Serial entrepreneur Gary Vaynerchuk says there are two big secrets to staying motivated in business: being selfish, and knowing that you're going to die. As a matter of fact, when he said that he is Jewish, he reminded me of a book I read for Malcolm Gladwell by the title (Outliers) which included a chapter under the title (The Importance of Being a Jew), this chapter talks about how economic circumstances and other social elements at a certain period of time forced Jewish immigrants into specific types of industries which actually helped them on the long term to become rich which might be somehow related to Gary's Family.
When you see a Tweet you love, tap the heart — it lets the person who wrote it know you shared the love. Since then Gary V has launched a digital agency that focuses on check here Fortune 500 companies, been a bestseller author and in his spare time has become a venture capitalist, just to name a few things.
Some in the wine world accused him of dumbing down the art of wine appreciation, but Vaynerchuk responded that he was creating new oenophiles. I don't know how or where this will lead me, but it's a far cry from where I was an hour ago. Last week, an eager fitness hustler offered to purchase 75 books if Gary would give him a five minute interview.
Secondly I would like to thank you for all the advice you've given over Snapchat, it has been invaluable to me on my weight loss journey, with me being such a massive size due to my illnesses, sometimes it's hard to see things as a big picture and the long haul, but your simple macro advice and to keep up the walking has really helped so thank you.
So if someone wants a wine taster, just shoot me a message, I can end bullhsit wines and good wines, I won't be bought, I hate very little things, but one thing that I can't stand is a bad bottle of wine selling for a premium price and filled with bullshit apparently great reviews.