Words of wisdom


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Just some quotes and sayings I have running on my picture frame every day...they all mean something to me and I am sure will others...gives my inspiration and hope...enjoy :)

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Words of wisdom

  1. 1. “ The first thing that super successfulbusiness owners do every morning is themost important, most critical thing for thesuccess of their business...it’s marketing.”
  2. 2. “It’s nice to be important,but it’s more important to be nice.”
  3. 3. “The rich don’t work for money. The rich have money work for them”
  4. 4. “Perfection in business isvastly overrated. Good is good enough.”
  5. 5. If you really want to make your business successful, you have tomake getting and keeping customers your number one priority
  6. 6. I-M-P-L-E-M-E-N-T-A-T-I-O-N
  7. 7. “You’re growing or shrinking – there is no status quo.”
  8. 8. “There are no stupid questions, just stupid people”
  9. 9. “To dare is to lose one’s footing momentarily. To not dare is to lose oneself”
  10. 10. “Nothing changes if nothing changes.”
  11. 11. “A pessimist sees the difficulty in every opportunity; an optimist sees the opportunity in every difficulty.”
  12. 12. “Good news you’re your own boss. Bad news you’re your own boss.”
  13. 13. “You’ve got to stop the sabotage in your business...”
  14. 14. “The snow goose need not bathe to make itself white. Neither need you do anything but be yourself.”
  15. 15. “If a man examine carefully histhoughts he will be surprised to find how much he lives in the future. His well-being is always ahead”
  16. 16. “Are you a marketer or are you a doer? It matters. A lot.”
  17. 17. “What other people say about you carriesabout 500 times as much weight as what you say about yourself – so use testimonials in your marketing”
  18. 18. The main management skills needed for success are: 1. The management of cash flow2. The management of systems (including yourself and time with family) 3. The management of people
  19. 19. “No one ever got rich having alie-in or watching TV – you’ve got to work...really hard.”
  20. 20. “You must know the difference between anasset and a liability, and buy assets”
  21. 21. “ Attitude is everything,attitude is the foundation of everything.”
  22. 22. “Attitude is a little thing that makes a big difference.”
  23. 23. “Thousands of your potential customers, people that live in your area, are onTwitter and Facebook today, you’d have tobe incredibly arrogant or a complete idiot to not even try to connect with them.”
  24. 24. “If you want super-success inbusiness, you’ve got to get better at getting more stuff done”
  25. 25. “Act weak when strong, actstrong when weak. Know when to bluff”
  26. 26. “ Most people in your industry or sector are wrong...about everything.”
  27. 27. “Just F*!king get on with it!
  28. 28. “Good offers make you money, notcost you money – so don’t just slash your margins”
  29. 29. “Never give in. Never.Never. Never. Never.”
  30. 30. “If you are going through hell, keep going.”
  31. 31. “In 2012, only lazy, incompetentbusiness owners don’t know how well each bit of their marketing works.”
  32. 32. “Think outside the box”
  33. 33. “It’s not your customers’ job to remember to do business with you. It’s your job toremind them and that’s why your database is your most valuable asset, bar none.”
  34. 34. “Speed matters.”
  35. 35. “Arrogance. Arrogance is ego plus ignorance”
  36. 36. “ High income businesses are just better at implementation.”
  37. 37. “Sometimes we can’t describewhat we are feeling with words.But, in some moments, we can describe with a sound...with a trance ”
  38. 38. “Deadlines get stuff done.”
  39. 39. “You can either make money or makeexcuses, but you can’t do both. They are mutually incompatible.”
  40. 40. “I failed my way to success”
  41. 41. “Choose daily. Oh the power of CHOICE...”
  42. 42. “ Super successful businessesfollow up with their prospects much more than ordinary businesses do.”
  43. 43. “If I want to achieve anything in life it’s down to me to make ithappen or at least to create the opportunities!”
  44. 44. “Friendship isn’t a big thing – it’s a million little things”
  45. 45. “Overcome the fear of losing money. It’s how you handle failure that makes a difference in one’s life”
