Emptying the Bucket

As a manager, the more you have to do, the fuller your bucket gets. Make sure to empty your bucket from time to time to keep it from overflowing.

Over the last couple of months (actually more like a year and a half), I’ve been really heads down building VaynerMedia, my agency and taking it from a 30 to a 250 person agency. And it’s very predicated on young people. And one of the things that really excites me is the mentorship I’ve been able to do. I’ve been using an analogy lately – because I have so many 25, 26, 32 year old managers – about how to handle the pressure. Because the pressure is really the issue…


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For me, I'm only interested in one thing. The thing that binds us all together. No matter who you are or what your profession is - whether you’re an entrepreneur or in sales or a designer or a developer - no matter what you do, your job is to tell...