It’s okay to sell if you believe in what you are selling… Just create something that you truly believe in and you will be good. The game’s the fuckin’ same – as much as things change, they stay the same.

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39 Replies to “Business Tips: WHY YOU SHOULD BELIEVE IN WHAT YOU SELL! | DAILYVEE 303”

  1. Love your stuff man! Thanks! For all the great! Content! Appreciate you brother!
    P.s. Can you tell Tony Robbins to do his own f-in podcasts like seriously!

  2. Love love your vids. Are there any affordable Deep Dives? Tickets are upwards of $10,000… I'll just keep obsessively watching your Youtube…hoping your touching on points all throughout your Vlogs.

  3. Yo people anyone who's loving their journey and wants to share it with the world I'm looking for people to come onto my podcast let's talk about business, passion and entrepreneurship. Hit me up on Instagram if you're interested @lewishackney

  4. I’m happy finally having a stable 9-5 career. Struggled all my life working low wage job not knowing what I wanted to do or even ever Getting a job at all. Your videos helped me greatly inspire others. Passing on your message. Hustle & Humility. Thanks Gary!

  5. That rant/ talk at the end was so fuckin real it gave me goose bumps brother. Plus to put the cherry on top you were so real through out this whole episode and then to end it you say “ yeah I have my bad days,… but I keep that shit to myself.” SAVAGE Role-model

  6. As an 18 year old trying to make it, your advice is invaluable to me. I just got my first job at a media company in London! Head down, work starts now

  7. I literally have no probs selling…the "finding something to sell that I REALLY believe in" is the challenge…therein lies the rub!

  8. Anyone who makes chill/ambient/hip-hop instrumentals we would be so appreciative if we could feature them as tracks in our video blog. Just comment here if we can use them. 🙂 Thanks! and thanks Gary for providing this platform. Much love. 51/50

  9. Thanks Gary! This point is so true. I went very hippy and anti-capitalism for so long but now I'm back in the system and selling organic handmade balms and creams that I make myself and thus truly believe in (Insta @balmytom) … I LOVE selling this product, for the exact reasons you say in this video.
    Peace to all my fellow viewers and readers of these comments, I sincerely hope you have a great day, with love Xxx

  10. This guys lives a pretty sad life imo. Old as shit, trying to be young by using social media, trying his hardest to show off to everyone else like anyone gives a shit. And all he has to show for it is a marketing company, aka a company someone starts when there not talented enough to start something unique

  11. You hit 2 points I learned back in my retail manager days. The department got reamed by a customer or supervisor, that's my fault. Praises always went to the team or individual.

    The 2nd point is we all have bad days. No one on your team or any of the customers should know about it. You still need to perform.

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