Business Tips: The First Call in Show | #AskGaryVee 235

Business Tips: The First Call in Show | #AskGaryVee 235

Awesome Tip: The First Call in Show | #AskGaryVee 235

25:01 – How would you like to see this format get better?

3:13 – What do you think is the most critical thing from military and try to do business?
5:43 – I’m going to school even though I think I should do business or be an entrepreneur? What do you think I should do , finish school or do both?
9:58 – Have you ever made a business decision that messed up your friendship or relationship with someone?
13:17- We have restaurant’s in the portland area that don’t even have a Facebook Page because they are run by old people? How do I get their business and do this for them?
19:18 – I recently graduated, so how do I get a job in a company that wants experience?
23:20 – How to do business when you don’t have much money?

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40 Replies to “Business Tips: The First Call in Show | #AskGaryVee 235”

  1. I started my own business a month ago. This whole month I heard a lot of "no's". I got a bit anxious, so I started to do my own design work(portfolio). After your advise to do pro bono, I got my very first client. And a couple of other people wanna work with me now. Work work work. No Party. No bullshit.. Thank you!!

  2. Love the advice about doing the social thing for free. I've been trying to break into that on the side from my full time marketing job. I'm going to reach out to some places here in the next few days and start my portfolio!

  3. @drock why is this called the first call in show, you already did a couple of call in shows? Confused?

    QOTD: @garyvee, I love the shoooow, I don't love the call in shoooow. Too much wasted time and not so much value. Thanks for all you do though.

  4. Gary I remember first hearing about you before graduating high school (2013) and getting really hyped about entrepreneurship. Then at 18 (2014) I started my 1st business with a co-partner and it all went good until he got greedy when the money started coming and emptied our bank account before trying to cut me out. I was depressed and discouraged until I came across one of your videos in (2015) that motivated to start pushing my ideas all over again. Now I'm here binge watching over 400+ of your videos craving more knowledge to execute into multiple businesses this 2017. I can not thank you enough for what you do man. You have became my role model and I'm determined to follow your legacy.

  5. I don't think the improve nature generates quality, thoughtful questions. Like you… I'm a sales hustler… but I'm not a social promoter so you can't find my trail even though I was in meetings in Minneapolis, Chicago, Cleveland and Philly this week. As a fellow salesman…I'm interested in how you prepare and perfect your pitch. You document a ton of material in your shows… but never the B2B client prep and pitch. THAT'S where the magic happens my friend!! Lots of love… & happy holidays my friend!

  6. Gary, trust me. This concept is extremely mooore motivational and entertaining than the other stuff.

    I suck at talking english; my speeching is too bad. I hope someday I'll have the chance to ask you something because I can say I'm a crazy ass online-entrepreneur who tries anything profitable and have lots of questions to you.

    Subscribed from here too.

  7. YOU need two lines so you can call the next caller as the first caller is asking their question. You will get a few more questions and it should run smoother with less down time in between calls.

  8. this format is amazing …. just one this is there something u could do so that we can hear the phone calls clearly .. had to really concentrate to wat they were saying ….
    just a suggestion
    keep rocking keep inspiring

  9. I would only give you my number if I had a question to ask you. Also I would be quick to get to the point. You could have answered a lot more questions in that short amount of time and it would have given the viewers like me a lot more value. I honestly wasn't a huge fan of this episode compared to your other shows/episodes.

  10. #QOTD Biggest challenge with the format is many of the callers are star struck. If you can assist your listeners in cutting sixty to one hundred twenty seconds of "OMG, I'm actually talking to you!" from the conversation then there is that much more room for content. I understand everyone's excitement but since Gary places emphasis on valuing time…

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