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Because if you're in the game of being around in 10 years, you have to understand what's coming up the ranks, these are 15 17 19 year olds that aren't lazy that are not entitled that are not soft. They have options. This is not about. They don't want to work.

This is about i'm 16 and i make 250 000 a year on youtube ads. This is i'm 22 and i could just do makeup on tick tock and make 110 000 a year. Sorry mom! I don't want to go work at some place for forty five thousand a year. This is not they're soft.

This is they're. Smart. You've got your perspective. I just wan na be happy.

Don't you want to be happy uh, it's really fun to be back on stage. Um just starting to get back on the road. I think this is my fourth talk, since uh covid, so really excited to be with you and super excited to be with you, because, when i think about this industry and the opportunities within it, what's going on in the marketplace right now, in most parts of the Country and then for me, what's kind of going on at a global level with human beings and their relationship with technology and the opportunities that exist. It's interesting to be here, because obviously this brand is more aggressive than so many other entities from a technology standpoint.

In this space, which really kind of connects for me, because my background really does sit in the cross-sections of technology or personal brand small business - you know regional business. So i was giving a lot of thought to what i wanted to cover in this talk today and i think i'm going to break it down into a couple places and now, with a sixth book coming out uh. It was supposed to be out yesterday, but some of you might have saw i did an nft marketing campaign for this book and we sold 1.2 million copies, so they couldn't print them fast enough. So we pushed it two weeks.

Thank you that wasn't a humble brag. I didn't need the class but you're very sweet. It was. It was more of setting up the context of what i just wrote about in 12 and a half, but it's actually.

This is actually perfect. This is luck. I want to basically talk to you about 12 and a half, and i want to talk to you about jab, jab, jab right hook, the 2022 version, i think the 2022 landscape of real estate is extremely fascinating. For me, i think the ogs in this room and even the youngsters may realize, because of kovid, we have such unique things to try to figure out of what is this market right, whether it's growth or decline, or how there's just so many unique dynamics that a Global pandemic created that are unusual to look at in even a 50 or 100 year window.

So i think we can all imagine, and i'm sure this is what you spend a ton of your time on is like well, what's the market really going to be like right and and to me the thing that i've been most passionate about in my career, and I think i'm most proud of 25 years into operating is that, regardless of what the market has been, i've been able to be successful. The market threw me for a loop for my premium wine business that focused on wall street in 2001 when 911 happened and that entire ecosystem literally was devastated, and so i had to adjust to that. The market was incredibly difficult to navigate in 2008 and nine with the recession and again i was very much in the premium wine business kind of hard to sell 800 bottles of wine when the entire economy is collapsing, and i was starting vayner media. So that was super interesting, 09 and and onwards and onwards at onwards, and we will all go through that and then obviously you know for this market after he got off the initial hump.

There was incredible opportunity in real estate with covid, not so much for my business vayner got very caught because we were not small enough or not big enough for any government support. So i got zero dollars and zero cents to navigate the last 18 months. With my companies, uh, which to be very transparent, is the best you know um. I uh people, people love capitalism and entrepreneurship, but when it gets super hard they always want the government's help, and i laugh at that.

Um yeah. Please don't give me that affirmation, because i'll spend 40 minutes on this subject matter um. I think a lot about the people in this audience, because i think about context i think about. Why would you even want to be associated with this company? What is the value prop? What are you doing like? Why are you doing that versus something else, a competitor of theirs or doing it yourself? That's why i'm so passionate about jab jab right hook, this company from afar, i haven't really triple checked under the hood, so i'm speaking in headline reading from a technology standpoint is clearly committed and because i know enough about the competitive landscape from a technology standpoint, which Is almost non-existent, i'm going to make assumptions that they're winning for you on that moat? What i also know back to what i the joke, i just made about the government helping is, if you are not the queen and the king of your domain of brand building and marketing, nobody's gon na help.

You no matter how much they try, no matter how much tom ferry, no matter, how much you watch my content. It doesn't matter if you are not actually actually i'm thrilled to hear the uh framework for this talk or 2022. in a no excuses way. It's incredibly important.

