The Future of the Cannabis Industry | Interview With DOPE Magazine

– No question, the cannabis industry is ahead of almost every other industry
because of its general youth and pure bred entrepreneurship. You’ve got your perspective. I just want to be happy. Don’t you wanna be happy? I love starting with the macro and then going into the micro. My college friends are
gonna laugh their asses off that I’m on the cover of your magazine, because literally their four-year quest in college was to get me
to smoke a blunt with them. So this is unbelievably deja vu for me. I grew up not drinking
beer, or wine, or alcohol, yet, I became an
unbelievable expert at 15, 17, 19, 21, 23, on the consumer of that product. So it’s unbelievable to me in the macro that it’s so obvious that the
cannabis industry is heading in an incredibly
interesting consumer place over the next half century. And I’m not in a rush to make predictions or known everything just yet, ’cause this is a real marathon for me. I’m 42 years old, and I think that some of
my most intriguing thoughts or observations, or accomplishments within the industry literally may happen in 30 or 40 years. – [Andrea] So, Gary, are both
of your folks still alive? – Yeah, they are. They’re pretty young actually. They’re 64 and 62, so they’re young. – [Andrea] What will they think about you being on the cover of a cannabis magazine? – You know my mom was
super propaganda’d out by Nancy Reagan. So she was super hardcore, like, say no to drugs. And so I think, look, I think my parents know, first of all, the great thing about my parents is, and I just spent a week with them because of vacation. They’re very thoughtful, meaning, like, I genuinely believe with my heart and soul that cannabis is a far better
thing for so many human beings than a lot of the things that are legal in the United States, on a federal level. And so my parents are thoughtful that way. My mom can get caught
up in the stigma of it. I think right now if you actually
like lie detector test me, here’s what I would say, my mom would be like, “Hmm.” And my dad would be like, “He’s a genius. “That’s gonna work out.” Which is really interesting, ’cause that would be
literally the opposite of almost everything else. My mom is my greatest cheerleader and thinks I’m a genius. But I definitely think, I’m telling you Nancy Reagan got to her. – [Andrea] Well, Nancy
Reagan was a smart lady. She had a message to
send and she did it well. That’s for sure. – No question. – [Andrea] So, at some point before 2012, you had the realization
that corporate America was slow to pick up on
content strategy trends. Do you think cannabis is
making a similar mistake? – No, actually I think cannabis, from my observation early on, is really good at it, because you have such young entrepreneurs who are native to that communication. I think the platforms;
Facebook, Google, and such, don’t let them advertise in all the ways they wish they could. But actually I think the cannabis industry is going to be the teacher
of innovation to a lot of, I view the cannabis industry the way I view Procter
and Gamble and Coca Cola, consumer package goods. And I think that from, you know, obviously
depending on what happens at a federal state level, but I think they’re going
to innovate and show. I mean, I’m very comfortable
making this prediction. In 2040, cannabis companies
are gonna be the ones influencing the way diapers, and tires, and soda, and
shampoo is being sold. – [Andrea] So you often say
that people aren’t marketing in the year that they live in. Any advice for cannabis companies wanting to market their
brands in 2018 and beyond? – Well, you know, again, they can’t run the paid
advertising on Facebook and YouTube that I want them to. So it’s about influencer
marketing and organic creative within the Facebook, since we have Snapchats of the world. The end. And I’ll say this again. No question, the cannabis industry is ahead of almost every other industry, because of its general youth
and pure bred entrepreneurship. – [Andrea] You said that one thing that scares the fuck out
of you are nice watches and Ferraris. What is one piece of advice
you would give to someone who is motivated by material possessions? – You know, to really create
context around that statement, anybody who buys a nice
watch, or a Ferrari, or a big house because
they’re disguising insecurity, is my great fear. Using material things to put a bandaid on your emotional
shortcomings is very scary. And so my piece of advice is, figure out that buying
