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The New York Times bestselling author draws from his popular show #AskGaryVee to offer surprising, often outrageous, and imminently useful and honest answers to everything you’ve ever wanted to know—and more—about navigating the new world. Gary Vaynerchuk—the inspiring and unconventional entrepreneur who introduced us to the concept of crush it—knows how to get things done, The New York Times bestselling author draws from his popular show #AskGaryVee to offer surprising, often outrageous, and imminently useful and honest answers to everything you’ve ever wanted to know—and more—about navigating the new world. Gary Vaynerchuk—the inspiring and unconventional entrepreneur who introduced us to the concept of crush it—knows how to get things done, have fun, and be massively successful. A marketing and business genius, Gary had the foresight to go beyond traditional methods and use social media tools such as Twitter, Facebook, and YouTube to reach an untapped audience that continues to grow. #AskGaryVee showcases the most useful and interesting questions Gary has addressed on his popular show. Distilling and expanding on the podcast’s most urgent and evergreen themes, Gary presents practical, timely, and timeless advice on marketing, social media, entrepreneurship, and everything else you’ve been afraid to ask but are dying to know. Gary gives you the insights and information you need on everything from effectively using Twitter to launching a small business, hiring superstars to creating a personal brand, launching products effectively to staying healthy—and even buying wine. Whether you’re planning to start your own company, working in digital media, or have landed your first job in a traditional company, #Ask GaryVee is your essential guide to making things happen in a big way.


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The New York Times bestselling author draws from his popular show #AskGaryVee to offer surprising, often outrageous, and imminently useful and honest answers to everything you’ve ever wanted to know—and more—about navigating the new world. Gary Vaynerchuk—the inspiring and unconventional entrepreneur who introduced us to the concept of crush it—knows how to get things done, The New York Times bestselling author draws from his popular show #AskGaryVee to offer surprising, often outrageous, and imminently useful and honest answers to everything you’ve ever wanted to know—and more—about navigating the new world. Gary Vaynerchuk—the inspiring and unconventional entrepreneur who introduced us to the concept of crush it—knows how to get things done, have fun, and be massively successful. A marketing and business genius, Gary had the foresight to go beyond traditional methods and use social media tools such as Twitter, Facebook, and YouTube to reach an untapped audience that continues to grow. #AskGaryVee showcases the most useful and interesting questions Gary has addressed on his popular show. Distilling and expanding on the podcast’s most urgent and evergreen themes, Gary presents practical, timely, and timeless advice on marketing, social media, entrepreneurship, and everything else you’ve been afraid to ask but are dying to know. Gary gives you the insights and information you need on everything from effectively using Twitter to launching a small business, hiring superstars to creating a personal brand, launching products effectively to staying healthy—and even buying wine. Whether you’re planning to start your own company, working in digital media, or have landed your first job in a traditional company, #Ask GaryVee is your essential guide to making things happen in a big way.

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  1. 5 out of 5

    Troy Blackford

    I've always enjoyed Gary Vaynerchuk's books, despite (or perhaps because of) taking them with a huge grain of salt. I'm not saying he's full of doggy doo, because I don't think he is. But I do have to wonder if hearing a successful business leader telling us why they think they became successful is as helpful to others as many readers might hope. This book is very entertaining, as this guy is definitely a character. But many people might be reading this so that they can 'super power their busine I've always enjoyed Gary Vaynerchuk's books, despite (or perhaps because of) taking them with a huge grain of salt. I'm not saying he's full of doggy doo, because I don't think he is. But I do have to wonder if hearing a successful business leader telling us why they think they became successful is as helpful to others as many readers might hope. This book is very entertaining, as this guy is definitely a character. But many people might be reading this so that they can 'super power their business and break through to the next level,' or whatever. And it might work for them. But I read it because I find Vaynerchuk to be an entertaining, intelligent, intense, and at times a bit strange person, and this is a recipe for a good read. He's so intense about his goals (buying the New York Jets, for example), that it can be almost spooky. But one piece of advice will definitely help people who are trying to run their own business: if you expect to somehow 'automate' your success, and think you don't have to put in hard work, every day, to reach any kind of meaningful goal, you are wrong. A colorful read, covering a grab bag of topics. If you have read and enjoyed his previous books, you pretty much owe it to yourself to read this.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Yodamom

