Business Tips: What’s Your Definition of Success? | The Roommates Podcast

Business Tips: What’s Your Definition of Success? | The Roommates Podcast

Awesome Tip: What’s Your Definition of Success? | The Roommates Podcast

I think that a lot of you really need to take a step back and ask why it is that you want to become successful and achieve whatever it is that you’re looking to achieve. If it’s money and fame, that’s fine, but you also can’t be so vanilla to just say that you’re working for money and fame.

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Gary Vaynerchuk is a serial entrepreneur and the CEO and founder of VaynerMedia, a full-service digital agency servicing Fortune 500 clients across the company’s 4 locations. Gary is also a prolific public speaker, venture capitalist, 5-time New York Times Bestselling Author, and has been named to both Crain’s and Fortune’s 40 Under 40 lists.

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18 Replies to “Business Tips: What’s Your Definition of Success? | The Roommates Podcast”

  1. I only recently got recommended this video but it was great timing. I'm done with only consuming content, and ready to grow and build my own. If you're looking for a channel that's fun but frank about everyday topics, or want to be around people who want to level up their career/lives swing by.

  2. I had to take a step back from being a general store manager for At&t, to being a customer service agent for Cox, so me and my wife could be our own bosses today. We saw the potential in her Etsy Shop SweetLooks Collection, and decided to go all in. We work all hours of the day but we it is worth every minute. We launched our website earlier this year and it is doing well. We get more time with the kids and each other. Which is worth its happiness alone and if we are going to work this hard its nice to be doing it for yourself.

  3. I guess I gotta be the only one to call Gary’s b.s. “stuff” and “money” is damn good motivation. Buying the Jests is stuff and money. You can’t help others much without either of those two things without being a pontificator, something Gary says he hates. Someone, and I forget who exactly said you’ll never go broke feeding other people, and I believe that wholeheartedly. The stuff and money is just a result of helping people. When he built his parents business for 12 years for nothing it was delayed gratification. I’m not judging either. He also said, just like almost every other human being that the best things he does for people never gets seen. That’s because he does put weight on other people’s opinions. Filming and promoting charity work is considered taboo because society deems it too self serving. If Gary really didn’t care he’d have more videos like the one with the girl, and the gun license. Can’t speak for others but I’d rather see stuff like that than the latest drama/tea in Hollywood. Gary is an unparalleled practitioner of getting people to do, complete with practical examples of how to start. He’a priceless commodity in the business community, and his book Crushing It is a land mine of entrepreneurial information, but I vehemently disagree with his position on money, and stuff. With that being said, we’re arguing two sides of the same coin. Find your passion, help others along the way, and you’ll be successful. Even if money and stuff are some of the things that help motivate you. Peace family.

  4. Sorry but this part with BMW is not true. I want one because I really love it, I enjoy driving it and that's my goal. It's not my leverage or a way to hook up. It's just a matter of what is important to you 😉

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