Are You Working Hard Enough? shared by Gary Vaynerchuk

Talent is cheaper than table salt. What separates the talented individual from the successful one is a lot of hard work.

-Stephen King-

Do you think you work hard enough? Are you moving toward your goals or do you feel like you’re just treading water? Can you be honest with yourself that you may need to get motivated and start hustling? Today’s Daily Dose shared by Gary Vaynerchuk could help.

Gary takes us through a quick preview of how he gauges the hustle and grind of people in his industry. He shares that most people do what comes easy; they “right hook and rarely jab”.  Often we look at those with massive financial, relationship or creative successes and misjudge them as simply “lucky”, dismissing the hard work they endured. In this short clip, Gary shows us how to engage with our passions rather than merely participate in them.

Gary Vaynerchuk is a self-made media guru who began his career growing his family’s wine business via social media and YouTube. Gary hosts two shows on his YouTube channel. On #AskGaryVee he answers questions about entrepreneurship, startups, and family businesses. His second is #DailyVee, a vlog that follows Gary’s day-to-day life. Find Gary on Instagram and Twitter as well.

Spend some time with Gary and you will become more passionate and engaged with your life’s work. Many thanks to Gary for the wealth of guidance he has provided to entrepreneurs and family businesses; awesome work and a great legacy.

Thanks for reading; hope you all enjoy Gary’s work as much as I have.

Remember, Stay Wise! Check out 3 Wise Reads by Gary below:

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