#AskGaryVee Episode 51: Jacks of All Trades, Hiring, & SEO Rankings

By | August 30, 2019


– On this episode, I talk about hiring, specialization, and India’s in this episode twice. (hip-hop music) You ask questions and I answer them. This is the #AskGaryVee Show. Hey everybody, this is Gary Vay-ner-chuk, and welcome to epiosde 51 of the #AskGaryVee Show. Before I get into the show, I want to talk about my
coming out of basketball retirement morning because DRock is here and so is Staphon. They were two of the individuals at basketball this morning at 6:30. One thing that VaynerNation
should know is that is that DRock is terrible
at basketball but he is so terrible, that I actually had to stop
him earlier this morning and tell him how proud I was of him because for a man to go on
the court being that terrible and willing to continue
to try to get better, shows a lot about how
much self esteem he has, and he’s also clearly not
terrible at what he does and I’m just impressed with you, DRock. People might be thinking I’m making a joke just to razz you, I’m not. I appreciated your tenacity. The couple of times
you fouled me very hard and knocked me on the ground, you were also very kind
and asked me if I was okay and tried to help me up. My intuition is that
you’re just a good guy, not because of the boss dynamics, and I’m just a very big
fan of yours DRock. But, like, Staphon’s very good. (laughter) I also came out guns a-blazing. I just want the whole
VayerNation to not be confused. If I did not come out and play well, there would’ve been no
mention of basketball. Let’s get into the show. – [Voiceover] Andrew asks, “On
your team, is it better to have employees who’re
specialized in one thing, or people who can wear many hats?” – Andrew, I think the answer is both work. I think you need both in an organization of size, but I, you know, in a world of not trying
to be politically correct on this show, and, like, trying to draw some
real lines in the sand, I’m a huge fan of jack of all trades. Tons of people will tell you
that means you’re not good at any of them. I don’t agree. I think I’m really (beep)
awesome at 19 different things, and I’m watching even
the people in this room and this room get better
at different things. I hate when people use the excuse of I’m great at this,
and I go deep in this to not try to get better at other things. So, to make a 51-49 call,
which is what this is, which is, like, both matter,
both really do matter. DRock’s not good at basketball, but he doesn’t have to do
that for what he’s doing here. This one has a shot at being a meme. Makes Staphon so happy. But I won’t do the DRock, I’m gonna find something on somebody else. I’m gonna go with having multiple skills. I think it speaks to agility, and I love that. – [Voiceover] Anthony asks, “If
given an opportunity to swap VaynerMedia for the Jets, would you, and why or why not? Not really, right, Gary? – Anthony, I would switch VaynerMedia for the New York Jets in a hot second. Now, I would take along all the employees and make them all work at the New York Jets, and I’d assume, like,
of the 500 or so peeps that I could probably get,
like, 312 to come over. You know, or I would just create some weird advertising division within the New York Jets that
allowed me to keep everybody because I’ve fallen quite in love. I’m very in love with you guys. – Thanks, Gary. – You’re welcome. And so, you know, I’ve fallen in love with all these peeps, but I would do it, because I want to own the New York Jets, and that’s the bottom line. – Gary, my name is Zac. I’m the CEO and lead designer here at Power Labs, which
is a website design company, and my question for you today is: when you’re faced with two
equally qualified candidates, how do you choose which one to hire, assuming you only need
to hire one employee? I’m asking because I
recently needed to hire on a lot of new employees for 2015, and I appreciate your answer. Thanks, man. – Zac, so many things are
running through my head, all of them are gonna razz
you, which pisses me off, because I really appreciate
you watching the show, and you seem like an awesome dude. A couple things. No such thing as ‘equally qualified’, make a goddamn call, right, just make one. Number two, it seems like
you’re growing pretty well. There’s a weird part of me that’s trying to tell you to hire both of them. The only rationale is
that you can’t justify in any shape or form
within the first six months of 2015, you needing, there’s both so narrow,
back to the last question, great way that worked out, that you could never see you using them, because if you both, if you
love both of them so much, that you should absolutely hire them both. I’m a big fan of hiring
ahead of my growth. A lot of people are always like, how did you grow this so quickly? It’s because I am on the offense and I’m hiring ahead of my growth because I’m not worried about my margin. I’m not hiring enough that
