Business Tips: Barstool Fund with Dave Portnoy

Business Tips: Barstool Fund with Dave Portnoy

Awesome Tip: Barstool Fund with Dave Portnoy


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38 Replies to “Business Tips: Barstool Fund with Dave Portnoy”

  1. Success is going from failure to failure without losing your enthusiasm. Garyvee, you are just a great inspiration. You are pushing me to accomplish my dream. Thanks a lot, my mentor! My goal is to be a powerful speaker like you.

  2. Why are business owners forced to pay their lease or rent when they are forced to close or only do take out, which will not pay their bills? Why aren’t governors freezing rents for tenants and bank loans for landlords??

  3. So cool! My business got devastated and I sold my home and moved in with my parents but luckily I had a safety net. I hope really good people get these donations and I'm sending a couple of bucks. I watched too many videos of people's lives ruined and I can't wait till we are all thru this

  4. I think we know what the cities expect….they expect the small businesses to go bankrupt. However…since their friends own the real estate leasing space, they would prefer a slow bankruptcy by restaurants so that their friends can extract the most rent possible in the process.

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