We always look upon the inspiring words of the famous entrepreneurs to seek motivation and move towards our goals. There are many entrepreneurs such as Richard Branson, Mukesh Ambani, Steve Jobs, Mark Cuban etc. whose quotes remain all over the social media and internet now and then.
But, here we will know about the inspiring words of some of the lesser known entrepreneurs who have done a commendable job in their fields and are continuing to move forward with the same spirit.
In today’s world, startups play an important role in the development of an economy and these startups are led by various goal-oriented and passionate entrepreneurs who not only have a dream for themselves but also have a dream of changing the world and make it a better place with their efforts.
So, here are some of the inspiring entrepreneurs and their inspiring words:
1) Michelle Zatlyn, the co-founder of CloudFlare
“People don’t take opportunities because the timing is bad, the financial side unsecure. Too many people are overanalyzing. Sometimes you just have to go for it.”
2) Jason Cohen, the founder SmartBear Software
“I wish I had spent more time reading and weighing the pros and cons of various philosophies instead of just jumping in and doing what I thought was morally and financially sensible.”
3) Anthony Volodkin, the founder of The Hype Machine
“Be undeniably good. No marketing effort or social media buzzword can be a substitute for that.”
4) Russell Simmons, the founder of Def Jam
“You just have to pay attention to what people need and what has not been done.”
5) Spencer Fry, the co-founder of CarbonMade
“No more romanticizing about how cool it is to be an entrepreneur. It’s a struggle to save your company’s life–and your own skin–every day of the week.”
6) Lisa Stone, the co-founder and CEO of BlogHer
“Wonder what your customer really wants? Ask. Don’t tell.”
7) Josh James, the founder of Domo and Omniture
“Think big. I never think big enough. Be audacious. Imagine deals people around you think will never happen. Believe.”
8) Yvon Chouinard, the founder of Patagonia
“How you climb a mountain is more important than reaching the top.”