Business Tips: We Just Don't Know How Tough It Is To Be A Fly

Business Tips: We Just Don't Know How Tough It Is To Be A Fly

Awesome Tip: We Just Don't Know How Tough It Is To Be A Fly

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35 Replies to “Business Tips: We Just Don't Know How Tough It Is To Be A Fly”

  1. Isn't that such a crazy irony. So many of us work so hard to create those freedoms for the ones we care and love for but it can actually inhibit them to a sense of mass comfort and entitlement if not cultivated with diligence. I hope I can do it right if I ever have children.

  2. hey Gary how did it feel when jerome jarr walked out of the meeting when you offered him 1 million and do you think it was a good idea on his part

  3. I hear you on that, but what you can do is instill as much hard work in them as you can. Teach them the value of a dollar by pushing them towards a job working on a farm or some other labor intensive work. Don't allow them to just prance through life by giving them everything.

    I'm not a parent so it's hard to speak on and when I was younger, my parents didn't have a lot of money, but as I grew up, their bank account grew too but they still had me and my brothers working hard ass jobs on the farm and that surely taught me the value of a dollar and how to work hard.

  4. why society associate hard work with money ? I am a 23 year old guy who travels a lot , I work 30 hours a week only and my pharmacy chain is working really well… You want to have money so you can live with your family, have vacations , make something of your life or you just want to have money so that in the end when you turn back you realise that you never LIVED , never gave time to your family… Don't work for money…. make money work for you. 🙂

  5. Going to prove this wrong. Born and raised in a wealthy home, where my parents had the hunger. But through their hunger, I'm taking it and making myself even hungrier. You'll hear my music soon. Thanks Gary. <3

  6. We do take everything for granted. It's crazy how much it happens. I try to have appreciation/gratitude whenever I can. It helps a lot with understanding where you came from

  7. we do take everything for granted. …I'm guilty of that. man, I'm so grateful I'm not a fly. I'm grateful I won the lottery of LIFE. Thanks gary for spitting the truth ….

  8. I think if everyone could live their entire life and look back they would not only want the stuff, they would WANT THE HARD WORK TOO! Because when you get things without working for it, they are empty. When you work your ass off for something and then get it, there is so much extra value associated with it. It's like winning the Lotto, such a double edged sword. It could rob you of your drive, the very thing that gives real value to your accomplishments.

  9. I just want to say I stopped watching you, I dont have fucking time now, Iam working 16 hours per day and I REALLY dont have time. I took JOB I HATE to BE MOTIVATED to do what I love, I NEED CHAOS IN MY LIFE, THANK YOU… and Gary I fucking love you. this is last time you heard from me only because you are useless to me. I dont need you now.

  10. I wonder if you use your hunger as a tool? like when you have a lot of projects going on at the same time, would you pause your hunger and focuse on the tasks even when opertunity presents itself?

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