The noted tell-it-like-it-is-entrepreneur, author, speaker and investor Gary Vaynerchuk says the internet has opened the door for the self-starting businessperson. What sets some people apart is their willingness to work smarter and harder, despite the popular phrase. SUCCESS Editor-in-Chief Josh Ellis sits down with Vaynerchuk to discuss daily self-awareness, what determines entrepreneurial success and how introversion can be your greatest asset.
This interview appears on the SUCCESS Talks Collection August 2016 edition.
- How the internet has changed the entrepreneurial landscape for anyone wanting to join the YouEconomy. Now you can start a business from the couch at 3 a.m.
- Why living life on your own terms outweighs the cost of striking it out on your own.
- Vaynerchuk says going all in is the biggest necessary risk you’ll ever take. You can’t dip your toes in the water and expect to learn how to swim.
- Build your self-awareness by surrounding yourself with honest and trustworthy people.
Favorite Quote From This Episode:
“So if you have any inkling to take a jump—do it. Because at 80, you’ll be more upset that you didn’t try than the fact that you lost your life savings.”
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