Business Advice Quotes

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Idowu Koyenikan
“The type of person you are is usually reflected in your business. To improve your business, first improve yourself.”
Idowu Koyenikan, Wealth for All: Living a Life of Success at the Edge of Your Ability

Sheryl Sandberg
“In the future, there will be no female leaders. There will just be leaders.”
Sheryl Sandberg, Lean In: Women, Work, and the Will to Lead

Idowu Koyenikan
“When you work on something that only has the capacity to make you 5 dollars, it does not matter how much harder you work – the most you will make is 5 dollars.”
idowu koyenikan, Wealth for All: Living a Life of Success at the Edge of Your Ability
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Idowu Koyenikan
“Your brand must communicate the value that you bring to a working relationship.”
idowu koyenikan, Wealth for All: Living a Life of Success at the Edge of Your Ability

Richard Branson
“You get the idea. Every business, like a painting, operates according to its own rules. There are many ways to run a successful company. What works once may never work again. What everyone tells you never to do may just work, once. There are no rules. You don't learn to walk by following rules. You learn by doing, and by falling over, and it's because you fall over that you learn to save yourself from falling over. It's the greatest thrill in the world and it runs away screaming at the first sight of bullet points.”
Richard Branson, Business Stripped Bare: Adventures of a Global Entrepreneur

Ha-Joon Chang
“The widely accepted assertion that, only if you let markets be will everyone be paid correctly and thus fairly, according to his worth, is a myth. Only when we part with this myth and grasp the political nature of the market and the collective nature of individual productivity will we be able to build a more just society in which historical legacies and collective actions, and not just individual talents and efforts, are properly taken into account in deciding how to reward people.”
Ha-Joon Chang, 23 Things They Don't Tell You about Capitalism

Ryan Lilly
“Get off the treadmill of consumption, replication, and mediocrity. Begin lifting the weights of creativity, originality, and success.”
Ryan Lilly

Ha-Joon Chang
“Running the company for the shareholders often reduces its long-term growth potential.”
Ha-Joon Chang, 23 Things They Don't Tell You about Capitalism

“You can't rely on others—especially your managers and clients—to engage your strengths. In an ideal world, managers would constantly be thinking about how to best utilize their people—and clients would always unearth your greatest potential. Unfortunately, the reality is that bosses and clients are as worried about their own careers as you are about your own. You must take the task of marketing your strengths into your own hands.”
Scott Belsky, Making Ideas Happen: Overcoming the Obstacles Between Vision and Reality

Jeannette Walls
“You'll never make a fortune working for the boss man”
Jeannette Walls, The Glass Castle

Chris     Murray
“We’re all somebody’s prospect; we’re all somebody’s customer.”
Chris Murray, Selling with EASE: The Four Step Sales Cycle Found in Every Successful Business Transaction

Chris     Murray
“Think about it: if someone had found a way to manipulate human choice and free will – if someone actually had that kind of power – wouldn’t it be a tad surprising if they then decided to share their secret with the masses in a book for $20? Not to mention how it would be just very slightly unethical.”
Chris Murray, Selling with EASE: The Four Step Sales Cycle Found in Every Successful Business Transaction

Isaiah Hankel
“You are in control of your priorities – you can erase old priorities and define new priorities at will.”
Isaiah Hankel, Black Hole Focus: How Intelligent People Can Create a Powerful Purpose for Their Lives

Spencer Fraseur
“Some choices are better than others and we, as mortal humans, cannot be expected to always choose the best ones. What we can control is how we evaluate past decisions. Our readiness to reflect and realize that we were wrong. Our ability to admit our wrongs and move forward. To say we are sorry or make amends for mistakes. To apply what we’ve learned from past follies and choose wiser in the present. I contend that in a random and often chaotic world of choices, that is what we can control.”
Spencer Fraseur, The Irrational Mind: How To Fight Back Against The Hidden Forces That Affect Our Decision Making

Chris     Murray
“Focusing on Earning the Right will have an incredible effect on the success of every single sales call that you will make from this day on.”
Chris Murray, Selling with EASE: The Four Step Sales Cycle Found in Every Successful Business Transaction