I couldn’t make payroll if something weird happened, you know, and in a week I couldn’t make payroll, I’m leaving a cushion for practicality because I’m an immigrant
and I care about people and I wouldn’t want to have layoffs, but I’m always on the offense. So, the two big things
that pop off for me are, one, you know, are you indecisive or was it, like, the best thing to figure
out how to ask a question for the show, or if you really mean it, as a CEO, and, you know, and this is where, if you’re
CEO and lead designer, you need to put your CEO hat on and make a decision, and then, number two, as a CEO, you’re hiring a lot of people, there’s something weird,
I can’t tell you why, but there’s something weird that tells me you should hire both. – [Voiceover] Courtney asks, “Does it bother your
wife that you constantly spin your ring?” – No. Lizzie’s way too big picture for something as silly as that. This is what always pisses me off, right. You see me spinning the ring, and you decide, not you, but like, people decide, oh, he must be on his fifth ring. All my friends who never spin their ring and are very conservative
and don’t travel the world and don’t hustle 19 hours a day, all those people, they’re
on their third ring. Me? Right, you know, everybody talks about me being chaotic, and all this
stuff, and I’m like chaos and not tight and lists. Meanwhile, I don’t lost my phone, I haven’t lost my wallet, I don’t leave my bag. Meanwhile, all these people around me, the A-types, they’ve left their phone, they’ve lost their things, so, don’t sleep on my carelessness because it is dramatically smaller than most of you think. I could be chaos and
practical at the same time, and that’s what I am. And, so, Lizzie isn’t scared
of me spinning my ring because I’ll never lose it, got it? – [Voiceover] Mike asks, “How can I market a
video and rank on Google if I do not want to utilize YouTube? But willing to invest time and finances.” – Mike, this is an awkward question. The first thing that pops in my mind is, why don’t you wanna use YouTube? I’m trying to make conclusions here. Maybe you want it to be behind a paywall and get subscriptions? The energy of this question is off to me. I can’t wrap my head around why you would not want it on
YouTube in a world where, that is so much ‘by
accident’ business in there, because there’s so many eyeballs and you can SEO for it. You’re trying to SEO the video on Google when YouTube is the
number two search engine in the world and video
is native towards it. Again, every spidey sense is. Is that you wanna charge for it, which you can still do on YouTube and block it, like, you know, like, block it, like, there’s, this is off, brother. I’d love you to follow up
and give me some rationale, because I can’t find much. Somebody help me here, is there anybody got something for me? – [Steve] Unless he’s got some moral objection to YouTube. Google is the same company. – Maybe you hate YouTube and you’ve got a moral objection to YouTube, but Google is the same
company, you’re right. I can’t make this
connection point, and, boy, all of you’ve watched many shows, and many keynotes, and maybe Q and As, and this is the one thing. Maybe this is a catalyst
to live Q and A shows in the future of the #AskGaryVee Show. Maybe the people that are subscribed to my email service should get the only information of me
doing live Q and A shows in 2015, maybe that was a good opportunity to start teasing some
future opportunities. Yeah, good show. Dammit, god dammit. I had such a great question. I think of question, I’m all improv, but I had a good one this morning. I tried to regurgitate
it right now, it’s gone. Don’t even try to find it. It’s so gone, it’ll never be found. So, question of, question of the day. Oh, actually, before we go
into question of the day, I want you to show India. India did some, a piece
of a content, show her. So she’s ready. And then Steve, obviously,
is very involved, and I think it’s be inappropriate
to not show him as well. One of the exciting, new things is that garyvaynerchuck.com is gonna start pumping
out a lot more content. Think of me as like a news site as a human. So what I wanna specifically point to is the animated gif story
from, jif story, Steve, that I’m excited about, and you should check that out, and you should really, really check out what’s going on there. I think it’s, you know, a
lot of you watch my behavior, and emulate it, smartly, good move, and I think what we’re up to there is something worth peeking at. Hope you join me on
Saturday, it broke my heart that 99% of you yesterday
said you’re not coming, and I question your lack of commitment to the VaynerNation, especially people in, like, Pennsylvania and Delaware and Ohio, just, it doesn’t feel that
long to take a selfie. But, you know, you’ve decided that. Question of the day, still don’t have it. India, ask it. – What is the most amazing holiday give you ever received? – She’s so sweet. You keep asking questions,
I’ll keep answering them. Don’t forget to subscribe
to my YouTube channel. (hip hop music)

