Gary Vaynerchuk is coming to Asia! Gary is a natural born entrepreneur. He took his family’s wine business from $3 million dollars in annual revenue, to $60 million dollars, in just five years.
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Today, he runs VaynerMedia, one of the world’s hottest digital and social media marketing agencies. He is also a prolific angel investor, with investments in companies like Facebook, Twitter, Tumblr, and Uber.
Gary is a New York Time’s best-selling author of four books, popular podcaster, inspirational public speaker, and all-around entrepreneurial giant.
Today, you’ll hear about:
- How to win your parents’ approval to become an entrepreneur, even if they are not supportive
- The only subject Gary got A’s in during high school
- Sneak preview of Gary’s plan to expand into Asia
- The single most important trait to becoming a successful entrepreneur
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Links from Today’s Episode
- Full Transcript of Gary’s episode
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- Learn more about Gary and Vaynermedia
- Gary’s exciting new series to be released in April
Detailed Show Notes
- (2:20) Why Gary is so excited about Asia
- (4:10) How Gary’s parents built their American dream
- (4:22) Entrepreneurial beginnings with lemonade stands and baseball cards
- (8:25) How a single episode in the early days of Wine Library TV put Gary on the map
- (11:00) How to find the right balance between balance family life and business
- (14:00) Gary’s secret fitness accelerator that he runs in house
- (14:50) What is the current state of entrepreneurship right now and will there be a day of reckoning for people selling “get rich quick” schemes online
- (18:30) Where Gary thinks the attention be in 2017
- (18:45) Gary’s views on WeChat
- (21:25) The building block that Gary will use for his global expansion
- (23:00) The single most important trait to becoming a successful entrepreneur
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