Spencer Fraseur
“The greatest leaders in the world fight cognitive bias by developing 'rules to live by' and carefully following predetermined routines to maximize efficiency and control of their environment”
Spencer Fraseur, The Irrational Mind: How To Fight Back Against The Hidden Forces That Affect Our Decision Making

Spencer Fraseur
“We often trick ourselves into thinking that we possess enough knowledge or control over any given situation to make correct choices. Maybe that is why we hold on to the decisions we make so dearly even when we know we are wrong.”
Spencer Fraseur, The Irrational Mind: How To Fight Back Against The Hidden Forces That Affect Our Decision Making

Spencer Fraseur
“Great leaders don’t lead others with bitterness or resentfulness of past mistakes, they lead with hope and knowledge of the past to inform greater decision making in the future.”
Spencer Fraseur, The Irrational Mind: How To Fight Back Against The Hidden Forces That Affect Our Decision Making

Spencer Fraseur
“We live in an age where people pride themselves on individualism and the concept of living authentically. The human race strives towards self-help and desires nothing if not constant self-improvement both inward and outward. So, I ask you, what can be more authentic than learning the truth? How can one form their unique self without first knowing more possibilities? How can a person truly strive for such grandiose dreams of self-improvement without the ability to listen to the advice and knowledge of others?”
Spencer Fraseur, The Irrational Mind: How To Fight Back Against The Hidden Forces That Affect Our Decision Making

Kashonia Carnegie
“Ethical actions can often entail short-term pain, but will always result in long-term gains. By contrast, unethical actions frequently have short-term gains, which make them so attractive. But I guarantee that unethical actions will always result in some form of long-term pain and ultimate collapse, frequently in unexpected ways.”
Kashonia Carnegie PhD

Spencer Fraseur
“We live in a world where people believe they have full control of
their choices and decisions, but rarely have the holistic knowledge to effectively wield such power.”
Spencer Fraseur, The Irrational Mind: How To Fight Back Against The Hidden Forces That Affect Our Decision Making

Spencer Fraseur
“Having an understanding of the human mind and how it functions is probably the single most important thing anyone who wants to be successful can do”
Spencer Fraseur, The Irrational Mind: How To Fight Back Against The Hidden Forces That Affect Our Decision Making

Spencer Fraseur
“We have two choices when it comes to creating impactful change in
people’s decision-making process. We can create technology to prohibit or create rules to follow”
Spencer Fraseur, The Irrational Mind: How To Fight Back Against The Hidden Forces That Affect Our Decision Making

Spencer Fraseur
“Imagine a world full of people who take their choices seriously, carefully weighing the options presented to them. I wonder where we would be if people put as much thought into their decision-making process as they do so many other things in their lives.”
Spencer Fraseur, The Irrational Mind: How To Fight Back Against The Hidden Forces That Affect Our Decision Making

Spencer Fraseur
“We are all skyscrapers, continually adding rooms and floors to who we are. Once one floor is done, the next begins and the result is a constant work in progress. The best business leaders treat their companies like projects never to be completed, only improved and refined, so why shouldn’t we also treat ourselves as such?”
Spencer Fraseur, The Irrational Mind: How To Fight Back Against The Hidden Forces That Affect Our Decision Making

Spencer Fraseur
“Even in an age where the answer to almost all of life’s questions is a simple Google search away, we often don’t take the time to read the entire article for the answer. We don’t make time to actively seek out the truth, only the first or most relevant result.”
Spencer Fraseur, The Irrational Mind: How To Fight Back Against The Hidden Forces That Affect Our Decision Making

Spencer Fraseur
“The goal shouldn’t be to make the perfect decision every time but to make less bad decisions than everyone else.”
Spencer Fraseur, The Irrational Mind: How To Fight Back Against The Hidden Forces That Affect Our Decision Making

Spencer Fraseur
“when you face disappointments and trials in life, your response dictates the character that will be created in you as a result.”
Spencer Fraseur, The Irrational Mind: How To Fight Back Against The Hidden Forces That Affect Our Decision Making

Spencer Fraseur
“What we value and our priorities in life make us who we are. We are unique not only because of our outward differences, but arguably more importantly, our inward differences. Our values steer our personal and professional lives and have a distinct imprint on the decisions we make.”
Spencer Fraseur, The Irrational Mind: How To Fight Back Against The Hidden Forces That Affect Our Decision Making

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