100 thoughts on “#AskGaryVee Episode 51: Jacks of All Trades, Hiring, & SEO Rankings

  1. Andrew Arrington Post author

    GIF is most certainly pronounced like the peanut butter JIF, pronounce it right or the people from IMGUR pronounced (M-GRR) (screw IMAGEUR) and reddit will pounce on these comment sections like Richard Sherman on the NFL sponsor rules, you might think you're ready, but you're not. All jokes aside appreciate the show! 

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  2. ryanakron Post author

    I went to buy tickets for Jersey last night but got distracted and got San Fran instead (>.<) Anything to get out of Ohio for a few days eh

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  3. Nurturing Neurons Post author

    You changed the ending nooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo! I loved the subscribe jabs!

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  4. Ruth Carter Post author

    Nice socks GV!

    The best holiday gift I've gotten was a hoodie my cousin had made with one of his original designs on the back.

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  5. Brandon DeJesus Post author

    I'm sure you know this but I will share anyway.  The Jets valuation is below.   As a kid my best christmas gift was an atari pac man game.  
    http://www.forbes.com/teams/new-york-jets/

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  6. Austin Evans Post author

    Gary, maybe mike didn't want to use YouTube because he's not comfortable with video..? (Which I could relate?) just a thought. Which id be curious of your thoughts on that…
    Also I'm stoked about more content from garyvaynerchuk.com coming out from now on. STOKED. Keep it coming!

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  7. Christopher Poirier-Kim Post author

    #QOTD: A surprise birthday party with all my friends because my birthday is the day after Christmas.. Can't wait for Saturday!

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  8. Luis Biggs Post author

    AOTD  when all three of my brothers and I went downstairs to brand new bicycles. It was the first time we ever had new bikes. Thought of that moment just the other day when I saw the old bike at my parents place last weekend. D.Rock keep up the good work! 

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  9. Evolving SEO Post author

    FOR MIKE: About the video question – read this post: http://moz.com/blog/video-seo-post-rich-snippets

    It explains that Google has cut back dramatically on showing non-YouTube videos in normal search results. So since July this has been a harder strategy.

    You can still create your own website/page and self-host with something like @Wistia – but you can only rank that page like any other website in Google, and it won't show it as a video ranking as it would have in the past. Pre-July it would have been more possible, but not so much now.

    This is a great post what you can still do with non-YouTube videos despite Google's recent changes: http://wistia.com/blog/your-new-video-seo-strategy

    cc @Gary Vaynerchuk 

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  10. Chris Myers Post author

    Great show today Gary. I just wanted to let you know that you've pushed me to start thinking outside of the box.

    I have started working on the groundwork of a YouTube channel with my 13 year old stepson that addresses the adolescent years in a comical light. It addresses serious problems and challenges such as bullying, family/home life, having a younger sibling that gets a lot more attention that the older child, and personal uniqueness.

    We haven't started filming yet but have a few scripts written. We plan on our first shoot being in the next couple of weeks. Thanks for the inspiration.

