#Cause we’re gonna be legends#
#Gonna get their attention#
#What we’re doing here ain’t just scary#
#It’s about to be legendary#
#Yeah we’re gonna be legends#
#Gonna teach ’em all a lesson#
#Got this feeling that we’re so sweet caring#
What if I told you this the was last Monday morning of your life?
#Gonna be legendary#
I just wanna document, like it’s so obvious to me
what’s gonna happen daily being snapchat,
like our execution needs like 4 months.
It’s gonna be so fucking crazy.
Well, a lot of people don’t understand this execution
and we put the pieces in place of full execution.
I don’t think anything valuable comes fast.
There’s a lot more of the Gary Vaynerchuk success story
than the overnight 24 months-
everything-happened-for-you success story
I wish I did this 7 years ago,
I wish you got to see the last 7 years.
Every minute. Every day.
Don’t come in here you budy!
– 嘿！D-rock！- 嗯
They’re not letting us upstairs, cause I don’t have shoes, but some sneakers.
– 约翰 加里在这- 我没法穿卡其裤
-Gary is here, John.-I can’t get my chino.
Alright, They’re letting him up, Ok?
How many people in this room have sent an emoji?
Read and text in the last 6 months. Here you come!
Hold on. Hold’em up.
There are bullnuts met in here who sent…
who sent a piece of poop with eyes on it.
– 不是吧 他们直接进来了？- 对
-No way. They just come in? -Yeah.
Is this how thick it’s gonna be?
I do I realized this when we did it.
I guess this is gonna help
put a cherry on top of the Sundae of like,
the work is the work.
There’s no talking about it. There’s no going on the #askgaryvee show of pontificating.
I’m excited for you guys to continue on this journey
因为 呃 做好筋疲力尽的准备吧
because, uh, get ready to be very exhausted.
Can’t break this Gary Vaynerchuk, how are you?
Super well. I haven’t my calendar that were recording today.
我就在门口 你有…… 那真（蠢）
I’m at the door. Do you have… That’s (insane)
Fuck man, Fuck!
– 人们不把企业家精神当做一种技巧- 对
-People don’t think of entrepreneurship as a skill.-Right.
他们不觉得他们可以成为勒布朗 或者九寸钉 或是50美分
They don’t think they can be LeBron or be you know, Nine Inch Nails, or be 50 Cent.
But everybody looks at me and says, “I can do that.”
If you right now – as you are running through the airport,
or driving on a highway, or going to a job,
you, my friend, are not an entrepreneur.
You may have enterpreneurial tendencies.
就我的观点看 成为一个企业家 一个纯种企业家的
Being an entrepreneur, a pure-bred entrepreneur, the way that I see it,
is somebody who doesn’t even have the ability to have ever had a job.
The reason I was an F student,
and I’d like to think most of you realize at this point-
I’m no dope. I’m not a dummy.
It was because I couldn’t deploy, going through that machine,
which was built to go get a job,
and I wasn’t horning the skills that I knew I had to have to be who I was,
and I knew this at 9 years old.
Amazing dog. Beautiful.
What a dog. I don’t even like dogs.
我喜欢人类 我一点都不在乎树 大自然和动物
I like humans. I don’t give a shit about trees, motherfucking nature, animals.
I’m all about people.
I know that bothers a lot of people,
but it bothers me when so many people don’t like people,
每个人都对我很生气 他们这么说“噢 你不喜欢狗 你是坏人”
like, everybody always get so mad at me when you’re like, “Oh, you don’t like dogs, you’re bad guy”,
“you don’t care about Mother Nature, you’re bad guy!”
Most of you won’t like other people.
You are bad guy!
Tell you the No.1 thing that scares the fuck out of me.
Nice watches of Ferraris. Here’s what I mean:
Do not sell these people bullshit.
It’s gotta be real, it’s gotta be valuable.
Because you will make money, but your grandkids are gonna think you’re a dick.
嗯 对 明白了
Yeah, right. Understood.
-You build an actual fucking business.-Yeah.
You’re not a fucking self-help coach that only sells info products.
It comes down to very simple things,
which is do not get caught up in taking a fucking pretty picture, like
on a vacation, on fucking boat on Instagram,
and selling these people bullshit.-Yeah.
-Everybody’s doing that.-It’s everywhere you go.
-You build a business, that’s what you pound on.-Ok.
-And if you happen to be motivating and charismatic.-All the better.
All the fucking better.
I think documenting your journey on…
还是那句话 在媒体上 包括你的个人博客 油管
again: medium, your own personal blog, YouTube,
SoundCloud, Anchor, you know, on and on and on,
Snapchat, on and on and on,
of you going through this journey,
我是说 要是现在有关于Vera Wang
I mean, it would be really cool to have content right now
about when Vera Wang started learning,
like, literally learning how to… how to create a dress, right?
