Business Tips: Advice Every College Graduate Should Hear | Meeting With a VaynerMedia Intern, 2017

Business Tips: Advice Every College Graduate Should Hear | Meeting With a VaynerMedia Intern, 2017

Awesome Tip: Advice Every College Graduate Should Hear | Meeting With a VaynerMedia Intern, 2017



I think that this is advice that every college student should hear… Chances are, if you’re graduating college soon or if you just graduated college recently, you are in a situation where you don’t know exactly what you want to do with your life. Frankly, that in itself isn’t an issue.. This issue comes in when so many of you are living your lives in fear because you want everything to be perfect in your first go so that you can appease the expectations of other people (your mom, your roommates, your uncle, etc.)… You need to understand that you have no choice and that so much of life is unknown in itself, so you need to start making binary decisions until you are in a position where you feel like you’re at your happiest.

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44 Replies to “Business Tips: Advice Every College Graduate Should Hear | Meeting With a VaynerMedia Intern, 2017”

  1. Find what makes you happy and what you would like to do the most. If you found it, realise that it is the best thing you can do (because it makes you happy the most). But then don't complain because what you do does not bring in as much money as other jobs do. Not everyone can be a doctor, of course if you have good marks you can be everything but a country needs good doctors and not people with good marks (I think you know what I mean). And not everyone can be a lawyer or a teacher…money is not the key, if it would be about the money, I would do some illegal stuff.

  2. Do you find your passion or does it find you? I agree in one important way with Gary, that your passion finds you. As entrepreneurs, we tend to be more honest with our selves and so become aware of the functioning of the universe/God, and that things always happen according to a plan, one that we could not have figured out. Yet that plan is deserved, to some extent, so we also have to make an effort, which will not necessarily lead directly to our eventual success, but will be key to it. I would say, find a cause, not a passion, as a cause is more selfless and passion tends to be inward/selfish. Good actions/intentions lead to good results, and vice versa. Hppe that helps someone out there.

  3. God bless, thanks gary. I don't watch too many of your videos but the little tidbits of advice I get that really resonate with me, I run with. Really greatful to have you post on here. <3

  4. I didn't understand the advice or missed it. I'll give an example of myself.

    I'm a recent engineering graduate and looking to start my own business in the next 1-3 years. Currently I work full-time for a commercial cleaning company and exercising my options of self-employment into the financial industry via marketing and distribution. I'm not exactly solid on the mission and vision of this MLM company as there is money to be made; it's HOW the money can be made that doesn't sit well. All the money in the world means nothing if my conscious, my good intentions, and spirit are at jeopardy being corrupted by the world. I know that I want to face my fears and problems instead of earning money to mask it meanwhile my reality is that I'm sinking in credit and education debt and fighting to get out of it.

    What will be my next step? Continue with the MLM and earn money on two fronts: recruiting for marketing via manipulation and earn my insurance/investment license? Or work on starting my own business, learn the ins and outs of how to run it, see the reality of paperwork and management. GARY!, WHAT SHOULD I DO??

  5. Wow, just had about the same convo with my Mom this morning. About to graduate Uni and don't have a clue what's to come. I even stretched my time at uni in a subconscious fear of the future. Because what I realized there was mainly that the academic world and writing essays and so on wasn't for me. Now I'm at the breaking point where it's either push through the final year that could have been last year, or fail and everything goes to shit. A difficult time when you keep losing focus and interest and therefore confidence in what you are doing. But yeah, don't overthink shit! Just do – things will always work out your way. That has always been kind of my motto and it needs to be again!

  6. I’ll never understand why ppl need Gary Vee to tell them this kind of stuff? No offense, but it’s because she’s white. I’m Hispanic and my parents have been through the struggle, just like Gary Vee’s parents. My mom came to this country dodging effing helicopters, bare foot for 4 days, no food, no money, and somehow made it here. And she’s scared of the “unknown” with a degree from penn state? Oh please lol. Keep it up Gary but these types of ppl need something you can’t provide. People like you and I Gary, know what struggle is. I’m the first of 30+ cousins to go to good university and graduate. I have my entire family’s legacy (11 aunts and 2 uncles) riding on me ; and can confidently say that the “unknown” got me to where I am at now. Keep it up Gary ; I never thought I would meet someone with literally the same exact mentality as me, and this was before I heard of you. I was always in my own lane and questioned it ; and now here I am. Thanks Gary.

  7. This video really spoke to me. I know what I want and I'm willing to go for it,​ even if it means failing. I have doubts that I will fail, but most people won't take the chance I'm taking so it empowers me. Thanks, Gary!

  8. Props to the girl having the courage to go and ask Gary those questions. A lot of young people her age wouldn’t even attempt to try and speak to Gary. Unfortunately, fear of failure is what they teach you in school. Failure is viewed as a negative trait. This girl is a product of the system and I truly wish the best for her. Good content

  9. A lot of people are going to say something like "well I've got a shit ton of loans!" Respect. I do too. But you can't let your debt stop your from pursuing your passions. Take that gig for experience and networking, find a good mentor, and save every penny you can to make your move. If really think student loans are an obstacle, give this a read https://bit.ly/2xlPFWx Hope it helps reduce your anxiety.

  10. I'm super scared about my life after graduation. I'm completely blank and I've no fucking idea about the decisions I must make in order to reach the peak. I'm ready to make it patiently (thanks gary) , but I don't even know the starting point. Im 20 years old. Anyone older than me, please give me some advices/hopes.

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