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Working Out With Professional Athletes is [email protected]*#$&% HARD! | DailyVee 565

Working Out With Professional Athletes is F@*#$&% HARD! | DailyVee 565

– Tyler ran into a brick wall. – [Tyler] I don’t know. – I don’t know, when you
look at the instant replay, I think you moved more than I did. You’ve got more perspective. I just wanna be happy,
don’t you wanna be happy? (upbeat music) Just went through a Snap Back workout. Snap Back, brand new
company we’re working with at Vayner Sports, bunch of Vayner Sports, NFL athletes, the team. It’s fucking hard. I have an idea, I have another idea. Do you wanna do the Malbec tomorrow? – How do you manage that many pots or hats and try to give your attention to all the different endeavors– – I have a really good answer for that. – But yet not neglecting
something that’s so important. How does that happen? ‘Cause I know that’s a
question that I’m asked a lot, and how do you balance that? – For me, I think I put 70 to 80% of my pure mental energy
to the core thing, which is Vayner Media. Vayner Media is the biggest
company of them all, it’s the engine. And then the rest of the 20%, there’s a really interesting
thing that an entrepreneur, that he or she needs to be
able to manage a lot of things, which is, I’ll use this analogy T.D. This is the easiest way I can put it. Some people really just
wanna juggle three balls, and they do it, and nothing
falls, and they’re like, “Look.” And I’m like, “Cool, that’s amazing.” I’m gonna juggle 25 plates,
nine of them are gonna break. But I’m 16 to your three. And because I actually
don’t care about judgment, because where people… The reason a lot of
people don’t do things is, look, Empathy, which is a
wine brand that I launched. I come from the wine business, I’m building a machine
that’s building brands, and if Empathy fails, that’s like a big L, and like could really like slow me down if somebody’s thoughtfully looking at me, but I’m okay with that L. And I think what you need to do is have a stomach to be able to have losses. – Have you had any losses? – Plenty. You know, when we started Vayner Media, I also launched two other companies, Corked and Forest. A lot of things I invest in, incubate… – [A.J.] Divisions. – Here’s where things– – [A.J.] Failure is part of the team. – It has to be. – And here’s where people
need clarity on this. Micro failures. – Right. – Not macro. – Not the major ones. – And this is where people get confused. Over the last 10 years of my career I’ve probably lost millions of dollars every year on a failure, but nothing– – You’re making me feel
real good right now. – But the reason I’m making you feel good and I don’t have the details of where you’re going with that, is, but it didn’t put you out of business. You didn’t have to go and be Rocky V and go back to like… – It’s like the sports stuff, though. I mean it’s football,
you’re failing every time. We fail a lot in sports and you try to, but every game you fail,
you lose, something happens. You gotta get up, you
gotta wipe yourself off, dust yourself off and
you gotta get back up. – You know it’s funny you bring that up. Sports and business, A.J.
you have a great quote, what did you say the other day, fits major sport or something. I thought that was super smart, what was it exactly? – Just the concept that you know, there’s four major sports in our country, debatable which of the four are the four, but business in itself
is the fifth major sport. And I think there’s a reason why so many athletes gravitate
towards business, because for me, my favorite
part about Vayner Sports is the competitive landscape. I love just competing. And I didn’t have the physical gifts or the work ethic to
do it in a real sport, so to speak, or a quantified sport, but business gives me that outlet. – Nice to meet you, take care. Take care, everyone. (melodic music) About to go to the Vayner
Sports networking event, doing a chat with TI. And we’re really looking forward to it. Yeah! I would like that. So that’s what we’re doing. Just did a podcast with Terrell Davis, former Bronco great that
broke my heart in ’98. So, that was mixed feelings. Never really hated him, he’s a good dude. Let’s go. – [Female] Here. – Right here? You’re welcome. – Since the last time I saw you you’ve dropped some new sneakers. – I did. – You have some cards with tops. – I do. – You’re in e-sports now. – Yes. – What’s next? – What’s next, what have we not announced? You know, the reality is both
the tops, sports card insert, the ownership in the
Call of Duty franchise, with the Wilfs from the Vikings. Everything can move very fast
when you have a macro plan. Neither of those two things
were even on the radar when I saw you in Atlanta. And so when I hear the
question what’s next, the reality is it’s a
framework of being ready to move on something tomorrow
if that email comes in or that dinner happens and it seems right. So I think of myself far
more as a counter puncher or a halftime adjustments head coach than the one that works all week or plans. I have one business objective, to buy the New York Jets. When I consumer information
and opportunities, if I feel like that can advance
it, whether it’s financial, like a big investment
or starting a company, or whether it’s just optically. Like the tops deal is a money loser for what I’m getting from tops, but it continues to penetrate me into the sports consciousness, which gives me leverage in the long term. So some of it’s brand,
some of it’s dollars, but what’s next is the
continuation of a framework that allows me to respond
quickly to an opportunity that I think is viable. – The best words I could come up with is stop making excuses for yourself, there’s nothing holding you back from doing what you wanna do but you. Stop looking for somebody
to change your life. I mean to be honest with you,
– Truth. us, in whatever industry, respective industries that we’re in, it’s our job to identify you. So if you continue to work hard, you don’t have to introduce yourself, I’m gonna come find you. – 100%. – All you gotta do is continue to let your efforts and energy speak for itself. And eventually it’s gonna happen. If it doesn’t happen
in association with me, maybe I wasn’t the one for the job. (applause) We all have something special, a special gift, talent,
something to contribute, that nobody else can
give the world but you. – True. Just to build on that,
just your own perspective. People hear you’ve got your own talent and then people are like
fuck, I don’t have a, like I don’t really. But perspective, everyone’s
got their two cents, and angles matter on this shit. So I’ll just leave with this. Action always wins. Right this second we’re in a room filled with a ton of interesting people. What’s about to actually happen is everyone’s gonna go into their normal fucking clique that they came with and not meet one or two new people. So my parting gift is please
say hello to two random people that you have no fucking
idea who they are, and I promise you you’ll get
some value out of tonight. – [Male] Let’s go! – Thank you for coming. (upbeat music)