a $900 Supreme backpack isn’t gonna trick the smartest people. – [Andrea] And I was watching, I think it was your South
by Southwest talk last year, or might’ve even been in 2016. And you often talk about the
marathon versus the sprint, and how building a plan
is more advantageous than spreading your, and focusing on one location, but trying to, essentially,
grow too big for your britches. I guess I’m just curious on, I’d like to hear more, like the importance of branding and what advice you’d give, and how people can do it well. – You know, I think you and I share this. And I’d be lying if I didn’t tell you that I’m aware of a lot of the people that are in the industry, and that my voice is uniquely
beneficial to this industry, because you have an
enormous amount of people in the industry right now that are so obnoxiously short term, that you want your
forefathers to be good, right? Because then you have healthier industry. And, so, it’s funny. I look at emerging markets, whether it’s the emerging gambling market that we’re gonna see because
of the Supreme Court ruling, cryptocurrency, cannabis. What happens in these markets, is often times you get 3% to 4% pioneers and 96% hucksters, right? And there’s an obnoxious
amount of hucksters in the cannabis industry now. A, because they just like smoking weed, and they think they’re gonna be fucking the Mark Zuckerberg of weed, or, two, ’cause they see it as a trend, and they wanna cash in fast. To me, it’s very simple. It’s a simple as this: life is actually a marathon. Wouldn’t be a good idea
to train for a marathon? You know, it’s that framework. Like be patient. Don’t like invest all
your money on something that seems like this is the great, this new formation of cannabis
or hemp is gonna be like, people are chasing a lottery ticket instead of thinking about what
I want them to think about, which is you have a ton of
24 years old in the industry, 30 year olds, and saying, “Okay, I’m gonna
be in this for 20 years. “20 years. “How am I gonna do that?” And so that’s what I do, right? Like, VaynerMedia is now in year nine. I’ve only really run it for seven years. I’ve always thought about it long term. And now it’s 900 people. And now it’s hundreds of
millions of dollars in revenue. And now it’s a big thing. But a lot of people that started companies in 2009 through 2011 with me, my homies from Silicon Valley and others, even though they raised
millions, and millions, and millions of dollars, their companies are out of business now. Short term thinking. And this industry is, in the same way that the
cannabis industry over-indexes on really progressive marketing, it also over-indexes on
unbelievable impatience, and way too many people
doing it for the lifestyle, not for the business. – [Andrea] You talk often about the ways to communicate with the world. Like, so, you write, you’ve got audio and you’ve got video. I don’t think, for me personally, of course this is just my perspective, that this industry has
done a very good job of any of those things. And so what would you like to see? I mean, as an investor in this arena, now that, you know, took up ownership in Green Street, what would you like to
see this industry do as far as, you know,
writing, audio, and video, to educate the masses, and get people to realize
what cannabis is all about? Because it’s different
things for different people. – There’s two things that aren’t
happening to your question, one, there’s just not
enough people creating, they’re not doing. They’re not fucking working. And number two, they’re being too ideological and romantic instead of speaking truths. I’m one of the most popular entrepreneurs in our current society, no question. Super proud of that accomplishment. I also find it intriguing
that I’m probably the one that talks most about the
shortcoming of entrepreneurship, and how many fake entrepreneurs there are. I’m not getting high on my own supply. – [Andrea] You’re not? – I’m not. You know, I think I’m being
critical and thoughtful about the game. And I think that one of the things I see in the cannabis industry, is that no matter what conversation I have with somebody about it, they’re one Team Cannabis without seeing any other part of it, right? It’s blind buy in. So what I would say is more
work and more articles, and audio and video output, and more authentic conversations. Like what are you actually thinking, not what’s in the best, like, do you know how many
people are just saying things that are in the best
financial interest of them in the short term? – [Andrea] Too many? – Most. – [Andrea] Well, yeah, I mean, so, it’s interesting, we’re about to start a big project here, where we’re gonna really
