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Executing GaryVee’s Advice —How I built an exciting project in 3 days, and why you should too

admin January 2, 2018 19 No Comments

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This week, I designed a simple t-shirt crafted around The Airplane Project…and then jumped out of an airplane while wearing it. Gary Vaynerchuk is always suggesting that we find ways to take massive action, pursue our passions and execute using our unique skills and passions. After listening to his new album, The Air

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Featured on Buzzfeed 10 YouTube Entrepreneurs to Follow in 2018 #CreativeThoughts 27

admin December 30, 2017 17 No Comments

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Recently I was featured in a Buzzfeed Article: 10 YouTube Entrepreneurs to follow in 2018 alongside Casey Neistat, Gary Vaynerchuk, Marie Forleo, Tai Lopez and Chase Jarvis. I’m going to talk about that and some other recent entrepreneur adventures in this Creative Thoughts Vlog. BUZZFEED ARTICLE BY ROBERT YADEN

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When to Consider a Professional Career in Sports | #AskGaryVee with Mason Plumlee

admin December 29, 2017 18 No Comments

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Making sports into your career really comes down to two main things; how much are you willing to sacrifice for it and how good are you? If you have the talent, it’s something you love, and you are willing to make sacrifices to really go all in, then put in the work and go forRead More

How Athletes Can Monetize Their Personal Brands on Social Media | #AskGaryVee with Mason Plumlee

admin December 29, 2017 17 No Comments

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Student athletes have to be super careful about monetizing because the regulations and rules around the NCAA are super strict, which could cause you to lose your eligibility. Work on building your fanbase first instead of monetizing directly – that will have a much larger pay off down the line. It was great to ha

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Social Media Advice for Athletes | #AskGaryVee with Mason Plumlee

admin December 28, 2017 18 No Comments

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When you’re an athlete that is entering the professional realm of things, your main goals should be to be yourself and not sell out by pitching certain products or companies on a consistent basis. At the end of the day, you want your audience to know that you are a human and they want toRead More

How to Stay Motivated Without Seeing Immediate Improvement | #AskGaryVee with Mason Plumlee

admin December 28, 2017 25 No Comments

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Staying motivated and being determined with your goals without seeing any improvement can be difficult. In all honesty, this comes down to macro patience. If you know that you’re headed in the right direction and working on the right things, you need to just keep your head down, put in the work, and stay patient.

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How to Get in Contact With TV Producers | #AskGaryVee with John Legend

admin December 25, 2017 21 No Comments

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I think that it’s less about reaching out to TV producers in comparison to having the TV producers come to you because you have great content on your social media. If you have the leverage in the situation because the TV producers want to make a show based off of the content you’ve been puttingRead More

Breaking Stereotypes | #AskGaryVee with John Legend

admin December 23, 2017 19 No Comments

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Breaking stereotypes really comes down to eliminating your excuses, looking at things through the right angle, and then executing. If anybody that looks like you has done it before, so can you… Super awesome to have my man John Legend on this episode of the #AskGaryVee show. For those that don’t know, John

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The Biggest Misconception About Athletes | #AskGaryVee with Mason Plumlee

admin December 23, 2017 19 No Comments

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Really happy that Mason Plumlee hit on this point – a lot of the NBA, NFL, and MLB players that you hear of going bankrupt usually aren’t as bad with money as you think, it’s just that they try to give as much as they possibly can back to the people that supported them earlyRead More

How to Set Expectations for Yourself | #AskGaryVee with John Legend

admin December 22, 2017 12 No Comments

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It’s okay to set extremely high expectations for yourself with regards to what you can do or what you are doing; however, you should never set expectations of other people because you have no idea what they’re doing, going through, or having trouble with. If you own a company, you can’t expect your em

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