Business Tips: so you want to complain… | A Gary Vaynerchuk Original

Business Tips: so you want to complain… | A Gary Vaynerchuk Original

Awesome Tip: so you want to complain… | A Gary Vaynerchuk Original

I don’t understand how you can complain while being a human on earth. So many of you just lack perspective. You’ve already won. You won the universe’s lottery and managed to get lucky enough to live the life that you have right now. One life, act like it.

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42 Replies to “Business Tips: so you want to complain… | A Gary Vaynerchuk Original”

  1. Life is not a lottery. Your children are not random – they are a result of your choices. You are not random – you are a result of the choices of your ancestors. It's good to be grateful – but not good to misattribute circumstances to random chance.

  2. I understand his point of life being a gift and all that, but those 400 trillion to one odds mean nothing. The only way one can be grateful for something is if putting ourselves in the other party's shoes makes us realize that we wouldn't want that life. Like how people born into rich families should be grateful for the money and luxuries, because so many people don't have it and wish they did. With these 400 trillion to one odds, we'd have to compare ourselves to every other life form in existence, be it bacteria or a tree. Animals don't long to be human. Bacteria don't long to be human. They are perfectly content with existing as they are, and we would too if we were born as one of them.

    In other words, if something wants to be a human being, there's a near 100% chance that they ARE human, so why be grateful for that?

    It's like if you visit a small town with only one hotel, and the bell hop says "You're lucky you chose this hotel." Well, I WANTED to be in a hotel, and this is the ONLY hotel in the area, so what alternative did I have? Any scenario where I wouldn't have chosen that hotel would have been a scenario in which I didn't want to be there.

  3. I have just one wish, for Drock or Tyler or whoever made this episode, to tell us what song is in the background! I think it would be a dream come true… nothing can find it… no shazam,siri or whatever apps

  4. What a stupid, worthless fucking sentiment. What does "the odds of being born a human" even mean? It's like Gary thinks there are billions of disembodied souls playing a lottery to decided what species they're going to be, as if it's possible that that cactus over there could have been born as a starfish. What the fuck is this guy smoking?

  5. This is what happens when you get rich. You sit around pontificating about the odds of being born a human, as if that epiphany had anything what-so-fucking-ever to do with how you became successful. This is what you call tripping balls on your own success.

  6. It's actually much, much lower (chances of being born as a human being) than 400 trillion:1 when one factors in the probabilities of the universe existing at all, of the amount of matter being just slightly more than antimatter, of forces of gravity being just right to mould the gases into planets, etc etc…well, i guess that's just more reason to be happy and proud…and to go DO something! 🙂
    [or maybe NOT do anything, since ultimately nothing really means anything at all 😉 ].

  7. Mr “if your white and you complain you should go to jail” can fuck off.

    I work with people with learning disabilities in the UK. I judge my job success on how well the guys I support are doing, and how happy they are.

    However this job now pays fuck all and I struggle to get to the end of the month with money. This happened because the government benefits and funding these guys receive has been slashed by the government. They can’t afford to pay us more.

    I’m I a failure? Should I go to jail for complaining? Is it wrong to think that a job that is beneficial to the most vulnerable in our society and therefore society itself should pay a bit more?

    Fuck you

  8. Gary, I've never kept this in perspective before. This is the first time I've cried in awe of my own existence. You're right when you say "I don't know how to get upset after that." Just simply trying to wrap my head around it left me with tears in my eyes for what an insane miracle life is – Let alone my own.

  9. Those other people who are judging you, are the ones who employ you. Sign contracts with you. Invest in you.

    While I agree with so much of what Gary says. Sometimes I think privilege clouds some perspective.

    If im making a pitch to Gary. I'm going to very much care about what he thinks.

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