Gary Vee Q&A From The Viral Video Launch Party - Part 1

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what’s up everybody’s russell brunson
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welcome to marketing secrets next two
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episodes i’ve got some exciting things
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for you as you know we just got done
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with our viral video launch event which
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turned out amazing
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and our keynote speaker was gary
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vaynerchuck and in his contract he said
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we are not allowed to stream well nor
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share his presentation but they did the
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presentation and he messaged me after
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and said that was probably one of the
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best presentations I’ve ever given and I
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was like sweet man can I promote it on
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the podcast and he was like you know
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what go for it so that is what’s
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happening so we actually have his
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presentation now the first like 15-20
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minutes his presentation he kind of just
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ramble a little bit didn’t really have I
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think he was trying to figure out what
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you want to talk about and then he
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switched to Q&A; for next like hour and a
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half and Gary zucchini QA and it’s
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really really good so what I’m gonna do
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is we pulled out the Q&A; and so I’m
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gonna to 45 minute episodes here for you
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but for all of you my fans and followers
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people who listen to me you know that I
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keep my podcasts nice and clean out
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swear curse or anything Gary does a lot
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so I had my brother go through and beep
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out all the bad words so hopefully
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they’ll still be PG rated for all of the
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kids at home and that’s kind of game
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plan so hopefully enjoy this episode the
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podcast appreciate you all and have fun
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listening to Gary so the big question is
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this power arch Brewers like us who
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didn’t cheat and take on venture capital
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we’re spending money from our own
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pockets how do we mark it in a way the
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left Hoss get our products and our
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services and the things that we believe
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in out of the world and yet still remain
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profitable that is the question and this
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podcast will give you the answers my
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name is Russell Brunson and welcome to
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marketing success
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[Music]
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what’s up Gary Eric thanks for being
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here thanks mom
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my question is I know you you say that
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it’s gonna end all with robots killing
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everybody I hope so
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but until then yes what role do you
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think AI artificial intelligence and
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robots have trying are going to have in
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the next five years in the marketing and
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digital marketing space huge even in the
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15 minutes that I’ve gotten a better
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taste of what these characters are up to
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they’re gonna love it like the math
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people are gonna love it because machine
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learning and AI just do that we
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shouldn’t be doing like it’s just
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efficiency it’s gonna have an enormous
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thing like but the good news is like
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there’s so much that we still can do and
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so basically how I think about you know
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ml and AI back at the pad is get me the
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third and a half base and I’ll take care
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of the rest
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and whatever AI can do for that cool and
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whatever low priced employees can do
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cool but like everybody is spending way
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too much money to get the third and a
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half base and then the magic is the last
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part so that’s what AI is gonna mean for
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everybody here there’s a lot of dumb
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that people have assistance for or
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managers for that’s nonsense zero value
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that the biggest say I companies in the
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world are gonna get their nut off on hey
