Business Tips: WHEN A STREET HUSTLER MAKES 130 MILLION | DailyVee 199

Business Tips: WHEN A STREET HUSTLER MAKES 130 MILLION | DailyVee 199



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40 Replies to “Business Tips: WHEN A STREET HUSTLER MAKES 130 MILLION | DailyVee 199”

  1. I get why people find Gary annoying and arrogant, it's because they are judging without actually fully analysing. From the surface level you can't discover Gary's truth. You have to dive into his content and then make a judgment if its right for you or not! Don't judge a Gary by how he acts!

  2. Hey Gary, I was introduced to your vlog on here and I am really finding your material so useful to implement in my day to day life. I haven't had the most fortunate upbringing, but by the age of 18 I took me and my music out there into the big scary world and left my parents who did nothing but slate me and point fingers in my direction telling me I was doing the wrong thing in my life. Now I have a flat with my fiance' and am enjoying a life where I am marking out a blueprint for the future. After a year working on an album of original material (14 tracks), I didn't rely on any producers, songwriters or any other artists aside from myself, I created the whole product myself and now I am looking to get it out there to the masses, music is something that I really find to be the penultimate joy in my life, it really is a good way of knowing who you are and connecting to people in a profound way. I am so grateful for your content, you are truly inspiring for me. I am 22 years old and I realise that nothing valuable comes overnight (as you said). You are definitely holding the keys to a life of spreading a vast message of good hard work ethic, that's really the only method of achieving the goals you want that you lead you in the direction in which you want to go. I don't know if you'll read this message Gary but I am a very hard working musician/songwriter/recording artist and I believe I could provide my tracks for your vlogs or anything that you want to use my music within. I live in Scotland but due to the opportunity online that doesn't put a constraint on progress! If I don't hear back from you I understand, however if that happens to be the case, I look forward to it. Having a chat with you would be a huge thing for me! All the best Gary, and keep up your amazing work, you rule man!!

  3. I'm a mother of Twin girls and a son. All are between 9-11 years old. This wisdom is appreciated. For them. For myself.I say fuck a lot. When I heard Gary the first time and that word rolled off his tongue like butta… I knew his work was genuine! Lol! Sidebar: I want to curate some hip hop shows in Queens (the borough that raised me). Nobody does Hip Hop shows in Queens. Queens is the crossroads of the world. I have a budget of exactly $0 because single mother. I'm trying to figure out the best way to leverage sponsorships to get this done and curate a dope show for my peoples. I'm going to give the first opportunity to the local businesses in the area but I want the big sponsorships too! My goal is to donate all the fucking money I make from ticket sales to a local domestic violence 501c3. I'm not doing " a portion of the proceeds bullshit." Every fucking penny is going to these women. I know it might go against Gary's advice but this shit is important to me. Any advice or guidance would be greatly appreciated! -Mala

  4. There's something about the interaction that he has with Steve Ross that makes me want to watch it over and over again…I mean the guy is a multi-billionaire, much older and very "dignified" so it's interesting to see him and how he acts when Gary is interacting with him (together with the team…) Something about it that I find fascinating …Maybe it's the "old generation" and "new generation" sort of thing? He's standing there in a custom made suit that he probably spent $1000s on and Gary is there with Tyler and d-rock, casual, etc…Very friendly and playful interaction…

  5. Two things this episode I appreciate … 1- Every time someone thanks Gary for a compliment, he says "you're welcome!" … It just feels so formal, but in the best, most polite and genuine way. 2- Shaking hands and kissing babies. I do (and say) this in my day job and it makes a world of difference. I'm not sure who gets more out of it, me or the client, but I love those days. =) Great episode. Good vibes.

  6. So much value given out by Gary FOR FREE…. No one comes even close to firing my entrepreneurial spirit like him. So appreciative Gary , from West Coast Canada. I literally owe a great deal of my hustle to you and I have only ever bought your three books…… I owe you Gary…

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