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  • - The reason I spend my time talking about this

  • is not because I want to be a fucking motivational speaker

  • and fluffy, fluff, fluff and ra-ra-ra, it's because

  • it's the fucking thing!

  • We're unstoppable

  • - Yo, yo, yo, what up, vlog?

  • Busy day today, didn't really film anything

  • on this Friday, just work, work, work, work, work.

  • Did film an Ask Gary V, how did that go, Seth,

  • was it a good Ask Gary V?

  • - Great one.

  • - Awesome, nonetheless, gave a talk in Portland

  • a couple weeks ago to Dutch Bros coffee company,

  • it turned into an epic, I mean an epic.

  • D. Rock, how long was it?

  • - Two and a half hours.

  • - So, this is gonna be a two-and-a-half hour episode

  • of DAILYVEE?

  • Two and a half hour episode of DAILYVEE,

  • touched on a ton of new content, I think you guys

  • are gonna super-enjoy it and sit back,

  • pour a glass of wine from the Gary V. Wine Club,

  • oh wait, what, you're not part of the Gary V. Wine Club?

  • D. Rock, are you part of the Gary V?

  • You are, Seth, are you part of the--

  • - Not yet.

  • - Dude, what the fuck?

  • Guys, don't be a dickface, sign up for the Garry V.

  • Wine Club and watch this now.

  • - Let's welcome to the stage, Mr. Gary Vaynerchuk.

  • (audience cheering)

  • - Hello.

  • Thank you.

  • Thanks.

  • All right, let's go, let's go, sit down, let's do this.

  • - [Audience] Gary, Gary, Gary!

  • - What up?

  • What up, what up, what up?

  • Thank you for having me, thank you so much for the awesome

  • intro and reaction, very frankly, how are we doing

  • the Q&A, where is the Q&A gonna come from?

  • You guys have runners?

  • Awesome, cool, I just can't wait to get to the Q&A,

  • so I just wanted to get that out real quick.

  • And the reason why I want to do the Q&A

  • to be very frank, is I think I get to speak a lot

  • and when I think about speaking, at the end of the day,

  • I'm trying to reverse-engineer the audience, right?

  • To me, as a lot of you know, how many people here

  • have seen some of my content online, raise your hands?

  • Thank you, actually, real quick, how many of you have not,

  • raise your hands, okay, fuck you guys.

  • (laughing)

  • Kidding, kidding, kidding.

  • So, for about 70% of you, you guys have seen the content

  • and I'll go through certain things that I want to talk

  • to you guys about, for the 30% or 40% of you

  • that just raised your hands that you haven't,

  • you can go to YouTube or Facebook and see this,

  • so what's super-important to me is to make this talk

  • contextual and when I think about this audience,

  • and whether it's of age or mindset,

  • the youth in the offense of this organization

  • is super-attractive to me, from afar, right?

  • For me, I'm 41, I'm old, but I feel 16 in my mind,

  • right, and I work like I'm 19, you know,

  • in my prime, because I'm on the offense.

  • It's a mindset.

  • And so the thing that I want to first start with

  • is intangibles, right?

  • I've been thinking about this quite a bit,

  • and let me tell you why this is the first thing I want

  • to start with, yesterday, for some of you that know,

  • I'm a ridiculously die-hard Jets fan, right?

  • And yesterday, the Jets fucked me up

  • because they won a football game.

  • So for some of you that aren't into football,

  • my strategy for this season was to go 0 and 16

  • and take a quarterback with the first pick

  • and so I literally was in the stands yesterday

  • in New York, really upset as my team was dominating

  • an arch rival in the Miami Dolphins and all the fans

  • around me were pissed because I was booing

  • when the Jets were doing good shit,

  • and it was fucking awkward, okay?

  • But here's what happened.

  • The Jets took a player this year by the name of Jamal Adams

  • out of LSU and he basically was disproportionately

  • impactful on the game yesterday without doing anything

  • that you would normally consider a turning point.

  • He didn't have an interception for a touchdown,

  • he didn't do any of the things that would show up

  • in the stats sheets that would make you say,

  • oh he won the game as a defensive back,

  • what he did was intangibles.

  • What he did was, the hour before the game,

  • the way he interacted with all his teammates

  • didn't look anything like a kid playing his third game

  • of his life in pros, it looked like a 16-year veteran

  • doing the little things.

  • What he did was, on every play when the Dolphins

  • made a mistake or an off-side, he basically looked

  • at the entire crowd, which was half-empty and would get them

  • excited, what he did was when a teammate came off

  • the field that made a nice play on special teams,

  • he ran over and gave him dapps.

  • He literally, fundamentally willed the vibe of the game

  • to go in the direction that created the outcome.

  • I am not physically structured to win all my competitive

  • battles through my life.

  • Yet, when I think about all the one-on-one basketball

  • games or the floor hockey matches or ping pong

  • matches or tennis or football or whatever,

  • like 80% of the time when I fucking win something

  • in a physical confrontation sporting event

  • it's because I used intangibles to mentally outmaneuver

  • or disproportionately figure out how to win.

  • I am fascinated, fascinated by this.

  • I am fascinated by fucking mindset, I am fascinated

  • in a complicated world that we're all growing up in,

  • it's a binary decision if you're gonna be positive

  • or negative about shit.

  • I'm fascinated that when you're addicted to kindness

  • and optimism and positivity, it just, you know,

  • it's so funny.

  • You know stuff like the secret,

  • I love when people talk about like the secret,

  • people think you sit on your ass on your couch

  • and you're like, "I wish I had a million bucks"

  • and it's like, bloop and it just shows up.

  • What I'm fascinated by is the reason people succeed

  • that put their mindset into it is because it does something

  • that has really also caught my attention over the last two

  • years, which is the following.

  • When you bet on optimism, when you're on the offense,

  • when you're playing towards intangibles,

  • you do something super-duper interesting.

  • You start suffocating excuses.

  • If you asked me what the number one things is

  • that I'm thankful for that my parents gave me,

  • taking me from a communist country and moving me to the US.

  • You know, parenting me well, nothing bad,

  • you know, roof and clothes, all good stuff,

  • if you asked me the number one thing I wake up

  • every morning and thank that my parents did

  • is that I never saw either one of them complain

  • about jack shit and they basically created learned

  • behavior for me, I'm incapable of actually complaining

  • about shit.

  • And that has become the foundation of my success.

  • When I was in my 20s and early 30s, I spent

  • eight, 15, 16, 17 hours a day for 13 years, building

  • my dad's liquor store for him,

  • I own nothing of Wine Library, right,

  • I leave that business in my mid-30s, I've no wealth,

  • I've built a 60-million dollar wine business

  • for my dad and I don't sit there and complain,

  • I think about it as I did the right thing by thanking

  • my parents and giving back.

  • Literally, literally, no joke, if I leave this conference

  • today, right now, if I leave, right, if we do this,

  • we have a nice little Q&A, it's a good talk,

  • it's fucking cool, I leave, I go to cross a street

  • to go into my car, to go to the airport,

  • and I get hit by a car, literally as I'm laying there,

  • I'd be like fuck, I shouldn't have left the conference

  • that early.

  • It is in my mindset that literally every negative thing

  • that happens to me is my fucking fault.

  • I recognize that that's not true, you know,

  • when I talk about this publicly,

  • everybody starts bringing up stuff like what if you're raped

  • and what if you're this and that, I understand.

  • I'm a logical, practical person, I'm not talking about