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  11. Barista de Casa Cafe Post author

    #QOTD My brother and I each received Tonka trucks 31 years ago and we both still have them today.

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  12. Ian Fields Post author

    On a random note, I've finally subscribed to your mailing list.

    QOTD: As cheesy as it sounds it has to be the memories made with family and friends. Those get better with time. 

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  13. Lakisha Toussaint Post author

    Maybe "Mike" is asking about viddler or vimeo? Would the question be more "wrap-able" that way?

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  14. Bryan Makowski Post author

    I also want to second that Zac should hire both candidates. If Zac isn't looking to hire additional help for that position in the near future then make a call. I've never come across identical candidates. Otherwise, bring both in and keep pushing that growth!

    #QOTD best holiday gift I can recently recall…my wife bought me a brand new BBQ!

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  15. Matt Shorty Wells Post author

    For the question with the fella who didn't want to use YouTube, I wonder if he's in Network Marketing. YouTube, as well as Vimeo, have take a pretty strong stand against MLM and so more than a few distributors, and companies, are making moves to no longer support YouTube and Vimeo. 

    Is that why Mike?

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  16. Reading Through History Post author

    A Dukes of Hazard three wheeler when I was about 9 years old!  

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  17. Geoff Bybee Post author

    Come here to AZ (or anywhere west coast ) and I will grab my second selfie! Great show here is my comment.
    QOTD Best gist ever was a honda 100xr dirt bike when I was 12

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  18. Chef Lizette Post author

    Would LOVE to see a "Jack-n-Jill of all Trades" tee-shirt!! I especially appreciate this gem of a topic.

    The art of mastering one thing has merits if you're getting on a plane, needing open heart surgery, or getting your taxes done, etc. However, most work environments don't operate under such narrow applications.

    I think there's tremendous value in having people around you who can shift gears and use multiple talents at once. It's a sign of flexible thinking.

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  19. Xanthi S23 Post author

    #QOTD  the WoW cataclysm expansion a few years back from my boyfriend. 

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  20. Doc Sheldon Post author

    QOTD Response: The most amazing holiday gift I ever received? As an early Christmas present in 1990, my wife told me she was pregnant with our daughter!
    @Gary Vaynerchuk, I refuse to let you make me feel bad for not hoofing it from coast to coast for your Saturday shindig. You'll just have to buck up and get by without me. Sheesh! Needy people!

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  21. Robert Hunter IV Post author

    I'm all about the Jack of all trades idea! But it has cost me when people want "5 years of this specific skill" or "this specific industry" as if skills aren't transferable. People who know a lot are able to learn a lot.

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  22. Robert Hunter IV Post author

    #QOTD Last year I did a secret Santa with my extended family. I asked whoever got me to take the money they would spend on a gift and make a charitable donation instead. On Christmas day I opened a card with a paper inside that read "a donation has been made…" and my heart just melted – it was the greatest gift ever!

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  23. Rigardo Post author

    Loved the show but you got to stop using the Lord's name in vain.

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  24. Bhavani Esapathi Post author

    My most amazing holiday gift was when I received my first Christmas stocking two years ago, I didn't know the concept of Christmas stocking and was absolutely thrilled at a big bright red velvet sock so you can imagine my surprise when I was told there were actually more presents on the inside! 🎉🎊🎈

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  25. Scott de Fasselle Post author

    I feel like the awkward question at the end really brought the energy of the show down. However, the good thing to come out of it was the mention of maybe more live Q&A shows. The live Q&A episodes early on were some of the best, in my opinion.

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  26. Anthony DeNardis Post author

    #QOTD: The greatest gift I ever received was my 1990 Patrick Ewing Starting Lineup! It was a stocking Stuffer and I cherished that piece of plastic for decades! 

