There are massive opportunities on LinkedIn right now. It’s available for everyone but especially for those in B2B – here’s why I think it’s probably the most important marketing channel in 2019: LinkedIn started as a site for people looking to get a job or to fill a job. People used it for posting resumes, […]
There is no question that there are people that are naturally born with ambition and hustle. But the incredibly talented @KingBach posed a question for me the other day and asked if ambition can be a taught behavior: View this post on Instagram A post shared by Gary Vay-Ner-Chuk (@garyvee) on Jul 23, 2019 at […]
1. If One Employee Makes All The Other Employees Miserable, And They Still Don’t Fix Their Behavior After You Try To Change It A Few Times, They’ve Got To Go This is one of my most talked about pieces of business advice that I get asked about constantly, and it makes sense why. If someone […]
I really think that my opinions and suggestions on selling to small businesses can add value to many of you because I lived that life – I operated and navigated within a small business environment for much of my 20s.
Most businesses really need to adjust their mindset when it comes to hiring and firing employees. So many are obsessed with short-term performance, “numbers” and quarterly targets. But to build a real long-term business, it takes much higher-level thinking. It’s about focusing on overall culture and continuity over short-term financial performance.
Twitter is still an incredible platform to build brand. It’s fascinating to me as a marketer because it allows me to initiate relationships with people 1 on 1. It’s how I built my brand in the early days from 2007 – 2011 when I was working at a wine retail store in New Jersey and […]
I wanted to talk about a concept for sales success that I’m struggling to see others talk about. It’s a big reason behind why people struggle to get others to buy into them – whether it’s trying to change someone’s mind, or sell them on a product.
There’s nothing worse in business than firing someone. I’m not usually the one who does it at VaynerMedia anymore since we’ve grown to so many employees, but when I did I would spend a month figuring out how to make myself feel better about it. We’re not in the one-, two- or three-strike policy here […]
As a CEO of a large organization that has grown quickly (from zero to $200 million+), I have a lot of POVs on leadership strategies that lead to strong internal culture and business results.
Before I get into this article, I want to make sure I create clarity and context so no tone is lost on my POVs about hard work and success. Please watch this short video first: Ultimately, how much you should work is a conversation of “one.” It’s a conversation you need to have with yourself. […]
1. Your Employees Shouldn’t Care About Your Business As Much As You Do. I get a lot of questions from business owners and founders asking me how to motivate their employees to care as much as they do about the business. I tell them, “Give them half the company.” Truth is, if your employees were […]