Business Tips: The Two Things That Hold You Back

Business Tips: The Two Things That Hold You Back

Awesome Tip: The Two Things That Hold You Back




Gary Vaynerchuk builds businesses. Fresh out of college he took his family wine business and grew it from a $3M to a $60M business in just five years. Now he runs VaynerMedia, one of the world’s hottest digital agencies. Along the way he became a prolific angel investor and venture capitalist, investing in companies like Facebook, Twitter, Tumblr, Uber, and Birchbox before eventually co-founding VaynerRSE, a $25M angel fund.

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42 Replies to “Business Tips: The Two Things That Hold You Back”

  1. @GaryVee I believe people can work 16 hour days and still be lazy. How? Because they procrastinate on the very tasks that will move them forward quicker. Ever have a 16 hour day and the most important thing you needed to accomplish didn't get done? Simply because you couldn't face it and procrastinated. It's mental laziness. What does mental laziness look like in your day? Mine is called perfectionism, which is a form of procrastination.

  2. So true man, it's that simple. The worst you will get its someone telling you "No", then you keep trucking forward to the next one. If you just stop at that one No, you'll never succeed.

  3. GARY! I'd like some advice, por favor. I am about to start my first sales job at a Harley Davidson dealership. I have confidence in my people skills, but have mixed up feelings about a commission based job. In short, what would be your main focus in a job like that?

  4. sometimes people know what's wrong but it's just their decision that determine everything. it's a scary time feeling both fear and lazy, it was just lately that i just do it without thinking too much to make it perfect and not feeling ashamed of failures, hope i could become a new person soon! thanks Gary!

  5. And Gary honestly you were the one who kickassed me out of it. Your few videos i watched those were the words i needed – I wont be around because ill build my business but ill kontakt you soon enough in a few years when i got the business i wanted and the dream im living. Thank you for giving that to me – i wish i would have a question for you – but im sure that will come with time and work 🙂

  6. Gary I need help. I am a closet singer-song writer. I aspire to be a musician. I am afraid of putting myself out there. I am afraid to putting my music out there. What should I do? Help me

  7. Cause and Effect!!!!! People wonder why winners win… Yet, they know in their hearts why they don't … lazy is a disease and content is a lie they tell themselves…

  8. @gary vee you forgot to add procrastination, excuses people procrastinate and make a lot of excuses right, Ooh there is no capital, Ooh the economy is bad, Ooh I have to finishing my fucking school, there is so many Oohs excuses talking from folks from Nigeria.

  9. Fear & Laziness: Two things I had before that I lack now. F**k fear and get off of your butt. No 1 owes U $hit. I'm in my twenties and I know that entitlement is total BS. "J X – Rebel" Check me out fam.

  10. Dang. This hits home. My lackluster performance in school. My mediocre performance in every activity i've ever participated in. My safe and boring middle management career – all can be summed up by a fear of failure and a lazy execution. That's what changed in the the last year. That's why i'm seeing some small success. Putting myself out there – and being diligent with execution. Thank you! THIS is the advice i wish i could give to my 17 year old self.

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