Business Tips: How to Start Squashing Your Insecurities | Tea With GaryVee

Business Tips: How to Start Squashing Your Insecurities | Tea With GaryVee

Awesome Tip: How to Start Squashing Your Insecurities | Tea With GaryVee



This was a super impactful episode of “Tea With GaryVee”. Especially the last call with Chris where he and Gary get into a really deep and insightful conversation around hidden insecurity. The conversation is very long and in-depth and will really help a lot of you that feel like you have some insecurities AND those who don’t feel like they do, but the insecurities may be hidden. This is definitely a call you do not want to miss!

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22 Replies to “Business Tips: How to Start Squashing Your Insecurities | Tea With GaryVee”

  1. That section with Chris Duggar was incredibly profound. "Don't think of helping them as a way to bring them up to your level. They didn't ask for your fucking help"

  2. People trick themselves, forget tricking a work boss or a social audience. Husband cheats on wife, tells her he loves her. Wonder why they fail? People know nothing of "thyself" therefore, will always lack the E.I. it takes to make it.

  3. 01:30 – I totally agree with the fact that most musicians sit on a lot of their music, and letting them be the sole judge of what gets released to the world. There are people that are interested in the process of how songs are created and evolve. The majority of songs are not writing in less than 30 mins, and are a process. If you can build a large enough audience (and that can be as little as 100-200 consistent followers), they'd be willing to pay $5 or $10/month to subscribe to a Patreon channel, where you share the progress of songs, stories behind the songs, and even some covers of the songs that inspire you.

  4. love Gary but I think he was a bit too much with Chris, like I get it he pointed out he is insecure and cant trick anyone but then he should have just brought him up from there…it was too much hammering down especially at the end.. not necessary.. I know Gary means well but I just hope he didnt make Chris depressed

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