Business Tips: Why the Best Businesses Always Know What People Want Before Anyone Else

Business Tips: Why the Best Businesses Always Know What People Want Before Anyone Else

Awesome Tip: Why the Best Businesses Always Know What People Want Before Anyone Else

One of the greatest strengths a brand can have is the ability to listen to the audience and deliver on their constantly evolving need and wants. In a recent episode of “Marketing for the Now,” Gary Vaynerchuk and Stephanie McMahon had a conversation on how they listen to the audience and how the audience influences the decisions made to turn the WWE into what it is today. Many of you may know of Stephanie McMahon as the Chief Brand Officer of WWE, as well as through her various on-screen appearances. They also discuss ways that all people in business and in life can learn and grow from their mistakes, business during quarantine, and more… Enjoy!

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Gary Vaynerchuk is a serial entrepreneur and the Chairman of VaynerX, a modern day communications parent company, as well as the CEO and Co-Founder of VaynerMedia, a full-service digital agency servicing Fortune 500 clients across the company’s 4 locations.
Gary is a venture capitalist, 5-time New York Times bestselling author, and an early investor in companies such as Twitter, Tumblr, Venmo and Uber. He is currently the subject of WeeklyVee, an online documentary series highlighting what it’s like to be a CEO and public figure in today’s digital world. He is also the host of #AskGaryVee, a business and advice Q&A show online.

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24 Replies to “Business Tips: Why the Best Businesses Always Know What People Want Before Anyone Else”

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  2. Gary once again nails a critical, timely insight that we as business leaders must adopt RIGHT HOW! We all must be constantly on the lookout for new opportunities in the market and PIVOT our business models accordingly, especially during these times! This fundamental concept led me to write my Amazon Best Seller, Restart-The Small Business Guide to Thriving During Chaos and launching my brand new Restart Small Biz YouTube Channel where we interview powerful, insightful and inspirational guests.  Check it out!

    BTW-Gary, I want to feature you on the show! 🙂

  3. Can someone suggest any video where Gary looks calm, humble, content and happy? Even better if he accidentally forgets to swear. I'm trying to get inspired by him and follow his advice but I'm not able to do so. I fear I too might become aggressive, serious and rude. Btw, I'm quite surprised with this video since he didn't swear at all.

  4. Hi Gary,

    I watched this last night and emailed you today. You always bring the value so I sent you a potential deal with big value. Thanks for motivating me to make it this far. Early movers always get the advantage. Happy to share some context for the audience later on how I made it this far so far. Big risk no regrets. Thank you for all you do.


  5. My business makes about $39,000 a year but my expenses of running the business is about $41,000+, and very unstable. My guests keeps telling me to hang in there but it's been about 4 years and I don't want to disappoint them if I shutdown the business and move on since my savings keeps going down. Am I crazy to consider shutting down and moving on? or am I being selfish since I have known them for about 7 years now?

  6. i'm 15 made my first sale a month ago with free marketing strategies
    spent all of that money on ads, didn't get any sales! Started selling books on amazon and just sold my first book!
    MY BIGGEST MISTAKE THAT I'M TRYING TO BEAT BUT CAN'T IS not being patient! i'm always taking decisions too fast and i'm trying to fix it 🙂
    P.S: i'm trying to build multiple streams of income so that if one fails i still have other streams (freelancing, merch, books and dropshipping)

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