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https://www.youtube.com/embed/6vCDlmhRmBo This is funny, I didn’t do it on this trip, but sometimes when I fly and I have to fill out custom forms, when it says occupation, I write fire fighter. That’s how I feel an entrepreneur is you’re always ready for another fire. Whether it’s two o’clock in the morning or nine 30, you have to be ready. And I don’t struggle with that because I’ve been practicing it my whole life, which is why I fear when people try to become entrepreneurs because it’s cool. Now I worried about that because it’s very hard every single day I lose. And unless you’re good at that, you will not like entrepreneurship. [Upbeat Music] – [A Man] You got your perspective.[Upbeat music] – [A Man] happy. Don’t you want to be happy? [Upbeat Music] – Brazil, how are you? – [Crowd] Good. So I’m gonna do about 40 minutes…

https://www.youtube.com/embed/xIy6DiuAR0c Micro content written know your audiences, you got your prospectus [ Music, ], 25 minutes TV shows killing it good thing on the entrepreneur, OTT yeah. What did you what’s the 200,000? Let me see it real quick. I mean it’s super fun for me to look at this because it’s so like the model yeah like it feels so, first and foremost, you’re not putting up enough content like like there’s silver, that we don’t put out yeah. No, it’s I don’t like. First and foremost, this is one day ago. The next piece is four days ago, in three days without posting, like I’m posting board, now, actually I’m a little down and I’m upset about and we’re like truck like we’re like I’ve, like eight step for the last 45 days, I’ve gone away from my four times. A day five times a day to two…

https://www.youtube.com/embed/w8rg4TkzJ6g What’s up everyone, how’s it going? Welcome back to The Rideshare Hub! We decided that after making a bunch of videos about uber and lyft drivers, we want to give back to drivers. So we’re gonna be tipping them. We have $600 and we’re gonna be tipping each driver 200 bucks and seeing their reaction. Just got picked up from our Uber driver and I just wanted to first of all ask you what your name is. Sudan. how long have you been driving? For about three years now. Three years? Wow you’re a veteran. Hi what’s your name? My name is Kade. How long have you been an Uber driver for? This is my third day. Third day? Okay, you’re just getting started then. What’s your name? Igor. Igor. Started at 4AM 4 a.m. today? Yeah. How long have you been riding with Uber for? 2 years. I…

(musik ringan) – [Host] Jika Anda menginginkan pekerjaan, beralih ke konten orang di LinkedIn dan benar-benar meninggalkan jawaban yang bijaksana mengarah ke luar biasa kesempatan kerja. Jika Anda ingin membangun … Jika Anda seorang pengusaha, semakin cepat Anda bisa mulai membangun daya ungkit untuk diri sendiri melalui konten atau melalui merek yang Anda buat lebih baik. Tapi itu adalah percakapan pola pikir. Satu hal yang bisa saya janjikan, tidak akan melakukan apa pun untuk siapa pun di sini memainkannya di kepala Anda dan tidak melakukan apa-apa. Tanpa tindakan adalah hal yang menghancurkan. – [Anggota Audiens] Bagaimana kita bisa menerapkan dolar delapan puluh strategi menuju LinkedIn? – [Tuan rumah] Jadi yang dia maksud adalah Saya mengeluarkan sesuatu beberapa bulan yang lalu, mungkin setengah tahun yang lalu, disebut strategi dolar delapan puluh. Cara untuk menang adalah mendengarkan dan kemudian berkontribusi. Maksud saya adalah semua orang berusaha untuk berkembang di Instagram. Ini hal…

– Karena karma bagus. Seperti jika Anda membantu Carol mengenakan dan dia mendapat kenaikan gaji $ 60.000 dan pindah kembali ke San Francisco di mana keluarganya berada, itu hanya menempatkan kebaikan ke dunia. Bagian ini seperti dengan saya, jadi saya pikir ini adalah saat Anda perlu menjadi egois. Seperti Anda perlu mengajukan pertanyaan Anda. (musik ceria) Mempekerjakan adalah menebak, menembak adalah mengetahui. Sepertinya kamu harus cepat. Itulah cara Anda menyelesaikannya, begitulah cara Anda memecahkan masalah. Ini adalah televisi, dan televisi adalah radio. Jadi bajingan 4D. Jadi ini saatnya saya pikir Anda adil Agak egois dan menanyakan pertanyaan langsung Anda. – Jadi saya akan mulai. Jadi kita berada di ruang manual pelatihan, dokumentasi, SOP. – Ya – Dan masalah terbesar yang kita miliki adalah pesan dan bagaimana membuatnya mendesak, karena usaha kecil ingin melakukan apa pun kecuali duduk dan tulis semua proses mereka. Dan saya merasa seperti bunglon dengan nada elevator…

