#AskGaryVee Episode 181: The Future of Instagram, Employee Turnover & How to Make Money as a Teen

– On this episode, Staphon, India, and I wear the same clothes,
I talk about drinking, and where Instagram’s going. (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 181
of the #AskGaryVee Show. Had a good solid episode yesterday. It was good to get back on the saddle. First time we’re going
back to back in a minute. What’s up Periscope? Good to see the Aussies in the house. Looking forward to our
interview in a few minutes. Good to see the actual book. This was the galley I kept showing you. This is what you send to people. I guess it’s not the fully corrected book. The actual book is in place now. Look at this. Casey’s– DRock, you must love this. Casey’s in the back cover. And my favorite part– Did you get it DRock, you good? Good. My favorite part, the Jets
t-shirt is on the binding. I gotta say I mean this is a– I actually wanna see if we can pick up– Can we like find the Thank
You Economy and Crush It! I’m curious if this is bigger. I feel like it’s bigger
than both of them combined. By the way the index I just looked at, I like that yik-yak is on
page 155 and 171 to 172. Oh Zucks made it, page 170. How about this? – [Everyone] The crossword. – This is gonna be interesting. First person to fill out the
crossword puzzle correctly and take a picture of it
and get it to me wins. Something. India you well? – Yeah I’m well. – What’s been going on? – Nothing much just working
on this giant Twitter article that’s coming out later today. – Is it? – Today, today. – Wow you made me eat my words. – I did I was really excited about that. – You feeling good Staphon? You contributed? You got some video action? Alright good. I’m ready for the show. I’m feeling really really good actually. Yeah. – Here’s one for Patrick. – Oh by the way Boston
looks locked and loaded. March 10th I think it is. Then March 9th? Actually you’ve got my phone. Give me your calendar. You can get into the first question India. The 11th is Friday so I was right, right? Yes March 10th. It’ll be the night of March 9th. March 9th, Boston, locked and loaded. We haven’t locked and loaded it yet. I’m 100 percent doing a book event there. Just gotta find the person
that’s gonna pony up 5,000 books to host me. Or 3,500. Or beggars can’t be choosers. It might be 2,700, we’ll see. But it will happen Boston. I’m coming, I’m wearing a Jets
jersey and I’m ready to go. Alright let’s do it. – This is from Patrick. – Patrick. – Hi– – By the way India, wait a minute. What. what? – Wait, wait. – Look at this. Oh Staphon get in here. What? – We’re wearing maroon. – This is a maroon explosion. I’m very proud of us. We didn’t even text each
other in the morning. – We didn’t like we usually do. – Like we always do. 181 is the maroon explosion. – What are you wearing on the show today? – Alright let’s do it. – Alright Patrick. – Patrick. – [Voiceover] Patrik asks,
“Hi man, what do you think about “Instagram in the next 2-3 years from now?” – I think that Instagram will be easily one of the top two social
networks in America and globally will be a major force. I think that Facebook and
Snapchat are the only two things that compete with it. And I think that anybody who right now isn’t spending a
disproportionate amount of time trying to figure out the hashtag culture, the Instagram ad product, the
organic Instagram posting, working with Instagram influencers
is making a huge mistake to not set their business off properly in a 2018-2019 world. So massively bullish all-in. It’s one of the biggest
reasons I think all of you whether you can only afford one
share or a thounsand shares. I think Facebook does extremely well because of the revenue that we haven’t even seen the real revenue
come in from Instagram yet. It’s a beast. It is the current social
network of the moment for 28 to 40 coast Americans. 22 to 35 other parts of America. And I just think it’s an
incredibly important platform and I’m very very bullish on it. And as somebody who daytrades attention, by the way we have to write
my daytrade attention article. It’s time. I think it’s massively important. I’m buying it now. I don’t predict for two years
but that’s my intuition. And by the way here’s a good
time to chop this in DRock. Show this. Facebook acquires Instagram. Oh Staphon. – Gary Vaynerchuck who’s the
co-founder of VaynerMedia back in January predicted
the purchase of Instagram by Facebook and today Facebook
founded by Mark Zuckerberg shelled out a billion dollars
for that very service. That was when I was on the
Piers Morgan show on CNN the day Facebook bought Instagram. I made that comment,
and everybody on Twitter said I was an idiot because
Instagram’s only 500 days old. But Zucks did– Instagram’s probably worth
