Gary Vaynerchuk

Gary Vaynerchuk


The Gary Vaynerchuk speeches reveal the entrepreneur's belief in the importance of loving one's career path alongside personal branding. According to Vaynerchuk, personal enjoyment and fulfillment through one's work are more important characteristics than wealth, and social media can be a means to attain these states.

Vaynerchuk's bustling career began in 1978 when he immigrated to the U.S. His graduation from Mount Ida College eventually brought about his conversion of his father's liquor store into a wine retail depot entitled 'Wine Library.' In 2006 he took his expertise to the virtual world with his foundation of Wine Library TV, broadcasting online shows on a daily basis in which he addresses an array of topics related to wine.

The success of Vaynerchuk's webcast brought about unprecedented recognition. Now described as "the first wine guru of the YouTube era," he has been featured in the Wall Street Journal, GQ and Time. Gary Vaynerchuk speeches reflect his successful career, and in 2009, the bulk of his groundbreaking ideas were published in his book 'Crush It! Why Now is the Time to Cash in on your Passion.'

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