How to Ask For Everything You Want with Gary Vaynerchuk

CEO of VaynerMedia – Gary Vaynerchuk

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Gary VaynerchukDiscover why you shouldn’t fix what you are bad at, and Gary’s tips for asking for what you want. Plus why quality is more important than quantity in the age of social media.

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  • I’ve been an independent B2B consultant for almost 13 years now. Other than marrying my wife and becoming a parent — embracing self-employment was the best move I’ve ever made. Gary is so right that it’s important to play to your innate strengths, as much as possible. If you don’t you’ll burn out. But if you do — then you’ll probably love your work — and persist until you succeed!

  • Loved this interview, thanks Jamie! I usually tuck my tail between my legs if I email once with no reply…and only send a follow-up if I REALLY want to talk to someone, so his whole “emailing three times is nothing” mentality was definitely a wake-up! My friends and I used to have this joke in high school: “You can’t make somebody love you, but you can stalk them until they eventually give in.” Almost seems fitting here too šŸ˜‰

    • So nice to see you here Jenny!!
      Aw yeah, let’s be stalkers together! šŸ˜‰

  • Great interview!! I enjoyed hearing his story. My big takeaway is – Don’t be afraid to keep asking – I’m one to give up after a couple emails with no response. I assume they don’t want to respond, not that they are just busy or overlooked my note. Have a fabulous day!

    • You too Lauren! So glad you had great takeaway šŸ™‚

  • I guess we often forget that “important” people are humans too and that we can always just ask =) It’s so easy to not even email because we are telling out self that its impossible. =)

  • This was absolutely great, love the power of persistence. Thanks for sharing!

  • Great interview. Successful people often make it looks so easy, but it’s nice to get a deeper look and realize how hard many of them had to work to get where they are. I hear time and time again that persistence is one of the most important qualities for success, and this just confirms that even more. Thanks for the food for thought!

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