Gary Vaynerchuk has millions of subscribers and followers across social media platforms for one reason: he just wants you to succeed, and he’ll remind you of that every chance he gets.
While he doesn’t think you should actually spend so much time watching or listening to him, we all need a boost of motivational when things are particularly challenging.
So, I put together this list of my top ten favorite Gary Vee videos for you watch any time you need them.
If you don’t know who Gary is, you’re in for one hell of a ride.
1. A 5-Minute Please To Do (4:53)
Summary: We’re always talking about we’re going to do something but we never actually do it.
This video is a plea from Gary Vee do finally take action on all the things we say we’ve talked about doing.
Favorite quote: “All you want to do is read, and consume, and ponder, and make pretend, and talk about how you’re gonna. Fuck your ‘gonna.’ Go do it. You can only read so much, you have to do.”
2. One Life, No Regrets (2:45)
Summary: We only have one life to live, so we need to live it for ourselves.
We need to find ways to be happy not only in business but in life. That’s how you know you live a good life—by how happy you are.
Favorite quote: “You need to make one person happy—you. Then, you can make everybody else happy.”
3. How to Figure Out Your Life After Graduating College (9:46)
Summary: It’s so easy to let yourself be dragged down by opinions that shouldn’t matter.
We’re young, and this is the time to try doing what we love no matter what anyone says. There’s talk about self-aware, regret, and more.
Favorite quote: “You could do everything wrong for the next ten years of your life and be young as fuck.”
4. Don’t Just Think Outside the Box. Live Outside It! (3:09)
Summary: Do everything you want to do. Don’t let people do you in a box, and do the thing you want to do.
If you want to be a comedian and a cook, fuck it. Cross the lines. Live.
Favorite quote: “If you’re good enough, no one’s gonna stop you.”
5. 5 Tips to Hustle Without Burning Out (10:35)
Summary: Gary Vee talks about “Hustle Culture” and how to work hard on your terms without burning out.
It’s not about how much time you work, but what you do during that time. Quality over quanity.
Favorite quote: “Do I believe that worth ethic is a foundation piece of success? Yes, I do. Do I want anybody ever to work so much that they get depressed? Of course not.”
6. Bet on Yourself (3:01)
Summary: Bet on yourself and your skills, work hard, make sacrifices, and do what you think you’re meant to do. If you don’t think you have a chance, or you worry about people’s opinions, have some love and respect for yourself. Go do your thing.
Favorite quote: “It’s not that you can’t, it’s that you’re not willing to give up dumb shit for a better life.”
7. The Ultimate Advice For Every 20 Year Old (17:04)
Summary: This is one of Gary Vee’s best videos, in my opinion. He talks about the importance of being patient when you’re in your twenties and you want to build a great business and life for yourself.
There is so much value in this, and if there’s one video you watch out of all these, watch this one.
Favorite quote: “You need to be patient as fuck.”
8. Once You Complain You've Already Lost (6:08)
Summary: We live in the greatest era, and the martket doesn’t give a shit who you are. If you’re good enough, and you work hard, you can succeed.
Stop complaining because nobody cares. Do what matters most and show the world who unapologetically are.
Favorite quote: “Stop complaining and dwelling cause nobody gives a fuck.”
9. This Is Your Pull-The-Car-Over Moment (4:11)
Summary: If you have the chance to do what you love (and you do), then take it. Every choice you make and every action you take is on you. Make the right decisions and do what you need.
Favorite quote: “Everything in life is on you.”
10. The One Thing I Want For All of You (2:11)
Summary: Self-improvement and confidence in yourself is everything. Work on yourself, and great things will happen.
Favorite quote: “Stop worrying about what you’re not, and start focusing on who you are.”
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Let me know in the comments:
Which video was your favorite, and why? Finally, what are you going to do to implement Gary’s advice?