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hey it’s so it’s really exciting to be
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here in this room with you and everyone
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here this is awesome appreciate it yeah
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I’m really experiences that help people
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save time yeah awesome I’m really
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interested in experiences that are
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time-bending
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and how people just lose time and I’m
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interested in creating the most hardcore
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drugs no no no so here we go the world’s
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most connective music festival okay all
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right we’re festival goers are
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connecting with each other like never
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before
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yep and with the artists and the artists
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with their fans okay and so in 2021 we
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are now I’m talking about on the mixed
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reality so 2021 good music festivals
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connection the best time of people’s
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lives what do you see happening in the
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context of music festivals that you’re
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excited about and that you’re excited
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about creating so
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if I dissect that right couple things
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one thing I’m super fascinated by that I
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would have never seen by the way I never
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spend any time predicting like like
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voice not predicting that’s happening
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right what I think I’m good at is like
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recognizing winners when it’s practical
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and then going pot committed right which
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means you’ll lose money for a couple
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years and then get it you don’t lose for
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seven years and never get there the
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thing that’s been super fascinating to
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me that I would never thought which is
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social media is making people do more in
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real life like literally some dude is
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hiking right now just for the Instagram
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photo right so so what’s been amazing
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about music festivals is because
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everybody here now is not only
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themselves but they’re the PR agent of
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themselves for what they’re putting out
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people are going to more concerts than
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ever because of that whole dynamic I
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think what you’re alluding to is kind of
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like what’s gonna happen in society like
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in general like mixed reality things of
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that nature it’s you know it’s gonna be
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funny
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technology’s making music you know going
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to music grow and then it’s gonna take
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it away but I don’t think it’s as soon
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as 2021 but I think that right now a lot
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of music festivals are failing because
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they all have the same backs and it’s
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just supply and demand and so when you
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were first four or five six years ago
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you win and now there’s 87 micro
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festivals and big companies signed the
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same 13 artists and so I think there’s a
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huge white space for the next generation
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of that like the people that the streets
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quit right and then and then I think
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that ultimately it’s gonna be really
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interested in just in general what
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happens when we lived in a mixed reality
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world I didn’t the big arbitrage the
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only thing that’s gonna break the
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internet is VR but VRS quite a ways away
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like nobody here spends an hour on VR in
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a month in real life so we’re a long
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like it takes time behavior takes time
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but eventually when we’re switching
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between completely virtual like I don’t
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even see you guys right now my contact
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lenses have me in Afghanistan switch it
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off I’m right here switch it off and
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it’s AR and Santa Claus is sitting right
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there you know
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you know that world I think is super
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interesting and it’s gonna change all
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our businesses thanks man
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cool yep hey Shawn Gary you just came
