What Tiger Woods, Lebron James, Gary Vaynerchuk & YOU Have in Common

By CAREEREALISM Founder, J.T. O'Donnell Forget the economy, "Now is the time for you to cash in on your passion and CRUSH IT," says Gary Vaynerchuk. Are you thinking, "Who's that guy and what does he know?!" He's actually a wine entrepreneur turned social media master...and his road to success offers some pretty timely insight into what it takes to find professional satisfaction in America today. In my interview for C-REAL-TV below, Gary explains:
  • What we all have in common with greats like Tiger Woods and Lebron James.
  • How to separate mistakes from learning opportunities.
  • When to exhibit passion and patience in your quest for career satisfaction.
With over 80,000 people watching his Wine Library TV videos and a new career book that outlines the path he took to unlock his personal brand and professional potential, Gary Vaynerchuk has captured the attention of thousands of people who have all contemplated the following: "There must be more to my career than this." Watch the video, then check out Gary's blog and book over here so you can get on the road to crushing it on your own terms.
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