Crushing It!: How Great Entrepreneurs Build Their Business and Influence-and How You Can, Too
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Instagram” – As the hottest, fastest growing major platform, Instagram has introduced and launched almost as many famous people as YouTube. Gary argues you will never be genuinely yourself and passionate about what you do if you work for someone else. Gary asks us to be open-minded and not to refuse any platform before even trying it as where the crowd goes, the business goes.
So now after venting, that building a personal brand can be brain washing exercise, and sometime too much, I want to get to the great parts. How should you respond if someone close to you tries to belittle you or tells you that you are useless? Being an entrepreneur is also not for everyone, so if you like working a 9 to 5 and having the rest of your time to chill out and relax, sticking with the status quo, that’s great!
If you are the individual that frequently has this remaining suggestion in the rear of their head, that they should start their own gig, but for some factor (whatever it could be) once again, you NEED to review this area. I don't really talk about what I want to do, at least not too in-depth, because I'm somewhat embarrassed about it; I don't know how to explain it, because I know people aren't going to get it. While I appreciated the brevity of the book, it did come off as though he was trying to get you to read his 2009 book, Crush It.
This one might sound a bit ironic now since I found this book actually often lacking sufficient substance. Authenticity,” notes justly Vaynerchuk, “is a welcome relief to consumers who live in a society where they constantly feel that they’re being taken advantage of or hearing only parts of the whole story.That’s why entrepreneurship is a young man’s game: you need a lot of stamina to get your business and your personal brand off the ground.