100+ Inspirational Quotes For Entrepreneurs

Here you will find 100+ Inspirational Quotes For Entrepreneurs.Whether you’re struggling for start-up or just need  some inspiration to keep going on

  1. “All humans are entrepreneurs not because they should start companies but because the will to create is encoded in human DNA.” —Reid Hoffman, LinkedIn co-founder
  2. “Before dreaming about the future or marking plans, you need to articulate what you already have going for you – as entrepreneurs do.” —Reid Hoffman, LinkedIn co-founder
  3. “It’s more effective to do something valuable than to hope a logo or name will say it for you.” —Jason Cohen, Smart Bear Software founder
  4. “Don’t worry about funding if you don’t need it. Today it’s cheaper to start a business than ever.” —Noah Everett, Twitpic founder
  5. “Ideas are commodity. Execution of them is not.” —Michael Dell, Dell chairman and CEO
  6. “Data beats emotions.” —Sean Rad, Adly and Tinder founder
  7. “I knew that if I failed I wouldn’t regret that, but I knew the one thing I might regret is not trying.” —Jeff Bezos, Amazon founder and CEO
  8. “You don’t need to have a 100-person company to develop that idea.” —Larry Page, Google co-founder
  9. “A ‘startup’ is a company that is confused about – 1. What its product is. 2. Who its customers are. 3. How to make money.”—Dave McClure, 500Startups co-founder
  10. “If you are not embarrassed by the first version of your product, you’ve launched too late.” —Reid Hoffman, LinkedIn co-founder
  11. “No matter how brilliant your mind or strategy, if you’re playing a solo game, you’ll always lose out to a team.” —Reid Hoffman, LinkedIn co-founder
  12. “The fastest way to change yourself is to hang out with people who are already the way you want to be.” —Reid Hoffman, LinkedIn co-founder
  13. “Don’t try to be original, just try to be good.” —Paul Rand, Graphic Designer
  14. “It’s hard to do a really good job on anything you don’t think about in the shower.” —Paul Graham, YCombinator co-founder
  15. “If you’re interested in the living heart of what you do, focus on building things rather than talking about them.” —Ryan Freitas, About.me co-founder
  16. “Turn a perceived risk into an asset.” —Aaron Patzer, Mint founder
  17. “Anything that is measured and watched, improves.” —Bob Parsons, GoDaddy founder
  18. “Your reputation is more important than your paycheck, and your integrity is worth more than your career.” — Ryan Freitas, About.me co-founder
  19. “Every time we launch a feature, people yell at us.” —Angelo Sotira, deviantART co-founder
  20. “Be undeniably good. No marketing effort or social media buzzword can be a substitute for that.” —Anthony Volodkin, Hype Machine founderInspirational Quotes from Famous Entrepreneurs
  21. “Money is like gasoline during a road trip. You don’t want to run out of gas on your trip, but you’re not doing a tour of gas stations.” —Tim O’Reilly, O’Reilly Media founder and CEO
  22. “If you can’t feed a team with two pizzas, it’s too large.” —Jeff Bezos, Amazon founder and CEO
  23. “Don’t worry about people stealing your design work. Worry about the day they stop.” —Jeffrey Zeldman, A List Apart Publisher
  24. “Chase the vision, not the money, the money will end up following you.” —Tony Hsieh, Zappos CEO
  25. “The value of an idea lies in the using of it.” —Thomas Edison, General Electric Co-founder
  26. “Make every detail perfect and limit the number of details to perfect.” —Jack Dorsey, Twitter co-founder
  27. “Your work is going to fill a large part of your life, and the only way to be truly satisfied is to do what you believe is great work. And the only way to do great work is to love what you do.” —Steve Jobs, Apple Inc. co-founder, chairman and CEO
  28. “The most dangerous poison is the feeling of achievement. The antidote is to every evening think what can be done better tomorrow.” —Ingvar Kamprad, IKEA founder
  29. “Always look for the fool in the deal. If you don’t find one, it’s you.” —Mark Cuban, AXS TV chairman and entrepreneur
  30. “It’s not about ideas. It’s about making ideas happen.” —Scott Belsky, Behance co-founder
  31. “There’s nothing wrong with staying small. You can do big things with a small team.” —Jason Fried, 37signals founder
  32. “Don’t worry about failure; you only have to be right once.” —Drew Houston, Dropbox founder and CEO
  33. “Get five or six of your smartest friends in a room and ask them to rate your idea.” —Mark Pincus, Zynga CEO
