back in 2006, gary vaynerchuk started a daily video show that turned wine criticism on its head. more importantly, it took his family wine business from $3 million-a-year to a $60 million-a-year ecommerce juggernaut.
from there, gary did something that surprised a lot of people, including me. he started a digital marketing agency called vaynermedia.
wait … what? why would someone who could move that level of product want to build a service business? isn’t that going backwards?
not so fast. as you’ll hear in this candid interview, gary’s plan involves what has now become familiar to unemployable listeners — doing this thing now in order to set the stage for bigger and better things down the road.
in other words, true entrepreneurs are always playing the long game. listen in for amazing insights from one of the most outspoken advocates for the unemployable.
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