We spend a lot of time on what i want to talk to you about if you signed up for this company or any other company for that matter, and you believe that is the engine to your marketing and your brand building you're in for a rude awakening. It's just not gon na happen, and i don't say that as a negative, i think there are macro things this logo and seven or eight others in this space do carry clout when you put it over your name and you are more considered in your local market. Like that, i believe, i believe in the macro brand, but my curiosity and what i'm focused on and as i look at this room and think about this brand in this ecosystem. So i'm making assumptions of a lot of the people that decided to jump on board.

Here, what excites me is: it speaks to a level of innovation and ambition. That is a competitive advantage, at least for me, looking at it from afar against your competitive set like if you jump, if you're here, you're slightly different. In my opinion that you chose this brand than the other options you could have had don't clap yet because it's because this is what i want to talk about, because it could be epic or it could actually be the vulnerability of 2022. Which is why i want to talk to you about it.

It could be epic because you're more innovative, you're, more progressive, you're this that and the other thing it could be a vulnerability if you're over relying on the company's branding and aggressiveness and are assuming it's yours and for all the things i do. The majority of my time is spent listening, my flight to orlando yesterday, three hours just reading 41 different hashtags and every comment everybody had about it, my flight from orlando to here yesterday, reddit and 4chan groups and facebook groups to get a sense. I did a ton of homework on many of you in here and the content that you put out. It was enjoyable, it was enjoyable because it was affirmation for me once again of how much people don't understand social media.

Not as i'm professor and you stink. I mean it honestly this isn't. This is just an important combo, it's not like you, don't get it i get. Who gives a crap? Let me just tell you an observation that is predicated on the people in here's content on social, which is the following: the lack of patience in actually building relationship on social see my thing with real estate agents and firms is really fascinating in real life.

There's actually an incredible level of patience and relationship building going on with the people that win you're all good to get in there with the pta you're awesome at some softball coaching you're, really good at girls night at with wine. At the pizza thing on thursday you're cultivating you're romancing you're flirting on social you're, like a drunk dude at a bar last night, slipping a key off of a hello i got in last night. I saw some of you listen to me, 99 of the content in social forget about real estate, the industry. You know i have 2 000 people globally.

We have all sorts of data scientists nerds that can't even look you in the face because they only care about math, all the stuff that you can imagine and we look at this stuff. This is what i do for a living. This is what i do. 99 of the content that is put out on social is dramatically and inherently selfish.

It doesn't land there's too much. It's just supply and demand. If you're just posting another picture of a beautiful house, there are 73 000 of those on instagram and linkedin and twitter. We're not good at it.

The variable of success in 2022 in the real estate industry is being good at it. This is very important. There are ogs in this crowd, who have dominated their local market for 15 years, relationship on relationship on relationship who are starting to lose market share to first-year rookies, because first-year rookies know how to make a tick-tock yeah. This is important and rookies don't get high in yourself you're doing a lot of dumb too all right.

Some of you rookies need to learn the basics of actually how to do a contract, but we'll get into that later - and this is the point listen to me - i want to help this room because i don't usually get a full hour. Usually it's q, a i'm like god, damn it an hour keynote. How am i going to fill this? I'm like i might as well go deep, so we're going to go deep. Please if you remember anything from this talk, think purple.

Let me explain what i mean by that: what the reactions and the energies that just happened is there's this fascinating thing. This is the beautiful thing about being a listener and, as some of you may know, my sister has entered this business three years ago. So i'm double listening, because i love her more than anything, so i'm paying attention even more there's this incredible tension and conversation and just macro energy of the youth movement versus the ogs because of technology before it was just the ogs. You had to pay your dues and for the ogs i have a lot of empathy.

I had to pay my dues too, like you, don't think, i'm mad that i didn't have the internet and the blockchain. When i was 15, i would have owned the jets by 19., but the ogs need to understand you don't control when timing is you're mad, that these kids have facebook and can speed it up. Well, guess what your great great grandmother's mad at you, that you had running water, like you, know things like things, change it's okay right! So, but what we have to do is the following. I am fascinated that so many people that are players in their market have an advantage of history and reputation and word of mouth are allowing the rookies to take up so much of the attention and the real estate, i'm fascinated by it.

