Business Tips: Listen Up Interns

Business Tips: Listen Up Interns

Awesome Tip: Listen Up Interns


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28 Replies to “Business Tips: Listen Up Interns”

  1. Hi Gary.
    I just started my second internship and I have to totally agree with you. I learned that intern has to get skills or connections or both and if not then he or she has to relize that the company dont have anything to offer to an intern maybe they most likely dont have anyhting to offer to new employee.

  2. I got my marketing internship, which was a requirement to graduate, from connections I got working in the factory part of the company. The production manager would always go through and talk to everyone, which I loved, and we would have longer conversations about college because he went to the one I was attending. Then when I needed the internship I hit him up asking if they had anything and the rest is history.

  3. Spoken like a true talentless loser. Focus on improving yourself and your skillset and showcasing your work in relevant places, and the contacts will come on their won. By the way, what has 'GaryVee' done in his life that he thinks himself poised enough to be giving this bullshit advice to the masses?

  4. Love this one, Gary – thank you. Im not particularly advanced in my career, but I have a job that people think is cool (for a good company). I get asked about how to get the most out of an internship, how to interview,how to advance in a career. My answer is always some version of: Find loose connections. Find a connection between what you currently do and what you'd like to do. Then give the people involved a reason to engage with you.

  5. I am working somewhere right now where everyone has their heads down, they don't respond to friendly conversations, people hate their jobs… I even had someone directly ignore my, "good morning" as we got into the elevator. Ain't nobody got time! I would rather be social and talkative than a cold person.

  6. Interning atm for small British retailer business & fully appreciate this. ALTHOUGH have almost finished implementing their snap chat account and habits. Tccchhyyyeaaaahhh Gaaryyy

  7. This was so cool to watch. I just started my summer internship this week, and one of the first books on the reading list they gave me was all about networking, which I just finished an hour ago. It totally shifted my mindset on how to network and what networking is. Oh, all of the opportunities I missed last week! Well I won't miss them next week!

    A lot of what the book said was just like what you say about the need to stop being a 19 year old dude who is trying to close on the first date. lol.


  8. I can't really hack it… my internship is working from home on digital media stuff for a music fest in Minneapolis. I only have one supervisor (who is more of a music person) and I guess that's the only one I can network with at all!

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