100 thoughts on “Working Out With Professional Athletes is [email protected]*#$&% HARD! | DailyVee 565

  1. Love content like this man. More extra curricular stuff, give us a different insight into your awesome life. Thanks man love ya

  2. GaryVee is the MANNN! Started from your dad's liquor store to hopefully owning the New York Jets! We've taken all of GaryVee’s advice and jumped out of our comfort zone and now we're on target to inspire MILLIONS!! We've even created a YouTube channel to do just that! Our first video is already up! WE would love some support/feedback so please hit subscribe, check it out & let us know what you think .. Thank you so much, GARY!

  3. If you wanna become better version of yourself, you have to work hard and be patient 🙂 That's what I focus on on my youtube channel 🙂

  4. Just spoke to David Meltzer's accountant. Would it be a ridiculous idea for any sports personalities out there to come on the #CPAPrimeTime show like David Meltzer and James Orsini has… and talk sports & money.

  5. 100% truth. Thankful for all the advice Gary gives! Really helps the growth of my channel and I’m grateful!

  6. The important thing it to make it fun like sports. I do the same for the stocks portfolio on my channel. I enjoy the process and and want to win!

  7. Gary, I’m a former college ball player. 6’8, 225. Let’s do a workout together, I’ll come out to you and show you some basketball centered workouts! Like this if you think Gary should go through a workout with me!!

    IG: @I_am_Sam_David

  8. Where would you recommend someone to go to with entrepreneurial ideas? I have a shattered back so physically networking isn't an option at this time for me.

  9. I watch his videos and he’s so inspiring glad to be on the team
    Can u guys plz subscribe to my channel 🙏

  10. I love the title. So many people really don't understand the level of focus, discipline and most importantly the pain associated with the process of working out like a Professional Athlete. @2:40 you said "It's [email protected]*#$&% HARD". When you do something at a different level, it's really really really hard for people to understand what it's like to actually go through that process. I love how you showed people you clips during your snapback workout because it shows that you are training in an elite environment, which to be honest, I don't feel people in 2019 really understand very well because the elite environment on this channel (YouTube) is probably to the tune of someone who wasn't necessarily a Professional Athlete from the NBA, NFL, MLB, etc, but with a passion for fitness. So they never really understand because they go through the training and programs of these people and get some result, but not to the level of an elite professional athlete. Thanks for shedding a light on this.

  11. love the shirt Gary! And absolutely stunning to see you as a practitioner even in a field that you personally don't like so much. Really great to see your physical development, even while getting busier and busier!

  12. G love I don’t know about tight pants and pink shirt 👚 but rest of content was absolutely amazing..

  13. The metaphor about having a streak and side dishes is nice… juggling many things and not being afraid to drop a few…but when you just begin your journey you need to focus on the steak/on the main plate for a long time. Just like Gary did with WineLibrary an VaynerMedia. I bet he couldn't juggle that freely at that point.

  14. Gary reminds me of a 40 something mature woman from the 80's doing gymnastics dances and stuff like that with crazy disco music

  15. Hopefully, I'm going to have a chance to meet this unique guy in the future. Him, teaching me lots! Respect

  16. Business IS a sport, as is life. It's all a game where consistently striving to perform well will indeed move you forward.

  17. Your video is amazing Garyvee 🥰🥰 I really love your video too much 🥰🥰 please help subscribe to his channel together. 🥰🥰

  18. @garyvee loved this video as usual. You talked about having a macro framework. How do you approach creating that framework, what components are involved, and how do you do that when you're just starting out? Thank you in advance.

  19. Always love the content from Gary spitting that knowledge when I need it most . Also shout outs to all the random people in this forum

  20. gary veeeee LOVE YOU thanks for your motivation a just started my own podcast and i understand the time 7 to 11 years before something happen !! #passion #love #create #askgaryvee

  21. Gary I absolutely love your daily grind its incredible. Im 17 years old and do shopify dropshipping. Ive done over 750k in gross revenue and have spent over 6-figures in facebook ads. I now upload content and have been really pursuing gaining an audience and spreading the absolute best content i possibly can with frequent uploads. I would love ANY support at all and keep crushing it!

  22. I really feel the juggling more plates vs fewer balls thing. Never realized that's what I do, but it is. People are too afraid to fail…including me, still working on it!

  23. Gary is wrong here. With exercise you will always get results as long as you move! In business you're never guaranteed results even if you try.

  24. You treat Everyone with so much respect thts best part abt you!!! Yep Don't put all your eggs in one basket👍

  25. Success is no accident. It is hard work, perseverance, learning, studying, sacrifice and most of all, love of what you are doing or learning to do.
    If you want to learn, let me know!? 😀

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