Business Tips: What's Greater Than Happiness? | NAC NJ Keynote in 5

Business Tips: What's Greater Than Happiness? | NAC NJ Keynote in 5

Awesome Tip: What's Greater Than Happiness? | NAC NJ Keynote in 5

We put money and financial success on a pedestal at the expense of our own happiness. So many of you would be much happier if you quit your current job that you hate and made 20% less doing something you actually love every day of your life. Of course, we all need money to survive but once you are living reasonably, the money will not make you significantly happier.

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Gary Vaynerchuk is the chairman of VaynerX, a modern-day media and communications holding company and the active CEO of VaynerMedia, a full-service advertising agency servicing Fortune 100 clients across the globe. He’s a sought out public speaker, a 5-time New York Times bestselling author, and an angel investor in companies like Facebook, Twitter, Tumblr, Venmo, and Uber.

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34 Replies to “Business Tips: What's Greater Than Happiness? | NAC NJ Keynote in 5”

  1. At the end of the day, the point of why we're working hard, is to fulfill a purpose. It's not just to look rich or be wealthy. That is why we need to be founded on what our purpose is, and to protect that purpose from things that cloud our eyes from it.

  2. Here's part of the problem, people today are bombarded with ads from all the shitty guru's telling them to get into click funnels or something else so they can get rich fast. They sell the dream vs the reality and people eat it up like suckers! You see it all over and because of that type of marketing, you have a massive group of people who think that getting rich is something you can do fast as long as you have a cheat sheet from someone and an app to run it all from. People need to read more about stories like Daymond John's who created Fubu. He didn't make a dime in his business for 9 straight years when he started. People also need to wake up and realize that you are in this game for life if you plan to win at all! There is no secret ninja tactics, there is no 5 step plan to success, There is only hard work, failure, and moving forward. The other problem I see all the time is that way too many people sit on Youtube all day watching Gary V videos to get motivated vs being a real practitioner of their business. You see it all the time in the comments……"Gary you inspire me"……OK, then stop watching him and get to work!

  3. 1:57 Tony Robbins answers that Why? It's because of the two driving forces in all of human behavior. The pursuit of pleasure, and the avoidance of pain. One of the best Mind hacks I learned from him to get yourself to do something when you don't feel like doing it is. Think of all of the pain it will cost you if you don't take action and achieve it, and all the pleasure you will receive when you will accomplish what you want. How he coins it as "using pain and pleasure, instead of letting pain and pleasure use you."

  4. 0:16 through 0:31. My opinion on that. Everyone is medicated on something and always will be. And it doesn't have to be unacceptable to society to be a drug. There are lots of drugs. Such as food, tv, personal development, the internet, the smartphone, etc as the list continues.

  5. Thank you Gary. Love you man. You're a game changer. I quit school even on my last leg, (I had a few months left of college)I made that choice out of my own personal dream to pursue real freedom in my life as well as to find out what that means to me. I didn't care how stupid it sounded to everyone else. I gave up on that because I felt it was no longer worth it to keep following a life my parents and friends prescribed for me based on my skillset. I wanted to break the pattern. I had no money, lost passion in doing art, decided to leave the comforts of my home to pursue a calling I felt was beyond myself. For me it was entrepreneurship. I believe its really meant to help people. At first I was blinded by how media makes business look glamorous, on how money "made the world go round", but I was lucky enough to realize there is no glamour in it at all. It truly is eating shit at the start. But I found myself happier, regardless of the hardships.

    I met two amazing people who eventually became my partners who invested in me, who have taught me and continue to teach me in business and now were putting our heart soul and guts out there to grow the business hoping that someday we'll be able to find our own way to help people with what we're good at doing.

    I want to thank you really from the bottom of my heart for helping me be one with myself, to cut the bullshit within, and to keep doing what I know my soul is saying. You're the man. Keep at what you do. I believe!

  6. I was at this event. Energy level was unreal. I been listening To you for years. Just before my 30th bday i decided to quit my mechanic job. Was Tired of all the polictics that goes around in the dealer. I had no back up plan just knew I wanted out. A couple days later I found a new job in a field I had no knowledge about. They gave me a shot. Fast forward 1.5yrs to current time… I run their USA branch. They been nothing but great teaching me what it takes to run a business. I been way happier. Now we taking the next steps in my vision. For anyone reading, sometimes you have to go with you gut feeling even when everyone says “it’s a bad idea”

  7. Quit the depressing factory job two years ago to pursue videography and photography, had a poor as fuck first 6 months but now I'm making more per week than I ever did in the factory and now im being called a "business-man" by freinds and family, when all I did was just do what made me happy and not compromise.

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