Business Tips: Why Adversity Comes in Different Forms | Interview With Wannahaves

Business Tips: Why Adversity Comes in Different Forms | Interview With Wannahaves

Awesome Tip: Why Adversity Comes in Different Forms | Interview With Wannahaves



Really enjoyed this interview with Wannahaves and how we touched up on adversity. I’m sure that any of you that know me well know that I believe adversity to be the foundation of success; however, being said, I also believe that adversity comes in a bunch of different form.

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32 Replies to “Business Tips: Why Adversity Comes in Different Forms | Interview With Wannahaves”

  1. Hey gary this video your words, your actions, your content changed my fucking mind but i feel stuck and in delusional stage of life. i wanna figure out who really i am ? , what success means to me? , what is my passion ? i wanna have empathy towards my circumstance bring as much as value as i could for people without expecting anything in return, i wanna fuckin love the eating shit grinding life of sick work ethic and love the process and i will not give a fuck about what poeple think about or whatever they are upto, i wanna be patience as fuck in this jorney, i wanna take complete advantage of internet and social media. I just wanna be happy and succesful & not making it about money but im too confused !

  2. I had a terrible childhood…massive abuse, foster care, 22 homes, pregnant at 15, homeless… and this is not some magical rags to riches story. My early 20's were a WRECK. I felt like life was unfair, that the world owed me, and that I'd been a victim all of my life. Funny thing is I didn't realize that not one of those thoughts ever helped me. No one stepped in to fix things. No one cared. I was just miserable and miserable to be around. Cut to my 30's. I own my own dance studio and have such an incredible and brilliant circle of friends. It took a minute to get it, but it just doesn't matter. At some point you choose to move forward or you don't.

  3. Gary Inspired me to step up by IG GAME, start a podcast and a Youtube Channel. The pattern was always the same: Stop Caring what other people think. Start beeing yourself, and thats how you provide the most value! Love You <3

  4. The internet has changed EVERYTHING in ways that no one (or at least, most people) haven’t noticed. The longtime dream of businesspeople, entrepreneurs & scholars becoming as famous as athletes, has finally come true! And Gary, that was a PERFECT example of the value and potential of voice!

  5. Gary I am the 1 guy you continue to inspire. I have taken your words to action. I own an accounting firm in Utah (Adam Up Accounting). I have had lots of trouble hiring talent in the past year. So I have gone to my University (Utah Valley) and asked to teach a real world accounting class. I am hoping to create my own talent. I proved your point on Friday that our education system is failing the students. I asked some basis accounting questions and only 1 person in the class knew how to book basis financial entries. I am lucky enough to be able to create my own curriculum, so I will make this the change in the system. We will be using your content every week as an example of what to do. Thanks again for being real. I will keep you undated on the classes projects.

  6. 5:40
    1. Being a short man
    2. Not being good looking
    3. Being a bad student
    4. Not having money.
    This is who i am, and i'm accepted it. the four of them. And it is true, is driving me!

    Here are so many good things that i would like to know more about it, as always Gary, Thank YOU!

  7. ""The biggest reason people are upset and don't win is they don't wanna face who they are, they wanna make pretend they're something else," I do see this pattern among other people. I saw this in myself too and have been trying to force myself to not take my eyes away to my weaknesses and insecurities.

  8. The main seemingly insignificant thing that pivoted the interview into being more real than it otherwise would have been was at the moment around 4:48 when Gary noticed the interviewer fiddling with and looking at his tablet (probably for some other potential/related questions and topics) after an important question was asked and answered and when right then Gary decided to snatch that tablet out of the interviewer’s hand and casually tossed it aside. The interviewer doesn’t really know what to make of that moment and leaves it unacknowledged but becomes obviously nervous immediately afterward (shaking his leg). In the follow-up to that moment Gary directs some indirect compliments to the interviewer which puts some pressure off the whole scene and makes the interviewer more relaxed and open about and when asking any subsequent questions. I find this fascinating to watch and a bit paradoxical too since the interview starts off with the subject of “attention” which today and as it is being promoted by Gary himself more often than not takes place in both the confinement and bottomless well that is our portable screens. Despite this attention to our screens and the sense of make-shift connection inherent in them these screens often put a real-life barrier between us when it comes to social interaction.

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