The self-promotional wine entrepreneur turned social media star still has his share of critics. My belief is that the best way to gain a following is to put out as much daily content as you can (of course, I'm referring to quality content here… but don't forget that quality is subjective ;). Whatever it is you may be doing, putting out pictures or drawings on Snapchat, or photos on Instagram, or a video or written blog, you need to be getting as close to that as possible and focus on it EVERY DAY.
There is no way "time is the asset" video isn't going to grow in views. I read Ryan Holiday 's Ego is the Enemy and have started reading The Obstacle is the Way. Forget about all the good things that are happening to me. When things weren't as good as long as my parents and my siblings were alive at the time and then later my wife and kids, like it's good,” Vaynerchuk impact theory said.
It means an even more in-depth analysis of where your consumer's attention is. For instance, Facebook is the most used social media app in South Africa with 14 million users but is considered outdated by fourteen-year-olds because their parents are on it, and are signing up to Snapchat and instead.
I'd love to know, what did you think of this video? Vaynerchuk seems to think that a larger amount of quality content is directly linked to higher odds of success on overly competitive markets. The only advice I can give you is to audit yourself and figure out what makes you work the hardest.
A few weeks ago I found this 3 words motivation on Facebook, so I wanted to share this with you. Personally, an uncomfortable situation like this would have knotted my stomach to the point where I couldn't think of anything else. Nicholas Vujicic is one of the greatest motivational speakers the world has ever seen.