criticize the cannabis community. We’re gonna do thick
investigative articles, where we’re gonna dive in deep, and we’re gonna say, you know what? When people legalized cannabis, they voted for it. They did so under the guys
who promised a lot of things. And, so, are we living as a community, and as an industry, and as a sort of new industry, like are we living up to the promises that we put forth? And it will be very
interesting to sort of put people’s toes in hot water, and asking them hard questions. Because it’s very easy
to sort of sit back, and say– – I wish you could see the
size of my smile right now. I’m so proud of your guys, because it’s very hard
to be in an industry that’s this young, and not just become the press
release for the people in it. But what you’re actually gonna, is actually bring value to it. I mean, I’m telling you right now, my creative curiosity, my entrepreneurial curiosity, and the fact that I know I
can bring real tangible value to this industry, is the only reason you and
I are talking right now. – [Andrea] I mean, I appreciate your time. I’ve listened to a lot of your videos, your podcasts that are out there, interviews. And I think you’ve definitely
got something to say. That’s for sure. I keep hearing you say
that you don’t like being sort of pegged as pundit, or a guru, or a motivational speaker. Why is that? And why not? – That’s a great question. I don’t want that because
it’s not the truth. I spend 85% of my time being an executive of a 900-person, four-office company. And I think it’s important, because I only think the truth wins. And so that’s number one. Number two, the reason I don’t, is ’cause I respect execution too much. And I think that only being a speaker, only being an author, only being a pundit, is pontificating and not doing. And I love to pontificate as
my extracurricular activity to my actual doing. I also am even more exciting
that my pontifications come from the outputs of my doing. Very simply, I think it’s a lot better to take advice from somebody who’s done
the things they’re fucking talking about. – [Andrea] Well, fuck yeah. – Right? It’s super hard for me to get fired up about a 20 year old life coach, when they’re lived 20 years. It’s super fucking, I have a lot of cynicism for somebody who writes a business book when they’ve been a professor
at Yale their whole lives. – [Andrea] You talk a lot of about empathy and sort of compassion. And not sort of getting
insulted by what other people think of you. Specifically, you always
say, like your parents. What do you say to
someone who is constantly very aware of like what
other people think, and sort of subscribe to that ideology of sort of people-pleasing? I mean, how do you get
someone out of that mindset? – To me, I think the
only way you get anybody out of any mindset, is to paint pictures for them to look at that are different from the pictures that they’re looking at. And, so, for me, I’m on
this constant mission to make people understand, the quickest way to be unhappy in the life is to let somebody else
dictate your emotions. And the truth is, the people that dictate your emotions tend to be the people
that are closest to you, starting with your parents. I mean, it’s just fucking real. I mean, are you kidding me? Everybody’s issues, everybody’s issues is with their parents. Like all of them. Obviously, not every single person. But I’m talking, like, I don’t know, 90-something-percent. I mean, it’s a real thing, you know? – [Andrea] At one point, when I did my research on you, you sort of critiqued the creatives. But they’re necessary. And we need people that are creative, and then we need sort of the test people, so to speak. But what advice, I mean, we’re in a creative industry, what we do here at this magazine, there isn’t one single person here, maybe other than our finance person, who isn’t creative. What advice would you
give to creatives in 2018? You know, there’s so many options. – Yeah, make more stuff. People less subjective. Recognize that your ego and power trip is the reason that you’re
trying to be perfect or spending too much time on stuff. We live in a world where you
can get instant feedback. We can create a lot more content. There’s a lot more distribution. Wrap your head around it. You can’t be a creative that
lives in the subjectiveness of your own point of view. Otherwise you’ll become
obsolete in the environment we now live in. – [Andrea] We don’t know much about, like during your personal life, and if you don’t wanna
