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Gary Vaynerchuk Shares His Views on Quality of Life

Gary Vaynerchuk

Gary Vaynerchuk

I’m sure you have heard of Gary by now. He is a gutsy, charismatic, hard working, gifted entrepreneur who owns the wine category online through his site WineLibrary.TV.  He is best known as one of the world’s experts in social media and online marketing.  However, as he continues to draw audiences, he is now just as appreciated by his talent as a motivational speaker.

He’s also hilarious and totally authentic.

The highlight of the video is Gary’s emphasis on the importance of being yourself.

“Not being yourself is exhausting.” How great a line is that?

In our 20’s and early 30’s, we start to realize the importance of being yourself for happiness and personal satisfaction reasons.  And then halfway through our careers, we start to realize that being yourself is also the greatest competitive advantage you could have for professional success.

Be yourself. There can’t be a better life tip than that, and Gary Vaynerchuk is making the world a better place by spreading this message.

At 2:48 into this video, Gary shares a best practice on how he deals with bad days.  It’s a great lesson about the importance of mindset; but it’s also completely hilarious.  I love that he gave us such a specific, quirky example.  That’s what it’s all about.

Click on the below to watch the video.   Let us know what you think.


3 Responses to “Gary Vaynerchuk Shares His Views on Quality of Life”

  1. Spence Harlan says:

    This guy is really inspiring. Thank you for putting it together. I really respect how comfortable Gary Vaynerchuk is with himself. By putting it the way he did, it shows an immediate benefit as well. That you will have more energy by not trying to be anything other than what you are.

  2. Lisa Zamora says:

    I also think it is great that he is out there to make money. There is nothing wrong with that. I’ve seen some social media experts give off a vibe that it is less than savory to orient yourself to making profits and I find that hypocritical and not realistic either.

  3. Srinivas Rao says:

    I really like this notion that not being yourself is exhausting. I think so many people are afraid of who they really are and don’t let it out because they care so much what others think

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