What do you think are the key ingredients to a good story?
I think the best ingredient to a good story
is understanding what your audience wants to hear.
哈哈哈 好的 不错
Hahaha… Ok, cool.
And so, because I have so much listening capability
and so much empathy,
I’m able to really understand what they want to hear now.
What I think makes a great storyteller is not a good one,
is understanding what your audience wants to hear,
and understanding what you should tell them predicated on that,
and allowing the authentic, most high-value information
get to them instead of pandering, or manipulating them.
Then move to fucking Denver, bitch!
Because that’s the current law!
Guy: Great! Great!
Why do I hate Texas with all my heart,
because I… yeah, stay… I’ll tell you exactly right to your face.
我讨厌德克萨斯州 我……听着 我比你们厌恶这个体系的程度还要讨厌休斯敦
I hate Texas. I… listen, I hate Houston more than you fucking hate the system right now.
because I built a wine business where I shipped the wine
and this fucking bullshit assets, they took specs money, the politicians,
and blocks only one store from shipping the Texas- me,
because I was at the top of the heap.
I was formulating the sales here,
saving all Texas people money because I was creating competition.
And the wholesalers, three of them, paying your fucking bullshit-assed Houston politicians
to block me from shipping here.
And one day I got a letter and said, “you can’t ship here anymore.”
So what am I supposed to do? I can open a store in fucking Texas
and throw down, or I can adjust!
That’s what you have to do.
Nobody gives a fuck about your feelings, bro.
Who’s an entrepreneur in here, raise your hand?
Let me give you one really really good piece of advice:
Speed is 4 billion times more important than perfection.
The amount of you that are crippled by getting shit right,
instead of getting shit done is insane.
And it is an absolute variable to success in an entrepreneur land
where you have to do something in those couple years or you’re fucking dead.
Go talk to ninety-year-olds, they regret.
他们谈后悔 几乎都说 我希望我之前做了什么我跟他们谈过！
They talk about regret, I wish I did, literally inevitably. I do this!
I wish is the opening line.
Hey, man! Tell me about your life.
This is what I do! And that’s what I did in my 20s.
I spoke to a lot of old people. They limbed it and that… ruly.
毫不夸张地说 每个机场 每个公园里
Literally, one by one at airport or airport, park or park,
event or event, bar or bar
everyone of them, every one of them,
all of them started with “I wish”.
All of them.
Pretty cool, huh?
The office is so intense, look at this!
Statue of Liberty.
Alright! My room is legit, guys!
I don’t want to look at it, I’m so excited.
Look, if you want something to happen,
you can’t just visualize it, this isn’t the secret shit.
You need to actually have a plan on how you’re going to get there.
and more importantly, the bigger your ambition is,
the more patience you have to deploy against it.
the more work you have to put against it.
It is just the way it is.
Obviously your talent is a variable great you’re
You’re gonna crush it and make it in 6 months.
Do you, that’s fine just how I see it.
And so the audacious wants and needs of
buying a valley from business standpoint.
a professional football team, even back then when it wouldn’t just worth a billion.
我早就知道这会是一项50亿 60亿 70亿美元的计划
I knew this was going to be a 5, 6, 7 billion dollar execution.
So even though I did great in the wine business, even though crushin had popped,
and I was building the Garyvee thing, like
and even though I had invested in Facebook, Twitter and Tumblr at that point,
I still had the self-awareness, even though everything was showing me
with my investing that I could make a lot of money that way.
I still had the self-awareness that for me
what I thought was going to be my best opportunity was to go
and not start a brand.
The idea of creating the next Captain Crunch
versus buying Captain Crunch
when the company that owned it
didn’t manage it well and wanted to sell it off,
there was just no no comparison.
On stage and I thought a really interesting thing to talk about
would be self-awareness.
If I could spend 2 to 3 minutes with all of you
and make you understand that self-awareness is probably the single most important thing
that you can spend time on for your outcome, for your future life,
it would be so exciting to me, if hundreds or thousands of people left here today,
started really realizing who they actually were,
what are you actually good at.
Are you actually in a position to be successful?
What do you like doing?
Because the opportunities are endless,
the problem is we are scared to do different things,
because the fundamental core reality is
we worry about what other people think,
we worry about getting judged if we fail.
One thing that I’ve been very blessed with is
I’ve traveled the world quite a bit for business and speaking
and one thing that a lot of people may not understand is
that entrepreneurship does not work in a lot of other countries,
because failure is a scarlet letter.
在这 美国 我们非常幸运
Here, in the US, we’re so lucky that
that entrepreneurship is met with when you fail,
you pick yourself back up and you go.
And to me that is unbelievable and we are blessed to be in that ecosystem.
and we need to take full advantage of it.