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back from August and you said I’m
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bringing YouTube fire new shows are
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coming out and you took baskerviiie show
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to Facebook only I did so what are your
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latest strategies and why for both
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YouTube and Facebook I think you have to
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make content that is native to the
06:32
platform you put it out on I’ve always
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thought about that I wrote a book called
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Jab Jib Jab right hook 5 years ago on
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this I wasn’t doing that so now that
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askgaryvee show is on facebook watch and
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the dailyvee is on YouTube
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Wendy Rock is where D Rock okay you know
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now I could say what’s up YouTube
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whereas I couldn’t do that before and
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those little nuances matter in you know
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all the action is in those little edges
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and so I broke them up mainly because of
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facebook video now that there’s watch
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I’m fascinated any of you watch a show
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yet on Facebook watch just raise your
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hands just curious higher right so this
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intrigues me like everybody you’re asked
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to watch one not because like I don’t
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want I’m not I watched one the Lavar the
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ball family because I just want to see
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they’re doing like to me this is the
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most interesting thing that I’m doing
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that the good market isn’t you’ve got to
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taste everything like if you want to win
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and there’s no way you’re Boise Idaho if
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you don’t want to win right now
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no I mean that like like like when I
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think about who’s here I’m like these
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people are hungry so like to me 19 hands
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which means maybe 31 because people get
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shy to two weeks into Facebook watch
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that haven’t watched that’s that’s
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that’s it that’s that’s where I play
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that’s my margin so that’s why I did it
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because I wanted to make them native I
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have two active shows I needed to do
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something on Facebook and because I
08:09
watched face actually tell you it’s not
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fully announced yet but we’ll see how
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this goes because I watched watch and I
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watched it for four you know kind of
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like four days in a row looked I
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understood what they were doing so I
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sent them an email I pitched them a show
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and they bought it right so now I’ll
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have it kind of anybody can put a show
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on Facebook right like a page a watch
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page which everybody should be doing
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here I’ll have my youtube you know show
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and now I’m gonna have a produced by
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Facebook show that’s gonna get big thing
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even more listen man I talk and like do
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in and hustle and all this I just like I
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do so much more than I talk which is
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crazy because my mouth is always running
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but I’m just doing I’m doing doing doing
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cuz I’m tasting I’m tasting I never
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think I’m fancy so many people in here I
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know you like so many people here make
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it a little bit get fancy stop stop
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doing that got them there that’s the
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minute you’re dead got it
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hey Marshall I have a question is yeah I
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there’s a guy I fall in line you might
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have heard of him his name is Gary
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Vaynerchuk yes he told me to push all in
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on whatever it is that you’re good at
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yes I’m making this big push as Marshall
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live I’m going to everything live like
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straight to ask me questions I love that
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aspect of your brand so the question is
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of everything’s moving to voice is
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live-streaming podcasts going to be end
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up being bigger than say iTunes are
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recording that you can come back to so
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first of all you said something
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interesting that we all do if everything
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is moving to voice nothing moves nothing
