March 30, 2020
#AskGaryVee Episode 108: E-Commerce, Elevators, & Aliens

#AskGaryVee Episode 108: E-Commerce, Elevators, & Aliens

– On this episode, we talk about e-commerce, Twitter search, and self awareness. (hip hop music) You ask questions, and I answer them. This is the #AskGaryVee Show. Hey everybody,
this is Gary Vay-ner-chuk and this is episode 108 of the #AskGaryVee Show. Hey guys, you can go back to your, you know, Well Katie, get prepared, because anything is possible at any time. Alright India, let’s get into, why don’t you show India when I say this? I think it’s just, or do you think it’s more interesting, Okay India, let’s get into the show. It’s kind of weird to
have you on the right side of me
– [India] Yeah, it’s weird. – I’m like, I feel discombobulated, – [India] I’m left handed, so,
– Are you lefty? – [India] Yeah.
– Makes so much sense. – [DRock] We all are. – [India] We’re all lefties. – All three of you?
– [DRock] Yep. – [Voiceover] Yuvraj asked, “What is the one thing that is
still missing according to you “in the ecommerce space?” – This time it’s answered, Yuvraj. So I think the one thing missing in ecom right now. There’s a couple things
that are, not are missing, but I’m very curious
and completely obsessed with who’s gonna be
the first ecom player that is mobile only? Or like, disproportionately mobile first, comma, then, I mean, I almost want
their desktop ecom site to almost be broken, like in the way that people
were broken on mobile two or three years ago. I think there’s a play, and a way to disrupt Amazon or other players in niche spaces, where you are so natively mobile, as all the behavior goes this way, maybe even mobilly this way, that the thing that’s missing is, in the way that Twitter
and Instagram became mobile for social networks, and really had a big win in that way, a Snapchat, I do think there’s an
evolution of ecom players that are mobile first in their attack, and so I’m excited about that, I think there’s going to
be a player that emerges in the next half decade that is very mobile-centric, and mobile only, maybe, even, which I think would be a big stance and an interesting stance, and one that, you know, would almost be a marketing ploy that doesn’t work on desktop, if you really wanna bet
on three, four, five, six, seven years out, which I believe ecom
behavior on mobile devices will be extraordinary, so, the thing that’s missing is the opportunity at hand for that mobile execution in ecom. – [Voiceover] Ryan asked, “What environment is best for you “to have successful business meetings in? “Conference room, restaurant, in flight?” – RD, for me, I’m looking to do these meetings anywhere possible at all times. I will sell and biz dev, and make the action happen on a flight, on a toilet, in the office, outside, at a ballgame, walking the halls, in the bathroom, I don’t give a crap, I said bathroom twice. Think about that, that is like, that is where my mindset is on this, which is I will go anywhere inappropriate. I will go, I would go anywhere. You wanna meet at, you know, you wanna meet at a funeral
parlor to close a deal? I’m interested, just
give me the directions, I’ll be there in a minute. So I think, to me, it
doesn’t matter where it is, or how it goes down, I’m comfortable in all
environments and business settings. You know, conference rooms, you know, are fine, I don’t have a problem with that either, I don’t want to be cool
and do it anywhere, like, I’m just, I’m
really up for whatever, when it comes to closing a business deal or doing some biz dev, and so, not some cool place like a coffee shop, not some sterile old school place, like a conference room, literally everything in between, just anywhere. – [India] You’re about
to get a meeting invite at the funeral parlor, I bet. (laughing) From Manning Elevators, – Yo meet me at the grave. It’s going down. (laughing) – [Voiceover] Manning
Elevator wants to know, “How do I use Twitter search for something “as unique as elevators?” – That’s a good question. I love talking about Twitter search, it’s something we haven’t
talked about in a long time. I think Twitter search is the most interesting
functionality in Twitter, maybe besides video replies, which I’ve been knocking out of the park. I think that that’s a tough one. You know, first of all, is it elevator repairs? Are they selling elevators? – [India] I think that it’s, What are they doing? To me, you know, Twitter
search is amazing, but there’s clearly certain
very narrow niche things that may not over index
in that environment, you know, I see India’s doing some work to try to figure this out. If you’re doing elevator repair or selling elevators, you know, Twitter’s not going
to be the most fertile grounds of people being like, you know, I feel like I’m building
a building right now as a developer in 2015, to, – [India] They make them
and they do the upkeep. – Yeah they make them and upkeep them. You know, I don’t think these developers, in today’s day and age, maybe in 20 years, something like Twitter, but I don’t think a developer’s like, “Hey building a building, “wondering what to do with the elevator.” You know, I think you’re better off going into the content game, maybe creating an infographic
of like seven unknown facts of elevator upkeep, and then
making that a Slideshare and a Pinterest pin, and then directing it into LinkedIn, and running ads against the
people that make those decisions you know, at developer firms. So I don’t think Twitter search is probably worth your while, I think the other thing you could do if you decide to make a very
heavy consumer-facing brand, I think the one whitespace for B2B people is to make some, make