  34. “If there’s something you want to build, but the tech isn’t there yet, just find the closest possible way to make it happen.” —Dennis Crowley, Foursquare co-founder
  35. “Fail often so you can succeed sooner.” —Tom Kelley, Ideo partner
  36. “Nothing works better than just improving your product.” —Joel Spolsky, Stack Overflow co-founder
  37. “It’s not that we need new ideas, but we need to stop having old ideas.” —Edwin Land, Polaroid co-founder
  38. “We are currently not planning on conquering the world.” —Sergey Brin, Google co-founder
  39. “Get big quietly, so you don’t tip off potential competitors.” —Chris Dixon, Andreesen Horowitz investor
  40. “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.” —Spencer Fry, CarbonMade co-founder
  41. “The secret to successful hiring is this: look for the people who want to change the world.” —Marc Benioff, Salesforce CEO
  42. “I try not to make any decisions that I’m not excited about.” —Jake Nickell, Threadless founder and CEO
  43. “See things in the present, even if they are in the future.” —Larry Ellison, Oracle co-founder
  44. “If you’re going to put your product in beta – put your business model in beta with it.” —Joe Kraus, Google Ventures partner
  45. “You can’t make anything viral, but you can make something good.” —Peter Shankman, HARO founder
  46. “Fortunes are built during the down market and collected in the up market.” —Jason Calacanis, LAUNCH Ticker founder
  47. “Entrepreneur is someone who has a vision for something and a want to create.” —David Karp, Tumblr founder and CEO
  48. “Best startups generally come from somebody needing to scratch an itch.” —Michael Arrington, TechCrunch founder and co-editor
  49. “I don’t think an economic slump will hurt good ideas.” —Rob Kalin, Etsy founder
  50. “The last 10% it takes to launch something takes as much energy as the first 90%.” —Rob Kalin, Etsy founder
  51. “Don’t play games that you don’t understand, even if you see lots of other people making money from them.” —Tony Hsieh,  Zappos CEO
  52. “Ideas are easy. Implementation is hard.” —Guy Kawasaki, Alltop co-founder and entrepreneur
  53. “Every day that we spent not improving our products was a wasted day.” —Joel Spolsky, Stack Overflow co-founder
  54. “I doubt I’ll ever go back to corporate work. Once you see the light, there is no turning back.” —Magnus Jepson, WooThemes co-founder
  55. “Stay self-funded as long as possible.” —Garrett Camp, founder of Expa, Uber and StumbleUpon
  56. “Timing, perseverance, and ten years of trying will eventually make you look like an overnight success.” —Biz Stone, Twitter co-founder
  57. “The only thing worse than starting something and failing… is not starting something.” —Seth Godin, Squidoo founder, author and blogger
  58. “When I’m old and dying, I plan to look back on my life and say ‘wow, that was an adventure,’ not ‘wow, I sure felt safe.’ ” —Tom Preston-Werner, Github co-founder
  59. “Wonder what your customer really wants? Ask. Don’t tell.” —Lisa Stone, BlogHer co-founder and CEO
  60. “If you’re passionate about something and you work hard, then I think you will be successful.”—Pierre Omidyar, Ebay founder and chairman
  61. “Behold the turtle, he makes progress only when he sticks his neck out.” —Bruce Levin
  62. “Fearlessness is like a muscle. I know from my own life that the more I exercise it the more natural it becomes to not let my fears run me.” —Arianna Huffington, The Huffington Post Media Group president and EIC
  63. “Risk more than others think is safe. Dream more than others think is practical.” —Howard Schultz, Starbucks CEO
  64. “Diligence is the mother of good luck.” —Benjamin Franklin
  65. “You shouldn’t focus on why you can’t do something, which is what most people do. You should focus on why perhaps you can, and be one of the exceptions.” —Steve Case, AOL co-founder
  66. “The way to get started is to quit talking and begin doing.” —Walt Disney, Disney founder
  67. “A person who is quietly confident makes the best leader.” —Fred Wilson, Union Square Ventures co-founder
  68. “Get a mentor in the applicable field if you’re at all unsure of what you’re looking for.” —Kyle Bragger, Forrst founder
  69. “When you find an idea that you just can’t stop thinking about, that’s probably a good one to pursue.” —Josh James, Omniture CEO and co-founder
  70. “An invention that is quickly accepted will turn out to be a rather trivial alteration of something that has already existed.” —Edwin Land, Polaroid co-founder
  71. “I don’t look to jump over 7-foot bars — I look for 1-foot bars that I can step over.” —Warren Buffett, Berkshire Hathaway chairman and CEO
