INSPIRATION: 5 Reasons to Change Your Mind | Gary Vaynerchuk Original Film

INSPIRATION: 5 Reasons to Change Your Mind | Gary Vaynerchuk Original Film

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5 Reasons to Change Your Mind | Gary Vaynerchuk Original Film

Gary is a strong believer in the ability to change your mind. Too many people view changing their minds as a weakness, whereas Gary sees it as the ultimate strength. This original film shows an in-depth look at some of Gary’s closest business partners, employees, and friends sharing their personal stories of how Gary’s ability to willingly change his mind has benefited them and the business at large. This is the first time some of these stories have ever been shared and we hope it helps you realize that not only is it okay for you to change your mind, but in many situations, it can be the right thing to do… Enjoy!

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Gary Vaynerchuk is a serial entrepreneur and the Chairman of VaynerX, a modern day communications parent company, as well as the CEO and Co-Founder of VaynerMedia, a full-service digital agency servicing Fortune 500 clients across the company’s 4 locations.
Gary is a venture capitalist, 5-time New York Times bestselling author, and an early investor in companies such as Twitter, Tumblr, Venmo and Uber. He is currently the subject of WeeklyVee, an online documentary series highlighting what it’s like to be a CEO and public figure in today’s digital world. He is also the host of #AskGaryVee, a business and advice Q&A show online.

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7 Replies to “INSPIRATION: 5 Reasons to Change Your Mind | Gary Vaynerchuk Original Film”

  1. Change is universal truth, it's our ability to understand it and not react to it with craving or aversion is what makes you Buddha, well non of us are there yet but if you have a leader that is also like a guru in modern world, follow the lead, make mistakes because you are in experienced hands let this discomfort teach you this is a natural path to learn new things, happy to see so many team members supporting Gary, do it with compassion for self and others to become the intuitively better decision maker vs just getting over with it, my corporate experience only taught me one thing, people matter not the process, however I did agree with my bosses believe you can't change people you can only change process. So I changed my mind and spent all night consuming Gary's content, it's almost time to meditate now, Gary keep following your sensations it's part of your raised self awareness, all great leaders followed their inner voice the conscience, you are in touch with another great gift goose bumps, will be mentioning that sensation in my book as well with your reference 😉

  2. ✌️ To solve the human equation, we need to add love, subtract hate, multiply good, and divide between truth and error. Entrepreneurs keep that @evenkingsfall (His Instagram name) THINK BIG approach to life! Great videos always ❤️

  3. Agile thinking formulates the emotional intelligence of self-awareness and the awareness of others. This is not new; but important. It was mentioned that agile mindsets are something you are born with but cannot be taught. I disagree with this statement. Being agile can definitely be taught. I think of one's experiences. One could lose their job, learn something new, change career direction, rethink financial decisions, weight loss goals, etc.

    Importantly you need to be agile to survive. Therefore, you can be taught this by working people, learning from others or by social pressure. Also, children from rich parents may have solid business models/mentors who have extensive networks and have more opportunities to excel at this skill quicker. Therefore, some richer people may have a financial safety net compared to others. A financial safety net definitely helps. I think of privileged and generational dynasties of powerful Jewish families and communities. Within business modelling, they teach their children well. Chance, courage, drive, persistence are linked to lucky opportunities and connections for success.

    Proactive agility can definitely be taught. Agile thinking happens at schools, with workers, entrepreneurs, businesses, and cultural events. Social conditioning to be agile is a cultural mindset. Just think of agility interview questions you need to answer and demonstrate. You can study and learn the correct answers. Unstable governments, financial markets and health concerns propel us to adjust through education and experiences. People do change their mindsets quickly to adapt. It can be instinctive. But you have not given me any valid reason why it cannot be learnt. I argue it can be learnt through reinforcement and role modelling as well. Internal and external motivational factors need to be considered within your statement. Homogenous thinking can limit alternative views. So agility intelligence and research skills are vital to stimulate progressive thoughts and actions.