Business Tips: FIGURING OUT WHO YOU ARE | DailyVee 217

Business Tips: FIGURING OUT WHO YOU ARE | DailyVee 217

Awesome Tip: FIGURING OUT WHO YOU ARE | DailyVee 217


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39 Replies to “Business Tips: FIGURING OUT WHO YOU ARE | DailyVee 217”

  1. Hey there ! I have been watching Gary’s videos from time. His content really pushed me to be who I am today. Started a YouTube channel two months ago and looking for any young YouTubers wanting to grow together . Goal is to hit numbers I could never imagine.

  2. "Maybe the reasons they don't have more confidence in themselves or care about their opinion about themselves versus others is 'cause they don't know they're doing things they don't like. So you need to work on that."

    Man, it hit me so hard. No wonder why I lose my confidence sometimes on what I'm saying and that's because I do the things I don't like. In short, you really need to be true to yourself, and walk the fucking talk. I'll work on it until I make it.

    Thank you Gary Vee.

  3. I know this is not related to this video, but that dude in the advertisement just drives me fucking crazy. He is soooo fucking fake, omg, that face says, please fucking kill me and never buy this book because because of this book I eat booty to boms to make my living. That kind of person he is… 😀 Fucking bastard, damn, I hate him already… 😀

  4. Honestly. If you want to make it to the top then you will, but that has to be your goal. What you eat sleep and breathe, is just making it to the top.

    For me, my goal is to make it doing what I enjoy and not working for a company. I don’t know exactly what it is yet, but I’ve started to scratch the service in editing my videos and creating something on my YouTube channel. But I’m also the biggest obstacle in my way. I literally lack belief in myself and no long ago I’ve told myself how much I just hate myself. Being aware of this, makes me feel so inadequate and that I don’t have what it takes to make it. I wish I could have someone to just kick me in the face and tell me to knock it off every day.

    Give me advice on how to do this, then maybe I can make it places.

  5. great content but the music is terrible! Your editor must be a young kid, but i get you want youngsters to watch it. I think you would capture older folks even more with focusing on easing back with the rap!

  6. You’ve really been helping me out a lot lately. Keep doing u man you’re doing amazing things (even though you wouldn’t give a fuck about my opinion and would just do what u want which I admire) lmao love ya man thanks

  7. How do you know which areas you just need to work on more versus being sucky at it because it's not in your 'DNA'? I'm interested in a lot of areas such as psychology and mental health, writing, acting, dancing, drawing, and just recently realized public speaking can also be my thing. I love figuring out how people think, figure out what connects us to each other, figure out what most people's worries are and create something that ultimately, we're all similar to each other and are common in a lot of areas that we think we are. Maybe create something that just generally fuels more empathy in others? I know I want to create something like that but I don't know which artistic endeavor I should focus on

  8. He needs the cameras in order to feel like he is the center of attention, always. He needs to feel that he is the center of his own story. The cameras trigger him to turn "on" for the audience in his head so he is always in performance mode.

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