50 billion dollars right now, maybe more. So when you buy it for one, you did well because those are billions. You know it’s not just a 50x. When you 50x eight bucks, it’s nice to have 400 bucks. When you 50x a billion, that’s 11 Jets teams. – Patrick two, another Patrick. – Patrick also. – Also named Patrick. – Okay Patrick. – [Voiceover] Patrick asks
“If TV is the radio and phone “is the new TV, what is
the desktop computer?” – I’m not sure. – Next? – Yes. – I mean you know I can’t just give those kind of answers on the show
because there’s so few answers ever in history and who knows if I want to
do an #AskGaryVee book two. The desktop computer. I mean I think you
know, the TV, the radio. What’s the desktop computer? I don’t know like the biggest magazines and print articles. You know the Wall Street
Journal, New York Times, Sports Illustrated and
Time magazine in 1992. It was a major thing. But the phone is just
a proxy to the internet It’s the delivery mechanism. so really you know what,
actually I got a much better one. See this is why I took it. The desktop computer or the laptop was the black and white television. The mobile device is
the colored television. Because they’re both
delivering the internet. It’s the internet that is
what I’m talking about. The phone just happens to be the you know. – What about the other way? – India this is not the ask India show. You can go do this with
everybody else after. You can do what everybody
else does, ponders. We don’t do that. – I was wondering if that’s what he meant. – Oh one more time. Well we don’t wanna screw up the question. – TV is the radio, and phone is TV. So what is the next desktop computer? – No I think he was asking for historical. – From Will. – Will the thrill. – What do you think is the best market– – Do you think that Will at home is like oh he called me the thrill and now he’s gonna get his
boys to call him the thrill. – [Voiceover] Will says
“Hey Gary what do you think is “the best market for a teenager
to start selling things?” – Instagram and Snapchat. Instagram and Snapchat. Instagram is really happening. I mean there are kids
on Instagram making bank selling sneakers. Like tens of thousands. Do you know how much money I would make if I was born during this era? If I was 13 now. I used to have to go to the store and I didn’t have a license. Like and buy shit and then
flip shit three weeks later on a Saturday. If I had real time marketplace dynamics and I could buy stuff. UPS and Fed-Ex guys would be my homies. Stuff would’ve been coming
in and out like ridiculous. So Instagram and Snapchat because that’s where other teenagers
are spending their time and I do believe that most teenagers best opportunity to sell shit
is to sell to other teenagers. Of course they can sell to other demos but I think the biggest up side is there. And I only know this. The only reason I answered
Instagram so quickly is I know dozens of kids,
which is a lot off the top of my dome of kids making
thousands of dollars slinging sneakers. And that’s just sneakers. I’ve seen the video
games because I like that for old school video games. There’s a lot of oppurtunity. Instagram is a beast for selling stuff. – [Voiceover] Phillip asks “When
you go out for some drinks, “how many do you have and
still stay productive “the next day?” – Phillip I don’t drink that much. Though it’s funny I actually
said this the other day in a conversation about my life which was I don’t think I
would’ve ever drank alcohol, just like a lot of people
reacted to the fact that on the show the other day, or somewhere. DailyVee or whatever
I said that you know I’ve never done any drugs, I’ve never even smoked a cigarette. I don’t think I would’ve
ever drank alcohol. I didn’t have my first
beer until I was 19. And I probably drank like 20 of them. Like I used to, talk about
milking a beer at a party. Like when you were 20. My shit was like not warm,
it was like a hot spring. Like I don’t really love alcohol. I learned to love wine. I weirdly started liking
really well made mixed drinks. Like the bartender culture
of New York helped that. So like bourbon, things of that nature. But I don’t love alcohol. What was the question? How many drink? You know what actually does get me drunk? The last few times I’ve been drunk. Sake. I love sushi so much. It’s in such little portions and usually when I have
sushi, for some weird reason it’s usually a Friday or Saturday night and I’m usually with Lizzie
or very close friends so I’m more relaxed and I go. And sake gets me twisted. But besides that I don’t know. By the way, right now
I’m on a hardcore diet. I don’t know if you guys have noticed but I’ve lost a good 5 pounds
in the last three weeks. Have you noticed a little bit India? – Yeah. – Thank you. And so yeah I really have