really intriguing videos that aren’t boring, that could create
general awareness, right? I think general awareness, when you think about
Intel, it’s a chip, right? But there’s general awareness around it, and you start looking for it. There may be a play
where you make videos that are, whether they’re funny, whether they’re intriguing,
thought provoking, emotional, videos for B2B companies that create mass awareness, that then allude to, we’re
sitting in a room as developers, and saying, you know, we’re
building out the scope, and of course we’re
looking at RFPs and RFIs and looking at, like the cost, but, you know, having
our brand top of mind is good to even get into that play, and that’s branding versus sales. Twitter search is
a non-recommended play, in June 3rd, is it June 3rd? On June 3rd, 2015, on elevator manufacturers
and service providers, not a recommendation. No, no, no. – [Voiceover] Jason wants to know, “Who do you ask when you have
life or business questions?” – Jason, this is my
strength and my weakness, and so I want to set that up immediately. I ask absolutely nobody. It is insane, I think about this all the time, and I truly, and you know what, it’s funny, subconsciously
I said it’s my strength and my weakness, I guess
maybe that answer’s my 51/49 question of, is it a strength or a weakness? I do think about it a lot. I do wonder why I’m not
really mentored out, even with the most amazing
dad who’s in the business, you know, I was mentored, you know, and maybe this
is just the way I roll, maybe I’m being mentored by example. You know, I think my parents, my parents, you know, it’s funny, I’m gonna be a different parent I think, and sit down with my kids, and do my spiel, I mean I love doing this, imagine me as a dad, I’d be like, kid, when the wind blows, you know, I’m just gonna like you know, do shit like that. You know, like, I never really went that route, I watched my parents, and maybe I watch other people. And I, you know, Steve Ross, who’s my LP and investor partner now, one of the most successful businessmen of the last hundred years in the US. You know, I have full access to
him at a scary level, and I don’t hit him up for, like, what do you think? And this is a guy who
owns a football team, you know, 5 billion dollar man, and I never sit down and ask him, I’m like, let me tell you. It’s in me, again, it’s either a
strength or a weakness, but the true answer to the
question is absolutely nobody. I’m a big believer that people should see a psychiatrist, and
vent, and like do that, I don’t do that, even though
I believe in it tremendously, I don’t think I’m a hypocrite, because the truth is, it’s stunning, and by the way, if I ever go through a, if I ever went through a sustained 36 hour period
of being really upset, I would do it in a heartbeat, I would change my behavior, but I am so scared, and so blessed and so thankful, and so grateful for the perspective that
I have as a human being, which is, you just can’t
wrap your head, my friends, VaynerNation, you just
cannot wrap your head around the excitement that I would have in my body, if all the things on paper that seemed like my successes would disappear tomorrow. Obviously I want to take care of my family and put a roof over their heads, and those kinds of things. But you do not understand
my lack of taste for caviar like I just don’t give a shit. Like I love the game. You know why I love the
Jets and the Knicks? Because they don’t win. Do you understand? And so for me, the fear of
failure is not a fear at all, as a matter of fact I would argue that I have more a fear for success than I have fear for failure, and so, because of that, I don’t know, it puts me in a very happy place. I don’t look for advice,
because the truth is, I don’t want to screw anything up. I don’t want to speak to somebody to vent, because I don’t want to
screw anything up, like, I feel like the chemicals
are aligned right now, and I’m very happy. I’m super duper duper happy. – [India] Cool, that’s good. – Cool. – [India] Last one from Ryan, – Ryan.
– [India] And there’s a funny bonus – Look at MAQ’s outfit today. Let’s just show the nation. He’s looking good with that. He’s got that mustard going. And that collar’s legit. Yeah, the mustard. (laughing) He’s got that mustard. Brought the mustard. Alright, let’s go. – [Voiceover] Ryan asked, “How can you claim family first, “but work 19 hours a day? “How can you be a good dad dash hubby, “and rarely be home?” – Yeah, so this is a great question, and I like the zing of
the hashtag at the end, what’s the name? – [India] His name is Ryan. – Ryan, let me explain
something to you, partner, and everybody else who asks
me about this question. This is a very legit question, and so I’m not angry or
looking to zing back, because you’re right. This has a lot to do with decisions that my wife and I have made about the way I storytell my life versus the way I
storytell my private life. You know, I look at things
in net gain form, right? For example, let’s just ask my phone, this is actually very convenient. Didn’t even think about this, because I didn’t really
know the questions today. Let’s just, let’s just zoom it in, DRock. Let’s just zoom in where
I was this morning, because I worked out at 6, right? You tell me when. And you may not be able to pull it off. You think you’re gonna
be able to pull it off? – [Voiceover] Can you hold it closer? – I can.
– [Voiceover] A little bit more.
– Yep. – [Voiceover] Yep, and, there we are.
– Good. So look. Look at this. Ha, ha, ha. I went to the kindergarten
play today, right? I went to the kindergarten play, as a matter of fact I was
there half an hour early to be first in line at the