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is everything like we will always have
09:52
the written word you could have them do
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you know much by reality there is
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through long form written Facebook and
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Instagram posts like if you sit in here
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and you can write write long posts on
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Facebook and Instagram and watch the
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cabins we are humans we’ve been around a
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long time bro Marshall written word
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audio/video is locked in got it so it’s
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not like you’re gonna lose it like if
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you’re great at smoke signals up there
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you know like you know like
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communication doesn’t change the the
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pillars of communication are set where
10:32
we communicate changes right and then
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you have to be contextual right
10:38
some people are incredible at making a
10:40
six-second video I keep looking at him
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because it’s fun to see him haven’t seen
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in a while others aren’t like I can’t
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put two consensus together in my life I
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have five New York Times bestselling
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books because I have a ghostwriter
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because I didn’t try to become a great
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writer when the blogging thing happened
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because I’ve been on my strengths and so
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I do believe that everybody here should
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bet on their strengths and surround
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themselves with their weaknesses I
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actually think back to earlier question
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I think AI and machine learning is gonna
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help a lot of us in here who are
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creative close the gap on a lot of our
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weaknesses which is gonna be really
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awesome you got it yo yep it’s Kevin
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yeah I think a lot of people in here
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using clickfunnels or not have kind of
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Cummins
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a lot more money than maybe they’ve ever
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been used to making okay um and in one
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of your previous sentences you said yeah
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you only care about money and all of a
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sudden you’re 47 but then you didn’t
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finish your sentence I was hoping that
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like here you elaborate on yeah I you
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know for I’m sure a lot of people here
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real who let’s say have come into money
11:48
it’s not as great as advertised for a
11:51
lot of people some people love it they
11:52
like watches and Lambos and house isn’t
11:55
that rad like Mazel Tov you know other
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people don’t and you start questioning
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what the right because when you’re when
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you’ve got nothing and you’re on the
12:06
come up and you’ve got numbers in your
12:08
head whether it’s a million or five or
12:09
three or whatever it is it’s an empty
12:13
when you get there for a lot of people
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and so you know I’m just I’m just trying
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to make sure people are being thoughtful
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they’re just much like what I just said
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the marshal like life is pretty simple
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like people play on legacy on family on
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money like there’s just a couple pillars
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I just think in our space right now you
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know I know a lot of you have heard me
12:30
rant on this I do think entrepreneurship
12:32
has taken a turn towards club promotion
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like you know and like that’s just
12:37
dangerous not it’s just dangerous for
12:40
the people that it’s not Donald it’s
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it’s dangerous because people don’t
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realize they need to build a business
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not a perception that they’re good at
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business
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[Applause]
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because nobody’s you know when the
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market crashes nobody’s going to Vegas
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with you when you work at Bank of
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America you know I’m just trying to get
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people to be more thoughtful sure hey
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man how you doing I’m super well so
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Russell and you or two last year I was
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selling websites was getting really
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frustrated yeah I wasn’t helping people
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felt like they weren’t growing their
13:21
sales but they had a really nice site so
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you guys inspired me to start a podcast
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awesome
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didn’t know exactly what for but just
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those guys are doing it I will too more
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along the lines of us listening to a
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podcast in the gym host ask the other
