Gary Vaynerchuk’s Thoughts on “Follow Your Passion”

Gary Vaynerchuk is this week’s guest and, as usual, he delivers. Gary is the founder of WineLibrary.tv, writer of Crush It!, The Thank You Economy, and the upcoming Jab Jab Jab Right Hook, and a social media expert who got started turning his family’s wine store into an ecommerce powerhouse.

He’s got some incredible recommendations for how to look at the future to determine the steps you should take in your business. You’ll also hear about whether you should be afraid of Amazon, and what mistakes Gary made in the early days. All of this and more. Listen below.

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Here’s What You’ll Learn

  • How to see into the future and win in your business.
  • The power of mobile for ecommerce.
  • The future of Amazon and how to truly compete (especially as the little guy).
  • Whether college offers any true value in modern times.
  • Two mistakes Gary made when building Wine Library (and what to do to avoid them).

What Was Mentioned

This Week’s Winner

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Congratulations to Rob from Raleigh, NC for grabbing your free guide. Be watching your mailbox to receive your glow in the dark toilet paper! You’ll find it scares the in-laws, delights your friends, and much, much more. Enjoy, Rob, and thanks for listening.

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Andrew Youderian
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Andrew is the founder of eCommerceFuel and has been building eCommerce businesses ever since gleefully leaving the corporate world in 2008.  Join him and 1,000+ vetted 7- and 8-figure store owners inside the eCommerceFuel Community.

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