to say that nothing really gets me excited about drinking alcohol. It’s not really something
that’s part of my culture so I’ll drink a glass of wine or two when I’m not in this hardcore diet stuff. And it’s super easy to be productive because I grew up. From 22 to 30 I was
tasting 100 wines a day. My tolerance is stunningly
through the roof because of that. So yeah that’s it. – It’s probably also
stemmed from drinks meeting, drinks meeting, and you
have like 10 a night. – Yeah they’re all drinks meetings but last night they were all
seltzer with lemon and lime. – Last one from Matt. – That’s it?
– This is the last one yeah. Four?
No, I did five. There were two people named Patrick. – I know that thank you. – [Voiceover] Matt asks,
“What are your thoughts on “employee retention in the
digital marketing industry? “Is the high turnover normal?” – The reason there’s high turnover in my industry agency life is because most companies are
owned by holding companies who are required– So there’s four major holding
companies in advertising. They’ve consolidated and
bought up all the agencies and they are these big
billion dollar conglomerates. And I don’t know everything about it because I haven’t really studied it but they’re big holding
companies which tell companies like VaynerMedia, great
companies like 72 and Sunny, Great Digital shop and TV Shop. Like Jeroga 5 just got
sold, great company. 360 I. Carrot that got bought by Vice. They’re owned by holding companies who tell their CEO’s, usually the guy or gal that looks like me that’s sold the company for a lot of money to get up front but then
you have to earn it out. Then you’re locked in
because half your money’s gonna come after four years. So you gotta keep the
job, golden handcuffs. Google it if you don’t know what I mean. And so they tell them you
have to run your company at a 27 percent gross margin or 23 percent gross margin. You know if I had to do that tomorrow because I wanted the big cash out I’d probably have to fire 100 people. And then what happens
is the inevitable thing that looks like this. You know you have a superstar youngster that’s growing up within the organization. And you guys have lived this. So many have gone from making very little to making more and more and more, right? You inevitably don’t promote
them for a year or two because you can’t afford
to because the only rule is you’ve gotta make 23.7
percent gross profit. The only rule. And so the reason there’s huge turnover is because the best people
don’t get compensated fast enough. Nobody who’s running the
company has long term ambitions. Because they’ve already sold out and they’re trying to stay
there for 3-4 more years. And maximize their bonuses and their money so they’re making the decision. And so like anything in life
everything stems from the top. That’s what I always say on the show and what I said yesterday in
front of the whole company. Everything is my fault. And that’s true in these scenarios so this has been a huge
advantage for my company. I’m able to do what I’m doing because I want to build and
evergreen company forever. So I’m able to treat– I’m able to deploy meritocracy. And if that comes in my expense, it comes in my short term expense. But fifteen years from
now out of happiness and financial, I’ll win. So that’s why that’s happening. And because they don’t want to pay and because they run a margin
they do a lot of things. They don’t compensate people properly. They leave. They burn good people to the ground. You know what goes on here. You’re in the trenches. If somebody’s on a hardcore
account that’s tough you know we usually get them
out of there a year later because they’re just dying but those companies don’t usually do that because they need to maximize. And they’re actually
incentivized to let you quit. Because they’re gonna
replace you for less. And you know so that’s that. So the question was? – What are your thoughts,
is high turnover normal? – Yeah it’s normal. Becuase most of the companies
are vigged in a game that creates a scenario for high turnover. So in general I’m trying to
push you guys 181 episodes deep if you’ve been along the ride or if you’re 20 episodes in or
if this is your first episode the concept of the show is to
always level up the thinking behind business and entrepreneurship. This is an insight to
why it happens, right? Everything stems from the top. Always and forever, I promise you. Your manager who sucks crap. The fault of that situation is the CEO. That’s it. Always blame the CEO. Because it’s the CEO’s fault. Cool. Question of the day. Do you like your CEO? You keep asking questions. I’ll keep answering them. What’s Andy doing? – Being a creepo. – What’re you doing? – Trying to get face time. – Trying to get some food with Alex? What you need a buddy to get lunch? – No. (laughter) (outro music)

