If you haven’t watched an interview with Gary – you don’t know what you’re missing.
When I need a boost or a reminder of why I do what I do – I look to Gary. His interviews are powerful, passionate and inspiring. He’s a true salesman and story teller (in a good way) that hits a homerun nearly every time.
Now you want to win like him? Let’s take a look at what it takes.
Win Like Vaynerchuck
And without further ado…
Watch. His. Interviews.
His passion is unmatched and the number 1 reason he is so successful. If you don’t walk away pumped or ready to take on the world after listening to him, maybe you need to go skydiving to get your thrills.
You have to be passionate about what you’re trying to grow. Wether it’s your business or your blog – you have to live it, breathe it, and eat it.
When you do, it all comes together so much easier.
One of his most admitted weaknesses as well.
He has a diverse business portfolio. From his Wine TV library to selling his books – he’s not just fixated on one product. Having many areas of focus, proves that his creative mind is in top gear.
When you’re running many projects, you’ve got the ability to take a break from one and focus in on another. It allows you the opportunity to get a 30-thousand foot view from project to project.
3. Big Picture
Gary always has scale in mind.
I think this is one of the most important factors you need to think of in what you’re doing. You have to plan for a couple stages out at best. Gary might see an idea that someone turned into a few hundred thousand dollar a year baby and want to turn it into a billion dollar machine.
Starting from a super simple idea and knowing how you can grow it is the real hard part. As they say, the ideas come easy, growing them is the hard part.
Put This All Together And Win
Look. You’re going to need a lot of Red Bull or pump yourself up everyday to be like Gary.
But it’s possible.
He grew a single digit million dollar business into a multi million machine that he still is passionate about today.
Hard work, trying multiple areas of opportunity, and thinking for the future.
What are you waiting for?
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