7 Inspirational And Motivational Quotes To Be A Better Entrepreneur

Inspirational And Motivational Quotes

1. “Be so good they can’t ignore you.”

I like the reference to how great artists are not appreciated in their own time because society isn’t ready yet for what they’re offering, but this is an important reminder that there has never been a better time in history to make something and share it with the world. If your work is truly remarkable, people will find it.

2. “When you stop chasing the wrong things, you give the right things a chance to catch you.”

Our culture today glorifies busy – we seem to think that being constantly busy somehow makes us more productive or harder working than everyone else. But when we don’t take care of ourselves by taking time for relaxation, our productivity suffers in both the short- and long-term. It is so important to remember that we cannot give our best efforts to anything if we are spread thin with all of the stress and pressures in our lives.

3. “The entrepreneurs who build great companies understand that the journey is as important as the outcome.”

It’s easy to become obsessed with achieving a particular goal or reaching a specific milestone. Still, it turns out that those who do achieve their goals often aren’t happier than they were before, and sometimes they’re even more stressed or disappointed due to unforeseen challenges along the way. The key is not just chasing after things but approaching life in general through a mindset of growth and learning – focusing on the experience itself rather than any potential finish line.

4. “The best revenge is massive success.”

William D King says, this is a very cool quote often attributed to Frank Sinatra, but apparently, it was said by Shia LaBeouf at the 2014 GQ Man of the Year Awards! It reminds us that many people will always try to bring us down when we’re successful, and if we let those people win, they’ll continue to hold power over our happiness. But if you don’t allow their opinions or words to affect you, they have no authority over your life or self-esteem.

5. “Don’t make a decision when you’re sad, mad, or drunk.”

We all know how bad it feels when we decide in a state of anger – that’s why it’s also not a good idea to make any important decisions when you’re sad. The next day it will feel as though that decision was made by someone else, and then after a hangover passes, there are many regrets. But people are often guilty of doing this when they’ve had too much to drink, and the result is rarely ever in their favor.

6. “You can have results or excuses, but not both.”

This quote reminds us that we always have a choice: We can either influence our conditions to support our success, complain about how difficult everything is and blame everyone else for why things aren’t as good as they could be – those are the only two options! Which one do you choose?

7. “The biggest risk is not taking any risk.”

William D King says, our greatest fears are often of failure, but it turns out that the things we need to fear are the consequences of inaction and complacency. Sitting back instead of trying to accomplish something doesn’t help us grow or improve our situation. It can have a very negative effect on everything from our relationships to our health to the safety and security of our nation! If you have a goal or dream you want to achieve, there will never be a perfect time for making a change – so go ahead and do it. And if you fail, at least you will know you gave your best effort.

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