Top 70 Quotes Every Business Owner Must Read To Get Inspired

Top 70 Quotes Every Business Owner Must Read To Get Inspired

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When it comes to business, I discovered that to become successful, you have to ask successful people what they do differently, apply it to yours and watch the magic happen. Nature is actually neutral, simply applying the said successful individual’s approach to your business would definitely improve your venture and that is the reason I decided to share with you today, a collection of 70 outstanding quotes from successful entrepreneurs around the globe that would not only boost your confidence, but also build an unshakable business person in you. Do enjoy the quotes.
  1. When You are ready to quit, you are close than you think. – Bob Parsons
  2. In deciding whether to include a service , look at how it fits in with the overall vision. – Iain Dodsworth
  3. The key to success for everything in business, science and technology is never to follow the others. – Masaru Ibuka
  4. The difference between a vision and hallucination is that other people can see the vision.  – Marc Andreessen
  5. Expect and hope that a quarter of your projects fail.If not,you’re not taking enough risk. – Adam Smith
  6. Always deliver more than expected. – Larry Page
  7. Don’t take forever to make a decision, but don’t make it too fast. – Micah Baldwin
  8. The largest opportunities are found in ideas that go against the grain. – Omar Hamoui
  9. A person who is quietly confident makes the best leader. – Fred Wilson
  10. Ambition and Hard work go hand in hand. – Adii Pienaar
  11. The strongest thing you can have as an entrepreneur is not to rely on luck but cultivating an ability to recognize  fortunate situations when they are occurring. – Jack Dorsey
  12. Whateveryou are thinkng, think bigger. – Tony Hsieh
  13. Success is very much the intersect of luck andhard work. – Dustin Moskovitz
  14. Nothing worksbetterthanjust improving your product. – Joel Spolsky
  15. You are the most powerful force in your life. – Brian Wong
  16. There is no finish line. So love the journey. – David
  17. If everything you do works, then you’re not taking many risks and probably aren’t innovating either. – Paul Buchheit.
  18. No is easier to do. Yes is easier to say.
  19. To have a great idea,have a lot of them. – Thomas Edison.
  20. Individuals don’t build great companies, teams do.
  21. It isn’t the consumers job to know what they want. – Steve Jobs
  22. Success is defined in units of fun, It’s all about being happy. – Jake Nickell
  23. Everyday that we spent not improving our product was a wasted day. – Joel Spolsky
  24. People are not good at expressing their frustration. The best way to listen to  the customer is through metrics. – Chris Hughes
  25. When I’m hiring, I don’t look for credentials, I look for knowledge. – Aza Raskin
  26. Design is more important than technology in most consumer applications. – Dave McClure
  27. Simplicity and common sense should characterize planning and strategic direction. – Marc Andreessen
  28. Sometimes you gotta run before you can walk. – Tony Stark
  29. It’s not always the most popular person who gets the job done. – Gordon Gekko
  30. Everything’s impossible until somebody does it. – Bruce Wayne
  31. Hire great people and give them freedom to be awesome. – Andrew Mason
  32. People will pay for something they like because they want to ensure its future. – Marco Arment
  33. We try to to solve complicated problems without letting people know how complicated the problem was. – Jonathan Ive
  34. Startup success is driven most by the product passion, quality, vision, team-work and persistence of the founding team and the talent that the team attracts. – Jim Breyer
  35. Design is a career where you learn creative decision making. – Biz Stone
  36. There is nothing wrong with staying small. You can do big things with a small team. – Jason Fried
  37. Don’t worry about failure; you only have to be right once. – Drew Houston
  38. Don’t get ahead of yourself. Companies need time to figure out what they want to be. – Bart Decrem
  39. A good idea is worthless without impeccable execution and a commitment to iterate. – Zack Klein
  40. Get five or six of your smartest friends in a room and ask them to rate your idea. – Mark Pincus
  41. Don’t worry about people stealing your design work. Worry about they day they stop. – Jeffrey Zeldman
  42. Price is what you pay. Value is what you get. – Warren Buffet
  43. You don’t need to win every medal to be successful. – Jason Fried
  44. Make mistakes faster. – Andrew Grove
  45. Fail often so you can succeed sooner. – Tom Kelley
  46. Your work speaks for you. – Michael Lopp
  47. Simple things should be simple. Complex things should be possible. – Alan Kay.
  48. Chase the vision and not the money, the money would end up following you. – Tony Hsieh
  49. I mostly built stuff that I liked. – Mark Zuckerberg
  50. Do fewer things. – Evan Williams
  51. A business has to be involving, it has to be fun,and it has to exercise your creative instincts. – Richard Branson
  52. We watch our competitors, learn from them, see the things they were doing for customers and copy those things as much as we can. – Jezz Bezos
  53. Don’t try to be original, just try to be good.  – Paul Rand
  54. You don’t need to have a 100-person company to develop that idea. – Larry Page
  55. Don’t leave hold of your common sense. Think about what you’re doing and how the technology can enhance it. Don’t think about technology first. – Esther Dyson
  56. For the most ambitious young people, the corporate ladder is obsolete. – Paul Graham
  57. We have a strategic plan. It’s called doing things. – Herb Kelleher
  58. Why join the navy if you can be a pirate? – Steve Jobs
  59. Your most unhappy customers are your greatest source of learning. – Bill Gates
  60. Ideas are easy. Implementation is hard. – Guy Kawasaki
  61. The only thing worst than starting something and failing; is not starting something. – Seth Godin
  62. Sometimes life hits you in the head with a brick. Don’t lose faith. – Steve Jobs
  63. Solve a real problem and the world is yours. – Aaron Patzer
  64. Marry the problem, not the solution. – Dan Greenberg
  65. Experience is great but never let it stand in the way of progress. – Boris Veldhuijzen van Zanten
  66. Think of it as you want it, not as it is! – Larry Ellision
  67. Remember: It’s not innovation until it gets built. – Garry Tan
  68. Stop Sketching and start building. -Dennis Crowley
  69. Make sure the thing you are working on is something you love. – Bred Feld
  70. Nobody accomplishes success by themselves. – Malcolm Gladwell.
I’ve made it a habit to read 10 of these quotes to myself daily (that covers the 70 quotes within a week). You could apply my strategy, and you’ll see the effect it’ll have on your thinking about business in the next 60 days.
Hope you apply these tips by great minds into your daily business activities. Feel free to add yours in the comment box below and share with your friends.


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