13:35
guy what would you tell your 20 year old
13:36
self and the guy answered I would
13:38
divorce my wife earlier I was super
13:42
pissed off I’m married with two young
13:43
kids and wanted to have a podcast from a
13:46
different perspective and so year later
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then got two weeks ago I got to publish
13:51
my interview with Russell I’ve had Dean
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grazi OC and so my question is number
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one is how do you grow even further and
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number two is not just for me but
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anybody starting or in progress what
14:04
should your priorities be so let’s sit
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here
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you know both both of those things I
14:09
can’t answer because you need to decide
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you know what first so you have to
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define growing for me is growing being a
14:16
top 50 podcast I mean like we all get
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into our micro games and by the way I
14:19
think micro games are good you know a
14:21
little short goals micro it’s kind of
14:23
good you scratch it it’s fun for a
14:24
little bit I think you got to have your
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macro point of view like if you were if
14:29
you’re telling me the truth that you
14:31
felt like the conversations were going
14:33
in the wrong directions and you want it
14:34
to go a different place well the answer
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to your question is just do it every day
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until you’re dead right like that’s my
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plan my plan is you know hopefully it
14:44
gets me to like this one little funny
14:45
weird thing that I want to buy a
14:47
football team but other than that my
14:49
plan is to put out a free that is
14:51
historically correct so that people so I
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can continue to live the life I’m living
14:55
which is I made the money I wanted to
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make a long time ago but getting 50 60
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70 emails 80 emails a day of people like
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you helped me like that’s just like
15:05
intoxicating but that’s what gets me off
15:07
tonight and by the way
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I’m not sure that like you know like I
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understand why that wouldn’t be
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meaningful to somebody else like so you
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just have to do what you have to do for
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yourself
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right like that’s how you grow by
15:19
consistency you know you grow by you’re
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a year in you grow when you’re 19 years
15:26
into your podcast more specifically in
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terms of actual numbers yes taking the
15:30
what you’ve done and now like
15:32
specifically on the number aspect of it
15:34
what do you recommend in terms of taking
15:36
your platform and kind of skyrocketing
15:38
numbers by underpriced attention whether
15:43
that’s buying ads on Facebook and
15:46
snapchat right now cuz they’re under
15:47
priced if that’s working with
15:49
influencers because many are still under
15:52
priced whether that’s taking the high
15:55
risk of trying to make a 10 to $50,000
15:58
version of what you just saw their
15:59
incredible video because that one video
16:01
can be your Dollar Shave Club of your
16:03
brand saying yes to everything like if
16:07
you want it if you’re hungry you do what
16:10
I did which is four years ago when I
16:13
didn’t jump into podcasting right away
16:14
the first two years I just went on
16:16
everyone’s and so I could have went to
16:19
sleep at 11:00 p.m. or I could have went
16:21
on Lois houses podcast 11:00 p.m. like
16:23
that was a decision it’s just about
16:25
awareness
16:26
like where are the eyeballs and so just
16:30
put your time and effort into that some
16:33
of its freeing some of it costs money
16:35
you got it
16:37
hey Kay my first time seeing you your
16:41
honesty is so beautiful and it’s just
16:43
wonderful listening to appreciate me
16:45
someone’s trying to like build a brand
16:47
yeah you don’t get a podcast and get
16:48
more to Facebook and all the other
16:50
things to Bernal yeah what kind of some
16:52
tips you have for building like a
16:53
powerhouse team around you to help you
16:55
accomplish all these things first it has
16:56
to be practice to stay here first has to
16:58
be practical so some people and your can
17:00
afford people other people can’t so they
17:03
either have to learn how to do it
17:04
themselves by spending hours looking at
17:07
YouTube videos on how to or read or
17:09
finding people like we’re an incredible
17:12
gyro right now there are so many kids 14
17:15
to 21 that want to be creators and think
17:17
it’s cool to like do it for free but you
17:20
know so you just
17:21
to test and learn everybody’s guys
17:24
everybody’s overthinking just do like I
17:28
don’t know post right now like literally
17:29
right now as soon as you sit down like
17:30
go on whatever platform has the most go
17:33
on all of them be like I’m looking for a
17:34
video and audio in turn and see what
17:37
happens like again I always tell people
17:40
watch what I do not what I say like you
17:42
I know a lot of you know there’s good
17:43
amount of people I see here that follow
17:44
me like randomly out of nope I can tweet
17:47
it today does anybody make customizable
17:49
retail floor mats and you did I needed I
17:55
need like like you do good do you do
18:00
them for free in exchange for some
18:01
awareness you know so you know like like
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I would ask and then try somebody and be
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like you know like the amount of people
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I’ve hired when it was early in
18:12
something and I didn’t know if they were
18:13
good or bad I just thought it was much
18:15
smarter to just do it and then figure it
18:18
out if it was working and I’m like they
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sucked
18:21
I’m just not scared to waste money or
18:23
time and everybody’s petrified because
18:26
you worry about what other people think
18:27
about you that’s why if you’re curious
18:30
that’s the answer that’s that’s the
18:35
answer every like your answers so easy
18:38
how do you pull the team hire some
18:39
people bro
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right but it’s like you know but you’re
18:47
like but I don’t understand like people
18:48
are scared to get had cuz they don’t get
18:50
it okay
18:51
put it a lot of time to learn the craft
18:53
or bring someone in and watch what
18:56
they’re doing carefully instead of like
18:57
outsourcing it and falling asleep
18:59
