Something about Gary Vaynerchuk, Neil Patel, and the difference between price and value (three topics in total in one post).

I believe that if you read this post thoroughly and put my ideas into practice, your life will change for the better. I’ll explain why I think that in a moment.

Maybe try to copy the attitudes of Gary Vaynerchuk, Neil Patel and their ways of doing and working. They really inspire me, e.g. with their effectiveness and scale of action.

About Gary Vaynerchuk’s attitude

From what I know about him, he’s busy, i.e. he works quite efficiently and effectively, he gets results; trace what you can about him on the Internet, find out more about his attitude; wikipedia writes about him:
“(….) is an American entrepreneur, author of four New York Times bestsellers, speaker and internet personality of international renown[4][5]. First known as a wine critic who rocketed the family wine-trading business from $3 million to $60 million, Vaynerchuk is now best known as a digital marketing and social media pioneer.”

I won’t give you everything in this post, but Gary’s momentum for success appeals to me.

If you feel like it, start finding out about Gary from this site: https://www.garyvaynerchuk.com/

About Neil Patel
His scale of operation and the clear guidance he gives (e.g. on internet marketing) appeals to me. I won’t give details of my interest in Neil, you’ll have to browse this site (and possibly other sources to learn more about the other guy in this post).

Maybe start here:

https://neilpatel.com/

Time for the final point: understanding the difference between value and price is crucial to your handling of the world of your finances. If you understand that you are to focus on accumulating that which has the capacity to store (retain in the long term) value, you will be successful and prosper materially. What stores value: e.g. gold, silver, real estate (look for more about this on the Internet), look at what rich people buy and what poor people buy.

Find out what assets are and what liabilities are. Imagine your life e.g. in 20 years, when you are retired. Where will you get your bread from? Will the government promise to give you that money?

One thing is certain: cash is constantly losing value. Distinguish between value and price. In the long run: value is a king.

Dare to live. It’s YOUR life.

Dariusz Łukasik (daretolive72)

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