    4.5 Good short bits on Gary's take on business life and more. There is something for everyone in these pages. I admire his direct approach to life/business, his honesty and his drive, and enjoyed almost every part of the book. Yes, there were chapters that dealt with things in life I have zero interest in, so I shimmied through them. Even with dancing through, not paying much attention I think something stuck, I've been thinking about investing, weird. I was not a GaryVee-fangirl before reading t 4.5 Good short bits on Gary's take on business life and more. There is something for everyone in these pages. I admire his direct approach to life/business, his honesty and his drive, and enjoyed almost every part of the book. Yes, there were chapters that dealt with things in life I have zero interest in, so I shimmied through them. Even with dancing through, not paying much attention I think something stuck, I've been thinking about investing, weird. I was not a GaryVee-fangirl before reading this I had only seen two of his videos, but his presence left a memory that had me picking this book up and paying for more. I did the right thing, I learned somethings about myself and how I do things from his stories. That is a win. Yeh, I may be a fangirl for him now. His take on complaining ! HIGH 5^ GV !!!! If you like him buy the book, if you don't like him buy the book, if you've never heard of him buy the book, if you don't I don't care. See it's easy, just don't complain about your choice.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Tony Rogers Jr.

    This book turned out to be a lot better than I thought it would. Gary gave excellent straight-forward advice on many different subjects such as: leadership, company culture, building a business, the power of gratitude, legacy, providing value for your customers, Facebook ads, Instagram, the future of social media, self confidence, parenting and much more. I really enjoyed this book. ***Get the audio book version. He went off script many times updating and sometimes completely changing answers he This book turned out to be a lot better than I thought it would. Gary gave excellent straight-forward advice on many different subjects such as: leadership, company culture, building a business, the power of gratitude, legacy, providing value for your customers, Facebook ads, Instagram, the future of social media, self confidence, parenting and much more. I really enjoyed this book. ***Get the audio book version. He went off script many times updating and sometimes completely changing answers he wrote in the hard copy version of the book. It's educational, inspiring and sometimes funny. Well worth the listening time. ***

  4. 5 out of 5

    Jeffrey Spitz Cohan

    No one is going to accuse Gary Vaynerchuk of being an intellectual. By his own admission, he has read fewer than 10 books himself in his entire life. Nevertheless, as a source of advice and inspiration for entrepreneurs, his writing is far more valuable than most of what you’ll find in the Harvard Business Review. If you can get past his bluster and the book’s rapid-fire question-and-answer format, you’ll find a fair amount of worthwhile material about marketing, business development, customer rel No one is going to accuse Gary Vaynerchuk of being an intellectual. By his own admission, he has read fewer than 10 books himself in his entire life. Nevertheless, as a source of advice and inspiration for entrepreneurs, his writing is far more valuable than most of what you’ll find in the Harvard Business Review. If you can get past his bluster and the book’s rapid-fire question-and-answer format, you’ll find a fair amount of worthwhile material about marketing, business development, customer relations and even management. I run a nonprofit organization, not a business, but I still gained a lot of actionable advice from the book – and I’ll be tuning into his Gary’s YouTube show and podcast for more inspiration and ideas.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Jonathan Gall