  46. 46. “ Who you hang around with matters. A lot.”
  47. 47. “Where wordsfail...music speaks...”
  48. 48. “One loyal friend is worth ten thousand relatives.”
  49. 49. “S**t happens-and it always will.How you cope with setbacks will be the making of you.”
  50. 50. “You might be poor, your shoesmight be broken, but your mind is a palace.”
  51. 51. “ Residual income is a beautifulthing. It improves every aspect of your life and business”
  52. 52. “You must know the difference between anasset and a liability, and buy assets”
  53. 53. “I think big, most people think small, this gives me a distinct advantage”
  54. 54. “To build a big business, the business owner – that’s you – has to become a‘marketer’ of their thing, NOT a ‘doer’ of their thing.”
  55. 55. “There’s nothing that can’t be done if we raise our voice as one.”
  56. 56. “Be careful who you take advice from.”
  57. 57. Don’t say: “I can’t afford it”Think: “How can I afford it?”
  58. 58. “ The internet is here to stay, baby, and super successful business owners allembrace the Web and use it to help them grow their profits, BUT 90% of local businesses are doing nowhere near enough to exploit the potential of the Web.”
  59. 59. “Do not follow where the path may lead. Go instead where there is no path and leave a trail.”
  60. 60. “Why don’t sheep shrink when it rains?”
  61. 61. “The single biggest thing you can do to step change the growth of your business is to learn from someone who’s bloody good and has done what you want to do.”
  62. 62. “ In most businesses, 20% of customers will pay more for apremium product or service IFyou make it available to them.”
  63. 63. “The future belongs to thosewho believe in the beauty of their dreams.”
  64. 64. “Only when the last tree has died,the last river poisoned and the lastfish has been killed will man realise that he cannot eat money.”
  65. 65. “ As a business owner, you are 100% responsible for whathappens to your business. It’s all your fault...”
  66. 66. “ Who you hang around with matters. A lot.”
  67. 67. “Overcome cynicism. It often takesgreat courage to not let rumours and talk of doom and gloom affect yourdoubts and fears. Cynics never win.”
  68. 68. “ No one will ever care aboutyour business as much as you do. Don’t forget that-ever!.”
  69. 69. “There’s no honourable way to kill, no gentle way to destroy. There is nothing good in war. Except its ending.”
  70. 70. “Gold comes gladly and in increasing quantity to any man who will put by not less than one-tenth of his earnings to create an estate for his future and that of his family.” Which translates: The more gold (money) you can accumulate, the more readily itcomes to you and in increased quantities. The gold which you save earns more, and it’s earnings earn more.
  71. 71. “Gold labors dilligently and contentedly for thewise owner who finds profitable employment for it, multiplying as the flocks of the field” Which translates: Gold is a willing worker. It is ever eager to multiply whenopportunity presents itself. To every man who has a store of gold set by, opportunity comes for its most profitable use
  72. 72. “Gold clings to the protection of the cautious owner who invests it under the advice of men wise in its handling” Which translates: Gold clings to the cautious owner, as it flees the careless owner.The man who seeks advice of men wise in its handling, soon learns not to jeopardize his treasure, but to preserve it in safety.
  73. 73. “Gold slips away from the man who invests it inbusiness or purposes with which he is not familiar or which are not approved by those skilled in its keep” Which translates: The wise, is who invests his treasures under the advice of menskilled in the ways of gold. The inexperienced owner who trusts his own judgement, and invests in a business to which he is not familiar, pays with his own treasure.
  74. 74. “Gold flees the man who would force it to impossible earnings or who follows the alluringadvice of tricksters and schemers or who trusts it to his own inexperience and romantic desires in investment” Which translates:Heed the wise man for they know the risks that lurk behind every plan to make great wealth suddenly
  75. 75. “ Bite-sized goals are good.”
  76. 76. “ Pay-Per-Click is one of the most powerful and cost effectivemarketing tools available to most businesses...”