It comes out of your audacity. It comes out of your audacity. I understand you're the queen bee of sacramento, but technology doesn't care about you and it's happening, and i'm watching it happen on the flip side for the rooks you a lot of them are moving too fast and are relying just on the notion of social content and Are making missteps on the stake of the game of sizzle and steak, and so there's a lot going on, but the reality is, and everybody knows it here, you can stumble through your first five. Six seven eight deals you're gon na learn that part how to do it and how to have partnerships and couple relationships.

It's the commodity. We can razz on the rooks of like they stumbled there. They didn't get it there or they missed up there. You were rook too.

You made those same things. You figured it out, they're gon na figure it out the people in this room that are putting their head in the sand that they need to be putting out. Stick with me now: seven to 12 pieces of content on social media a day uh-huh. If you have basic ambition, the people that have their head in the sand on that are going to lose.

That's the word i'm going to use. What do i mean by lose? I don't mean you're going out of business, the market's hot, the world's abundant nobody's real when you're mad at that person in town nobody's really taking your stuff like there's plenty of room for everybody. I mean it's going to chip away day by day by day, and market share is important, especially when you're in this business and your market share is quote unquote somewhat limited. The stakes are extremely high for the people in this room to actually figure out how to do social, media content.

Social media content, along with ott netflix hulu, are the dominant consumption tools of our society. The end i watch people spend money on dumb because that's what got them there - they're quick to spend 3k on a billboard, because it makes their ego feel good because they drive by it, but they won't run three thousand dollars in ads against localized tick, tock content. When the cost of the tick tock ads are so underpriced, it makes me borderline, uncomfortable and because we've seen this game with instagram and facebook, it's just basic pattern. Recognition and people want to make assumptions that tic toc is 12 to 18 year olds.

When everybody in here knows, that's not true. I love when people are actually on tik tok themselves, but then claim it's not good for their business because their age group's not on it yet they're on it. 2022 is the single best year for a real estate, agent and brokerage and team and firm and brand and compass, because america's attention is more on social in 2022 than 2021 and social, creative, making the videos and pictures and the ads are dramatically underpriced compared to print Radio, television, outdoor and benches that one hit - if i, if i could leave with anything, i would leave with a macro commitment from the top the mezzanine in this floor, a macro commitment to actually deploy the 25 hours of homework. This is what i'm asking for.

I'm asking for 25 hours of homework from you, i'm not looking for you to get motivated or compelled or potentially open to doing this and then deciding you're going to go home and you're going to hire your 23 year old niece because she gets this. I need you to get it. You have to understand it, because if you don't, you won't know how to judge your 23 year old, niece or the person in the office. That does it.

If you don't understand it, you don't know how to judge it. The reason i have so many people reach out to me and say gary this doesn't work is because they don't know how to do it. They don't know how to judge it. You know what doesn't work for me.

A screwdriver, i'm serious, give me a hammer and a screwdriver, and i can't do that much with it, i'm not overtly handy, and so what people do is they blame the tools and the opportunity, but not themselves and their capability? What i'm looking for is 25 hours of actual homework. How do you post a tick tock ad enter on google yeah people like gary? So how do i do this? I'm like go to google. I know so much. Now, google, it's free right! Oh geez! Remember we had to go to the encyclopedia britannica 25 hours of homework so that you can post seven times a day on social media in 2022, who has even a glimpse of potentially wanting to do that raise your hand.

Thank you not a very good number, but i appreciate the self-awareness now. Let's talk about self-awareness, let's talk about self-awareness and let's talk about what i'm talking about now, because it's a pretty aggressive jump to go to seven posts a day versus once a week right, i'm empathetic and by the way, let me be very candace with this audience. I could care less if you do it, i don't know who you are, and i actually don't care about you. So i don't have any feelings or needs of you accomplishing this.

I genuinely love when i get the email from somebody in here eight months from now saying. I cannot believe this is working the way. It is. Thank you so much that i get a huge high on, but in real talk, i'm leaving in 45 minutes.

I'm saying this to be historically correct for my own content that i'm gon na put out drock. Where are you hey, drock right? So this talk is for me if you're interested in getting the collateral benefit of it. I really need you to get serious about this before you say no, the biggest issue in entrepreneurship in business and just in life in general. Is this infatuation with no versus maybe this infatuation with no, this concept of gary i've already tried.