https://www.youtube.com/embed/fpypQ3s7t5A – On this episode, we talk a little education, we call Denmark, we did good. (hip hop music) – [Gary] You ask questions, and I answer them. This is The #AskGaryVee Show. – Hey everybody, it's Gary Vay-ner-chuk and this is episode 240 of The #AskGaryVee Show. Life is good, focused. Been a very, very interesting kind of weekend. A lot going on in the American political system.You know, team human is how I'll always be so I'll address it right away. Who's this? – [Chris] Azeem. – Azeem, this is GaryVee and you're on the #AskGaryVee show. – [Azeem] Oh shit. What's up Gary? – What's up man? Where you from? – [Azeem] So I'm from New York, family's from Pakistan. – Very nice. – [Azeem] Yeah. – So you got a question? – [Azeem] Honestly man, I was just gonna use this time to say I'd love…

https://www.youtube.com/embed/9O8haH2tHWY – On this episode, the legend stops by! (hip hop music) You ask questions, and I answer them! This is The #AskGaryVee Show. Hey everybody, this is Gary Vaynerchuk, and this is episode 242 of The #AskGaryVee Show! I mean I don’t really know what else to say. Legend in the room. You know what I really like, Tony? And I’ll just get right into it, thank God for your documentary. Because people realized that you cursed, and that gave me (Tony laughs) the air cover. People are like, oh Gary it’s okay that you curse now. I’m like, phew! Thank God! I was pumped, people are like tweeting like, Tony curses like Gary! I’m like, yeah! – I used to bring you to my talks so that people would feel good about me after listening to you, – Exactly! – So we’re doing the same thing for each…

https://www.youtube.com/embed/0-YjoRrd-HQ – The way to win is as old as time. Do the right thing and put in the fucking work. There is just nothing else. By the way there’s nothing else in anything. How do I become a professional hockey player? Talent and effort. How do I become a tremendous top one percent lawyer? Talent and effort. How do I become a phenomenal mother? Talent and effort. It’s talent and effort and what I love about effort and why I love hustle and now that it’s become so cliche you see me saying the word work a little bit more now ’cause I just want people to get it. It’s controllable. You know how many people here want to be a millionaire? Do you know how rare that is? Have you run the math? You have this enormous audacity yet you’re not putting in the work to get you…

https://www.youtube.com/embed/RRs462KWjeM Wehling on what you stopped on is the quickest way for the next thing not to work all great stuff especially when you’re innovating doesn’t happen right away number one mistake so many people make is they care about what other people have what anybody has if I have more if I left as a matter I worry about myself he’s an American entrepreneur investor and four times New York Times bestselling author he’s best known as a digital marketer and social media pioneer he’s an angel investor or adviser to uber Birchbox twitter facebook snapchat and tumblr he’s Gary Vaynerchuk and here’s my take on his top ten rules for success volume two rule number three is my personal favorite and I’d love to know which one you guys like the best and as always guys if you hear something that really resonates with you please leave it…

Crystal: You never really know who we would have been if we had made one different decision way back there in our childhood, but because of the way the brain develops, we are more emotionally susceptible to the experiences that we have early on in life than we are later in life. Tom: Hey everybody! Welcome to Impact Theory. You are here my friend because you believe the human potential is nearly limitless, but you know that having potential is not the same as actually doing something with it. So our goal with the show and company is to introduce you to the people and ideas that will help you actually execute on your dreams. Today’s guest is a professional dancer and molecular neuroscientist with a PhD from Caltech that is hell bent to destroy the longstanding stereotypes about the frumpy and pathologically unhip scientist.She gave an amazing TEDx talk…