kindergarten play this morning. And, you know, look, oh look, look at this stuff that I never share, and this one you’re gonna
have to blur out DRock, because this is the
point of the answer, but, here we go, let’s just see
the last couple of videos that we’re taken. Oh look, look at these videos. Look at these videos of,
you know, kids, singing. You know, kids singing. Yeah, kids. My friends, here’s what
this one comes down to, and I have enormous
amounts of empathy and self awareness to why
this question is asked all the time when I
talk about 19 hour days, and when I’m,
DRock and I and Staphon put out a
day in the life video, and it shows all this, and nobody wants to envy it, I’m playing in extremes. First and foremost, when there are important events like this, you know, the kind of things
that my dad never came to, because he set the foundation to it, I’m there, I’m at the play, I’m at the recital, and I’m at this, I’m there. On weekends, I am all in. All in my friends, all
in on weekends, right? I’m not playing four hours
of golf like a lot of you. I’m not doing a lot of other things that a lot of people are doing, I’m all in on the kids, right? Then, I’m taking, oh I don’t know, seven weeks of vacation, which is probably in the ballpark of four, five weeks more than you, right? More than you, which is high quality time, all in, every second, and so, yes, maybe I’m playing Monday through Friday, you know, 40 weeks a year, at an
intensity that’s different, but, I have found
my cadence, my rhythm, my balance with my
spouse and my children, predicated on playing it that way, and I’m finding a lot of
quality time with them in these extremes, and so, you know, I think, I never judge or ask or tell anybody how to raise their family or do their thing. The other thing I’ve decided is, unlike a lot of my contemporaries, and a lot of social media experts, who, I don’t think exploit their kids on social networks, but I
would say are intriguing about being so obsessed with
getting likes and hearts that they know that when
they use their cute kids, they get more, it’s kind of, I’ve been in many conversations, sitting right here at conferences, I’m right here, but I’m listening always, you know, because that’s how I roll, and I’m doing my thing, and I’ve heard many people talk about strategies around how, oh
put your kids and stuff, you’ll get more likes. I’m like, really? So, you know, I’ve chosen, my wife has chosen, we have chosen, to, you know, as you guys know, there
are very few pictures or any kind of public pictures
of my wife or my kids, it’s just what’s comfortable to us, so I’m very self aware about the rationale to
why people may question my ability to be a good dad or do my thing, the other part of this answer is, Misha and Xander are 3 and 6, this is the system, and they were 2 and 5 five seconds ago, and, (mouth noises) You know, as things evolve, as they’re in softball and soccer, and football, and this and that, you know, I’ll adjust, and my schedules will change, and you know, a big thing in 2016 I’ve been
giving a lot of thought to is coming home every day at 5pm for 30, 40 minutes to eat or bathe, and so I’ll adjust, and I’ll try, and I’ll hustle and I’ll work, and I’ll continue to always
struggle with work-life balance, given my happiness and my ambition, my selfishness around work, however, there are a lot
more things going on here than just the things you’re
making assumptions on, rightfully so, given the
content that I’m putting out, but that’s why even that video we talked about and ended with, and big ups to Alex on
our team to push this, which really made that video whole, which was that’s me, do you, and so, I feel super cozy about the time allocation, I would also argue, my friend, about quality, because
plenty of people work 9 to 5, come home, drink a beer, watch TV, play video games, and
spend, oh I don’t know, six seconds yelling at
their kids to do homework, and so, there’s quantity, which, you know, I like to think I’m maybe playing a good game on extremities, and then there’s also quality, like you know, actually
having a relationship, like actually having a conversation, actually spending quality time, actually looking them in the eye, actually, actually, actually, so, that’s my answer to
that question, friends. – [Voiceover] Euan asked, “Do you believe in aliens?” – I do believe in aliens. – [India] Cool. – I’m not sure if I do. Let’s talk about this for a second. There’s more gray, in my opinion, DRocK, this is not an official question. Do you believe in aliens? – It’s, probably,
– [Gary] As a matter fact, you know what? I’m not even gonna listen to your answer. But do you believe in aliens? Straight up.
– Yes. – [Gary] Like on the record forever. – Yes.
– Okay. Do you Staphon?
– [Staphon] No. – DRock? – [DRock] I’m unsure, I’m on the edge. – DRock you have to answer the question. Life on the line, yes or no? Simple. Simple, it’s not really complicated. – [DRock] I’m gonna say yes. – Cool me too. I think that, I think
space goes way further than our solar system. What I’m curious about,
and way more intrigued by is I actually think there’s
another Gary Vaynerchuk in a different world. – [Staphon] I believe that
when you believe in aliens, – Really? Like,
– [Staphon] Someone that looks just like someone
– Yeah, I mean, I’m so curious if Gary
in a different galaxy is crushing it, or is a (bleep) loser. (laughing) Question of the day, do you believe in aliens? You keep asking questions, I’ll keep answering them. Thanks for watching on YouTube, I know I’ve been pushing
the Facebook videos, but the YouTube crew
means a ton to me, appreciate you. And the other thing,
and I’ve been watching, I know the NSA thing is weird, a lot of you haven’t subscribed yet. Do it.

