Why The "You're Going To Die" Mindset Motivates Entrepreneur Gary Vaynerchuk
The self-promotional wine entrepreneur turned social media star still has his share of critics. If everybody who's watching this actually did something about it and then went on the course of their version of it then they wouldn't be watching this and I genuinely know at the bottom of my heart, out of all the people that want to build audiences that I'm the complete opposite of almost all of them.
If you're not great at it, but you love it more than life, should you go after it? I'm not worried about how much cash I'm going to take home in 2016 because I can take a lot more in 2020. On the other hand, if you share Gary's opinion and acknowledge the fact that your progress depends on your perseverance, consistency, originality and passion, perhaps now would be a good time to rethink your content strategy.
If you do, then you need to listen to Gary Vaynerchuk because he has some of the greatest advice for investors as he is also one. Like, if you love basketball more than life, it's just what you've always loved, you might just make $49,000 a year being a basketball here coach and having a lot of time on your hand to play basketball.
Been watching Gary the whole day today, and this video was the cherry on the Top. He is wise beyond his years, and in spite of his "in the face" style-it really is because he wants to get through to people. It's a humbling experience to fully recognize that you aren't good enough to keep up with a particular area of your business and you have to hand it off to someone else.
This is my first time posting and I have to say I've read a few of your articles and have really enjoyed most of them, I can't say I know too much about the fitness game but I know plenty about having to put in the hard work and having to make sacrifices, it always amazes me people's outlooks and takes on life and the different perspectives I take from them, but taking it deep hard look at someone who works as hard as Gary Vaynerchuk and yourself helps inspire me, most of all I think from this article I've taken the fact that detachment as well hard work are a big part of any success, you can't allow outside influences you can do nothing about to affect your mentality or competency, detachment is a real key for dealing with what you can and accepting what you can't.