"NICE GUYS Don't Finish LAST!" | Gary Vaynerchuk (@garyvee)

"NICE GUYS Don't Finish LAST!" | Gary Vaynerchuk (@garyvee)

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1. Have self-awareness
2. Play outside of the rules
3. Love the hustle
4. Change your perspective
5. Have good intent
6. Don’t try to impress others
7. Be optimistic
8. Don’t create friction for your audience
9. Prioritize
10. Find your path
11. BONUS – Have a strong why

1) What do you need to prioritize more in your business?
2) What friction are you creating for your customers that you need to eliminate?
3) How are you trying to impress others and can you commit to stopping it?

✎ More about Gary Vaynerchuk. As a kid, he operated a lemonade-stand franchise. He was born in the Soviet Union. At age 14, he joined his family’s retail-wine business. He grew the family’s retail-wine business from $3 million to $60 million a year by 2005. He’s best known as a digital marketing and social-media pioneer at the helm of VaynerMedia and VaynerX. He has been featured in “The New York Times”, The Wall Street Journal, GQ, and Time. He is a regular keynote speaker at global entrepreneurship and technology conferences. He has made a number of personal investments as an angel investor. In 2017 Entrepreneur magazine put Vaynerchuk’s net worth at $160 million. In 2017 VaynerSports signed NFL draft participants including Jalen Reeves Maybin and Jon Toth.

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28 Thoughts to “"NICE GUYS Don't Finish LAST!" | Gary Vaynerchuk (@garyvee)”

  1. Looking for more of my Top 10 and Top 50 Rules for Success? They are now on their own channel. You can subscribe here: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCacX6JAo1EpmxT91r6VH53g?sub_confirmation=1

  2. Nice guys DO finish last 👀

  3. Is so hard to watch somebody who does not like to travel, museums and to go places and will rather work 24/7… I LOVE GARS… but with all that money I would spend it having moments with family traveling, meeting new places etc…

  4. garyvee has been an inspiration for me lately and he has given me courage to be active in social media and upload daily content also in youtube. so i hope you guys would watch and enjoy it! nice guys don't finish last 😁

  5. Hey dig your mindset. I'm new to youtube still. Would love to hear any feed back you have about my channel and or videos thanks.

  6. Love this video and love this channel. Always so much good knowledge coming out of here! Gary V is the man and is a fountain of knowledge and good advice…as usual. That being said, he is still a human being, and to take every single word that ANY MAN (man as in mankind) says without question and wholly accept it without examination, or the consideration of the possibility of error, is a foolish thing to do. We're all fallable.

    With this in mind, I have to ADAMANTLY disagree with Gary V about the saying, "nice guys finish last." This is a very true saying that is misunderstood, gets misused, and very often, taken out of context. Contrary to common belief, "nice guys finish last" isn't a saying that shuns one for being a good person or committing acts of kindness; being generous, benevolent, compassionate, caring, etc. and nor does it promote opposite action. No. Nice guys finish last, is a saying that serves as an acknowledgement that being nice ALL the time is, in fact, not a good thing. It's one of those things that societally and idealistically, "on paper," sounds good and virtuous, but in nature is actually incredibly unhealthy for a person…whether they know it or not. Lower thy pitchfork and allow me to explain…

    Nice guys aren't people who just do kind, singular acts (which are awesome), but instead, live their lives constantly, perpetually, in "nice guy" mode. They have a hard time saying no to people, feel intense uncomfort in situations of disagreement, often times have a hard time valuing their own opinions or speaking up and asking for what they want, are subconsciously very quick to people please as a measure to gain approval, have a hard time setting clear boundaries for others not to cross, and typically (subconsciously) have a deep desire for everyone to like them. They go through life finding it hard to get what they want out of life (mainly relationships), not realizing that their nice guy tendencies are what's holding them back all the while. THIS, is what it means to be a "nice guy," and I gaurantee you that any person (be it male or female) that has ever been called "a nice guy," posseses one or more of the above qualities, as they are the only people who are ever deemed with these titles. And they do indeed finish last. They don't command respect from others, so therefore, have a hard time being treated the way they feel like they should be treated or valued by people in society. Especially those of the opposite gender. In short, they're in last place because they continually place themselves there (unknowingly), hence the saying…"nice guys finish last."

    There are many who may want to fundamentally disagree with the idea that it's actually bad to be a nice guy because its red pill truth can be hard to accept, or, those who may naturally want to disagree with me just because I actually disagreed with their idol, Gary V lol, but before you do, at least understand the stance. Go read "No More Mr. Nice Guy" by Dr. Robert A. Glover and/or "Not Nice" by Dr. Aziz Gazipura first, then maybe you can come back and disagree with me…but I highly doubt you will want to. If you don't understand the context of my words and haven't read those books, or at least deeply studied some subject matter related to, then you have zero business disagreeing with me or replying to this comment with the intentions of disagreement…

    Keep sharing awesome content. And stay awesome #believe nation✊🏾

  7. Very good collection Evan, I will forward for my kid to watch. Thanks you for doing what you do. Cheers my friend.

  8. I sold my house to rent a basement and get my books published. My goals are huge to me and working toward them creates obstacles, but fills me with a sense of determined satisfaction. The down side is it temporarily cost me my health.

  9. to me, success is measured by having joy in your heart, loving yourself so you can give to others, and waking up every morning with gratitude

  10. Really love this Evan, Gary always tells it as it is; love it when he says nice guys always win; change the mindset #Believe #BTA86 #inspirationnation

  11. That's awesome! 🙂 I love that he loves getting a deal. I'm like that too!

  12. I have always tried to impress others with expensive things, now i just try to impress myself with necessary things

  13. I don't like this speaker, but I have to admit, I like this video selection, thx Evan


  15. I absolutely love these step by step rules on here. The one that is best to me is to have good intentions in every move that you make. Those good intentions will open up more doors then you could ever imagine because people know that you are in this for their best interest and not to just gain a few dollars.

  16. People always tell me Nice Guys Finish Last but that's who I am.

  17. Thanks for muting out he’s language

  18. please, can you make a video on meghan markle

  19. 1) i need to prioritize quality instead of quantity that is more no of hours to quality no of hours
    2) friction by projecting my limiting beliefs in between conversations
    3)I need to let go of habit of sometime flaunting about my checkpoints

  20. You must have the most motivation wardrobe… Just open the closet doors and punched in the face with readiness

  21. How do two people accidentally hit the thumbs down? I no there’s nothing here that’s even dislikable.

  22. I always find it strange that people say nice guys finish last, as Gary Vee says it's simply not true. There's a difference between being nice, and being someone who is "walked on"

  23. This video is awesome and filled with so much value!

  24. Have self awareness
    Have a strong way
    Be optimistic
    In my opinion the above points play an important role in a
    successful life .💐
    Great inspirational and motivational video 👍👏
    🤗Great job .👌😊

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