We did that two years ago. It didn't really work. I didn't get enough leads this infatuation with well i'm comfortable on facebook, but i don't like this tick. Tock thing i'm trying to get my daughter off of it.

What do i need it for this? That any other thing, the game of self-awareness, is incredibly important in what i'm about to say. For example, i've been talking about for the last three years about linkedin quite a bit linkedin about five years ago, really converted and i see by some head nods. You know where i'm going, it went from a tool that we would use to recruit or just spam people on email to a social network for all intensive purposes, content content content by show of hands. How many people here consume content on linkedin, raise your hands, raise it high? I want everybody to see it higher.

Thank you for the likes. This is awesome, one more time, hi, look how many people are consuming content on linkedin. Thank you, everybody. What what i love about linkedin is.

It gives people options in here. Let me explain: linkedin is incredibly effective with just the written word. Linkedin is incredibly effective with just the written word. I know that a lot of people in this room, even though this is your profession - are skewing more introverted, aren't interested in being on camera are insecure about certain aspects.

The way they talk, the sound of their voice, the way they look, i'm empathetic to that. That's real, that's very real to the conversation i'm having with you. However, if this audience understood how many people are actually getting leads from written words on linkedin, it would be a different conversation. This is why i talk about self-awareness.

You have to understand how you like to communicate. Some people have the gift of gab to do it on video and the comfort. Others really genuinely struggle with that, but actually can talk and don't realize that they can just hit the memo button on their iphone record. It save it and post the audio.

There is no rules for content creation. The rules are very simple, be self-aware of what you are good at or enjoy so that you can actually achieve the amount of output and then, most importantly, what i started with this industry has to find a better way to bring value than just telling people about The listing the jab jab jab of right hook was very simple talk about other things and then it's unbelievably okay, once you've built up equity to ask aka post the listing you will close the listing your open house will be more attended if you've done a phenomenal Job in actually bringing some level of value in your feeds, the problem is, everybody goes so literal, i'm a real estate entity in this feed, i'm going to talk about real estate. What people don't realize is all the strengths that so many of you have in the real world are the strengths that you can have in content. The thing that i really want to challenge this audience to think about is, if you love golf or cooking or fishing, that that should be a core component of your content strategy.

You can't post seven times a day if the only thing you want to talk about is your listing or joining your team, you can, when you decide to be in, you know, an actual human being. So when we think, through this framework of how we provide value, we need to understand this now. What gets really interesting for me is the no versus the. Maybe let me explain, tick-tock right.

This second is a marketing phenomenon. You can literally tonight, because you thought this talk made some sense to you: download tick tock for the first time. How many people here do not have a tick? Tock account raise your hand, stand up, stand up, stand up, stand up, stand up. If you do not have a tick tock, let's see it lights up there.

I got it good all right. First, first, no keep standing back up back up dude! Thank you. First, let's clap it up for these patriots, you could sit. I can't believe i can't believe you do not have a tick tock after 15 years of this unacceptable, we'll talk after the show.

Let me tell you what's so cool about this. For me, this is wild. I'm gon na go. This is what's fun about having an hour for the ones that stood that are compelled out of curiosity to maybe make a play.

I want you to create a tick tock account after this talk tonight this evening. When you create your account, i want you to put your photo in. I prefer it not be one of those atrocious linkedin pictures. All of you have be human and in the bio you explain who you are, including the real estate part, but not only.

I then want you to put in the link the default link, a link that is directly to your business right. Whatever your business best link is, then i want your first tick tock to be something outrageously, simple: the glass of wine you're drinking the person you're with the meal you're having something whatever here is. What is remarkable about tick-tock that we have not seen in the last 20 years tick-tock, unlike every other platform, is built. Actually excuse me tick-tock, like tumblr years ago.

Some memories is built on the interest graph, not on the social graph you're, not getting in your feed who your friends are or who your friends or friends are you're getting in the feed things that you like. So if people like football and wine and jokes that's what their feed is, the reason tick tock's doing so well is people are getting posts, they want things they're interested in and so the interest graph is amazing because, unlike the social graph, where all of you remember, When you went on twitter or facebook or instagram, and you posted - and you had to like text your four friends and ask them to like it, because you felt so bad about yourself - i know how humans roll on tick tock, and this is what's so bananas about It and this will go away because it's all supply and demand of attention and as more ads are being run on tick. Tock and more people are producing content. So this is all the same story.