  72. “In the end, a vision without the ability to execute it is probably a hallucination.” —Steve Case, AOL co-founder
  73. “Don’t be cocky. Don’t be flashy. There’s always someone better than you.” —Tony Hsieh, Zappos CEO
  74. “Embrace what you don’t know, especially in the beginning, because what you don’t know can become your greatest asset. It ensures that you will absolutely be doing things different from everybody else.” —Sara Blakely,  SPANX founder
  75. “What do you need to start a business? Three simple things: know your product better than anyone. Know your customer, and have a burning desire to succeed.” —Dave Thomas, Founder, Wendy’s
  76. “As long as you’re going to be thinking anyway, think big.” —Donald Trump, The Trump Organization president
  77. “Whether you think you can, or think you can’t – you’re right.” —Henry Ford, Ford Motor Company founder
  78. “We are really competing against ourselves, we have no control over how other people perform.” —Pete Cashmore, Mashable founder and CEO
  79. “I like to pride myself on thinking pretty long term, but not that long term.” —Mark Zuckerberg, Facebook founder
  80. “Always deliver more than expected.” —Larry Page, Google co-founder
  81. “Don’t limit yourself. Many people limit themselves to what they think they can do. You can go as far as your mind lets you. What you believe, remember, you can achieve.” —Mary Kay Ash, Mary Kay Cosmetics founder
  82. “You don’t learn to walk by following rules. You learn by doing and falling over.” —Richard Branson, Virgin Group founder
  83. “I never took a day off in my twenties. Not one.” —Bill Gates,  Microsoft co-founder
  84. “Even if you don’t have the perfect idea to begin with, you can likely adapt.” —Victoria Ransom, Wildfire Interactive co-founder
  85. “High expectations are the key to everything.” —Sam Walton,Walmart founder
  86. “Don’t take too much advice. Most people who have a lot of advice to give — with a few exceptions — generalize whatever they did. Don’t over-analyze everything.  I myself have been guilty of over-thinking problems. Just build things and find out if they work.” —Ben Silbermann, Pinterest founder
  87. “You just have to pay attention to what people need and what has not been done.” —Russell Simmons, Def Jam founder
  88. “You jump off a cliff and you assemble an airplane on the way down.” —Reid Hoffman, LinkedIn co-founder
  89. “Don’t be afraid to assert yourself, have confidence in your abilities and don’t let the bastards get you down.” —Michael Bloomberg, Bloomberg L.P. founder
  90. “Every time you state what you want or believe, you’re the first to hear it. It’s a message to both you and others about what you think is possible. Don’t put a ceiling on yourself” —Oprah Winfrey, Harpo Productions, OWN founder
  91. “I made a resolve then that I was going to amount to something if I could. And no hours, nor amount of labor, nor amount of money would deter me from giving the best that there was in me. And I have done that ever since, and I win by it. I know.” —Harland Sanders, KFC founder
  92. “So often people are working hard at the wrong thing. Working on the right thing is probably more important than working hard.” —Caterina Fake, Flickr co-founder
  93. “Trust your instincts.” —Estee Lauder, Estee Lauder founder
  94. “There’s lots of bad reasons to start a company. But there’s only one good, legitimate reason, and I think you know what it is: it’s to change the world.” —Phil Libin, Evernote CEO
  95. “If you’re not a risk taker, you should get the hell out of business.” —Ray Kroc, McDonald’s founder
  96. “Theory is splendid but until put into practice, it is valueless.” —James Cash Penney, J.C. Penney founder
  97. “Sustaining a successful business is a hell of a lot of work, and staying hungry is half the battle.” —Wendy Tan White, MoonFruit co-founder and CEO
  98. “Your most unhappy customers are your greatest source of learning.” —Bill Gates, Microsoft co-founder
  99. “If you define yourself by how you differ from the competition, you’re probably in trouble.” —Omar Hamoui, AdMob co-founder
  100. “Design is not just what it looks like and feels like. Design is how it works.” —Steve Jobs,  Apple Inc. co-founder, chairman and CEO
  101. “If you just work on stuff that you like and you’re passionate about, you don’t have to have a master plan with how things will play out.” —Mark Zuckerberg, Facebook founder

 

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