share that, that’s fine, but what the hell do you do for fun, Gary? – Well, I mean, first of all– – Other than working. – I mean, I love the New York
Jets more than breathing. So, 16 Sundays during the
Fall and Winter, I love that. I’m a weirdly passionate garage sailor. Like, literally no joke, one of the things that’s
most fun to me in the world, is to go garage sale-ing and
buy shit for like a dollar, and then flip it on eBay for nine. – [Andrea] So you’re still working? – What else? I like documentaries. I like playing basketball and tennis. I love spending time with my family. Like uncomfortably. Love that. I love hiphop. – [Andrea] If your wife
can tell us the thing that she thinks is the
most annoying about you, what would it be? Like do you leave your
dirty socks on the floor or something? – Yeah, it would be like
typical fucking husband shit. Like I’m not paying attention. Like I don’t throw out the trash. Like dumb shit. Cliche shit, I think. I mean, look, I travel a lot. So that’s real. And I’ll tell ya another thing, like no joke. I didn’t answer it this way, ’cause I feel like it was a little cliche, but then I’m always drawn to the truth, ’cause I always think it wins. You can’t imagine how fucking fun my professional life is to me. You don’t understand, I’m a pure bred entrepreneur for real, for real, for real. Like documented. Lemonade stands. Baseball cards. DNF student. Long before this
entrepreneurship thing was cool, like I was on it. It was me. It’s who I was. And I lived the first 20 years of my life scrutinized by adults
outside of my mom and dad, who said I wasn’t good, and I wasn’t gonna make it. Instead of entitlement, I was brought up in adversity, which became my strength. I was told that I lost from the get by every adult outside of my parents. So imagine how easy it is for me to deal with adversity, and negativity, and trolling, and setbacks, and pressure, it’s the fucking dirt that I come from. – [Andrea] So I read that, yeah, the lemonade stand, baseball card thing, I heard that from you. And you said that you focused on more on making good lemonade stand signs than you did on actually
making good lemonade. Is that an testament to
what you do at VaynerMedia? – No, that was a young Gary. But I will say this, I will say this. I’m gonna answer it a couple ways. No. Over the last 37 years or 35 years, since then I’ve realized the best product is a very good way to go. However, I’ve also learned
that only the customer gets to decide what the best product is. How many cups of sugar do
you like in your lemonade? – [Andrea] I mean, exactly. – Right? So, I think that it’s both. And I think that learning
that was really good. Does that make sense? – [Andrea] Yeah. So listen. You’re gonna be on the cover
art of our technology issue. It’s our inaugural. The first one we’ve ever done. In that vain, I mean, tech, like, what is something that
would like our audience to read on our first ever tech issue? – You mean what else should I, where else should you guys
look to fill out the issue? – [Andrea] Sure, yeah. – You should definitely focus
on podcasting and audio. It’s very, very real. The other thing is, I do think
a lot of the advancements in the industry have been around the units that are delivering the cannabis. I think there’s been a
lot of innovation in that. I think that’s a very good
place for you guys to think about like 10 best delivery mechanisms, or however you want to kind of call it. – [Andrea] We’re actually
doing an article on that. – I love that. I’ll tell you. There’s a lot to do there. Design of the hardware
around the industry, I think is very interesting. Even the containers in which the cannabis is being delivered now. Like in drops, and what forms. I think there’s a lot
of technology in that that people don’t realize. – [Andrea] The delivery method? – Yeah, just like the vapes and all that. Just the delivery mechanisms, right? And, so, I think there’s
a lot to do there. And I would say, I definitely do something
on like 25 best influencers on Instagram around the industry, who aren’t hucksters. You know, just being thoughtful, and maybe it’s nine or seven. Hey, guys, I actually, uh, I’ve got a little bit of an emergency I’ve been holding off for like 10 minutes. If you need more from me, I’m happy to do another
call later in the week. I’ll have my team set it up. But I’ve really got to run. I apologize. – [Andrea] Nope, you already gave us more time than we were promised, Gary. Thank you so much.
– Thank you guys. Take care, bye-bye. – [Andrea] Bye-bye.