100 thoughts on “#AskGaryVee Episode 108: E-Commerce, Elevators, & Aliens

  1. @Gary Vaynerchuk Props to you for answering personal questions about your family, even though you don't owe anyone an explanation!  Your family life should always be private and you do a good job with that.  I bet you're a kick-ass father and your kids are lucky to have someone with such a huge capacity for empathy & excitement!

  2. QOTD: I'm sure aliens exist. Have they visited our planet or know about us, probably not. We cant be the only intelligent beings in the entire universe.

  3. Great insight into your family work/life balance. I think it is something every hard working person with a family struggles with. I am also constantly auditing how I roll as the kids get older.

  4. Love the answer on the work/life balance. Odd enough, I kind of already knew your answer to that, and was expected, just knowing the kind of guy you are. Good stuff, I feel the same way. 

    QOTD: Hell yes. To think we are the only intelligent beings in this entire universe is ridiculous.

  5. #QOTD: I do believe that in this vast universe their is the definite possibility of life beyond our planet.

    Thanks for another great show #askgaryvee  , being a family man with 9 children myself, and volunteering our time for our local businesses via our website, I consistently work 15+ hour days, and although I work from home and see the kids everyday, it's the #quality  of the time that counts, not the #quantity  – My kids know I love them, and that every single minute of my time is devoted to their future.  And that's what counts.  Knowing at the end of the day you put 150% into all that you do, and pray your children learn from your example…  Kids do what you do, not what you say…  I take my hat off to you #GaryVee  for mastering that work/life balance, and still taking the time to give back to all of us who value your show!  THANKS AGAIN!

    I have a question:  What is the reason that none of the employees in the background have secondary monitors?  I know you are a beast on making every minute count, and having secondary monitors is a minimal cost compared to increased production benefit.  Do think having only one monitor increases focus, or is this something you haven't even considered?   #doboth   #justcurious

    One More Question: How would you go about marketing an entire county? We seem to think we're doing a good job, but what's the best way to approach marketing an entire county or city? We'd love to hear your thoughts!!

  6. You are simply great Gary, i wrote you several times, and i will go on till you respond:D 
    So i develop Charity Games , mobile games that generate money for children in need, and i would like to get your advice how to raise awareness (there is already a crowdfunding going on ) but i want wo be waay more effective! HOW CAN I ACHIEVE THIS GARY???

  7. Gary, there's a theory in quantum physics called the "Many Worlds" theory which theorizes an infinite amount of dimensions. So there are an infinite amount of alternate Gary's out there. Definitely lots of you doing the opposite of crushing it. Then there's probably a version of you that's a Pharaoh. Then possibly one where you're just a cat. Infinities can get really weird, man.

  8. QOTD: Heck yes! The vastness of the universe just makes it seem probable. Finding out no life exists outside of our own Earth would be a far more insane discovery, according to my zero experience in the scientific field.

