Transcript for GaryVee shares his secrets to success
And now it is time for reinvent you. We're getting schooled on how to achieve success in challenging times. Social media sensation Garry vaynerchuk is here to help. We've been flooded with questions from fans and a lucky few will get to talk to him live in just a moment. First here's a look at who he is. A lot of words to describe you, social media mogul. Entrepreneur, internet personal. How would you describe yourself? Gary vaynerchuk is a jack of all trade, five-time "The new York Times" best-selling author, serial entrepreneur founding over eight businesses. This is my hobby. This is my passion. This is what I love to do. I love building businesses this. Is fun for me. Reporter: A motivational public speaker. I just knew that I was going to do my thing. Reporter: And social media influencer followed by more than 14 million people online. The answer is you're not going to find nothing if you're still dwelling on what got you to this spot. Reporter: Using his massive platform to be the advice guru for again-x and millennials. You of yourself is the easiest way to get to happiness. He is here live to help reinvent you. Joining us now live from Hudson yards is cigarry vee. How are you doing? Good to see you. Good morning. We know you've amassed a huge following, over 14 million people online. So what is your secret to being successful in business? In business, the key is self-awareness, Michael. You have to know what you are good at and what you like. So many people are chasing what they wish they were or where the money is. But this is a simple game of self-awareness. Are you good at it and do you like it because you have to like it because it's too hard if you don't. We know a lot of -- The other thing -- Go ahead. The number one thing people miss is patience. This takes a ton of time. This takes a lot of time. Everybody thinks they'll make their first million in five seconds. It takes years and years and years and years and then finally, love them more than you love yourself. Most people start a business thinking this business is going to buy me a boat and a house. You have to care about your customers and your employees most and it's the employees' part that motion love. Love them the most then your customers then worry about yourself. Wow. Great advice right there. But what kind of questions -- I know with the pandemic it's changed probably the questions that you're receiving and some of the things that you're asked to advise on. So what kind of questions are you getting now from people who are struggling? I mean, people are struggling in general because about perspective. They're just really upset so I tell them you need to go into the gap and let me explain, not the store. The gap is gratitude, accountability and perspective. Are you just grateful? The reality is are you grateful for what you have versus what you don't. Everyone is talking on Twitter and social and to their friends and each other about what they lost. I can't go on a vacation. I miss the office. But are you actually grateful for your health? Have you looked at the numbers? Then there's accountability. Are you actually accountable to make yourself happy? Instead of pointing the finger, Michael, you know this, everybody points the finger to the government, my boss, this person, that person, how about pointing thumbs. Are you accountable? What can you do to make yourself happy and then perspective? The reality is, it's very simple. If you were watching this program with Michael and I right this second -- Gary, hold that thought. We have to take a break and come back. He's not George going anywhere. More advice from Gary vee when we come back and audience will ask questions, as well. Tweet it to a zoom link, follow us on Twitter during this break and submit your questions. We'll be right back for more
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