Business Tips: Authentic People Own Their Selfless, Selling Sides

Business Tips: Authentic People Own Their Selfless, Selling Sides

Awesome Tip: Authentic People Own Their Selfless, Selling Sides

This video comes from Gary’s appearance on the “Insurance Guys” podcast. Special thanks to Scott and Bradley for having Gary on the show!

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During the podcast, Gary gets onto the topic of monetizing audiences and how he is able to make sales to people inside and outside of following his personal brand. He emphasizes the importance of providing value up front and having that act as a funnel towards sales.

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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 5 locations. Gary is also a prolific public speaker, venture capitalist, 4-time New York Times Bestselling Author, and has been named to both Crain’s and Fortune’s 40 Under 40 lists.

Gary is the host of the #AskGaryVee Show, a business and marketing focused Q&A video show and podcast, as well as DailyVee, a docu-series highlighting what it’s like to be a CEO, investor, speaker, and public figure in today’s digital age.

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14 Replies to “Business Tips: Authentic People Own Their Selfless, Selling Sides”

  1. Once Gary broke through back in the day? It seems he has successfully hit a new level every day since. With each new piece of content, he says at least one thing more incredible then he's ever said.

  2. Gary do you have physical pain that takes your attention away from the conversations if you have tried meds and physical exercise then try meditation, something like Vipassana can cure such pains, its effective, but 10 days for a busy person like you is bit challenging I guess, may be when we will meet I will teach you how to meditate, if you have any interest or if you haven't tried it already.

  3. I am just starting so it’s not an issue yet, but when I do build an audience to whom I think I can bring real value around a mental health issue, i DONT want to monetize them! AT ALL. For lots of reasons, including the fact that I have often been in the position of not being able to afford the mental health services/support that I needed. On the other hand, I do need to make a little bit of a living — I’m incredibly frugal and minimalist and whatever they are calling the trendy thing now, not because I choose it but because a nasty divorce literally thrust me into poverty — but it has taught me actually that I can not only survive on very little, but I can THRIVE on very little. In fact, I’m happier than when I had much more discretionary income. So I don’t need to monetize my audience too much I guess (when I actually have one)… but I do need a little more financial security than I have. I have actually thought about selling my online workshops (which don’t exist yet) in a sliding scale starting at $0 and then having an upper suggested price of some crazy amount if you are super rich, but basically using an honor system. “More if you can, less if you can’t.” Idk. Still thinking about it, and I have plenty of time, lol! Gotta build the audience first!

  4. As a fan of Gary this video wasn’t for me. I kept waiting for them to talk about something but the Gary praise fest continued. I’m still a fan, just not of his video.

  5. Gary is so incredibly right about the judgmental component of society. We’re so caught up in evaluating people and ourselves, delivering our opinion. Instead we have to practice more empathy towards everyone and really listen. It goes with his saying “Doing the right thing is always the right thing to do.” Let’s practice more kindness.