100 thoughts on “#AskGaryVee Episode 181: The Future of Instagram, Employee Turnover & How to Make Money as a Teen

  1. First time comment, thank you for putting out incredible content. The words that got me hooked to this show were you predicting universities would disappear because know days knowledge is at our fingertips, we don't kneed to memorize so much unnecessary crap. I never thought of that.

  2. Finally figured out who India reminds me of! She looks exactly like young Cher! (I guess its the hair) 😀

  3. What advice would you give to 16-22 yr old's who want to start a business but can't stay passionate for something for more than 6 months? My friend and I both suffer from this and I'm sure there are many others.

  4. I love my CEO, it's me. I almost passed out when you said you were coming to Boston and then I just about cried when you said the 9th. I cannot move the event I have planned that night…. Bummed. Great episode btw, thanks all!

  5. Hey Gary: If a lurker shares episodes of your shows on Twitter, Facebook, etc., but never comments on a single episode, does that at least count for something? Long time lurker, first time poster!

  6. I know you never did drugs and don't really drink much, but how do you feel about good weed Gary?

  7. Yup I like the CEO.

    I feel like so so so many constantly slate their CEO, which is super boring.

    I'd like to hear more on why it's always the CEO's fault! India? 😁😁😁😁

  8. QOTD: I currently work three part time jobs (one of which is my dream job, trying to make it my full time job of course) but one of my part time jobs is at TGI Fridays I've never actually met my CEO hahah, awesome episode though!

  9. LOL you guys are so in tune together. That is always a good sign #maroonpower mode on!
    #QOTD YES. I am selfemployed sooooo I am the CEO 😀

  10. Great episode. I have been saying the same thing about CEO for years. Gary just confirmed it.

  11. I don't think it's my job to love the ceo, just interpret his vision in a way that best corresponds with the development of my talent. I'm there to get what I need professionally and give what I can to the collective brain. If I'm being run into the ground, I save my best ideas for my next employer. Case closed.

  12. Literally speaking my life. Live the hustle life & get burnt by your company. Proven track record of hustle & they refuse to compensate. Man this tugged at my heart. Need to find the best for me. Thanks @garyvee for all your thoughts!

  13. I've never met my CEO :/ ill probably meet Gary before i meet him… what do you guys think about this?

  14. Desktops are the Black & White TV of yesteryear. Just to clarify: When it comes to the radio & TV, those analogies are all consumption platforms. Until our bosses start handing out ipad pros, desktops and laptops are essential kit for producers. Video editing, coding, research, etc. Desktops are the workhorses of production and they aren't going away anytime soon.

    #QOTD Unfortunately, I haven't had a real conversation with my CEO. Hard to tell.

  15. follow @voyasermillonario on instagram , we are 11.5 k im 15 years old and i want to gain money with instagram 👊👍

  16. First time commenter. 😉 Well, I don't have any CEO (am currently figuring out if I'm an entrepreneur). I can't say I liked the last one (was working for a CAC40 business and and the business politics was changing too much and too often).

  17. I also prefer (I G R O C K E T D O T C O M) to get mad Instagram followers active and cheap ,,,, Just chill<3

  18. I've never really have disliked any of my past boss's or CEO, on the contrary I try too get the knowledge and skills they have and used to get too those places. and I can truly say, maybe I've been lucky but they seem too always have a spot for me or I can say it has too do alot around my persona & understanding meaning my self-awareness…

  19. Hi Gary, this video got me fired up& back on track today. Thanks fro your content!

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    Who's watching this in Switzerland?

  21. My CEO is pretty cool. We're a growing high end retail shop. So yes he's in the "shop" but his head is in the next, 1,3,5,10 stores we're thinking about growing toward.

    I actually have explicit instructions to not ask the CEO any questions related to the business. My executive manager (boss) told me this, my knee jerk reaction was "the fuck?" But I now get it, he can't be answering nitty gritty questions about the inside of the four walls because he doesn't know exactly what is going on, thats why he hired the Executive manager. So overall it make growth easier.

    Do you guys and girls think that weird about the non communication thing? We still talk most times I see him to ask about the family and stuff like that, but in regards about asking about something new in the shop I know I have to ask the EM.

  22. Hey Gary, which platform would you use to get attention from the generation 50-60+ to market a health oriented gym in Germany ? #AskGaryVee

  23. I just had my 13 and 14 year old watch this with me so they can see how to make some coin as teens!

  24. Lol who's the homeless guy at 10:45 Gary? I get the whole casual vibe but let's tighten up.

  25. I read the comment on Twitter of the guy that was beakin' you about not delivering the right kind of content. Wow, talk about not getting it. I have seen all 181 episodes and all 14 Daily Vees and don't have all of your books yet but I will. Thank you for what you do, I do appreciate the difference between the Ask and the Daily and really appreciate how tough it must be to fit all of that into your schedule. Please keep inspiring. Dave Riggs Saskatoon Sask Canada

  26. Hey Gary, love the show, first saw you on the Chase Jarvis LIVE show and hooked on the energy since then. Question: our company is a distribution and marketing agent for drinks brands. Should we focus on building our own company brand first or spreading ourselves thinner to build each individual brand? Thanks

  27. QOTD: Yes, my company's CEO is always available by text or skype. I can also walk into his office when he is not in a meeting, but I work in a 20 person shop.