These gray hairs come in handy, i'm now on not intuition. I'm here now on pattern: recognition, what's amazing about tik tock, is that there's somebody in this room who literally right now does not have a tick tock account is going to post something ridiculous and is going to have 800 000 people see the video and one of Them emailed them for a lead, that's right! What's crazy melissa and i appreciate your no is - and i know like you're saying it from the like: that's that's why i'm pumped that's why i'm saying it right now: what's so wild is um the only other time we saw anything remotely like this was early early Early facebook fan pages 2011, where you would post something and you'd be like. Why did so many people see it now? I have a lot of empathy for the context of this room in a localized business. If you're in denver, you may not need your views in new jersey but referral game friends of friends, there's a lot of real stuff going on in your business that, if you're thoughtful about what i'm talking about, you could take advantage.

If you do a little legwork early early, facebook fan pages, we're talking about 10 years now, but the number of people whose first post get 5 10 15 000 views, is remarkable. It's absolutely remarkable and i couldn't compel you more to do it not because i'm a chinese spy. I know you cynics not because vaynermedia does well with tick tock, but because you have to, is she okay, she's good, i'm proud of you that was fast execution. Do you need a job, but because i'm trying to get all of you ready for the rest of your career? Let me explain how many people here likes again.

This is great, i'm having fun how many people here by show of hands are retiring in the next 10 years and before you raise it, i don't mean you're gon na crush it and buy a yacht. I mean you're old and you're finished. Raise your hands 10 years raise it. Can i get the likes, please raise your hands 10 years.

They are fair. Okay, thank you. Let's clap it up, we will let those 74 people slide for this next sentence. For the rest of you, ten years, do you know how much technology changes have happened last ten years? Do you understand that almost everything we do from? I mean if you, if you look at your cliche 18 year old, that lives on two core things: tick, tock and netflix.

They didn't even exist. I mean netflix did but in a very different form, cds to the house, pretty cool those two things didn't even exist, and this is where i need the ogs to hear to go back to the history books with me. There are people in this room. My friends for the youngsters in here under 30 under 30s, make some noise you're gon na, like this one under 30s.

There are people in this room who once said that they would never get a cell phone cause. Their pager was good enough. Let's go very vulnerable and honest by show of hands. Who in here was this person i'm never getting an iphone.

The blackberry has buttons and i need the buttons raise your hands, raise it high by show of hands. While we've got the lights, who in here said, i'm never getting either one of the following a facebook, a twitter, an instagram and now has one raise your hands, raise them high own it. My career is completely predicated on one hyper thesis. I have intuition from the luck of my parents having sex at the right moment.

That's true. I have intuition that allows me to understand what all of you are gon na do when you think you're not gon na do it. This is the crux of what i want to talk about today with you both on the marketing side, as i've been, and in a few minutes on the management and team side. I need everybody here to leave today with at least the seed of maybe kinda sorta, and i am not naive and incredibly self-aware and very in tune to how this may be entertaining, and you might have gotten a laugh and it might be curious.

But you are viscerally against the concept that i'm throwing down. As i said earlier, that is incredibly fine, but let there be no confusion. The data is extremely clear. Market share amongst real estate agents in local towns are shifting completely predicated on the ability to be good at social media.

Now you may be more than happy with how much you make and have eight years, seven years, nine years and you're like screw it. If i make a little bit less, i'm still good and that's amazing. That's actually awesome, do you, but if you're interested i mean it like you know, i i think people are very confused at times like if you make 12 an hour and you're pumped you won life. Most of my millionaire friends are miserable as but, if you have a sake or an interest in growing market share in your place, there is nothing else.

This logo can do a lot, but not the thing we're talking about you've got to make the content. You you've got to talk about why your local town is awesome. I said this at a tom ferry event. I was here 10 years ago, become the mayor of your town with your content.