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  27. Daniel Grose Post author

    Gary, I wish I could come this Saturday, but Im an entreprenuer with a family, and I HAVE to work Saturday, and I live in Memphis. Do this thing in Nashville and Ill be there, or in Februray when my seasonal business is less demanding and ill bring out the whole fam!!  Favorite Gift = kind of lame but these days my wife and I do nice dinners for holidays. Time is the valuable thing I can get and give, so an extra romantic evening with the MRS is better than stuff!

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  28. Anthony DeNardis Post author

    Vayner Nation!!!! Can we start a hashtag for the Meet & Greet this weekend at Wine Library??? So I can see the selfies with Gary Vee on Twitter?? #SeeGaryVee  or something? Be creative! 

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  29. Jon Jorgenson Post author

    Thanks for another great show Gary. Even though I live in NYC, I have two shows on Saturday, so I won't be able to make it out to Wine Library, but I will be following on Instagram. And perhaps making my first order from you guys as an apology for not showing up!

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  30. Matthew Smith Post author

    Best holiday gift: original NES when I turned 8. I turned 34 today, and I have no idea what I want, anymore.

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  31. F D Gifford Post author

    Best holiday gift ever? My older sister gave me a #Festivus Pole, with lights, and the opportunity for the my whole family to air their grievances with me, followed by feats strength.

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  32. Robert Wiesman Post author

    I am called disorganized but you never catch this guy leaving his phone, bag, etc. behind. Not a chance! Great show bro!

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  33. Ikaika Kaimi Post author

    The best holiday gift I ever received was while I was in Afghanistan in 2010 and I received three gorilla trunk full of candy food it is definitely amazing to have food from back home!

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  34. Taylor Olmstead Post author

    Dude, Gary. Love ya man. Can't do 7 hours in the car for a selfie though. Come tour some Ohio vineyards sometime though and I'm all in.

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  35. Bridget Willard Post author

    The greatest holiday gift I've ever received was a slot racecar set. 

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  36. Chad Solberg Post author

    #QOTD: What's the greatest holiday gift you've every received?

    That's personal. Yeah buddy…..

    Side notes /questions:
    – I think the ring thing is your are a Kinetic thinker and do better while in motion
    – If I go to your hood for something how much lead time do you need to fit in  a game of bball? I must know how much of a baller you and your crew is…
    – So if you are not an A type… what type are you? Y?
    -When are you gonna start chatting about the VC world? Ill try to help and #askgaryvee  more specifics vc questions…..

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  37. Pauly Gee Post author

    Best present was giving my mom $10,000 cause she's been busting her ass

    I got more out of it than she did

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  38. Christian Lee Post author

    I would love to join you on Saturday Gary but I'm 1000s of miles away here :/ 

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  39. Diego Loya Post author

    I think the question about not posting on YouTube could have been because the person was thinking of self hosting it and collecting the seo juice themselves. I don't agree but I see those around me do that. 

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  40. Joshua Barclay Post author

    Gary, you're the real deal. I'd listen to you before my own mother. 

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  41. Jimmy Trent Post author

    QOTD: A trip to NYC for my wedding anniversary.  That counts, right?

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  42. Gary Green Post author

    I love seeing the "real" Gary.. When he gets stumped, that's when we can see those gears turning!

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  43. tsurek Post author

    My Nintendo 64 when I was 8 or 9…which I bought through savings lol

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  44. Nando Cabán-Méndez Post author

    Thanks for a nod to the jack-of-all trades. I've been starting to think it's a curse.

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  45. Michael Murtagh Post author

    #QOTD the greatest gift I ever received was a Ninja Turtle table top hockey game.

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  46. ShotMechanics Post author

    @Gary Vaynerchuk have D Rock hit me up, I'll give him a lights out J guaranteed.. D Rock can you say first pick at morning ball?  #SplashArmy  meets #VaynerNation

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  47. adonis williams Post author

    Best gift I got was a camcorder my dad got me when I was a pre-teen and realized what I wanted to do for the rest of my life!
    Thanks for another great show

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  48. Andrew Stone Post author

    Big time props to DRock for the hustle on the court!  Well done! Basketball was my jam in a previous life. Thanks so much Gary for the first this question of the show! You probably didn't know this, but Monday (Dec. 8th) was my birthday. Being on the show (three days later) made my birthday week!  

