Business Tips: #1 Thing for an Intern or College Student to Do | 2018 Summer Interns Fireside Chat

Business Tips: #1 Thing for an Intern or College Student to Do | 2018 Summer Interns Fireside Chat

Awesome Tip: #1 Thing for an Intern or College Student to Do | 2018 Summer Interns Fireside Chat



The greatest advice for college students that I could possibly give you would be to do your best to meet as many people as possible. So many of you are going to wander around your college campuses and only say hi to your three homies, when you should be saying hi to anybody that looks at you. That same principle is also exactly what you should be doing at internships. Say hi to everyone and try to shake as many hands as you can.

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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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34 Replies to “Business Tips: #1 Thing for an Intern or College Student to Do | 2018 Summer Interns Fireside Chat”

  1. I PLAY IT FOR THE LONG RUN!♥️ Gary, I've discovered ur videos on Jan 1,2020 ! U just deconstruct it so well, it seems so simple. I've been doing for some simple mental blocks myself, but having seen u simplify stuff at such a depth rewires and inspires me! Respecc ♥️

  2. How can I apply for an internship at VaynerMeida? I think that would be an incredible opportunity, but I'm not sure if this was a one-time thing or if it's recursive.

  3. You wanted time stamps of what stood out. And even though I got a lot from it all and I thought that it all was great content and some things stood out. What the one big one to me was that you took time out to meet with these young people and unknowst to you that your brother had done it before you had so well. I think what stood out the most was the geunine care for the well being and advancement of these young people lives that you and your brother have for these young people.

  4. I've re-watched this video a couple of times now and just took notes. It's amazing.

    The "getting off your parents' payroll and hence eliminating their leverage" is powerful af!

    Also – "it's super easy once it gets quiet". SO TRUE!

  5. 24:40 Gary could you please go deeper into the emotional pillar metaphor and how you were able to stay standing from 23-33 before you left to start vaynermedia-

    Ive past the point of trying to change my parents for the better and accepted that it only grinds more gears. Now im trying to let go trying to change them and now i feel pain and guilty about basically watching them die. They think they gonna die in a couple years or something when they could live for another 20. Its to the point i have do myself first and be the pillar but can you explain more, i know it gets down into the dark stuff but how do you accept the dark – do you genuinely look at the darkness and percieve it as all gifts and lessons from life and just literally accept and roll with the things dieing around you because they only setting you up to be stronger? I want to hear your opinion. Cant believe its been 3 weeks already since this posted.

    To the HONEY empire…

  6. its freaking amazing. I am sitting here in college watching this video thinking what the hell am I doing with my life here? The point that college is going to be gone just makes me want to go do my own thing now.
    Why don't I? Gosh damn FEAR.

  7. 55:14 "I would rather die by my own sword". on how to deal w/ parents opinion.
    Just go, stay true to my intent and let things played out.
    Get off parent's payroll
    Definitely about toxic environment and how parents give bad advice.

  8. “Get out of your parents payroll” that is what hit for me because this last couple months of what I am trying to start.. there holding me back and by being around that environment I am so much in my comfort zone. I just smiled when he said that because I am about to sign a lease this next week to start the next chapter of my life. Can’t wait to have it be “quiet” & to learn about and grow as a person.

  9. i cant stand the people in that room other than garyvee, cause they all seem like over privileged whiners. Rich people go to coachella and dont you know what they want to do in life cause theyve been spoon feed all their life. those people do rank HIGH out of 7.7 billion people. they should be lucky they even have parents providing for them. i cant stand those people.

  10. The part that stood out for me the most is what you said about getting off the payroll of your parents. I felt psychologically manipulated by my parents till I was 22 (Its was a normal thing to be dependent on your parents, until and maybe even after you finish Masters- I am from Slovakia) They always wanted just good for me, but I just knew their right is not right for me. So, one day I left home, did not finish my law degree and got off their payroll. It was not easy, but also not that hard. Now I am 29, doing what I like and the relationship with my parents is just million times better than before

  11. That dying on your own sword, correct me if I am wrong I think Elon musk has the same mentality. He rather be the dying on his own rather than not seeing what is the result or outcome of what he had done.

  12. When you said you don't think you're right, or that they are right. It is really insightful how you've grown to a point where you can action the fact that it doesn't matter who is right and wrong as long as you're just doing what you wanna do.

    You see Gary, I don't know you so I don't know if this is really you or if like some people say it's all an act to create some consistent, unique, controversial personal brand image to give people something to debate over.

    But I know one thing you talk about is true which is you do what you want, and you do what makes you happy.

    I've watched the most successful people, Steve Jobs, Oprah, and so and so and what they have in common, and what you have in common with these people is that they rarely ever talked about how they've made money over their business, or how technical financial they are, or how they've bought a Ferrari;

    They mostly talk about the emotional and spiritual drive for them to do what they do.

    They were all in it for the ride.

    Of course they were thinking about makings profits, but I believe the major part was so much more than being rich or famous or buying a jet. They wanted to be happy, they wanted to help other people, and most importantly they enjoyed doing what they're doing.

    I'm sure you'll get there some day.

    Seif,

  13. 37:5838:50 and your comments on those who tear others down. I'm with you on that. And it's clear that you're not talking about constructive feedback, which comes from a place of interest and investment in making things better. It's about hating, which is actually only worthy of one thing… non-attachment by the hated, and in a better world, that which hates. Thanks Gary. Best.

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