100 thoughts on “The Future of the Cannabis Industry | Interview With DOPE Magazine”

  1. I’m going to leave a more thorough, thoughtful comment later bc this topic is so interesting to me, but I wish she was less scripted in her responses. She just asks questions immediately after Gary hits her with a wealth of knowledge. IMO it would be nice if she engaged more and expanded upon what Gary said a little bit rather than being so robotic with her scripted questions.

  2. Right….?!? You sound like a flunkie from the jump…. Dude your not a ‘hustler’ You sound more like a ‘clout’ chaser, and your ‘demographics’ are those who can’t read thru your BS……. SMH….. FOH SON. Spare me the antics…… hahahahahahahahahahahahaha

  3. Thank you for coming into the cannabis industry! Please do what you can to help the media side of cannabis! There’s too much censorship going on these big platforms! Stay Loaded Up ??

  4. All the new cannabis companies. Lot of us creators.. and content creators are in discussions with companies. One way or another the content is going to get made. Once the radar gets off our backs and legislation moves in the correct direction. One thing to have a passion another to mask them with micro stuff. Very happy I got into this early on with content creation back in 2015. Starting slow, and where ever the shift goes we can go ya know. I said to you before Gary I am not a wine guy and more of a cannabis guy. Curious where our paths cross down the road.

  5. AHA I HAVE THIS MAGAZINE SITTING IN MY ROOM!?? come visit my channel if your looking for a upcoming weed rapper makin dope music , I promise imma be big in tha weed biz with my music one day!

  6. Yo Gary, I run a company called leafDrop. We are using tech in ways never used before. I'd love to chat with you about what we're doing on the inventory/tracking side. It can scale to any other industry.

  7. Gary's face just few seconds before the "i am not getting high on my own supply" , it's priceless; he was waiting to say it 😀

  8. Gary, I helped my sister to full remission from her stage 4 cancer and so I appreciate your chat here on cannabis. Now, I'm helping others with legal Hemp CBD oIL.

  9. I get the shaky camera is supposed to feel hip and organic and "we don't care about old paradigms" but it was supremely annoying here.

  10. Legalization is fucking up what was a good thing, decriminalize and get the government out of my life. That will never be out on the table though because pharmaceutical companies wont profit….

  11. It has to be taken OFF
    Please support SENATOR CORY BOOKER to get the MARIJUANA JUSTICE ACT allowed. It has been initiated in 2017 and has still not going through the House of Representatives!

  12. Tips on how to get into the industry and build a meaningful career? Currently 19 years of age residing in Colorado, majoring in marketing. Cannabis has been my passion and will forever be my passion. ?

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  16. Biggest issue with getting into the cannabis industry is the horrendous tax laws you’re subject to for the purchase/sale of a schedule 1 narcotic

  17. i live and breath excitement. so i got a lot of love for this guy. i was selling candy and lemonaid hussling 15 dollars a day at school as a 5 year old, buying trading cards. turning 10 to 20 in every way possible as i got older. now the innovation is all i care about. being places in the future and making deals that will go far. we're heading into a revolutionary phase of living, as blockchain is going to benefit our lives with synchronization in software in every appliance and object in our life!!!

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  19. (I wrote this in another comment section too)

    Gary, in 2010 I was diagnosed with combat-related PTSD from my deployment to Afghanistan in 2009. From 2010 to 2016, I was on AT LEAST 7 pills a day! I had issues waking up in the morning up to having my wife punching me to get me out of my drowsiness (let's be honest here, she hated it, but she loved the fact she could punch me for free LOL). In 2016, I decided to switch to medical marijuana and within 2 months, I completely stopped the pills and I vaporized weed (davinci vaporizer is DA SHIT!) once or twice a day. The effect on my body and mind were a lot better with marijuana, which is grown naturally without any chemicals, than with the 7 pills. Marijuna solved a lot of my anxiety, hypervigilance and isolation problems. It's truly a solution for the future and it's very unfortunate that people have a real bad misconception of the true values of marijuana. I could talk for hours on how it COMPLETELY changed my life, both socially and mentally.

    I think I will do a couple of VLOGs on how marijuana is so beneficial for people that have PTSD and anxiety issues!

    Thanks for the amazing video!


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  20. GaryVee, you are awesome brother. Speaking from experience, the industry was much more lucrative under medical marijuana legislation. The recreational laws, and regulations that have came with it, have only given rise to outside million-dollar investors, and and handful of greedy industry folks who helped design the legislation to benefit themselves maintaining business. The rest had been pushed aside because of all the red tape and regulations, and permits, and inspections, etc. It was sad to see. I moved to Cali from Jerz when I was 13. I saw it all be created and destroyed. Medical marijuana was the best thing to happen to California. And it was destroyed by recreational. Just my two cents.

