Business Tips: #AskGaryVee Episode 2: Tools, Sheep, and Rihanna

Business Tips: #AskGaryVee Episode 2: Tools, Sheep, and Rihanna

Awesome Tip: #AskGaryVee Episode 2: Tools, Sheep, and Rihanna



Guys THERE IS NO SUCH THING AS A BORING BUSINESS! Do you have any idea how many people are in the market for DIY content? A hardware store is literally DROWNING in potential content. Also in this episode, I get into how music producers can use social media to market their products. Watch now!

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Welcome to The #AskGaryVee show, where I answer your questions about marketing, social media, and entrepreneurship. Want to get on the show? Tweet me your question with #AskGaryVee!

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TIMESTAMPS:
0:19 – How do I create interesting content for a boring subject like a hardware store?
1:18 – How do I get the first 10 customers for a creative service startup?
2:20 – I’m taught that people are basically sheep. How does this fit with your idea of “the customer decides”?
3:18 – I’m a music producer. How can I use social to promote my content?
6:13 – Where are the best places to hire great employees these days?


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40 Replies to “Business Tips: #AskGaryVee Episode 2: Tools, Sheep, and Rihanna”

  1. Big take away for me. Engage with folks authentically! The right-hook by updating your profile to the thing you want action on. Thought this was 2 years ago, I see this tactic today on Instagram and SnapChat

  2. The first question! It made me realize how much content I could create for my own business life if I had access to just the internal resources of a hardware store! Makes me think I should find a local hardware store to partner with.

  3. Grind! Grind! Grind! Too many folks think there great fucking idea should sell itself, and that all they have to do is "tell" people about it and poof!

    Anything new relies on the grind!!!

    Love this Draga guy coming back. Grind on a small scale! Love it!

  4. @***** interesting, I reside in South Florida and currently as Im eating my pizza listening to your video I stare at the pizza shop and fucking wonder how there still open with this horrible customer service? Pizza not the best on the beach

  5. It is so cool watching these "classic" Garyvee episodes where you are literally on camera directing how it should be shot. I love that! Its also cool to see how much the show has changed since its inception- like you have someone read the question now where you didn't before, and I'm not going to lie, when I rewatched this video for the first time I just stared at the screen when the question popped up, and it took me a second to realize there was no sound and I had to read the question myself! Keep up the great innovation. Man, you move fast!

  6. I just never understood why some people think that producing mediocre content and putting it on blast ad nauseam is a viable strategy. persistence is huge, but be creative about it.

  7. Ahora entiendo la importancia de empezar con un cambio de mentalidad Gary, como bien dices, es incre铆ble como cuando iniciamos en la profesi贸n de la construcci贸n de redes nuestra visi贸n no va m谩s all谩 de vender el siguiente producto al siguiente cliente.

    Ahora que mi mentalidad ha cambiado, entiendo que yo no me dedico a vender cursos, me dedico a crear contenidos que ayuden a los dem谩s a construir redes de personas que conf铆en en ellos y que el d铆a de ma帽ana dicha red les ayude a catapultar su carrera al siguiente nivel.

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