03.23.20 | Timestamp @55:32 | How to Use Social Media to Turn Dreams Into Reality


Brad Glauser



Brad’s Question or Topic

Brad is an entrepreneur. He started a sales and marketing business two years ago, focusing on providing architectural building products in Seattle. As his company grows, Brad wanted to expand. Now that the coronavirus happened, Brad also learned the value of grit in a business. So Brad wonders if he should dive into the idea of expanding despite the risks and wants to know Gary’s thoughts on it.

Gary’s Story and Advices

As an entrepreneur, one must have the stomach to face challenges, like a firefighter who’s always on. There is no vacation.

If the coronavirus happened in 1993, when Gary was still in high school or college, Gary would be losing his mind in happiness. But now, he’s a grown-up and has a thousand employees to take care of and a lot of responsibility on his shoulders.

Gary recommends Brad to execute his idea of expanding because if he doesn’t, in 39 years, he’ll be thinking about it and regret his decision. Gary prefers him to jump, fail, and leap back. If the market didn’t respond the way Brad wanted to and have to let go of those people that he just hired, he’ll feel bad about it, but Brad should think that he has his whole life to make it up to them.

Gary Vaynerchuk’s Quotes


“If you can get through a hundred days of pain, there might be a lot of prosperity on the other side.”
~ Gary Vaynerchuk


“It’s practical to go on the offense on these underdays.” ~ Gary Vaynerchuk


“Life is about alternatives.” ~ Gary Vaynerchuk


“Nobody talks about the sh*t they failed. Everybody always talks about the sh*t they didn’t do.”
~ Gary Vaynerchuk


“Put yourself in a practical offensive position and go.” ~ Gary Vaynerchuk


“Whoever’s collateral damage for my mistakes, I always think I have my whole life to make it up to them.”
~ Gary Vaynerchuk


“You’re in control.” ~ Gary Vaynerchuk

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