    Time spent reading this book: 19h39m Reading sessions: 30 What I Liked: #AskGaryVee is a meaningful book to read in this social marketing era. The book is organized around 22 themes that cover most of the craft and life of any individual involved in social media marketing. Each theme is treated via a series of questions and answers. The information is top-notch. Even if some of the platforms he talks about are not existing anymore (Merkaat) or less groundbreaking (Insta) the concepts themselves di Time spent reading this book: 19h39m Reading sessions: 30 What I Liked: #AskGaryVee is a meaningful book to read in this social marketing era. The book is organized around 22 themes that cover most of the craft and life of any individual involved in social media marketing. Each theme is treated via a series of questions and answers. The information is top-notch. Even if some of the platforms he talks about are not existing anymore (Merkaat) or less groundbreaking (Insta) the concepts themselves didn't change. It's also an extremely positive and kind book. The sort of book that makes you feel great and prepare a lot of new plans around your own strategies. What I disliked: The Q&A nature of this book was for me really difficult to read because of the absence of structured storytelling between chapter or even within them. It makes the book a very disjointed experience. I spent 19h studying this book over several months because of this. As every story has its own life, it makes it easy to leave this book on the side without feeling the need to finish it. It probably also works great as an audiobook I imagine. Also, a lot of repetition. However, this format also tremendously helps to understand the vast scope of application of his key message about listening, empathising/sympathizing and creating content based on that. The theory is straightforward and the book value resides in the myriad of examples that GaryVee provides. Manga Analogy: GaryVee is Asta from Black Clover. He doesn't have a "proper" education but developed his craft through a ton of practice and dedication since childhood. He values relationship and people above everything, genuinely want people around him to improve and engage with them so they can. That doesn't prevent him from wanting to become the best that ever existed at his craft.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Akshay Parakkote

    After one of the greatest show online #askgaryvee the book is mind blowing as I expected and the greatest thing about Gary's books are nothing but the Audiobooks , how he goes off script to go deep on something and also to show you on how things changed even after the book is written and that makes us understand how rapidly the world is changing every single day. The most admired entrepreneur shares his view on almost everything in this book which is completely agreeable and the fact that if it b After one of the greatest show online #askgaryvee the book is mind blowing as I expected and the greatest thing about Gary's books are nothing but the Audiobooks , how he goes off script to go deep on something and also to show you on how things changed even after the book is written and that makes us understand how rapidly the world is changing every single day. The most admired entrepreneur shares his view on almost everything in this book which is completely agreeable and the fact that if it brings any good is non debatable cause Gary is known to bring value through his content as long he is doing it, I have joined his mission of making positivity louder cause him and I are way similar in how much of a people's person we both are and how we want everyone to win at their own terms. A book which can be considered as my favorites which brought pure actionable advice is something I recommend each and every one , so grab both the book and the audiobook and dive deep.

  7. 5 out of 5

    Wiebke (1book1review)

    What a surprise read. For someone who hadn't heard of Gary Vaynerchuck apart from an appearance on "30 Days of Genius" I was utterly impressed by the audiobook. It was a combination of the topics discussed, the enthusiasm and authenticity of the author/narrator and also the context he provided. I recommend listening to the audiobook, since he changed some of the answers to the show and book, but also because I could things into a much better context hearing him answer himself than just reading t What a surprise read. For someone who hadn't heard of Gary Vaynerchuck apart from an appearance on "30 Days of Genius" I was utterly impressed by the audiobook. It was a combination of the topics discussed, the enthusiasm and authenticity of the author/narrator and also the context he provided. I recommend listening to the audiobook, since he changed some of the answers to the show and book, but also because I could things into a much better context hearing him answer himself than just reading the answers with my own voice in my head - if that makes sense. Contentwise a lot of topics are covered, he gives his honest opinion and experience (at least it felt like that) on questions to various fields of business, social media and life in general. I especially liked how he wasn't sugarcoating things and said when questions rubbed him the wrong way, or pissed him off, as he says. I can only recommend listening to this, even if you are not interested in becoming an entrepreneur or making it big (like me). This book will get you thinking about things and reflect on what you are doing, and that is never a bad thing in my opinion.

  8. 4 out of 5

    Michael Carter

    A collection of brief, superficial answers to a miscellaneous collection of questions. I found no insights or value here, other than it’s a clever (time-efficient) way to publish a book — that is, by having a subeditor compile your various social media posts into a book. If you have any experience in business or modern marketing you won’t find anything actionable here.

  9. 4 out of 5

    Sotiris Makrygiannis

    I stopped this book at 30% , reason? I dont like to hear the word fuck in a book. Maybe in a podcast but in an 11 hours book, fuck off mother is not what I want to hear. He is good, no doubt but the book is not up to my quality standards.

