way to introduce
non-wine drinkers to wine
“without it seeming overwhelming?”
– Cory, I took this question because
not only for the wine people listening,
but for the business
people that are trying
to educate about social media or apps
or tech culture, it’s the same game.
Why did I over-index in the wine world?
And why do I think I over-index
in the business marketing,
operations, social media marketing world?
I said marketing twice
’cause it’s so nice,
it’s because I talk to
people, not down to them.
How do you get people into your thing?
How do you do that?
You talk to them, to them,
not down to them.
That’s the struggle for everybody
who gets any level of expertise.
They get this expertise and
they want to leverage it
against their audience to
establish I’m here, you’re here.
I fully believe, and I
can guarantee the comments
coming right now that one of the reasons
people watch and listen to this show
and have followed me for
the last seven years,
when I was educating about
wine, intimidating subject,
or social media, new intimidating
subject to a lot of people
is I’m talking level set, right?
I’m not imposing my expertise.
I’m not making anybody feel bad
that they don’t know as
much as me, snickering like,
“How could you ask me
this question, Ricky?”
I don’t do that, right?
I understand that there’s 99% of the world
that I know jack crap about.
I know my couple little things,
and when I’m trying to
learn about other things
from other people that know,
it’s nice to be talked to at that level,
which is respect as a human
being, not being imposed
on something you learned
a little bit more about.
And so, you want to get people into wine,
or anything else for all
of you that are watching,
and I see a lot of you
who are watching trying
to impose your expertise on food, or pets,
or anything of that nature,
I highly recommend you start realizing
you’re talking to
somebody, not down to them.
– [Voiceover] Adam says, “I
understand that marketers
“ruin everything, but is
Twitter’s latest algorithm change
“going to damage the user experience
“and the essence of Twitter?”
– Adam, congrats on getting on this show.
Guys, let’s give a huge shout out,
a collective shout out in the comments,
and go on Twitter and
give him a shout out.
Adam has hustled, has
asked a lot of questions.
He has persevered, he has taken my advice
from some other episode recently,
where I just say, keep asking,
keep asking, keep asking.
He didn’t give up, a lot
of you have given up.
A lot of you have stopped
using the #AskGaryVee hashtag
to try to get on the
show with your question
because after 20 episodes
you didn’t get on.
Loser mentality.
Winner mentality is
Adam, who has completely
over-indexed on asking over and over
and over to get on the show.
Big props to you, brother.
The answer to your question.
Life is very simple.
Whether it’s for Twitter showing you ads,
or Facebook which has
set this up for Twitter
’cause they’re following
that notion of discovery.
Whether it’s dating the most attractive
guy or girl you’ve ever dated before,
but they actually aren’t
that nice of a person.
And you actually don’t
like them that much.
This is more of a guy thing
from what I can tell from my girlfriends,
but like that notion, that same psychology
plays out on this answer,
which is the world is
predicated on the value
it’s providing you versus what
it’s doing to you otherwise.
Meaning, was that a dog?
– [DRock] I don’t know
what happened there.
– If you’re listening, that was not a dog,
from what we could tell.
My friends, it’s very simple.
It’s the value proposition, it’s a seesaw.
Does it kill Twitter?
It kills Twitter for the
people that don’t value
everything else that Twitter does,
and find seven to 10 more tweets
in their stream not
valuable enough. Right?
When you’re a young guy,
and you get that hottest
girl that you’ve ever dated,
she’s so pretty, you don’t care about
that she’s like hurting your feelings,
and mean to your friends,
and not letting you hang out
with your friends at all,
you let that all go ’cause you
value the beauty over that,
and as you evolve, eventually
if she’s the worst,
you can finally, after
the beauty subsides,
and you’ve calibrated the
beauty, you go the other way.
And that’s just the way it is about life.
You love your family so much
that you let them get away with so much.
That’s the bottom line.
Facebook has enough value in
keeping up with your friends,
and has a lot of data
to show you the stuff
that you actually want to see,
and that’s why we’re tolerating it.
And you could tell me the
kids are going off of it,
and they’re on Snapchat and
Instagram and so are you,
and that’s fine, that makes sense,
but Facebook’s data shows
the world, it’s true,
that we’re still on it at enough scale.
If Twitter’s unable to do that,
or any other product in the world,
Tumblr was very valuable
to high school kids,
it was a different creative place,
they didn’t make the shift
to mobile fast enough
and good enough and they
lost their value proposition
when something else came along.
What happens when the pretty girl
with an awesome attitude comes along?
And so the answer to this question,
as you can see I’ve used human,
kind of like what we all grew up with,
kind of psychology, it’s
very simple which is,
it’s all about the value prop, right?
The second this show doesn’t
bring you enough value,
you stop watching. Period, end of story.
And that’s what it’s all about.
And so Twitter has a
challenge of making sure
its product brings enough value
that the little things that
maybe don’t bring you value
still don’t offset the value.
– (speaking foreign language), Gary!
My name’s Rafael, I run the
Personal Development YouTube Channel.
My question to you is,
what would you do if
you were starting over
and building your personal
brand all over again?
Basically getting the name GaryVee
out there, all over again.
In this day and age, what would you do
to go out there and really spread the word
and to get yourself known?
– I love this question and
boy, I’m gonna set it up.
Do I have a really good answer for this,
because you, and thanks for the question,
and every other youngster
needs to hear this
really, really loud and clear.
And this is not being disrespectful
because I was a 22-year-old
genius business person
in my mind because of what I did.