    Compared to a 1000+ employee company where I am sure it would be much harder to check in with the CEO.

  28. #AskGaryVee How should I find a mentor? And what traits should I look out for in them? Thanks!

  29. It is interesting to work with CEO who have a start up spirit and Entrepreneurship will to be the best in class when it comes to business execution. My answer is Yes. I feel i have some stuff to learn with my current CEO and COO in the company.

  30. I am currently my own CEO so, yes, I do like my CEO. I did also like working for the previous CEO I did work for when I had a job.

  31. #AskGaryVee First Time commenter here. My YouTube channel is growing faster than I can consolidate a community. I play videogames that a younger audience watches, and I'm really reaching at getting them to engage. I already respond to every single comment, hundreds every week. How can I use social media, get outside my shell, and build some brand loyalty here. Thanks so much!

  32. Do you think Kanye west should focus on what he's good at (music) of should he continue to try new things?

  33. Is it the CEO's fault if they can not see what is going on because the company is too big?

  34. #AskGaryVee Hey Gary. I'm going to launch a digital course soon, but want a test market to look things over before I run with it. I already have things in place to get the test market going. My question is, would you give the course to the test market 100% free, or at a reduced cost, just to get some ad funding for when the course drops?

  35. Hi Gary, first time comment here – I have been watching these episodes for a while and I just invested in my dream buying a camera for 600$ and I just started making my own motivational videos. How do you think I can increase my audience to get them to be motivated? Thanks for your time.

  36. I'm in a very rare case i think i respect my director in my building and my boss more then i respect the whiney annoyance of the employees around me. I'm always more interested in hearing what the director has to say then any other person in the room.

  37. gary!!!!! i have noticed you have lost weight like 5 videos ago!! lol keep up the work and if you come back to San jose area please allow me to put you through a workout?!
    Shawn Pohyar #TheeApexPredator

  38. @garyvee After 30 years in construction, I am building a new brand, what is the best way to use Periscope when my experience is all based in the past and not necessarily in my new brand? #AskGaryVee

  39. Gary, Please get a mic on India It is very tough to hear her.

    Also, What do you say to the people who use a competitor because they " figured you were too busy" or "Didn't have time" ? #askgaryvee

  40. I have been ambitious as well as fortunate enough to have a close relationship with the CEO and or owner at most organizations I have worked for and I was always someone who would never bend on what I found morally long and had no hesitation to bring it right to their attention and in each instance, what took me a while to get over is that these folks are older and just cruising along for the most part which is their prerogative, I often became frustrated because of how hungry I was and it was never mirrored by the higher ups. I realized that most management lives in fear of the CEO and wont confront them on real issues and will never jeopardize losing their job. The CEO sets the tone for the entire organization so they need to be the most hungry, most knowledgeable, most compassionate person in the entire organization. The mantra I always had everyone who worked for me live by was "everything is your fault if you're any damn good" leaves pretty much zero room for bullshit excuses.

  41. March 11 see you at sxsw gary veee!! at the book people MARCH 11 to see you and get you to sign my book. thank you for this and your last keynote have be going hard with Facebook and Instagram ADS. Plus older adults love desktops still.

  42. #QOTD Most of the time I love my CEO, but sometimes I hate her because she can be a b***h to me and a hard taskmaster. It's a love/hate relationship with myself FTW 😉

  43. Really liked the turnover talk. I'd like to hear more insight like that on the shoooow.

  44. #Maroon3 I adore my CEO especially recently when things are really moving forward. Oh, it's me.

  45. I love my CEO!!! Yesterday at the mirror, we had a 5 minute heart to heart about the future of our business. (2nd Time Commenter)

  46. I love that you have a voiceover for the questions, it makes it so easier to listen to. Thanks for putting out all this information.