because you’re all passive income and I
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got a team doing not stupid got it
19:07
Thanks
19:07
yeah hey Gary J my name is Jay and I run
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the inner changemaker podcast and I want
19:17
to ask a question that goes a little
19:18
deeper with what you’re saying in terms
19:20
of sound and you’re watching what you do
19:21
sure we’ve noticed that you know you’ve
19:24
launched a couple other podcasts is
19:26
outside of askgaryvee and within that
19:28
within my experience being like the
19:30
brown paper bags and that is kind of
19:32
like the sixty-five daily so it the 365
19:35
and alexis skill write a briefing excuse
19:38
me
19:39
so I’ve been doing sub branding in my
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podcast yeah because I’m testing to see
19:44
if there’s traction and I’ll spin them
19:46
out and creates new pillars okay so I
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guess my real question is for content
19:52
creators yes started on like one
19:54
platform for example I started an
19:56
interview based show right there’s kind
19:58
of like yes you know Q&A; show yes if you
20:02
kind of have that urge to kind of branch
20:04
out do it within the interview show
20:05
because you have audience there yeah
20:07
don’t worry that you may lose a couple
20:09
people like right now as I’m sure
20:11
everybody has seen for two strategic
20:13
reasons out of nowhere I’m talking a lot
20:15
more than I should be about wine right
20:17
I’m running it for a reason there is no
20:20
question that there’s people unfollowing
20:22
me because like yo bro I came here to
20:24
get pumped up because I have no juice
20:26
are you trying to sell me actual juice
20:28
right like like so so but I don’t give
20:33
up because I’m playing I’m playing up
20:34
like a macro game like I don’t want to
20:37
lose people from it I’m sad I don’t want
20:39
to I don’t want to disrespect your
20:40
attention and and know what you came for
20:43
but I need to test something right and
20:45
this is what I have and so I think it’s
20:46
better off for you to like try it
20:48
because one you may hit paydirt
20:50
mmm you know one thing a lot of people
20:52
don’t realize is your numbers look good
20:54
but they’re disguise
20:56
the fact that you’ve plateaued and
20:57
you’re tired and so I think you try it
21:01
within it and you take the risk of a
21:03
little decline for enormous upside
21:05
because you can always go back right
21:08
instead of starting a whole new thing
21:10
that’s gonna take energy got it got it
21:12
cool appreciate it welcome what I like
21:16
your hat bro thank you appreciate that
21:17
my name is Prince
21:19
I want a company called art of visuals
21:20
we have over a million content creators
21:22
in 122 countries you said something
21:25
earlier about everyone 1422 wants to be
21:29
a content creator I absolutely agree
21:31
with that and have a tons of those
21:32
people in my community the problem is
21:34
with there being so many content
21:37
creators now how do these content
21:40
creators how do they create a business
21:42
how do they make money when but you have
21:44
thousands of people doing it for free is
21:46
everything being better go yeah it’s you
21:51
know it guys it’s supply and demand and
21:54
then once there’s too much supply you
21:57
have to be the best and just move on to
22:00
the next thing
22:01
like I bought all the Google AdWords of
22:03
every wine term for five cents a click
22:05
the day it started that was good
22:07
then everybody jumped on they started
22:09
becoming two and three and four dollar
22:10
words and became different then I had to
22:12
be better than I’d be more crafty than I
22:14
had a than what I started doing is the
22:15
day the Wine Spectator would come out
22:17
with good scores we would buy that exact
22:18
wine that exact vintage that became our
22:20
new arbitrage for a year or two before
22:22
everybody caught up when a markets
22:26
mature you’ve got to be better do you
22:30
think it’s good enough just to be a
22:31
content creator do you think those
22:32
content creators need to also have
22:34
products and other things that they’re
22:36
pushing as well if you’re Steven
22:38
Spielberg you probably could end up just
22:40
being a content creator but if you’re
22:42
like Sal you know maybe you’ve got to
22:45
consider other revenue streams you know
22:48
it’s just very basic business supply and
22:51
demand prince right four years ago there
22:54
are people that land grabbed they were
22:55
good and they were first it’s just real
22:58
estate if you were the people that
23:00
bought Malibu beachfront property first
23:02
you won right boys you won you made
23:07
money but
23:08
there’s a reason you were the first it
23:10
wasn’t Malibu yet Prince and now people
23:16
buy Malibu beachfront properties they’re
23:18
just better so all those kids that like
23:23
they’re gonna aspire to be the next this
23:25
they’ve got a rude awakening they to be
23:27
the next this you’ve got to be five
23:29
times better its evolution when people
23:32
debate these athletes versus other jet
23:34
these athletes would destroy every
23:36
athlete from other generations because
23:39
they work out 24/7 now they have data
23:42
now you know like it hurts my feelings
23:44
to that my childhood kid they would get
23:46
destroyed LeBron would step on people’s
23:50
heads in the eighties like people don’t
23:54
get it it’s just evolution cool thank
23:57
you
23:57
you got it great hat thanks man I don’t
24:03
really have asked for you have listened
24:05
to us
24:06
I mean I’ve watched your stuff a ton
24:07
thanks Jeff I just want to say thank you
24:10
for giving me permission to pursue my
24:13
passion and and now do what I love
24:15
everyday and spend time with my family
24:18
and make things and I I’d be remiss if I
24:22
didn’t say thank you because I don’t
24:24
know if I’ll ever see you if you ever
24:25
want to play bubble hockey I’ll destroy
24:27
you
24:28
I know you say this I know these late
24:34
well first of all I live here there’s a
24:36
spot right this is Street I can take you
24:38
to play listen listen that’s gonna
24:41
happen now I’m a winner in Boise Idaho
24:43
it’s so crazy you see you’re funny
24:45
you’re smart you know me you know that
24:47
now I’m getting click now I’m blacked
24:49
out and want to destroy your face but
24:52
the only you know what’s more
24:53
interesting though your Whalers had his
24:55
me up because I’m like I’m like maybe
24:58
he’s got a Hartford Whalers hat this
24:59
team hasn’t been in the league for 20
25:01
years he probably is awesome at bubble
25:03
hockey
25:04
I’m gonna do something for real based on
25:07
what you just said I want you to come to
25:08
vaynermedia for a day I’ll pay for your
25:10
flight in the hotel and during and and
25:14
during that day will play bubble hockey
25:17
and we’ll see what’s up
25:21
[Applause]
25:29
I first want to say thank you to both
25:30
you and Russell you two are kind of like
25:33
the Jesus of marketing and branding I
25:35
come off a bordo low country Dominican
25:38
Republic and it wasn’t for you two I
25:40
wouldn’t be here so I just want to say
25:41
thank you so my question right now is
25:43
like what are you doing in other
25:46
languages because right now like my main
25:47
language is in Spanish and I see like a
25:49
blue ocean Russell is always talking
25:51
about blue ocean he’s right and other
25:53
languages ridiculous the blue ocean that