  10. 5 out of 5

    Mike Maginot

    Because of the timely nature of this book, get to it soon. If you come to it later on, you will still find core content on many of the topics discussed, but it's likely that many of the media platforms that Gary Vaynerchuk mentions will have evolved into something completely different or faded away. Audiobook content differs from published book since the author prefers to responds to the questions spontaneously instead of reading from the text. Audiobook listeners will get the added benefit of V Because of the timely nature of this book, get to it soon. If you come to it later on, you will still find core content on many of the topics discussed, but it's likely that many of the media platforms that Gary Vaynerchuk mentions will have evolved into something completely different or faded away. Audiobook content differs from published book since the author prefers to responds to the questions spontaneously instead of reading from the text. Audiobook listeners will get the added benefit of Vaynerchuk passionate delivery.

  11. 5 out of 5

    Will Jr.

    Every entrepreneur should read this book. Easy to digest and covers a lot of topics. Awesome, honest mindset from the extremely passionate garyvee!

  12. 5 out of 5

    Keshav Bhatt

    I really enjoyed this book and got a lot from it, in the quickest way possible. As you always get with Gary. I love Gary's content, and everything he practices & preaches. It's easy to underestimate the kind of integrity it requires to be the character he is and I believe the message he is sharing is one that needs to be heard by many. Above all that - no matter your circumstance, disadvantage, story, etc - there is one thing you can control & should master: your work ethic & mindset. I'm really I really enjoyed this book and got a lot from it, in the quickest way possible. As you always get with Gary. I love Gary's content, and everything he practices & preaches. It's easy to underestimate the kind of integrity it requires to be the character he is and I believe the message he is sharing is one that needs to be heard by many. Above all that - no matter your circumstance, disadvantage, story, etc - there is one thing you can control & should master: your work ethic & mindset. I'm really with him when he says "I hate complaining". It's just not very productive beyond the initial outlet. You have to do something at some point. As someone who is a leader in a business, and doesn't have the luxury of infinite time, this book gave me a quick rundown of the fundamentals you need to follow in order to succeed in today's social media world. Some people have criticised the book as being a collection of blog posts in organised form. Even if that were true, it plays down the value of everything he's sharing in the book. My experience has taught me so much of it is true & this gave me a good refresher, some better insights & the inspiration to chase my clouds and dirt too. Just think about it. You're getting thousands of hours of video from 157 episodes condensed into conveniently organised pearls of wisdom. Why are you complaining?! Lol. Here are my favourite quotes & takeaways from the book * Whenever I create content aimed at helping people, the aim isn't talking about things important to me; the aim is to talk about things important to you - the audience. * Even for someone as inspiring and forceful as Gary, most of his audience is still not acting on advice he shares, despite him considering AskGaryVee his marketing masterclass course. If he could teach a course at college or high school, this would be it. *

  13. 5 out of 5

    Amin Mo

    2.5/5 The moment I opened the book and saw it’s basically small questions with brief answers, I knew it was going to be worthless. No matter how many answers you make, if it’s going to be less than two pages, it’s going to be shit. You just simply can’t make use of tons of small answers, no matter how many. You just can’t implement them in anything, they are more like tips, advices or even side-notes rather than solid information and insight that can leverage. I even actually bought this book think 2.5/5 The moment I opened the book and saw it’s basically small questions with brief answers, I knew it was going to be worthless. No matter how many answers you make, if it’s going to be less than two pages, it’s going to be shit. You just simply can’t make use of tons of small answers, no matter how many. You just can’t implement them in anything, they are more like tips, advices or even side-notes rather than solid information and insight that can leverage. I even actually bought this book thinking it’s dedicated solely for social media marketing, but it turned out to be about other things too. Some don’t even have anything to do with business. The dude has literally put a chapter about sports and wine and food in the book. Anyway regardless of if this was my fault or not, let’s just assume it is, I still didn’t learn that much about what he talked about in the book, whether leadership, management or social media marketing. That goes to the reason that this kind of “answering tons of questions” doesn’t work and never will. I rate books by the knowledge I gain from them. In this book I did gain knowledge, but nothing near what I expect of a book.

