Sun, 24 March 2019
In this podcast episode we’ve mashed together the audio from 3 videos that absolutely crushed on YouTube.
If my content motivates one person to make a change or follow pursue their passion or whatever it is that you need, I’m extremely happy. Pay close attention to the themes focussed on during this 19 minute motivational mashup.
:43 - You have to audit who you are
6:35 - Don’t let other people’s opinion dictate your life
10:03 - Execution takes time
Please please please share your feedback with us. Tweet me @GaryVee if you have any suggestions on how to make our audio experience better.
Sat, 23 March 2019
In this podcast I sit down with artist Juicy J to discuss the how the music industry has evolved.
As technology advance, the ability to consume content continues to progress as new streaming services arise. More and more control is being taken from the distributors and traditional middlemen of music, and being put into the hands of the artists themselves.
3:20 - The artists make the labels, not the other way around
8:20 - When you pop, do you have a second move?
14:45 - Traditional promotion has changed
21 - If you can entertain and inform, you’re a GOAT
27:30 - Relevance always matters
Did you like this episode? Tweet me @GaryVee with any and all feedback.
Fri, 22 March 2019
Throughout my whole career I've always been prepared for the next thing. My 79/21 theory came from a conversation on how to prepare for the future and strategic ways to allocate your energy.
In my opinion, there's more than enough hours in the day to taste everything. Really pay attention to the questions asked and my answers in this podcast episode.
:30 - Intro to the 79/21 rule
2:45 - What if something pops tomorrow?
4:50 - Instagram vs LinkedIn
Did you like this episode? Any feedback is appreciated - tweet @GaryVee to let me know.
Thu, 21 March 2019
Man I miss the Wine Library days! Those of you who saw me on livestream last night know that my Rosé ships out this week and that this is a really exciting time for me. I’m so appreciative for everyone that has supported my Empathy Wines venture, something I’ve been dreaming of doing for a long long time.
Today’s podcast is a throwback to my Wine Library TV days. I spend the next 20 minutes tasting and critiquing wines while answering questions from the audience.
2:00 - I’m a social guy!
4:50 - This wine smells like Christmas and sea shells
9:30 - Everything I hate about the wine industry
14:35 - My favorite wine region
18:10 - Wine Q&A
Enjoyed this episode? Please tweet me at @GaryVee - any feedback is super helpful.
Wed, 20 March 2019
Why does everyone think trust is earned? To me, that process seems slow and egotistical. I believe that if you give your employees trust in the upfront, you’ll be blown away by the results.
In this podcast I focus on how CEOs can empower their team’s to facilitate scale, as well as the benefits of having a meaningful relationship with each of your employees.
:30 - why I trust my employees
3:40 - how a new hire can win
5:25 - you’re employees shouldn’t care as much as you do
What was your biggest takeaway from these 7 minutes? Tweet @GaryVee to let me know!
Tue, 19 March 2019
People overthink their businesses - who they hire, how they market and what they spend their money on.
If you're a start-up, I firmly believe you can make real noise with a small, scrappy team of three or four people. You just have to know what you need.
Regardless of your industry, documenting the journey is the best way to show potential customers who you are and what you do.
The following 8 minutes is a few different conversations with start-ups I'm working with. What was your biggest takeaway from this? Any feedback is helpful, tweet @GaryVee to let me know your thoughts.
1:10 - why I believe in three/four person teams
3:15 - how to market a law firm
6:10 - thoughts on LinkedIn
Mon, 18 March 2019
A lot of companies are going to go out of business over the next decade for one main reason:
Humans don’t like change.
If you’re plan to be in business for the long term and you’re holding “what worked” in the past on a pedestal, I really hope this podcast changes the way you look at things.
This is a keynote I gave in Vegas at the International Franchise Association on Facebook and Instagram marketing in 2019, the rise of voice and machine learning, and more.
3:20 - I've always been chasing the attention of the end consumer
7:58 - I didn't come from a corporate environment
14:40 - I lose when I lose because then it's my fault
23:20 - You're taking real money and throwing it in the garbage
28:40 - Voice is going to put you out
39:46 - What I learn from growing up in a family business environment
What was your biggest takeaway from this? Tweet @GaryVee and let me know
Sun, 17 March 2019
Entrepreneurship today really needs to be more grounded in practicality.
Really implore you all to either start saving cash or invest your cash back into your business — the economy isn’t going to be good forever, and when things get slow, people aren’t going to talk about things like “passive income” the same way they do today.
0:00 - I worked 18 hours a day for 15 years
5:03 - Passive income needs practicality
15:55 - Changing your perspective on life
22:05 - How to prepare for the coming economic collapse
32:33 - How to escape the rat race
Excited for you guys to listen to this podcast - tweet me what you thought @GaryVee!
Sat, 16 March 2019
I’m so desperate to to get you all to the point where you’re executing on your ambitions. It’s why I put out so much content, spitting the same truth in different ways until something “breaks through.”
In this podcast, I talk about how to start and some mindset shifts to get past some of those common fears in the beginning.
1:45 - the fear of losing trumps the excitement of victory for so many people
5:20 - what's the ROI of your mother
6:30 - how to get other people to see what you're doing
10:28 - 1 out of 147 is better than 0
Listen and tweet me what you thought @GaryVee!
Fri, 15 March 2019
If you’re 25, you could literally die and live an entirely new life up to this point, and you’d still barely be at “halftime.”
That’s why I tell so many 18, 22, 25, and 30 year olds to just put their head down and grind for a decade - if they have the ambition to build something for the rest of their lives.
In this podcast with Pencils of Promise founder Adam Braun, I talk more about what to do if you don’t want to go to college, what to do after high school, and more.
1:49 - advice on what to do after high school if you don't want to go to college
4:25 - understanding comes with doing
8:15 - when you're 18 you just have to put your head down for 15 years
Check it out and tweet me what you think @GaryVee with #GVReplay
Direct download: Friday_What_to_Do_If_You_Dont_Want_to_Go_to_College___AskGaryVee_with_Adam_Braun.mp3
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