25:55
there is marketing Fitness whatever you
25:57
name it the oceans blue so I want to
25:59
know why are you doing cuz I’m going
26:01
balls deep into so what I’ve been doing
26:05
over the last six months I’ve poured an
26:07
ungodly amount of money into
26:08
infrastructure to transcribe all my
26:09
content into a ton of languages and paid
26:12
distribution in them I’m spending on
26:14
going to Singapore which is my second
26:17
trip to Asia in the last three months
26:19
going to Manly mainland China and
26:21
genuine going to India and federal
26:23
spending an enormous amount of time and
26:26
I’ll spend millions of dollars next year
26:28
just on the transcription distribution
26:31
of the content that I’m natively making
26:33
in America in the English language so a
26:36
solid amount okay I feel like
26:39
influencers influence marketing other
26:41
language like it’s cheap in English in
26:42
Spanish is pennies on the buck so it’s
26:45
super creamy you know again because I
26:47
just can’t cuz I missed so I haven’t see
26:49
like I remember when Jerome and I I was
26:51
like Jerome you need to go and figure
26:52
out who the influencers are in Mexico
26:54
because they’re like like even in music
26:57
right now there’s so many like I’m
26:59
spending a lot maybe you guys are paying
27:00
attention cuz I love hip-hop I’m
27:01
spending more time with these artists
27:03
like I keep telling them you know like
27:05
you need to go down to South America
27:07
there’s so many artists there that are
27:09
really popping you have the leverage
27:11
because the brand of America I mean
27:13
they’re much bigger artists than you but
27:14
your America so you’re automatically
27:17
bigger than them
27:18
yeah I mean it’s very I totally agree
27:20
well thank you you got it good luck Gary
27:28
Kaela Maddox’s dad I want to thank you
27:30
personally for your your impact in his
27:33
life between you and Russell Brunson
27:34
seriously I mean coming from a dad I
27:37
there’s no way I can repay you just that
27:40
the character that you’ve taught him so
27:42
I thank you for that
27:43
I have two-part question one you gave
27:45
him some advice last time you’re with
27:47
him about patience I hear you talk about
27:49
that a lot and I want to know is the dad
27:51
you know can you expound a little bit
27:54
more on that and then the I’ll wait to
27:55
answer that have one more part about
27:57
that right so you know it’s super fun
27:58
for some of us in the space we’re
27:59
literally watching your son grow up and
28:01
I mean I just saw him like dude yeah you
28:04
don’t look 14 anymore you know like you
28:06
know so you’re and now he’s hanging
28:08
around with all these faces so he’s
28:09
gonna get into trouble right like like
28:11
he’s like patience is important because
28:14
you know he’s got more swag now his
28:16
sneaker game is stronger like he’s going
28:18
into that time of his life where dumb
28:20
decisions are gonna be made because he’s
28:22
making decisions to make short-term cash
28:25
because he’s trying to arbitrage it for
28:26
other things in his life like why do i
28:29
preach patience because it’s the only
28:31
thing that keeps people away from being
28:32
straight that’s good thanks all right so
28:38
what did your dad do you know you talked
28:40
about he I didn’t have my dad in my life
28:42
like I mean luckily still have my dad my
28:44
I didn’t know what that until I started
28:46
working in a liquor store like my dad
28:48
left before I woke up and came home
28:50
after I slept like as my fact it’s
28:51
probably funny how I feel about you guys
28:53
it’s fun to watch you know because I
28:55
didn’t have that you know but when my
28:56
dad did do for me ironically is because
29:00
I have that kind of salesmanship and
29:02
charisma
29:02
I was completely fully like I would be
29:06
everything I make fun of subtly I would
29:10
be if it wasn’t for my dad cuz at 1415 I
29:13
went to that liquor store and you would
29:15
walk into what was called shoppers
29:16
discount liquors back there I was 14
29:18
years old I look 9 you’d walk in and be
29:21
like do you have this product and I’ve
29:23
been like yeah that we had because I was
29:24
already full sales kid I’m like we have
29:26
that product but I knew we made more
29:27
money on this one I was like but this
29:29
one’s better I
29:30
it was phenomenon 14 people like you had
29:34
it like dance my dad swore I taste
29:36
I mean I don’t think I took about make
29:38
up I don’t think I said a real thing
29:40
once and and so my dad took me and he
29:45
taught me that my dad thinks
29:47
embellishing is straight lying and he
29:50
suffocated me over a three-year period
29:52
that really changed the course of my
29:54
life and I think a lot of my success
29:57
comes from I have all the skill sets of
30:00
that character but between being you
30:04
know old country and really really my
30:07
dad really not allowing me to be that
30:09
guy
30:10
so that’s what he did for me and I think
30:12
that’s what you if you know as a dad you
30:14
need to just keep watching him evolve
30:16
and when he goes into territories that
30:18
you think are historically incorrect not
30:21
new ideas and doing you know
30:23
tried-and-true human blood
30:25
dynamics that win and lose that’s how
30:28
you try to guide it yeah one more if you
30:30
don’t mind I’m sure a lot of these
30:31
people probably have kids as well so
30:34
like your dad was a powerful businessman
30:35
and you you had a lot of ideas and
30:37
passion as a young age what did he do to
30:40
not like how did he how did you guys
30:42
balance that was that decision of him
30:44
making you stop sell baseball cards to
30:47
come work in the liquor store was that
30:49
the right decision would you do that for
30:50
your kids I’m only asking out of
30:52
curiosity because when I hear that I’m
30:54
just very curious it’s a tricky one man
30:56
first of all we were too insular family
30:57
were an immigrant family we didn’t know
30:59
there was no internet like we didn’t
31:01
know anything like like we literally
31:03
just thought when you turn 14 you go
31:04
work at the store we were merchants like
31:06
right like you know people like that you
31:09
know that cliche story just what it was
31:10
I’m just is my 14th birthday it was time
31:13
you know my d’s and f’s in school
31:14
weren’t helping me with any compelling
31:16
reason that i could get out of it so you
31:20
know as far as how we did it we fought
31:23
tooth and I thought for every inch I had
31:26
and then I got lucky what happened was
31:28
when I came from college my dad had
31:31
saved up a lot of money through these
31:32
years and started building a dream house
31:34
for him and my mom and he took that year
31:36
off that was and he was just not around
31:38
and that year I took the business from 3
31:40
to 10 million dollars in sales and that
31:42
was the end of the
31:43
be awesome thank you man
31:49
thanks mother hi hi my name is Sarah hi
31:53
Sarah I’m really enjoy her speech so
31:55
thank you um I was wondering in
31:58
retrospect you’ve built a brand around
32:01
yourself in your niche um is that what
32:04
you would recommend looking forward or
32:06
rather more of a brand around a brand I
32:09
think you I think you have to do both if
32:11
you’re gonna build it around yourself
32:13
because what you’re alluding to is you
32:14
can get pigeonholed and you live and die
32:16
by the person I think a lot of people
32:18
forget with me I built Wine Library
32:20
first Gary Vee came later so it’s not
