Business Tips: Most of You Are Not Doing What You Want to Do

Business Tips: Most of You Are Not Doing What You Want to Do

Awesome Tip: Most of You Are Not Doing What You Want to Do



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46 Replies to “Business Tips: Most of You Are Not Doing What You Want to Do”

  1. Need your advice here. I've always been cold on girls, never flirted, never complimented, never touched. Now I'm 22 and I want to change that. How can I start being flirtatious when every girl I know will think "What are you doing? That's not you" ??? I'll appretiate you thoughts. Thank you.

  2. Mom: " Your not a chef because you use coconut oil. Keep dreamin."
    Me: I get paid to cook people's meals. What do you call that?
    Mom: "Get back in school."
    Dad : You're going to the recruiter
    Me : I'll recruit you to come work for me.
    They tell you to follow your dreams when your young. Now it's all about chasing a piece of paper (degree) smh.
    ☆Business is picking up Gary : )

  3. Mine is the fact I have to feed my children. Child support, alimony etc doesn't come in as it should. So while building my businesses I have done a lot of things/jobs that aren't me to feed my cubs. I don't regret any of it. My children are my why. As a result, I truly don't give a shit what others think of me, even my mother — esp my mother lol — or bad comments.

  4. I know what I want to do. Make videos. Make ads. Make music videos and most importantly make documentaries . Gary's helping me to realise my potential. I'm grateful for videos like this which get my motivation back on track

  5. #AskGaryVee

    Im not killing it. I am tired of using hashtags on Instagram that do get me the likes but little to no interaction. I recently posted a picture asking the followers I have WHAT CAN I DO FOR THEM SO THAT MY ACCOUNT IS MORE ENTERTAINING AND BETTER… I go the suggestion to twerk and scream something in Japanese. (My niches = Art, Poetry, Singing Songwriting, Vlogs)…. I've unconsciously done the documenting of how I colour my drawings/illustrations. But having heard it from you really strengthened my idea. As far as the vlogging, its still pretty crappy but I'm still learning the ropes.

    I don't want to accelerate my growth, all I want is to have that interaction with fans. My question really is: how do I increase the interaction, and retention rate of the people that choose to follow me on Instagram and in YouTube..

    There's been times I ask for opinions in post description but I get the generic… "Nice".. " I like this post"… From accounts trying to sell me a product. And quite frankly I'm annoyed of it already.

    Thank you,
    Ashe HiDi

  6. Giving a shite about what other people think of what you do is a no-no. It's tough for people who those people include their parents. Everyone else who has supportive parents should be thankful. 🙂

  7. After reading Camille Storm's post I wanted to share At 18 years old I lived in Australia with my mum. She was and still is very nice and as I have learned she did everything that she could to make sure I had what I needed. But I knew that I needed a fresh start I did not do well in school ( mainly cause I was thinking if the teachers knew everything then why don't they have everything) and all I had was a very low paying job at a well know pizza brand. I was everything to my mum as she had no other family but I decided that on my 18 year birthday that I could make the future better for both of us but it meant breaking her heart and leaving her to try and make it in another city. So not too far from my 18th birthday I took my savings and bought a ticket to the UK and all I had left was 150 Australian Dollars and a dream. It took 6 years before I saw my mum again and I feel we are all In all in a better spot than if I had stayed in the sleepy town. I have to admit I have been lucky that my mum up to this point was strong and healthy. Talking to your parents is good but sometimes you just need to take action and do. GL

  8. "Someone very close to you is fucking your shit up." That would be my Mom, she constantly tells me things I "can't" do because I didn't finish public high school and get my diploma through them (I did self-taught home school)… I'll keep trying to prove her wrong.

  9. my dad threatens me and shit he tells me to only focus on school and getting a job . my parents dont want me to take the risk of starting a business.. i'm 21. it's been a real struggle but im not giving up

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