Another totally fire keynote in the books here. There's a great conversation that went on here about going to conferences to hear people speak versus sitting down, eating shit and doing the work that you hear everybody preaching about. There are no shortcuts in success, sometimes all it takes is motivation and work to drive the success. Enjoy <3
Want some ALL TIME call-in questions from the #askgaryvee shoooooow? These are the ones from the past shows you seriously can't miss - from the best advice for every 20 year old, to a business that focuses on turning human remains into ceramic gifts, it's all here. Tony Conrad, Logic, Linda Cohn and Jon Taffer guest star on these calls and they're completely FIRE. Hope you Enjoy ;)
Ännu en gång visar sig Byggmax från sin sämsta sida och Börspodden är inte sen att påpeka det. Johan återvänder från Marbella med ett spännande fastighetsbolag medan John har hittat USAs motsvarighet till O'Learys. Bostadsmarknaden då? Jadå, det är Börspodden vi pratar om! Lyssna!
Does loads of talent determine your success? No. So stop looking at other people and say, "Man, if I had his talent, I'd be able to achieve my goals." That's total bullsh*t. Here's the reality: It's not lack of talent or ability or circumstances that keep you from success. It's the failure to make the right choices. You have to know what to do and to choose to do it.
This was a great interview with Huffington Post that dove into my experience on Planet Of The Apps and why musical.ly exploded. Hit me up on Twitter and let me know your thoughts ;)
China's president Xi Jinping wields tremendous power both at home and abroad; our China editor explains why this is cause for concern. Also, foreign radio stations take aim at North Korea. And we discuss the nominees for this year's Man Booker prize
There is something that is rarely talked about in the business world and I want to start building more attention for it. That thing is self-awareness. I’m upset that the narrative these days is that everyone needs to be number one, own a company, be in charge. A lot of people are going to lose that way. Self-awareness allows people to recognize what things they do best so they can then go hard on those aspects of their life. It also helps you accept your weaknesses. What works for one person doesn’t work for everyone. I want people to learn to be at peace with themselves, to understand what they can offer, because everyone’s got something. The key, however, is learning how to find it. Self-awareness can help you do that. Self-awareness is being able to accept your weaknesses while focusing all of your attention on your strengths. The moment you decide to accept your shortcomings and bet entirely on your strengths, things will change. Trust me.
Börsen har nu tappat sitt vinnande streak men Johan är inte nöjd utan vill se mer smärta. Bostadskrisen har bara börjat tror John som ser framför sig ett 10-årigt prisfall och spånar kring vilka företag som kommer att drabbas hårdast. Dessutom har Börspodden startat en egen utredning i Cloettahärvan.
Anne McElvoy, our Senior Editor, and Zanny Minton-Beddoes, The Economist's Editor-in-Chief, ask the former Democratic Presidential candidate what stops a woman from becoming America's President and how can the Democrats win again. Also: how might other female candidates avoid getting 'Hillaried' - and is President Trump stoking two nuclear crises?
This audio track is from my latest video "The Most Important Word Ever" Watch the original here: http://youtu.be/PIJElPStJpg?list=UUctXZhXmG-kf3tlIXgVZUlw
Jeff Bussgang, a venture capitalist who teaches entrepreneurship at Harvard Business School, knows from personal experience and having funded many startups that there’s more than one way into that world. You don’t have to have a technical background. Excellent communication skills and a high emotional IQ are startup skills, too. Bussgang, the author of “Entering StartUpLand,” walks through the process of finding your dream job in a new company.
I'm really happy to be able to bring you the speech and wine tasting I gave the other night at the Wine Library Super Tasting. The super tasting's been around for a few years, but this is the first time I've done a sit down tasting like this at it. The story I tell about my best friend Brandon is unbelievable, as it came at an incredibly trying time for New York specifically. Are you enjoying these wine tastings? Hit me up on Twitter & let me know!
Trying something a little different here to see what you guys think. This clip includes the tasting notes from the first ever month of my monthly wine club, so for all you wine lovers out there, you're gonna love it ;)
This clip is exactly what I mean when I say that audio and voice are MASSIVE time savers. When I wanted to send a pretty lengthy message out to my team to debate our YouTube strategy, I could have typed it out on my phone, but instead utilized the voice recording function to say what I wanted to say. It may not seem like a lot of time saved, but once you start compiling and compounding these choices, it adds up and you can get so much more done <3
People always email or DM me and say stuff like "Oh, Andy, I'm going to be the best entrepreneur that you've ever seen. I know you'll be proud." But then they add, "Uh, but I don't know where to start." Well, in this episode, I tell you where the start. I give you the basic sh*t you need to do to get rolling in business and making money."
My buddy Lewis Howes wrote a book called The Mask of Masculinity. He joined me in the studio and we talked about how getting honest and transparent and dealing with your sh*t will help you succeed. We also talked about how being vulnerable doesn't make you a p*ssy, but actually helps you be even more driven and competitive. This is one of my favorite episodes ever. Listen and learn.
I think you all know this man. He's the mastermind behind the "rapping for a job at vaynermedia" music video that went viral on reddit and around the internet. His story's all time, so I know you'll all appreciate it ;)
I've been throwing some serious right hooks lately, which is the opposite of what I've been doing. Between the wine clubs, the Q&A conference, and few others I've been demonstrating the hunger in my nature for sales. This is something that a lot of you need to hear from me, that it's completely fine to throw that right hook & sell - especially if you believe in what you're selling. If you have no faith in the product or service on your end, why would somebody else - which is where accountability kicks in. Hope you take this to heart and learn from it <3