32:25
like I went to Caleb ralpher say yeah I
32:27
didn’t come up the game as me and so I
32:30
know how to build not like like I’m
32:33
serious like it’s a little bit up now I
32:35
don’t think I could pull it off but I
32:36
kind of want to actually you just
32:38
inspired me Sarah I’m literally gonna
32:39
build a 25 million dollar business in
32:42
the next three years that nobody knows
32:43
is mine just to remind everybody for
32:46
myself because I’m weird like that and I
32:48
need it like that I build businesses now
32:51
let me promise everybody in this room
32:54
one thing fame is the number-one
32:56
arbitrage in our society fame is not
33:02
snapchat ads not being the first result
33:05
on Google Fame full brand awareness is
33:10
the number one arbitrage so I’ve built
33:13
my brand as a biz dev machine sure well
33:20
I’m glad I can inspire you
33:22
[Music]
33:25
and it let me know if you need a goalie
33:29
god
33:30
I might even got a whaler sad I’m scared
33:32
awesome
33:35
hi Gary
33:36
hey Rachel oh you have a nametag I got
33:40
so excited I’m Rachel wow that was like
33:45
cool for a second then it wasn’t so I’m
33:48
the mom of two young daughters they’ve
33:51
got a third on the way and it’s awesome
33:53
being a parent is obviously quite
33:55
challenging an entrepreneur you talk a
33:58
lot about what you were taught through
34:00
entrepreneurship through your dad’s
34:01
mistakes and successes and you’ve had a
34:05
lot of success as an entrepreneur so for
34:07
your you have two kids right I do what
34:09
are the three main things that you hope
34:11
that they get out of life and how are
34:14
you going to instill those three
34:15
principles into them the biggest reason
34:18
I’m obsessed with entrepreneurship is
34:20
it’s the clearest thing and most obvious
34:22
thing to me that allows you to do the
34:25
following which is do what you want to
34:27
do today right
34:30
like being like waking up and being able
34:32
to do whatever you want to do is
34:34
incredible so the only thing that I want
34:37
for my kids like from that standpoint is
34:39
the ability to do what they want to do
34:41
every day now
34:43
what scares me about that is they’re
34:46
probably gonna have that no matter what
34:49
because they’re gonna inherent extreme
34:52
wealth so much so that I’ve really been
34:54
having feelings I used to make fun of
34:55
Warren Buffett and Bill Gates am I
34:58
headed like you’re gonna donate 99% of
35:01
your money until you know it’s funny you
35:03
talk until you live right now I’m like I
35:06
don’t want to give these kids that like
35:10
because because rich kids have a huge
35:14
disadvantage because when I wanted Sega
35:17
Genesis in 1989 my mom is like cool go
35:19
get it right you know like when I you
35:23
know when I wanted to go to a Knicks
35:24
game
35:25
I had to sell baseball cards and sit in
35:27
the you know like the top row
35:30
Carmelo’s coming over my hand
35:31
house to play with Xander like it’s
35:33
stopped so I I don’t know what but here
35:40
are the things I give a number one more
35:42
than anything and I will kill them
35:45
murder go to jail they have to be kind
35:48
kindness is the most important number
35:52
two if I ever see them even inkling even
35:55
a innuendo even a subtle little joke of
35:58
imposing my and my wife’s wealth on
36:01
somebody else because they think they’re
36:04
part of that I’ll break their neck and
36:08
then number three I will not raise them
36:11
in the political correct environment we
36:13
live in now they know there is no such
36:16
thing as fourth place trophies or
36:18
participation prizes
36:21
[Applause]
36:26
now if they want to be nonprofit you
36:30
know look they’re gonna look at daddy’s
36:31
Mountain I’m gonna be like that or they
36:33
maybe do what I do you know my dad’s
36:35
things seem big mine’s gonna be a hell
36:37
of a lot bigger but like other people
36:39
have made it bigger than me and kids
36:40
have done this they’re gonna look at
36:41
that and they’re gonna say that I’m
36:43
going the other way
36:44
I’m building schools in Afghanistan or
36:47
gonna be like and I’m gonna climb that
36:49
mountain I’m gonna stick it to big
36:51
mouths
36:51
I don’t care I don’t need my kids to be
36:55
entrepreneurs I just need them to be as
36:56
lucky as like my mom I got these in F’s
36:59
every immigrant got good grades in the
37:01
80s there’s a couple of people a little
37:02
older here
37:03
there was no entrepreneurship school
37:05
good school that was it my mom spit spit
37:10
in the faces of all those parents that
37:12
made fun of my D’s and F’s and gave me
37:14
air cover to be me and it really worked
37:18
out not only for me but the world became
37:21
it right if my kids want to paint in
37:25
tomato sauce I will back them to the
37:29
Earth’s end as long as that’s really why
37:32
they’re doing it not because they’re
37:34
doing something to like run away from so
37:36
there’s a manager so just blind support
37:38
as long as they’re kind and the last
37:42
thing I wanted to say is I’m gonna buy
37:44
the Minnesota Vikings so I’ll see you
37:47
Super Bowl the owners club no no Super
37:50
Bowl jets Vikings 2047 I’ll see you
37:54
there
37:57
[Applause]
38:03
again my question is about time time so
38:06
you’re an angel investor and a hundred
38:08
companies you have books an 800 person
38:10
agency and a family and there’s it’s
38:12
unreal to watch how much content you’re
38:14
putting out how do you choose between
38:15
the thousands of startup pitches you’re
38:18
getting and the which-which interview to
38:20
do or which speaking becasue it’s just
38:22
thank you so much 100% blind belief in
38:25
my intuition you know this in human
38:33
brain everyone’s hustling right like
38:34
eventually you lose right like
38:37
eventually time you don’t have enough
38:38
time to do all the opportunity so you’re
38:40
crippled by opportunity you just have to
38:43
go that route otherwise you’re just
38:45
gonna spend all your time thinking about
38:46
the process of making the best decision
38:48
and you know and you’re gonna waste
38:50
being able to do four things which would
38:52
have included the two things you’ve been
38:53
debating for last day so just the belief
38:58
in my intuition and then and then lots
39:00
of making fun of yourself this one’s a
39:02
perfect example I have to I like I
39:04
talked about time my son has a birthday
39:08
now because he’s an August birthday I
39:09
didn’t realize it was like this Saturday
39:11
like and I think it actually came after
39:12
we booked this but like like all the
39:15
money and from this talk is going into
39:17
the I was originally gonna go to Seattle
39:18
now I have to take a private plane not
39:20
to miss the flight like I just get up
39:21
and the whole day I’m just complaining
39:22
to you I’m like I’m an idiot
39:24
so like you’re not always gonna make it
39:25
right like you’re always gonna like play
39:28
micro-macro but I think everybody’s
39:31
saying no everybody sing notice because
39:35
they think they’re being thoughtful or
39:36
they’re smart like you know me people
39:40
are saying no that aren’t even a fancy
39:42
enough to say yes yet so I just say yes
39:46
man a lot thank you yeah hey hello hello
39:51
great to meet you great to meet you too
39:53
the two-part name Frank J love it how
39:56
are you Frank J very good thank you for
39:57
and I want to appreciate you and your
39:59
dedication your consistency and your

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