Rituals & Traditions of a $32 Billion Company



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36 Comments on “Rituals & Traditions of a $32 Billion Company”

  1. Valuetainment is one of the rare channels with Youtube notifications turned on in my phone. I'm always glad when a new notification popups from Valuetainment.
    Great video as always. Thank you Sir Patrick Bet.

  2. What a humble and wise advise, Every video I saw in this channel adds a whole new touch to my life. This is by far one of the most valuable content in the era of social and content media. Thanks from heart 💓 ❤️

  3. About 80% of Valuetainment videos resonate with me because I have experienced alot of the very subjects he discusses the videos. I will only say that my business is a 6 figure a year in revenue, not a major brand…yet. I watch the videos because there's always something that can be learned from them despite having already experienced or currently living some of the practices for a better company or the success I'm having.
    Watching this video, hit the nail on the head with me yet again. I too wear a pinky ring and I bought it to start a tradition with my unborn son at the time. Another interesting thing is that I started my company after he was born and I have kept at least 1 product of everything my business has produced. Often times, people ask to buy the last piece because some of my products sell out and are no longer available. The reason is because I continue to upgrade my product and the brand evolves this way. So older versions become part of the future museum I will have that will explain the history of the brand. At first, I never really knew what would become of hanging on to one item of each product I created but over time and with the success I'm having, it's now obvious that these items will tell a story of the journey I'm on. The ring will get passed on to my son and hopefully he can take over the company and tell the story that began with me.

  4. Yeah isn't it great when rituals and traditions are used to take peoples liberties and freedoms or scam them? Wonderful stuff isn't it !!! hahahaha fucking idiots

  5. COME ON BRO??? BILLIONAIRES WILL NEVER TELL YOU THEIR SECRETS NEVER!!!!!! DONT FALL INTO THIS GUYS TELLING YOU I WILL SHOW YOU HOW TO MAKE YOU RICH😹😹😹😹😹😹😹😹😹😹😹😹😹WHEN IT COMES TO MAKE DAT PAPER I GO SOLO I DONT FOLLOW BREADCRUMBS I LEAD MYSELF END OF THE STORY!!!!!😹😹😹😹😹😹😹😹💪💪💪💪💪💪

  6. Hey Pat, I love Your content, You inspire me a lot! Currently I do work in the business of moving whole households, and altough You are right about keeping some things just to remember history, there is a strong tendency that people just absolutely drown in stuff. In order to let the valuable pieces shine, one definitely has to have a strong practice of constant triage. This is a challenge of these days of overabundance

  7. hey Pat good day to you .. Please Id love to see content on the truth behind the "media".. the news outlets and who governs them how do they choose what to share to the people, how they use it to manipulate the masses and all that .. Id love your insight about that! People please like this so that he sees it

  8. History is culture, it's character, something to make the average Joe feel comfortable, trust, it can be admired and related to, making it a go to, and a little easer to take that 1, 5, 20, 100, 20,000 outta your wallet – That is if it's good culture, and character, if it's some bad shit, we just sweep it under the rug, and then put something heavy on top of it for you to look at 😉

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