But I would do exactly what I did.
Which is, for the first 10
years of my professional career,
I didn’t say a damn thing.
From 22 to 32, when it comes to business,
at 30 I started Wine Library TV.
From 22 to 32, and one would argue
that I was really doing business since 14,
but I’ll just say 22 ’cause it
was all in, no school, fine.
From 22 to 32, my friend, I did nothing
in building the Gary Vaynerchuk brand.
You know what I did?
I did the work that allowed me to have
the audacity to build the
Gary Vaynerchuk brand.
This notion that you can
just come out the gate
and build your brand by growth hacking
and putting yourself out there,
and getting on some podcasts
and leveraging other people’s brands
to get on and build yourself
as in expert, in what?
Like when are we gonna start
asking all these people
that are experts, what did they do?
Here’s what I did and why I think
you should listen to me in business.
I am now in the midst
of building my second
50 million dollar plus business
within a five year window.
That’s good execution at a speed
that most people can’t
calibrate, at a high volume.
Is it 50 billion? No.
But it’s a life, right,
for a lot of people.
It’s business.
I invested in companies early on
and made a lot of money because I saw
where the market was going.
Hence the video I popped
up earlier before,
that’s linked below, of
what I saw with Apple Pay.
I did things that allowed
me to start having a shot
to be worthy of people buying a $15 book.
Or spending 15 minutes and
watching his or her show.
So I did things.
So my friend, to you, and everybody else,
I promise you before you
get your name out there,
it’d be really nice that you
can go to the accomplishments,
because when I ask you,
hey bro awesome, that
your branding or health,
or personal coach, or
whatever the hell you are,
but what did you do to become good enough
to do this, I’d like to know?
I love when people argue
with me on this issue.
They’re like, well look at
all the football coaches.
These coaches a lot of
times are not real players.
You don’t have to be a
great football player
to be a great football coach.
Guys, have you looked
at every football coach?
There’s no football coach that comes
out of nowhere at 23 years old and is then
an NFL coach and wins Super Bowls.
They’ve been a ball boy
since they were seven,
and worked within the organization
for 20 years, 15 years.
Eric Mangini, when he
was the Jets coach at 36,
had been a ball boy since he was 18.
Like they’re in it forever.
They’re kids, they’re sons
and daughters of coaches,
they’ve been in it their whole lives.
That’s how you get there.
And so this quick move of
using good, modern technology
to build up your brand,
siphoning and doing
JVs with other people to
siphon their brand equity,
that you’re passing
on, that I’m an expert,
and then coming out the gate and saying,
I’m an expert building
a brand. It’s ludicrous.
I laugh at it in my soul, in my stomach,
and so does everybody who’s got chops.
Gonna say it one more time,
I laugh at it and so does
everybody that’s got chops.
And I need you to pay attention to that.
You have to earn your opportunity
to be a personal brand.
And the only way to do that
is to actually execute.
And so when somebody asks me,
well what makes you a social media expert?
I show them things I’ve sold, in sales,
business, put money in the pocket,
predicated on marketing
within that channel.
That’s a way to do it, that I believe in.
My friends, I really appreciate
you watching the show.
Little question of the day, by the way,
really disappointed with the VaynerNation
and the Vaniacs out there, by the way,
that’s the question of the day.
Do you consider yourself
in the VaynerNation,
or do you consider yourself a Vaniac?
And can you also jump in and
explain to me the difference?
I need to figure this
out once and for all.
I go back and forth.
But I’m very disappointed in you guys.
I was flabbergasted by
the notion that I didn’t
do a question of the day
the other day and I forgot,
and a lot of people didn’t do what
I asked several episodes ago which is
just come in and talk about the show.
We need more talking in there.
I’ve noticed a couple of you interacting
with the rest of you in the
YouTube, obviously comments,
for everybody who’s listening right now,
and I know you’re
listening on the podcasts,
and I know you want to be audio first,
but the show right now is video first,
and you’ve got to respect that.
And more importantly,
you’re capable of going
to YouTube and leaving
a comment if you’d like.
It’s not like you’re crippled
from just listening to it.
I know you’re in your car right now,
but like when you get to the office,
instead of sitting around
and not doing anything
the first 15 minutes, go to
youtube.com/garyvaynerchuk
and leave a god (beeps) comment.
Just wanted to get that
off my chest, anyway.
I need banter.
I’ve got to give it to the
Wine Library TV community.
And it’s gonna take us
time, we’re just starting,
but like without a question
day, there was banter.
There was overall banter.
My friends, I need banter, I like banter!
Give me the banter!
(laughter)
I actually hit myself harder,
I actually hit myself
harder than I wanted.
All right, I’m getting stronger.
Oh crap, wait, subscribe!
(imitates buttons beeping)
I need subscriptions because
I can’t push this many
right hooks in social,
so subscribe!

What’s a Brief Strike?

let’s speak concerning the idea of a brief strike once we do put choices or name choices we all the time wish to know if we have offered the choice the place the brief strike is so let me break this up somewhat bit the strike worth on an possibility is the value we have contractually agreed to both purchase or promote the choice at so for instance I may need a contractual obligation to be buying or to be buying shares of Apple Laptop at $95 a share that particular obligation to buy at that worth is known as the strike worth now if I’ve offered an possibility whether or not it is a put possibility or a name possibility if I’ve offered it then within the terminology that we use we’re brief that possibility and we’ve an obligation so a brief strike means we’ve an obligation to buy or promote that individual firm at that individual worth that is fill city for rule one investing now go play