The GaryVee Audio Experience (general)

This. Is. It. Guys! I'm loving this format of bringing guests on to hang out, and talk - all while drinking wine out of brown paper bags, so nobody knows the type. We go through Joe's amazing background story, DJ Clue gives us a kickoff to who's up and coming and Daymond dives into the inner workings of Shark Tank (And more!) Hope you all LOVE this one, and I can't wait to keep em coming ;)

*** DISCLAIMER: We had some audio equipment issues which is why you'll hear it a little different throughout the episode. 

 

Direct download: BPB_Ep_2_mixdown.mp3
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LOVED this meeting with a very young hustler, and helping to dive into his story to give him guidance. This advice isn't only for the young, but totally adaptable for anyone. Once you figure out what you enjoy, and what works - go ALL IN on that. ENJOY ;)

Direct download: DV_part_2_mixdown.mp3
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Loved sitting down and talking to these two Vaynersports summer interns about their experiences working for the company. These kids were serious hustlers, and they had some great questions about how we plan to grow Vaynersports, and what I'll do when I'm the onwer of the Jets. Hope you really enjoy this one :)

Direct download: Vaynersports_Intern_Chat_mixdown.mp3
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Loved meeting with Vaynermedia intern Leo to chat about his time at Vayner, where his head was at and his aspirations for where he wants to go. He brought up an amazing question about how to best utilize the tiny percentage of time that's not already taken up by attending Law school, and I know you'll all benefit from this answer. Hope you enjoy ;)

By the way, love the new intro? The song used in it is "Legendary" by Welshly Arms.

Direct download: Intern_Meeting_Leo_mixdown.mp3
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This is a chapter from the #AskGaryVee audiobook, Chapter 17: Self-Awareness.  If you haven't checked out the audiobook yet, it's one of the best and most important chapters I recorded and wanted to make sure all of you had a chance to listen to it. 

The #AskGaryVee audiobook showcases the most useful and interesting questions I've addressed on the show, distilling and expanding on this podcast's most urgent and evergreen themes. For more info on the book or the audiobook you can check out http://bit.ly/AGVaudiobook

Thanks for listening!

Direct download: 023_Chapter_17.mp3
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Interview at Startup Grind Los Angeles on July 21st, 2015 at Expert Dojo's 3rd story deck on 3rd Street Promenade in front of a sold out crowd. Gary discusses his childhood, early career, angel investing, hiring & firing, owning & playing for the Jets, immortality, and much more. Gary also takes questions from the audience. The interview is conducted by Startup Grind LA Director Joe Famalette.

Direct download: Gary_Vaynerchuk-_Startup_Grind_LA_Interview.mp3
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#QOTD: How do you celebrate victories?

#LINKS
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#CONTESTWINNER
Congratulations to Anthony DeNardis! You won a jersey. Email India to claim your prize.

Direct download: EP_93.mp3
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#QOTD: How bad you want to work at VaynerMedia?

The transition from being a "doer" to becoming a leader can be very difficult. Quite frankly, it scares the crap out of me. It's hard to go from "execution-mode" to then becoming a manager of a team. These are two very different things that can cause some issues if not handled properly. 

When you're a leader, you have to be the bigger man/woman in any given situation. You can't simply impose your will because you're now the "boss." A leader listens. They swallow their pride and work to make sure the team is executing as needed. A leader needs to empower those around them to do their jobs but they also need to be able to take the hit, and eat crap, because things won't always be easy, and at the end of the day, they're the ones leading the charge.

I firmly believe that the transition from doer to leader is the same as the transition from leveraging your EQ rather than your IQ. Leaders need to listen and empower their team to become leaders themselves and take ownership of the work they're given. Leaders need to understand who they are as a person and relay that emotional understanding to those around them. As I've said many times before, it all boils down to self-esteem and self-awareness. If you can understand who you truly are as a person, and as a leader, then you'll be able to instill the same understanding in the team around you. 

Direct download: Episode_39_Podcast.mp3
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In this episode I talk about the importance of my wife, my health, and the fact that Brett Favre had a brief stint as a NY Jet. I also ask the most important question of all: Are you actually bringing value to your consumers?!

Direct download: Episode_4-ASKGARYVEE-Podcast.mp3
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