  21. What is that silver disc looking doodad that Gary keeps picking up when he has to shift thoughts to answer questions during the interview? Would like to know who makes/sells it

  22. Oh, whoopidee-do-da! Great, just like our Dictatorships did with booze and tobacco multi-billion dollar industries. They destroyed countless peoples lives, based on their lies, about the so called deadly drug, marijuana, but suddenly it's safe enough to allow the masses access to it. After all, they and "their" corporate pals will get stinking rich(again) just like they have over booze and tobacco, only now they'll add Monsanto garbage pesticides/herbicide toxins to it as well.

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  24. Gary tried to make the most of this but that woman was a TERRIBLE interviewer, it was very obvious she had a list of questions as she bounced back and forth on topics, coming back to ones, not interacting much with his answers… this should be a lesson for anyone trying to podcast, or create news how NOT to do it

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  27. I can see one of Gary’s favorite songs being “Work” by Rhianna, although it’ll be edited. The only line he listens to over and over is “Work, work, work, work, work, work”

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  31. I am weeds biggest fan and have smoked for over 20 years. But for some reason I hate this guy, the way he speaks, acts and although he words things in such a way that it sounds like he's being clever. But I honestly didn't hear anything from this guy that I couldn't have worked out for myself and most of it I already knew. I may get hate for this, yet I don't think this guy said one word that was ground-breaking or has not already been said before. Come back in 20 years to see where this guy is then as he's so sure about what's going to happen 20 years down the line.

  32. Your title is the future of the cannabis industry I am a very new person inverse myself however I do know how to research just came about you today sorry I don’t know you but I have information for you that maybe you probably already heard of maybe the company is Canna V Cell Scienes his pitch to Gravitas Is very informative that’s all I have to say thank you for listening wish you the best I do think this is the future

  33. Cannabis companies probably pay him to say this stuff tricking us but boosting there share profit when ultimately Gary dosent Know or give 2 fuck about this just getting a bag.

  34. Vee should stick to Wine. What he does not understand is that Big Ag is already here. Its a silent takeover and anyone actually in the industry knows time is running out. The craft cannabis community is literally a pipe dream. People dont give a shit about who breeds the weed or even what they are smoking….hell most people dont even want to smoke weed anymore they just want the pen. I'm telling you Big Ag is wiping the floor with those who have built the industry. Let me ask you this??? Does anybody give a shit about what strain of tobacco or who grew it? No they dont give a shit…..what they give a shit about is a big brand like Camel or Marlboro. Anyone thinking they are going to see Weed commercials are dreaming also….do you see Cig commercials? Commercial Branding is not necessary and already is and will continue to be heavily regulated…..what is necessary is that they see your brand anywhere they are buying weed. Thats it. Stores will be online transactions only no more outlets or dispensary……delivery will be done by that company who has established themselves like Amazon. Oh yeah and if you think Amazon is not trying to get into the game they are…..they will make no announcement until Investors are safe from the Schedule 1 classification. Once that happens it will be a God Damn Feeding Frenzy with those still holding on to the Dream of a Pro Grower getting used a Chum. If you are in the industry get out…..Investors are getting dumped on in the start up sector with zero returns……Once they bleed out the Dumb Money( Gary Vee)….Big Ag will come in and take over on pennies on the dollar. The Black Market is over also although currently making a small comeback as California gets bottle necked on distribution but again once Big Ag has distribution in place prices will continue to drop and then like cigs will go to any price the industry wants it to stay at once competition has been removed…..You literally like cigaretts are going to have two brands like Phillip Morris and R.J. Reynolds…..ironically they will prob be the two brands in Cannabis due to pre existing infrastructure. They just need and Im sure they already have the strain in tissue culture that they will use in Kentucky.

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  36. This interviewer is terrible. He would go for 2 straight minutes at a time and could never ask a question that played off what he was talking about. She just sat quietly and waited for her next scripted question.

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  38. Hard to take a guy serious that doesn't shave, dresses in an old T-shirt, and has an office that looks like a $200 a month strip mall office.

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