    Greatest gift: my first pair of Air Jordan sneakers my senior year of high school. 

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  49. whatsinaname Post author

    I suspect the reason someone would not want to place a video on Youtube is because they assume that Youtube will now own the content.

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  50. Kindred Closets Post author

    Love it! I'm one of those people who has a lot of interests- Marie Forleo calls it being a "multi-passionate personality." Sometimes I wonder if it appears to be a negative, but I also don't want to give up the things I love. I'm glad to hear you think it's a good thing! I totally agree!

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  51. Chockablock Media Post author

    One year I got a black velvet vest with a black satin collar that matched a quilt with jewel tones.  I think it was a weird Scottish-Canadian moment but I remember being in awe of my Grandparents when I opened the gifts.  🙂  It was as if high fashion had arrived in rural Ontario.  xo

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  52. Marty Jackson Post author

    So it makes a difference if we click on that thumbs up button…? Oops.
    India: Pediatric Oncology Department of Victoria Hospital London Ont. Canada. We got to keep our little girl!

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  53. Roberto Blake Post author

    Nobody ever accused Da'vinci of being a "Jack of All Trades Master of None". Particularly if base skills translate. If you're good at Programming, you can learn multiple Scripting Languages, if you're good at Design like I am, the Adobe Apps are 70% the same interface, you master one, you can go deeper in the others. People today to be relevant, need to be agile and be willing to go deep in a "Skill Set" instead of a Specialty. Specialist for the most part will be "dead" in the lean economy we're moving to as we shift away from "big box business model", IMHO.

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  54. cory harding Post author

    My best holiday gift was at a time I had absolutely nothing; not even money for food. My best friend who is also now my co-founder bought me food!! Best. Holiday. Gift. EVER!

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  55. Jess LiftsALot Post author

    I love that you gave us self-diagnosed ADD, Jack/Jill-of-all-trades individuals props, GaryVee!!! That just made my day <3

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  56. VaNessa Duplessie Post author

    Love the thoughts on being a generalist vs specialist. I've found as an entrepreneur I'm more of a generalist but have brought in specialists in areas where it matters most (like layers and accountants). I think its important to be well rounded in your business so you understand the whole picture. Great reminder though to make sure to surround yourself with people who do the stuff you don't do well better than you do.

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  57. Jason Perrier Post author

    Cheesy I know but my daughter on New Yea'rs Eve.  Hands down best gift ever!

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  58. Jennifer Post author

    lol love that Cortney said the same question as Me lol
    A ring is a wonderful piece of marriage…..Lizzy loves and trusts you. That is wonderful.
    You are a fidget.

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  59. Josh Binning Post author

    Gary, Never lost a ring, wallet, or phone.  Been married for 11 years – play with my ring all the time – and still on the original.  Cheers.

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  60. Cayce Crown Post author

    You are batting a thousand.
    Best gift, why it's #AskGaryVee, what else?

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  61. Jarem Atkinson Post author

    Best holiday gift came when I was 6. I wanted a Super Nintendo, and hadn't heard of Nintendo 64. Christmas came around and I got an N64, instead of Super Nintendo! Pretty amazing, hoping for 2D video gaming and got 3D!

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  62. D Boyd Post author

    Organised chaos! Love it! If you open a VM in Europe, I'm there! 

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  63. One Question Interviews Post author

    #QOTD: That's an easy one. I proposed to my wife on Christmas Day 2012. The greatest holiday gift I've ever received was a "Yes!"

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  64. WhosEvent Post author

    Really love this episode because the first interview I went on after college told me that I seemed like the "jack of all trades" which is not what they were looking for.