  14. 4 out of 5

    Donna

    This is Nonfiction/Business. This author is who he is and is completely unapologetic about it. There is no coddling here. I like it when author's say what they mean without feeling a need to sugar coat it and Gary does that here. The author knows 'people' and he answers many questions in this book about how to hustle & grind into the world of entrepreneurship. I liked his emphasis on how businesses can use social media, even though personally, I hate seeing the ads. I remember the good ole days This is Nonfiction/Business. This author is who he is and is completely unapologetic about it. There is no coddling here. I like it when author's say what they mean without feeling a need to sugar coat it and Gary does that here. The author knows 'people' and he answers many questions in this book about how to hustle & grind into the world of entrepreneurship. I liked his emphasis on how businesses can use social media, even though personally, I hate seeing the ads. I remember the good ole days when there weren't any. But now they are everywhere. This was an entertaining listen...so 4 stars.

  15. 4 out of 5

    Agne

    [audiobook] More than 5 stars. I'm not an entrepreneur and have no real entrepreneurial spirit, but I thoroughly enjoyed all of it. Number one for me - his heart seems to be in the right place and he is not afraid to admit it. Key assets: *honesty *clarity *variety *pace "Provide 51% of the value in a relationship." [audiobook] More than 5 stars. I'm not an entrepreneur and have no real entrepreneurial spirit, but I thoroughly enjoyed all of it. Number one for me - his heart seems to be in the right place and he is not afraid to admit it. Key assets: *honesty *clarity *variety *pace "Provide 51% of the value in a relationship."

  16. 5 out of 5

    Teri Temme

    “Happiest moment is right now” ... Fantastic!!! So much goodness in this book.

  17. 4 out of 5

    Micah Grant

    More great advice from Gary Vee on leadership among many other topics. Many of the things are just common sense and I liked how he pointed out that many of the questions were people looking for excuses to not move forward.

  18. 4 out of 5

    Loy Machedo

    Gary Vaynerchuk is 1. An American serial entrepreneur, 2. Four-time New York Times bestselling author, 3. keynote speaker at global entrepreneurship and technology conferences 4. Famous internet personality, digital marketer & social media pioneer for VaynerMedia and VaynerX. 5. Angel investor & advisor Uber, Birchbox, Snapchat, Facebook, Twitter and Tumblr 6. He was known as a wine critic who grew his family’s wine business from $3 million to $60 million So now the book review ------------------------- Gary Vaynerchuk is 1. An American serial entrepreneur, 2. Four-time New York Times bestselling author, 3. keynote speaker at global entrepreneurship and technology conferences 4. Famous internet personality, digital marketer & social media pioneer for VaynerMedia and VaynerX. 5. Angel investor & advisor Uber, Birchbox, Snapchat, Facebook, Twitter and Tumblr 6. He was known as a wine critic who grew his family’s wine business from $3 million to $60 million So now the book review --------------------------------- What I loved about the AskGaryVee: 1. Good practical pieces of advice 2. Real time strategies from a real time investor, businessman & leader 3. Covers a lot of topics from Social Media, Leadership, Self-Awareness & Business 4. Honest, Sincere & To the point 5. Gives advice that really need to hear. --------------------------------- What I absolutely hated about the AskGaryVee: 1. Boring, Bloated and Brain-Numbing 2. Unstructured Content not meant for reading – rather listening as an Audio book 3. Uninterestingly filled with too many words which makes you want start speed reading and then finally to skip the pages altogether. --------------------------------- Loy Machedo’s Moment of Truth about AskGaryVee The book has substance but you have to dig through tons of useless words and phrases that do nothing but waste your time and give you a headache. If you really want to know what is best – just listen to his audio series or his video youtube channel. The 350 pages can be summarized into 30 pages at its best. --------------------------------- Loy Machedo’s Overall Ratings 2 out of 10. Sorry Gary Vee – I admire you mate Your advice is always great Your videos are worth watching But the book sucks! Loy Machedo The World's #1 Personal Branding Coach

