Business Tips: How the Top 1% of Entrepreneurs Lead Their Businesses to Success

Business Tips: How the Top 1% of Entrepreneurs Lead Their Businesses to Success

Awesome Tip: How the Top 1% of Entrepreneurs Lead Their Businesses to Success

So many business owners, CEOs, entrepreneurs, and business leaders are not prioritizing important parts of their business and are over-focused on the short term metrics. In this episode of the “GaryVee Audio Experience”, Gary sits down with David Rubenstein to take a deep dive into the world of leaders in business. They talk about the qualities of good leaders, what excellent leaders prioritize in a business that differs from other operators, the danger of overvaluing short-term metrics, and more. If you like this video be sure to hit the like button and subscribe to see more content like this… Enjoy!

David M. Rubenstein—author of The American Story, the visionary co-founder of The Carlyle Group, and host of Bloomberg TV’s The David Rubenstein Show—has long been fascinated with leadership.
What makes a great leader? Are leaders born or are they made? Does extraordinary leadership arise from personality, mental or physical skills, or the simple good fortune of being in the right place at the right time?
For the past five years, Rubenstein has conducted behind-the-scenes conversations with some of the highest performing leaders from the worlds of finance, tech, entertainment, sports, and government. Now, these conversations are distilled into an essential leadership playbook for our times: HOW TO LEAD: Wisdom from the World’s Greatest CEOs, Founders, and Game Changers.

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Gary Vaynerchuk is a serial entrepreneur and the Chairman of VaynerX, a modern day communications parent company, as well as the CEO and Co-Founder of VaynerMedia, a full-service digital agency servicing Fortune 500 clients across the company’s 4 locations.
Gary is a venture capitalist, 5-time New York Times bestselling author, and an early investor in companies such as Twitter, Tumblr, Venmo and Uber. He is currently the subject of WeeklyVee, an online documentary series highlighting what it’s like to be a CEO and public figure in today’s digital world. He is also the host of #AskGaryVee, a business and advice Q&A show online.

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40 Replies to “Business Tips: How the Top 1% of Entrepreneurs Lead Their Businesses to Success”

  1. if you love Gary Vee my channel can as well be good for you.I am a young entrepreneur with a small group of part-time employees. It hasnt been rosy but i love it .Sometimes i get dead depressed but i always try to be better..I DONT GIVE BUSINESS ADVICE BUT I DOCUMENT MY JOURNEY..MAYBE YOU CAN RELATE…Its not really about the money but life and fulfilment so there can be moments where people closest to me like my girlfriend ,friends and family will feature..


    Garry Vee always say its all about self awareness and in these series i try not to be the person am not so real situations ,challenges and solutions brought out are relatable and impartful

  2. This is a such inspirational interview and enjoy so much with the kindness and humility with openness. In today's world, we need more this type of sharing with facts, research, interaction rather than over the top of exaggeration. There are just too much information, and I am so happy that Gary has invited the author of the book "how to lead" (note: I am also surprise as Gary about this title is available for a book publish).

    One of the most impactful sharing from the video. (which I have re-listen several times)
    (1) Author's quick definition of what leadership is >> best leaders have failed and overcame. They recognize the lucky and know not too brilliant on themselves. They are willing to share credit, motivate others and have humility. They have integrity, and other people want to follow because great role model they are.
    (2) Gary's sharing on: candor is kindness.

    big thank you for doing this interview!!

  3. I've watched 2 interviews by Gary so far; this one and another with Tony Robbins. Seems like both of these videos have comments/feedback asking Gary to slow down and let the interviewee talk more. I don't know how much Gary reads these comments (I don't expect him to at this level; maybe someone on his team though?) but I wish he would. Would love to get to know these people more – we got plenty of other videos to know more about Gary.

  4. Shorter more concise questions in an interview are better for interviewees to answer to give their own experience. Interruptions will drain a person of their own excitement about their past experience and insights. I believe there are two interview styles and Gary is very used to giving his advice in the first type and less used to listening in the
    second type. I love and respect you Gary still want to see more interviews.

  5. Gary I appreciate the content you out for free to your subscribers. I understand that there was a limited time in this interview, but I would have appreciated more patience, which you state is important, when listening to your guest.

    Would have been nice for them to finish their points before you make yours. Just something to keep in mind. Bless

  6. Gary having Dave Rubenstein is a big indication of corporate America paying more and more attention to the alternative channels of marketing. Carlyle group literally just flipped Supreme New York for 2 billion dollars. Things are starting to look way different for Gary and his company. Big props to GaryVee and his Team!!!

  7. If you can find a Lebron 2019-20 Optic Fast Break Red in a high grade score it!!!! These cards are going to the moon and way past it. Lebron doesn't even have to do anything else, he could retire today and it wouldn't matter. These cards will be worth $25k inside 2 years.

  8. Gary, this is unwatchable. You're embarrassing yourself with your constant interruption of these luminaries. I actually stopped watching a year ago because of it and finally came back hoping that this had changed and it hasn't (other than your more liberal use of apologies for your constant interruptions). Got to stop. I think these interviews have almost started to become deleterious to your social capital.

  9. I am thinking about a new type of restaurants : eating-spots,
    in eating-spots, food keeps changing, chefs also rotate,
    this is opposed to current restaurants,
    thanks to this rotation of food and chefs, eating-spots are way more powerful than restaurants,
    along with that, there is an app,
    people vote for the food that will be cooked in the next days
    menu is influenced by the live input of the people via an app

  10. You’re G, you motivate me to share my story and grow my brand. From Canada, I’m First Nations and breaking cycles in my family and for my people. Snow shovelling everyday, I hope to be in a position to inspire my nieces & nephews. Learning leader, thank you helping me on my path.

  11. I love this guest, he's so relatable bc of his jewish parents telling him he can only be one of three things, but now he has met so many people and he's an inspiration! Gary Vaynerchuck- he's doing it right, he has all of our respect now

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