O.M.G. I do love Gary Vee!
So I just came across this short little video and if you have ever, EVER, found yourself lacking even the tiniest bit of motivation, you need to watch this:
Are these the three lines that win the Internet 2017?
“How do you keep yourself motivated?”
“By remembering that you might die tomorrow.”
GAAAAAH!!!! Thank you Gary!
So today I’m hitting the edit suite while the rest of the country enjoy a long weekend – I’ll be cutting and creating for the next four days. Eating 100% Exante products. Because I actually could die tomorrow, and all this would be over, without me doing what I need to do or being what I want to be.
And THAT’S the scariest thought of all!
Stay motivated, folks!
But do they act on them?
Gary Vaynerchuk says he hates motivational videos!
“People love the feeling of being motivated. But they don’t like putting in the work to do something about the feeling.”
……………………………………… probably 🙁
So to add some extra motor to his message here’s a fascinating insight into his life.
With the usual focus. Commitment. Dedication. Energy. Fury. Ranting. Passion. And lots of Effing!
Over 65,000 views! I wonder how many of the viewers have actually acted on it?
Gary Vaynerchuk says you’re not!
If you’re one of those 40-plus-year-olds who thinks “I’m too old to change my life” – watch this video.
Another inspiring message from the dynamic Gary Vaynerchuk, aimed at those aged 40 and over – way over!
Yes we might not have the self-belief of 20-year-olds, but we have experience. No business experience in my case, but life experience.
And that’s got to count for something, right?
If you’ve also been driving for more than half of your entire life it’s easy to think we don’t stand a chance against the young kids with their energy, enthusiasm and techy habits.
We tell ourselves they’re not held back by mortgages, commitments or a bad back.
If you let yourself think you were too old to change your life or to try for success, watch this! Think again! And then share it!
I’m sitting here at eleven minutes past midnight on Saturday night, writing Risk Assessments for jobs we have coming up in the next few weeks… because that’s how I role these days.
It’s going to be hard to get up early tomorrow, get the dogs walked and then crack on with work, but I know if I do I will feel so much bettter about myself than if I get up late.
Makes me think like I need me a little Gary Vaynerchuk motivation…
Over 20,000 views in 2 days…
WAKE UP:AND GRIND!!!