If you make content of why this subway you know burger shop is the best that might just catch someone's eye, and that becomes a legion. If you're the person that reviews the school on video form in facebook groups or on a tick tock that might be the gateway drug to the business, that you're looking for content on social has become a requirement of growth, not an option. It's clear and again you don't need to do it, but it's really the conversation to be had, and i hope you guys take it a little just a hair, more serious and i hope for the people that remember they did well on facebook or instagram. But then the organic reach went down and you're not doing as well, for who here had a good run with either facebook group or instagram, but then felt the effects of the reach going down and are not doing as well as they've done at their prime time.

In their careers, raise your hands so for that group, because you've already tasted what i've talked about, you must immediately get serious about tick-tock immediately yesterday, let's move on. Thank you for that chapter of this talk. How many people here have employees underneath them raise your hand? What have employees underneath them, people that work for them reason higher people are so scared with hands. Thank you for that crowd and for the other crowd, but we're going to start with that crowd, there's something that i've been spending a long time in my mind on, but it was back here it was in my subconscious.

I didn't really. I couldn't get it all. The way to the front covid gave me an opportunity to get into my feelings and luckily i was able to finally get it to the front. You know that you know how life works like we're all humans right like it's there, you know it's there and finally, oh damn it he's cancer, get him out of my life that stuff! That's what was gone.

Sorry, that was that's where i'm about to go. Um. There's been something in my here for the last 20 years that i just couldn't figure out and i finally feel comfortable and ready to talk about it in a compelling way. That makes the argument potentially land for all of you, which is why i wrote this book.

I believe that we have been misguided in how to win in business. I believe that the popular conversation of business that we accept today as entrepreneurs and operators, is wrong. I believe that the dog eat dogs, hard elbows and my literally there may not be a statement on earth that i hate more and i don't like using the word hate. But there is not a statement on earth that i hate more than the concept of nice.

Guys finish last, if i could find the person that created that saying, i would dig them up from the grab ground and punch them in the neck. It is such a fundamental misnomer, and i think it's time we have this conversation. This book talks about leveraging the emotional ingredients necessary for business success. I don't believe any of us were raised with the concept that the core tenant for business success is kindness.

I just don't think that's something we've ever heard. I don't think it's something people believe i even think when i just said it. It was like funny to say and funny to feel your collective reaction. Let there be no confusion about the next part of this talk and where i'm going, i am not in the over coddling foofy foofy like world of business.

This is not about entitlement. I the same person. I want to dig up from the great i want to destroy every human associated with 8th place trophies. I am not looking to coddle this up, i'm here to dominate.

I am here to build the single greatest entrepreneurial career of all time, i'm here to. If you bother me too much, i'm going to start a real estate brokerage in your local town and put you out of business, i'm being dead serious, i'm very weird when it comes to competition. So, as i talk about what i want to talk about now, please remember all the things that i just said in the last two minutes, kindness, empathy, compassion, the soft skills are actually the hard skills people are confused. People are confused where we are in the world not today this isn't about.

I know where some of you are going to go somebody's going to go. Oh, i see what gary's doing he's trying to prepare us for gen z, because they're so woke and soft uh news alert. That is not what i'm doing. What i'm trying to do is get everybody prepared to understand how they can make more money, how they can be more successful.

How real this is, you have to understand. What's happening, what's happening. Very simply is this: we've been lied to the world is inherently abundant, even in a local business, where you're trying to compete against seven other people that you know who you're competing against for the houses. The fundamental truth is nobody's taking yours you're, limiting your upside.

The way you're limiting your upside is over stressing about somebody else getting a listing that you didn't get when you spend two hours dwelling that susan got it and you didn't that's two hours that you played on defense, not offense. There's nobody taking your stuff and because of that, and things like that, we are confused. We think that there's a certain demeanor, a certain style that needs to be done for business success. Of course, of course, you can be massively financially successful being atrocious.

It exists. We know it and to me you know i heard somebody say whether it's you know it is unfortunate, like honestly, no feelings towards it. Unfortunately, fortunately it is life. What's that got to do with you, though, at the height of the steve jobs, god era in silicon valley, i was booed aggressively for the only time in my career, ironically, in this wonderful town, it's true.

