Feel overwhelmed by your thoughts? Struggling with finding your true purpose in life? Or do you want to stop feeling lost in life?
The truth is we all experience the occasional down moments. But if you always feel unproductive, then you need to closely examine how these thoughts are negatively impacting your life…
The solution is to find a mentor, a true mentor who have achieved what we’ve ever wanted. This way, we can cut short our learning curve by 15-20 years or more, depending on how effectively we absorb the valuable knowledge and wisdom from this mentor. And that’s what you’ll discover in Think Like Gary Vaynerchuk.
The goal of this book is simple: we have done the research and the hard work, put in the hours to get the best life and business lessons from Gary Vaynerchuk.
- Is best known for his work in digital marketing and social media.
- Was first known as a wine critic who grew his family’s wine business from $3 million to $60 million.
- Is currently the chairman of VaynerX and CEO of VaynerMedia.
- Hosts a top 50 global podcast also known as The GaryVee Audio Experience.
- Has more than 10 million followers in his social media combined. Wow, right?
Think like Gary Vaynerchuk is full of valuable life and business lessons that will potentially have an immediate, positive impact on your life and wealth. Instead of just reading a random book telling you what you should do, isn’t it a better idea to learn from the life experiences of a guy who worked 16 hours a day for most of his life and is still loving it?
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- Shane Lowe
Good info, bad narrator
Great content but the narrator makes it almost impossible to listen to, he's very monotone and jerky in the way he speaks. Shame because the book has good information, even though it's basically a summarization.
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