Business Tips: An All-Time Interview on Changing Your Life’s Perspective | Interview With Evolv Daily in Dallas

Business Tips: An All-Time Interview on Changing Your Life’s Perspective | Interview With Evolv Daily in Dallas

Awesome Tip: An All-Time Interview on Changing Your Life’s Perspective | Interview With Evolv Daily in Dallas



I think that this interview with Evolv Daily in Dallas, Texas is one of the greatest interviews that I’ve ever done. If this video doesn’t give you perspective on your life, you’re mindset is broken and you need to be auditing yourself to find out why that is.

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Gary Vaynerchuk is a serial entrepreneur and the CEO and founder of VaynerMedia, a full-service digital agency servicing Fortune 500 clients across the company’s 4 locations. Gary is also a prolific public speaker, venture capitalist, 5-time New York Times Bestselling Author, and has been named to both Crain’s and Fortune’s 40 Under 40 lists.

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40 Replies to “Business Tips: An All-Time Interview on Changing Your Life’s Perspective | Interview With Evolv Daily in Dallas”

  1. It would be very interesting to get a play-by-play breakdown of that first $80k Gillette client, How Gary persuaded them and the actual service he provided and how many Vayner employees there were at that point

  2. I love this guy. And I hate to brag about me, but I'm so pumped up thay I will say I'm on that positive, grateful, humble, no complaining mindset. And I have never spent 5 dollars in a coffee [and stuff]

  3. Dude…I busted my ass at Starbucks at night after washing windows in the morning or bartending in the afternoon. And then I went home and studied my dick off and taught myself web design. I'm grateful for every "soft" person that came in and purchased their $5 coffee drink. And so is every parent that worked 20 hours a week to afford health insurance for that families.

  4. Gary Gary Gary, be careful, take care of your health. If you lose it you will lose your positive mindset. I guess the reason I'm saying this is I've worked too hard and lost mine. Everything you say is gold though

  5. mr G.Vee just the best
    watching this just remember me about a situation at my work in Italy,
    while i was changing the bin sac one of the fix employee greeted me an started complaining of the government, tax etc
    i just told him in this country if u have a job ur bless! go figure
    my boss n i became close just bc i usually post on whatsapp story how much life is good even after a hard hot day at work.

  6. Gary Question!

    You said when you lend someone $20 it’s gone you just forget it but what If It was thousands of dollars agreed upon? Does the situation change for you. I’d think forgetting $20 is different than $20,000

    Just interested in the responses and opinions.

  7. Surfing social media, its clear that most people are soft. Gary is right. People are entitled and ungrateful. A lot aren't willing to make sacrifices and then complain.

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