Interviewee #13: Bri Seeley on Transforming Lives & Entrepreneurship

Bri Seeley is a born catalyst and natural truth-teller with a history in counseling, psychology and entrepreneurship. Despite her two degree’s in fashion design, she was unknowingly taken down the path of healing and transforming lives through a series of “accidents,” “coincidences” and divine guidance. She combines personal experience, psychological concepts, hypnotherapy and Universal Laws... Continue Reading →

Gary Vee: Instagram

I was first introduced to Instagram when I was living in Australia.  When I was packing up and getting ready to leave back to America, a practice manager, by the name of Lois Semke said "you should get an Instagram."  I said, "what's that?"  I didn't know about tags or anything back in 2012, so... Continue Reading →

Gary Vee: Facebook 101

Foreword I've done a heavy dose of Facebook advertising over the years.  When I launched my first YouTube video back in 2015, I sponsored the hell out of the video on my Facebook, which then turned into a few hundred likes and maybe a dozen views on the YouTube video.  To this day, that has... Continue Reading →

Gary Vee: Video Optimization

Grrr! While I was reading this, I smacked the couch that I'm sitting on and face-palmed myself.  I realized that the reason why I'm probably not getting returning listeners is because I'm not optimizing to the full effect that I should be. Example. “DESCRIPTIONS: Are the top two lines of the description keyword optimized? Are... Continue Reading →

Gary Vee: Vlogging & Online Trolls

Gary Vee explained his early days of Wine Library TV such as the evolution of my podcast. In his very early stages, he was very timid and acted, I guess you can say, in a professional manner.  Dozens of episodes down the line, you can see a picture of Joe Frazier and Ali fighting in... Continue Reading →

Gary Vee: Twitter

Listen, I was never -- AND I MEAN NEVER -- a fan of twitter.  Everyday back in 2010, when I was YOUNG, I would see one of the TV (that thing they call television) anchors always make remarks about Twitter (in a funny and joyful way).  I kept saying, "psshhh I'm not using that!"  Well,... Continue Reading →

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