Entrepreneurship Keynote | Gary Vaynerchuk At USC 2015

Entrepreneurship Keynote | Gary Vaynerchuk At USC 2015

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Gary Vaynerchuk is a serial entrepreneur and the CEO and founder of VaynerMedia, a full-service digital agency servicing Fortune 500 clients across the company’s 5 locations. Gary is also a prolific public speaker, venture capitalist, 4-time New York Times Bestselling Author, and has been named to both Crain’s and Fortune’s 40 Under 40 lists.

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11 thoughts on “Entrepreneurship Keynote | Gary Vaynerchuk At USC 2015

  • December 11, 2016 at 4:37 pm

    last part are amizing, not that the other parts are not, but it really concluded shit~

  • January 22, 2017 at 5:48 pm

    G, being subscribed to you for about 24 hrs, this is the 2nd clip where the other person(s) audio sucks and is barely heard. Get another good mic for those situations!
    Furthermore, just keep charging!:)

  • February 24, 2017 at 3:01 pm

    hey gary! i love the last part, because even if I paid a lot of atention to your content, Is to much to learn and it make it easier when people make like a summary with the most important one, I mean after watch every video i kind of do same in my mind but with 2 or 5 ideas but this is better because they complement my learning

  • March 23, 2017 at 12:36 pm

    I was watching Evan Carmichaels playlists until he interviewed you. You came off raw and straightforward, which intrigued me to watch your channel. I’m unbelievably thankful for all the free daily content posted on your s YouTube Channel! Thank you! I’ve been taking summary notes on your videos. I hope other people find my notes useful, and can add to my notes??
    1. Self-Awareness: Everyone has a “dream,” “goal,” and “plan” to achieve something. However, few are willing to subtract their entertainment and down-time for learning and work. If people were to audit the time wasted in their day, then people could achieve their dreams, goals and plan.

    2. Soft People: Those who grew up in functional families, quintessentially with high-incomes and a solid education, often are softer. This is because the markets, society and the world has not punched them in the gut yet. People who grew up in dysfunctional families, low income and inadequate education are better adapted to handle adversity, take a lot of punch’s, and navigate around that adversity to make it work in their favor.

    3. Bet on your strengths, and let your weaknesses atrophy away.

    4. There’s a lot of people who only have the capacity to be in 4th place or 400th place, but they always want to go off and be number one. Those who do not have the capacity to be number 1 or number 400 should not aspire to obtain those positions, as they would not do well their.

    5. Fake Entrepreneur: Everyone thinks they’ll go to the ivy league college, get a MBA in inert information and theories, collect massive student debt, go out and start a Uniform Start-Up, VC Finance up to the $1B, then start down-rounding until they go out of business.

    6. Firing Top Players: If the top CFO cannot cooperate and work together with the COO, then the CFO is fired, regardless of who’s the more experienced, qualified and diligent employee. Same goes for any tier of employees interacting with any tier of another employee.

    7. Hiring Opposite Employees: Hire employees that are opposite of you in characteristics. For example, if you are very technical, analytical and precocious, hire an employee who is creative, technological and slower to massive change.

    8. Disrupting Big Companies: Big companies that become corpulent from capital goods and inventory, slow or cripple to innovation, legacy thinkers, a hierarchy, not utilizing E-Commerce, and ignoring currently existing and emerging social media platform marketing are extremely vulnerable to disruptive start-ups.

    9. Disruptive Companies are not Anomalies: Disruptive companies are not anomalies; they are a preview of what’s to come in the market and economy. However, legacy companies tend to ignore the massive chaos a disruptive start-up company can wreck upon a legacy company market share, and/or the entire market en masse.

    10. Sell time: Disruptive companies that sells time back to the consumer are the most profitable companies, because the consumer values their time over all else: money, relationship and necessities.

    11. Be a Gateway Drug for Success: When you are winning in the world and documenting your journey someone else in the present or future may become inspired by your ideas, action, execution, and end results.

    12. Ideas are shit, execution is everything. Just because you have an idea, doesn’t mean you are automatically an entrepreneur, it means you are a human being that has a bit of imagination in their head.

    13. Losing Venture Capital Financing: If you raise venture capital financing, and lose it all, then you’ve been checked off in the “never trust again” column. Quintessentially, if you say “I’ll try again, because I learned,” then the venture capitalist will severely distrust you afterwards.

    14. Watch People’s Reactions: What are people reacting to the most in the business? Is there a certain entrance they use to the stable, or are they ignoring certain stalls on purpose? Understand their behavior, then build or demolish accordingly.

  • May 10, 2017 at 3:13 pm

    Gary V love you one of your newest 60 year old fans its never to late. realizing I have been raising a man like you he’s 39 been selling celery stcks and water to the neighbors since he was 4yrs old. Please ck out one of his businesses Vino Vessel his name is Micah. Hes a hussler like you and me ?❤ unstoppable

  • May 31, 2017 at 10:29 pm

    That profanity though…..I understand only certain words work to make certain points, but his overuse of these words is offensive and negates their purpose. He loses a percentage of listeners just because of his overuse of poor language. How smart can he be? He’s forfeiting clients because he thinks sounding edgy is more important than growing a larger audience. Because of his poor language, people are reluctant to share his resources, we can’t play this at work, we can’t listen in front of kids ….He must know that his language inhibits so many people from listening.

  • June 29, 2017 at 6:26 am

    though I always said english is almost like my native language, honestly I have to pause n stop so many times, to be able to absorb what Gary said, and all I can say is..his words is truly are more precious n powerful than Kryptonite (the stone that killed superman)..

    I want to be able to apply at least half of what he said, do a true action ‘n I know I’m going to change my life to the right direction

  • June 29, 2017 at 7:22 am

    If the teacher recorded me in the end I will be saying:

    #1 Asset is TIME

    Putting your thoughts out into the world! (plan to be my next action)

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