  19. 4 out of 5

    Prosper Filipe

    I'm a big fan of Gary, I've listend to at least a hundred episodes of the AskGaryVee show, therefore I had to check out the book. There are a lot of valuable insights in this book, due to its personal style (a lot is about Gary Vee's journey) it's written more like a novel. Novels are not my favorite kind of books. I like to emerge myself in a topic when reading a book to possibly trigger a paradigm shift, due to its scattered style of different topics (each chapter) without a red line connectin I'm a big fan of Gary, I've listend to at least a hundred episodes of the AskGaryVee show, therefore I had to check out the book. There are a lot of valuable insights in this book, due to its personal style (a lot is about Gary Vee's journey) it's written more like a novel. Novels are not my favorite kind of books. I like to emerge myself in a topic when reading a book to possibly trigger a paradigm shift, due to its scattered style of different topics (each chapter) without a red line connecting them it clearly didn't accomplish this for me. therefore, I rated it 3 stars. I would recommend this book to anyone who watched one of Gary's videos or speeches once and liked it as this is all of it compress in one book. My key takeaways: -Gary is a beast -Know yourself and do what fits you to reach "personal" success and be happy -Not everyone has to be an entrepreneur some people can reach as much success by being the number 6 guy in a startup company -How you make your money is much more important than how much you make -Most of the time you can outhustle anyone -Listen to the marketplace to get the results you want Your key takeaways will probably vary a lot from mine as the book is full of questions and answers about a lot of different topics.

  20. 4 out of 5

    I.C. Robledo

    "Here's the one universal rule I would try to teach everyone: Depth matters more than width. That is, the smallest, meaningful intentional act will mean much more than a huge one that lacks intent or substance." - Gary Vee Keep your focus and go DEEP (not wide). Don't try to be everything to everyone, and to be the best at everything. Find what you are good at, and do that. Engage with the customers that come to you in a deep way, not with automated messages and lackluster encouragement. I find m "Here's the one universal rule I would try to teach everyone: Depth matters more than width. That is, the smallest, meaningful intentional act will mean much more than a huge one that lacks intent or substance." - Gary Vee Keep your focus and go DEEP (not wide). Don't try to be everything to everyone, and to be the best at everything. Find what you are good at, and do that. Engage with the customers that come to you in a deep way, not with automated messages and lackluster encouragement. I find myself going deeper and deeper in my business everyday. Readers of my books email me and I do my best to take care of their concerns - above and beyond what my books were even meant to cover. In the end, things cycle over. I learn more deeply about my audience in this way, and I can therefore provide them with better information to meet their needs going into the future. I've learned that if it's just a job, it isn't worth it. You have to want to do what you're doing on a deeper level to actually make a meaningful difference for anyone. #GaryKnowsHisStuff I. C. Robledo, Author in "Mind & Brain Improvement" To learn more, search my name in your Goodreads search bar.

  21. 4 out of 5

    David Fish

    Gary Vee cuts out the bull (no feel good, self-help mumbo jumbo), and gives what every entrepreneur needs to hear. He discusses a HUGE range of topics that were all at some point asked by people on his youtube show, hence "#AskGaryVee". You can learn a lot and even be reminded of things you already knew. Gary has a special way of putting the most important things under a magnifying glass to remind you all that other crap doesn't matter. Don't waste your time trying to improve your weaknesses whe Gary Vee cuts out the bull (no feel good, self-help mumbo jumbo), and gives what every entrepreneur needs to hear. He discusses a HUGE range of topics that were all at some point asked by people on his youtube show, hence "#AskGaryVee". You can learn a lot and even be reminded of things you already knew. Gary has a special way of putting the most important things under a magnifying glass to remind you all that other crap doesn't matter. Don't waste your time trying to improve your weaknesses when you already have solid strengths. There are others around you that are strong where you are weak, so delegate! Biggest takeaway is stop talking about and DO IT. There is no amount of planning, meetings, talking that will get you to where your goals are... you just need implement. Listen to Gary Vee and Shia Leboeuf and just do it: via GIPHY