    To all my haters!

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  65. Virginia Wright-Johnson Post author

    India, thank you for the QOTD! QOTD- I love giving and receiving experiences as gifts (lessons, trips, events). 
    Not that I won't enjoy a piece of beautiful jewelry or high end dark chocolate, I just prefer to fully experience life. 🙂 
    India, what's the greatest holiday gift that you ever received? #vaynernation

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  66. VampireMob Post author

    Can DRock wear a gopro helmet at the next game and do the show on the court? 

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  67. The Portrait Dude Post author

    Who the frack are the two people who voted this down? 

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  68. Alvaro San Martin Post author

    Keep the greatest coming! Thank you GaryVee!

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  69. Francisco Carreño Post author

    Hey! You made my pre 4th of July day by mentioning the importance of trying to be better at multiple areas and accepting that we can be good at multiple things!

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  70. Clinton Lu Post author

    #QOTD I forgot what age I was but it was a buzz light year toy from Toy Story.  I actually knew my mom got it for me, I saw it before she wrapped it.  It felt like torture waiting but it was 100% worth the wait. His laser shooting arm was the best!

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  71. Laurent Defevere Post author

    When you buy the Yets you should invite all the person who got all you're books 🙂 ?

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  72. Chioke McRae Post author

    I love your advice on hiring. It's something that I've been discussing with my business partners of late. thanks! and greatest holiday was sega genesis and a bmx bike for christmas.

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  73. Michael Jones Post author

    Hey Gary, Good show. Nothing to ground breaking compared to a lot of perevious shows you've done. I feel like some of the 30's were the best shows, early 20's too. Anyways, Best holiday gift I've given was a hot air ballon ride for a woman's birthday present and it was after we met at the crossfit gym I was a coach at, talked on text for 3 weeks, went for one walk one night, and then we dated for a few years.

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  74. Elizabeth McCreight Post author

    sorry I couldn't make it out – I live in another Springfield in the U.S. but maybe I'll get a selfie with you one day 🙂
    greatest holiday gift was probably my MK purse my parents got for me a couple years ago when I started my first job out of college. I had been saving for it but then they gave it to me for Christmas.

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  75. Real Matt Lukowicz Post author

    To Answer India's Question . #1 Dad Money Clip My Son Gave Me Years Ago.

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  76. Joseph Lucido Post author

    Best holiday gift would be a hunting jacket from my father.

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  77. ZIMALETA HOW TO SHOW & UNBOXING Post author

    liked and subscribed I like how you clarify jack of all trades, I work for myself since 2007 and if I wasn't I don't think I would make it, its not true what they say your a master at none I think by doing other things you get better and by having a heart for it you become really good

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  78. Boyd Norwood Post author

    FYI. The links to your site in the description above go to 404 pages. I even googled "5 ridiculous moments on the #askgaryvee show" and ""5 ridiculous moments on the #askgaryvee show" site:www.garyvaynerchuk.com" and couldn't find a post on your site with that content. I thought you might like to know.

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  79. Klarque Garrison Post author

    Right off the bat your 1st Question was something I struggle with. I am of the Generation that was taught be GREAT at 1 thing. I was never that nor did I ever think it was important. Many times in my life I saw this as a flaw in my growth. Over the past few years I just said F-it… I am who I am. So, to hear that answer you gave GaryVee just allowed me at the very ripe middle age of 50yrs old to turn-up and go hard in the paint! 🙂 #the40yroldman

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  80. Max Muscle Huntington Beach Post author

    2 years later and now doing live ask garyvee, amazing brother!

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  81. Artof JoseVega Post author

    QOTD Answer – Probably being able to come back home and spend time with family for the holidays when I was a teenager living outside the island.

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  82. KAYFABE T.V. Post author

    The BEST Holiday gift i have ever received is aloness. I cant stand "family" anything Gary. 👍

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