Business Tips: My Honest Opinions on Minimalism and Happiness | Gary Vaynerchuk Original Film

Business Tips: My Honest Opinions on Minimalism and Happiness | Gary Vaynerchuk Original Film

Awesome Tip: My Honest Opinions on Minimalism and Happiness | Gary Vaynerchuk Original Film



In this video, Gary talks about what he really believes when it comes to hard work, hustle, and minimalism with Matt D’Avella.

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22 Replies to “Business Tips: My Honest Opinions on Minimalism and Happiness | Gary Vaynerchuk Original Film”

  1. I don’t consider myself a minimalist as much as now I’m much more intentional….not only from what I purchase but also with where I spend my time & whom I spent it with. Much happier & I do love the work I do.

  2. Thank you Gary, I beat myself up over cutting down my hustle to meet my husband and have my 2 children. I’m much happier now cutting down my work to be a mother ❤️

  3. It's true that nowdays too many people live by the point of views of others we are all different and neither of us will match someone else's idea of the perfect person. I have had converstations where the person then starts talking about their Instagram account and how many likes they got rather then continue the coversation on the subject we were originally talking about. I choose to be happy even though others choose to believe in likes, followers, others opinions.

  4. I honestly dislike social media mostly cause the majority of society is just trying to fit in by being someone they aren't just to impress others which is in no way good for yourself nor the rest cause impressing others might make you feel cool or what not but deep down you really aren't doing it for yourself.

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