  9. GARY: @Gary Vaynerchuk  Small critique for your show but something you should think about. I've noticed recently that some of the questions picked for the show aren't very helpful to the masses, (like how to make elevators interesting). I think (my, one opinion) it would be more helpful for your audience to hear more about you. For instance, I tweeted at you asking if you believe your show is a success so far, and what insights you have gained from it so far. You're an inspiration to me and I want to learn more about what you have learned being in a position that I want to be in one day. A lot of Vaynernation have to be aspiring entrepreneurs, so hit them with great information on the mindset and insights you have had to get in your position!
    Thank you so much – I say this with the utmost respect brother.
    and #QOTD : Of course, It is way more likely that they DO exist, than not exist. You got to believe!

  10. You don't have to explain yourself @Gary Vaynerchuk – keep producing the content bro – great work 🙂

  11. QOTD: Yes. I believe that LIFE is very common in the universe. There are even signs of it on Mars based on science from the rovers.

    However, sentient life is a rare thing. I'm not saying this as a joke. The conditions for it to develop and thrive are difficult to achieve in the universe.

  12. Killer Episode @Gary Vaynerchuk Love the background on this episode for some reason. Complete Amber. Pretty rad look.

  13. My mentor always said you can have it all if you plan for it!!  Clearly from your answer on family time you follow the same philosophy… Quality time vs quantity!!  And YES, I believe in Aliens!! Thank you for your insight

  14. QOTD: Hey Gary, this universe is way too big to not consider that there might actually be life out there. Personally, I would be surprised to find out that it's just us, out there in the cosmos.

  15. Hello Gary. I saw one of your videos that you talked about "Focusing on your strengths." I really need your advice/opinion. I know my weakness and my strength. I am a gamer. I play games in a group (consist of 8 people) that does world competition. I am good at focusing at one thing for long hours without loosing concentration. I am patient, quiet, focused. I am not good at doing more than two things at the same time (when I do, I perform gets lower on either one), for example, talking/chitchatting and playing game at the same time. I hear that I need to be more vocal, speak up more, and talk more. I do call out things that I need to that are neccesarry during the game, but I hear that I need to speak up more because I talk little during raid. I am not talkative person, I am more of a quiet listener. What do you think of my situation? Do you think I should really just focus on my strengths and stop trying to be talkative that I am not really good at? When I tried to improve my weakness, and tried to talk more and alot, I find myself talking about the things that are not honestly, naturally coming out, and that are not that necessary and it felt THAT isn't me and really hard for me. It felt like I am trying to be something that isn't really me, and it takes a lot of energy from me. I am really confused and asking your opinion. In the field of world competition gaming, communication IS important. Should I keep try to be more talkative and try to improve my weakness?

  16. I think we have to redefine "e-commerce."  Uber is e-commerce, it's an all mobile play.  The idea that "e-commerce" is about buying products is an old school way of thinking.  I think we've already seen your all mobile e-comm play, it's Uber. There are more lurking, we just have to change our definition of e-commerce to find them.

  17. I was more than sure that you do something like that with your family time, because I do the same, Great Work Gary, Dale con todo !! 😉

  18. Definitely believe in aliens. In an infinite universe there are an infinite amount of Gary V's. So you're definitely a loser in another universe and probably more of a hustler in another (yea, it's possible). 

    Side note: I've watched, probably 4 of the 108 episode's on YouTube and listened to the other 104 on the podcast, in the car. Definitely enjoy the video a lot more.

  19. @ 13:00…. I love this Gary!!!  I love how you prove yourself and your intents and actions as time progresses!!!  Slice through the doubt and keep rocking!!!  
    Love, Light, Luck (and LIFE!!!)

  20. RE the aliens part…. Think too of if/how they can access the internet (and our own individual lives!)

  21. #QOTD: YES!I do believe in aliens as in other intelligent life forms outside of this planet.

  22. Really profound episode today Gary!!
    #QOTD: I believe that there is some form of life out there but the real question is how elaborated that kind of life really is.

  23. Gary what are the main points you would like to see in a marketing plan for an social networking App? Thanks #AskGaryVee

  24. Favorite part of your answer in relation to awareness and family time is that you and your wife have talked about all this and your lifestyle and have come to agreement. Loved hearing that.

  25. Yes. Along with that there's some disinformation out there about it which points away from it, suggesting the opposite is actually happening.