I was on stage in the height of steve jobs land at south by southwest, and i proclaimed that i wanted to be nothing like him and that he stinks, because i didn't like the narrative that i watched a lot of kids start running their business because they Heard that steve was mean they decided to be me, youtube watcher. What's up it's garyvee! First of all, thank you so much. I hope, you're doing super well during these times. I also want to ask you please subscribe, because my commitment and exploration of youtube is about to explode stories, polls, more content, more engagement, more surprise and delight.

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  1. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars Jennifer Nancy says:

    I came here to learn how to invest after listening to a guy on radio talk about the importance of investing and how he made $460,000 in 4 months from $160k, somehow this video has helped shed light on some things, but I'm still confused, I'm a newbie and I'm open to ideas.

  2. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars Richard Hopen says:

    Hey Gary – I wasn’t able to make it to Austin for the conference so it was great to see your video. I’ve been following you for 7+ years and I’m working on my SM content plan, but I didn’t include TT. I jumped into Snapchat early on and pleaded with professionals to do the same. And here I am years later, resisting the new platform. You inspired me to get acquainted with TT. I will! Thanks!!!

  3. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars Javier Javier says:

    It's been almost 3 months since the first time I've watched your content. I have no fb, Twitter, Instagram…Gary you're opening me the eyes. Thanks for the video.

  4. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars Kenneth Lo says:

    Gary – an incredibly inspiring talk. As Compass agents, my wife and I were fortunate to attend this and soak this in from the second row. You have truly changed our lives (and no doubt, countless others).

  5. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars Ylop Ylop says:

    Garyvee where do you sell all the products that you have from the garage sales? Please let me know.

  6. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars Marcus Geiger says:

    Mrs. Sonia Dickson .is the right person to start trading cryptocurrency with.. she knows her way around the crypto world.. she has been helping me increase my investment every day for over months… She is a genius, have made close to 1btc through her

  7. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars Shredded King says:

    I will forever be indebted to you 😇 you’ve changed my whole life I’ll continue to preach about your name for the world to hear you’ve saved me from a huge financial debt with just little investment thanks so much Mrs Mrs Sonia Dickson

  8. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars BerryAtYourBathroom says:

    I started tiktok a week ago and say times are over when you upload anything and get thousands of views. Still giving it a try!

  9. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars Rui Saraiva says:

    Not sure who Gary is hanging out with…but the 40-50 yr old demographic we serve are most definitely NOT on TikTok. There needs to be a reality check here…

  10. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars Nick says:

    Sucks that all the attention is on a chinese spyware app….guess i'll catch the next one…

  11. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars Jason Whitman says:


  12. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars Income Byte says:

    “Things may come to those who wait, but only the things left by those who hustle.”― Abraham Lincoln

  13. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars azma callin says:

    <I feel those who would allow the market dynamism to determine when to trade or not are either new in space in general or probably just naïve, the sphere have seen far worse times than this, enlightened traders continue to make good use of the dip and pump even acquiring more equities towards trading sessions, I'd say that more emphasis should be put into trading, since it is way profitable than hodling. Trading went smooth for me as I was able to make over 6.5 btc when I started at 1.5 btc in just few weeks implementing trades with Daniel Wright. I would advise y'all to trade your asset rather than hodl for a future you aren't sure about….👌👌

  14. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars Nathalie Lazo says:

    Magnificent person reading this… The truth is you are confident and good enough already with who you are, where you are at and what you have right now to have the success you want in life. Don't let others define what “success” is for you. Get up, learn that skill and go after it! I believe in you so much! Have an awesome day! – Love, Nat ❤️

  15. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars Kristopher Mancini says:

    Anyone know what gary meant at the 6 minute mark when he said : ‘if you believe thats the engine to your marketing and brand building it isnt happening ‘

  16. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars Maryann George says:

    2021 December 🎅 crypto price now should be in every wise individuals list, in some weekly time you'll be ecstatic with the decision you made today: great job

  17. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars Mike Giet says:

    I hear only about extraction from natural resources, nothing about recconecting with nature – just take take power and money and give conscumptionism to next generations

    are we going this direction? or is it my projection from what I receive from Gary messages

  18. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars Marketing Harry says:

    Work smart not that hard! Thanks for always bringing awareness about all the possibilities around us. 🙌

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