  22. 4 out of 5

    Jonathan Forisha

    Super torn on whether this deserves a 3 or 4, so I went with 4. I had never heard of Gary Vaynerchuk before he spoke at a marketing convention I was at, and he impressed me. Sure, there's his characteristic bravado, but his no-nonsense approach to business was refreshing. He's a cocky dude, but he legitimately has great advice. That being said, I was disappointed that the format of this book was straight Q&A. That disappointment wore off over time due to Vaynerchuk's tendency to expound upon his a Super torn on whether this deserves a 3 or 4, so I went with 4. I had never heard of Gary Vaynerchuk before he spoke at a marketing convention I was at, and he impressed me. Sure, there's his characteristic bravado, but his no-nonsense approach to business was refreshing. He's a cocky dude, but he legitimately has great advice. That being said, I was disappointed that the format of this book was straight Q&A. That disappointment wore off over time due to Vaynerchuk's tendency to expound upon his answers. He's unapologetic in his views, and it has an interesting effect as you read the book. Over time you start to think in the same surefire black-and-white way that he does, and in business that just might be a good thing.

  23. 4 out of 5

    Julia Gifford

    Wondeful. Loved every page of it (except for the sports section). It took me so long to read this book, because I wasn't able to read it very long before an uncontrollable urge to get shit done would overcome me, and I'd have to leave the book to do something that would develop my business. That being said, what Gary talks about, his lifestyle and methods, aren't for everybody. If you take it with a grain of salt, and absorb what's best for you, then you only stand to gain. Highly recommended fo Wondeful. Loved every page of it (except for the sports section). It took me so long to read this book, because I wasn't able to read it very long before an uncontrollable urge to get shit done would overcome me, and I'd have to leave the book to do something that would develop my business. That being said, what Gary talks about, his lifestyle and methods, aren't for everybody. If you take it with a grain of salt, and absorb what's best for you, then you only stand to gain. Highly recommended for anyone in business, social media, marketing, and anyone who just wants to seriously DO stuff.

  24. 4 out of 5

    Brad Mills

    I couldn't finish this book. It felt more like a podcast or a bunch of stream of consciousness blog posts. Definitely not structured like a book. It's was too sporadic and kinda felt more like I was sitting in on a therapy session. I guess this is made for the hardcover Gary Vaynerchuck fans. I haven't had the time to follow him because he produces so much content it's daunting. I prefer curated, dense lessons mixed with thoughtful stories and anecdotes to illustrate points. I like data and scient I couldn't finish this book. It felt more like a podcast or a bunch of stream of consciousness blog posts. Definitely not structured like a book. It's was too sporadic and kinda felt more like I was sitting in on a therapy session. I guess this is made for the hardcover Gary Vaynerchuck fans. I haven't had the time to follow him because he produces so much content it's daunting. I prefer curated, dense lessons mixed with thoughtful stories and anecdotes to illustrate points. I like data and scientific studies. If I want stream of consciousness I listen to podcasts...so when I think "book" I say skip #askgaryvee and watch to his youtube videos instead.

  25. 4 out of 5

    Khaoula E.

    If you're into business, entrepreneurship or social media then I highly recommend this book. It's full of insights and great useful things. If you're a regular of the #AskGaryVee show then you know what to expect! The audiobook is even better because there are so many additions, and it's like Gary is talking inside your head. If you're into business, entrepreneurship or social media then I highly recommend this book. It's full of insights and great useful things. If you're a regular of the #AskGaryVee show then you know what to expect! The audiobook is even better because there are so many additions, and it's like Gary is talking inside your head.

  26. 5 out of 5

    Angela Shurina

    Amazing book! So practical and no BS. Gary knows his stuff and he talks about what he knows with confidence as one should. No water. All questions - business, life, social media, self-awareness - answered. Fun. Engaging. Honest. Passionate. No BS. Loved it!

  27. 4 out of 5

    Rob Woodbridge

    Get the audio version of this. Improvised by the author and so worth it.

  28. 4 out of 5

    Juanmi

    (Copied straight from my Instagram, https://www.instagram.com/p/BFR_SMazQ...) (Copied straight from my Instagram, https://www.instagram.com/p/BFR_SMazQ...)

  29. 5 out of 5

    Sam Choi

    Book #39

  30. 5 out of 5

    Danna Shaffer

    Did not finish. It was just too all over the place to follow. It wasn’t as well thought out as his other books. Still love him, though!

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