Business Tips: Everything Is Scary Before It Happens

Business Tips: Everything Is Scary Before It Happens

Awesome Tip: Everything Is Scary Before It Happens

In this podcast episode, Gary has Heather Monahan on and they get into a deep conversation around facing your fears and embracing change. There is a lot of value in this video around mindset, perspective, and actions you can take to combat the cynics in your life… Be sure to check all the comments for the timestamps of all the moments.

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Gary Vaynerchuk is the chairman of VaynerX, a modern-day media and communications holding company and the active CEO of VaynerMedia, a full-service advertising agency servicing Fortune 100 clients across the globe. He’s a sought out public speaker, a 5-time New York Times bestselling author, and an angel investor in companies like Facebook, Twitter, Tumblr, Venmo, and Uber.

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27 Replies to “Business Tips: Everything Is Scary Before It Happens”

  1. I used have strong aversion to rejection. But I feel that the more you are devoted to something, the less you are likely to be affected by rejection. I got the feeling in a recent training. I can tell the difference between when I was asking without doing enough homework and when I was asking after I made an extra effort. It's such a good feeling of "I'm working harder than anyone and failure doesn't taste as bitter." It's counterintuitive but it's what I really feel. I want to feel like this every day for the rest of my life.

  2. Hahah this is so funny, I used to work as Sales executive at Hotel industry and everytime the called me to the general manager office, I was so happy because I knew they had a project that they could solve how to get, and my job was to closed that deal; I did on all of them, but ones they called me for something different, the CFO didn't want to pay my commissions from my best client. Anyway I didn't get fired but I resigned a couple of months later. After that I had the worse financial year of my life but push me to get into online business. Now I look back and I feel so proud of try my best and move away as the new perspective is way way bigger than it was 5 years ago when I had that experience… Thanks for the content heather and gary!!

  3. Uau, love the stories, love her vibe & authenticity, she is sexy! Fuck the dresses! The whole thing of going public a lot more I see as what we call accelerated succession in Permaculture Design. Fast track iteration. Produce, get feedback, ajust, produce again, get feedback, tweak, and so on. Until you get a master at it. Going silent on the interior, Knowing your worth and owning you shit are the fucking KEY. Do you meditate Gary? When you think about the worst case scenarios, do you think about the best possible outcomes aswell? I feel like I grew up in the Zoo, (using your analogy) and have been adventuring myself into the Wild a lot more. Much Love to both of you /

  4. So true! I finally realized my fears have been holding me back and because of that, I was making excuses to why I couldn’t get ish done! Now I’m like if I don’t do it the regret will be worse than my fears.

  5. Yup, Saks pays via ‘draw vs commission’ which is an unfortunately legal pay structure that allows for companies to pay employees only in commission. If you don’t make enough commission they give you a ‘draw’ which you have to pay back to the company from your future commission.

  6. Instead of “judge the judger” how about having compassion for the judger which in turn is having compassion for yourself? If you lead with compassion with yourself it reflects in your relationships with others. When you focus on judgement you cause and create more judgement.

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