  47. I like my CEO as a person, I'd hang out with him and drink beers anytime. As an actual CEO, he's not very good and shows little to no leadership skills 🙁

  48. Well, your talk on turn over- "churn", was very very interesting.

    I work at a place with high turn over.. I was telling my father about it.. (Its a manufacturing environment) anyways, he just took my words as empty rhetoric like I didn't know what I was talking about. But now.. after watching this episode in particular.. it may be by design.

    #QOTD On that note I really hate the CEO of the company I work for. Because management has always seemed incompetent.. and I guess it just goes up the ladder… incompetence multiplied just makes the pain go deeper.

  49. Sometimes. I don't feel the CEO is always congruent in his behavior or actions which makes it frustrating. Consistency is so key and not having that leads to some internal conflicts with me.

  50. "Everything is my fault" great philosophy at the top of a company. Good accountability.

  51. Hello Gary, My name Is Susan and I have watched your episodes from day one and followed you on LinkedIn. You mentioned on a recent episode that if you had a parent or loved one who was very ill, you could not focus on anything but your family. I totally get that. I have been a successful business woman, have a honours degree in Science, Business and my MBA. I unfortunately lost my Mother at Christmas 2015, My Father on Easter Monday 2015 and my only sibling, who died in a car accident in November 2015. Needless to say, I am so lost..I have not worked for over 2 years as my mother could no longer walk, talk, dress herself, speak due to her Alzheimers and strokes. I am getting stronger, but still cry at the drop of a hat (hate clichés). I want to work and need to work, but don't know how to get back in. I have always been in Pharmaceuticals but as you are aware there has been so much downsizing in this industry.If you were me, what would you do? Thank you, Susan

  52. #QOTD – well, it's me, and you know, not always. I don't think I'm as good at it as others, but hey, I gotta go all in on my strengths and I ain't working for anyone else !!

  53. #QOTD Do you like your CEO?

    100% because he is real, genuine, experienced and has a true open door policy.. He leads from the front

  54. Great show, as always! These #AskGaryVee videos are always so informative and inspiring.

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  55. Never met the CEO of my first company, I've met the CEO of my current company multiple times. It definitely makes a difference.

  56. #QOTD response: I actually don't know who he is as a person as there is no engagement. Any engagement is done with my manager and COO. He shows up and speaks to the higher ups and a selective group of people and, of course, new hires. He is a great example of what type of CEO I do not want to become. Contrast to you really, as you engage and have one on one with your employees as much as you can.

  57. watching all over again. dang. love the truth. would love to work for you man! serious. I live the hustle life & get burnt on the jobs that aren't evergreen companies.

  58. He is kind right about comparing Desktop with black and white tv. I mean, watching how technology advance those days, in few years, maybe the desktop as we know it today, might transform in some sort off 3D or hologram. Just a guess about that idea. Who knows what else will came out.

  59. Gary Veeeeeee! 😀 Great episode brother! Thanks for sharing your thoughts!
    #QOTD: I believe he's a good man! And yes, i like him!

  60. Our audience at WordImpress is primarily composed of website designers and developers and so it follows that the desktop computer is over 75% of our hits to our blog. So, the desktop computer is still relevant, depending upon your audience.

  61. #QOTD :
    My CEO is my father and while I love him and respect all that he's done for the company thus far, I feel he's not focused on the long term future of the company.

  62. My CEO is OK, but he could stand to be more driven and work harder. He hesitates too much and falls into the trap of overthinking things and ends up missing out on some opportunities. It probably has to do with some self esteem issues he's been working through for years now. Thankfully he has some self awareness, and is actively working on himself, but we'll see how that works out, because we as a company are struggling right now. I guess the nice thing is my CEO is the sole proprietor of the business and he is the only employee, so if anything goes wrong, he won't drag anyone down with him.

  63. 2k Followers in your IG Account Rightaway http://storage.googleapis.com/6563877548237/0614611224170.html

  64. The last piece about everything bad steams from the top is so real! Thanks Gary and Team!

  65. 8:02 – I think he was going to say, "Stuff was coming in and out like a porn star's vagina" but he thought better of it

  66. #QOTD yes, I like the CEO but I am bias. I am the CEO. When I worked for an organization I liked the CEO that ran it.

  67. Everything is the CEO's fault – so true – in every kind of business!! Love you guys! Gary, you're changing my life!!

  68. #QOTD: Like my CEO but think he has struggled to get his idea down to his management.


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