  26. @Gary Vaynerchuk Guys. Probably the best answer I have ever heard today was on this show. I got like chills, and that probably sounds weird, but I got chills when you said "I don't have a taste for caviar…I don't care about the money, I just care about the hustle and the game." So dope. Make an info graphic and a shirt right now. Love it.

  27. India's Myntra ( went mobile only a few weeks back. No desktop site available anymore.

    It's a huge site here. Was acquired by Flipkart last year.

  28. "… Ill meet anywhere….I don't give a crap…." @Gary Vaynerchuk  you said toilet and bathroom and crap… I think you give a crap more than most people 🙂

  29. aliens? Of course. Seems silly to believe we're the only manifestation of physically focused intelligence in all of space which is a vastness so vast that we can't even wrap our tiny little brains around how big "space" even is.

    Take all the real-life evidence off the table, call b.s. on all of it…  Doesn't it still seem mighty arrogant to think we're the only form of intelligent life anywhere. 

    The close minded person who wants to argue that there's not intelligent life elsewhere is simply jumping to conclusions and, for whatever reason, is simply not willing to accept even the possibility of it. Because, I'm convinced, that if one looks at the subject with an open mind then it becomes quite clear and evident that there most certainly is "aliens" out there.

  30. #QOTD I think it's almost certain that aliens exist somewhere else in this vast universe. But probably not anywhere near Earth.

  31. This answers a "argument"/"Discussion" we had some time back. Totally digging that game man. Keep that rhythm. 😀 

    #QOTD: Dah

  32. #QOTD YES. I believe there is living organisms and intelligent life out there somewhere, but we'll never know about it. Great show Gary!

  33. Yes I believe aliens exist, there has to be some other life form out there, just from the sheer size of the universe which is bigger than our minds can comprehend. It's obnoxious to think we're the only ones.

  34. Your kids are super fortunate to have you as a dad. 🙂 Thank you for sharing everything you do and spreading your valuable insight to the world.

  35. I've only seen a few videos, but so far I think your best answers are in relation to time management and family. I always ask myself these questions for the future, but getting the answers is quite difficult.

  36. First off, big ups to all my fellow lefties!
    And yes, I believe in aliens.
    But to quote Arthur C. Clarke, "Two possibilities exist: either we are alone in the Universe or we are not. Both are equally terrifying"

  37. Hey, @Gary Vaynerchuk .  I noticed your calendar had "Ask Gary Vee" instead of " #AskGaryVee  ."  Do you usually use the hashtag and this was isolated?  In the same thought process do you market to yourself?

  38. #QOTD: Absolutely. the universe is huge. biological life at its most basic building blocks is rampant in space, there are millions of gallons of water floating around out there, look it up.

  39. #Elevators  like ThyssenKrupp OTIS. These Elevators are part of the most beautiful  buildings in the world and get used by millions of people every day. #content   #gogetem   #askgaryvee

  40. @Gary Vaynerchuk I actually I think there is a potential for Manning Elevators to use Twitter search to identify opportunities.  When you're trapped on an elevator…besides pushing the help button…you Tweet!   So it would be a great new biz locator beacon for an elevator repair company. #AskGaryVee

  41. @ Manning elevator
    JUST some ideas!!!! Use twitter search to help tell the stories of people who hate elevator rides, experiences, get stuck! etc… Help your clients see the need for improved elevator experience and traffic flow with your elevators over their current system… Just go search #stuckinelevator LOL there are lots of horror stories.

  42. QOTD: I neither believe, not don't believe. And I will maintain this position until I see with my own two eyes, or through empirical evidence, that there is or is not alien life out there. I am an 'alien agnostic'.

    All that said, if there are aliens out there, I doubt they're anything like the movies. we probably won't be able to survive their planet, or communicate, or even ever have the technology to reach them, and vice versa. But I guess we'll see!

  43. Wow, first time I see a question affecting Gary! 🙂

    Good and honest answer that should shut all of us up, even though we can feel it's the first time Gary is on a semi-defensive (as opposed to not fully offensive) on this question..!

  44. #QOTD yes i do think there is life out there they might not look like ET but who knows. Sounds like you and Lizzie are doing such a great job raising your kids. Behind every great man there is an even greater woman. Kudos to Lizzie and you of course for finding her. 👌

  45. According to quantum mechanics it is believed that there might be 11 universes, meaning there are 11 Gary Vaynerchuks! In one universe you might not be a businessman, in another you might not be married to your wife. It' crazy!

  46. my mentor is learning from my 3 Boss' mistakes. They are my teachers and the lessons learned is worth way more than the money you can make

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