Hey VaynerNation,  I’m turning forty-five today. With that in mind, I’ve started to really think about the next forty-five years, because ninety feels about right for me to hang up my jersey. For the first time in my brain, I’m picturing life after ninety and I can imagine life would be...

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What’s up VaynerNation! Some of you may have a craving for Ocean Spray right now? Why? Because you watched one of the most successful commercials of all time--and you probably didn’t even realize it. Whether or not Ocean Spray intended for it to happen (and believe me, they didn’t) regular people...

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Empathy is needed now more than ever. Times are tough right now, that much is a given. But, that phrase, “times are tough” does nothing to help. No one has all of the answers, but we can all lend each other an ear and offer advice when necessary. Keep reading...

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When I was growing up, I was a huge boxing fan.  There’s a great boxing saying that says, “styles make fights”. What that means is, you could have the two best boxers in the ring, and the fight might still be boring. You could also have two below average fighters and...

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What’s up VaynerNation! Many emerging entrepreneurs understand one thing: they need to build a brand. A business is much more than the goods and/or services you provide. Your business is your relationship to your customers, your reputation in the marketplace, and what people think of when they think of your company....

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Recently, LinkedIn has updated their platform to include a stories feature. It’s just like Instagram, Facebook, or Snapchat--only completely different. LinkedIn has contextualized the feature for their audience, taking cues from the platforms before it. Keep reading to find out what, I think, you need to know about the latest...

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Recently, I’ve received a lot of questions. Although some vary, many are similar. Questions like, how do I start my first business or how do I keep a new business afloat. People want to build and I get it. Times are hard and businesses are trying to find new ways...

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