success

A Quote by Tom Szaky on entrepreneurs, entrepreneurship, business, and success

If you are at all successful in your business, be prepared to never have another good day or bad day at work. There will be so many things -- good and bad -- happening on any given day that you will be on a roller coaster of highs and lows. If that excites you, then go for it.

Tom Szaky

Source: Learn From Experience Tom Szaky: http://www.terracycle.net/media/06-01-25_nj_entrepreneur/06-01-25_nj_entrepreneur.htm

Contributed by: ~C4Chaos

A Quote by Richard Wiseman on luck, serendipity, and success

Unlucky people are stuck in routines. When they see something new, they want no part of it. Lucky people always want something new. They're prepared to take risks and relaxed enough to see the opportunities in the first place.

Richard Wiseman

Source: Fast Company: How to Make Your Own Luck: http://www.fastcompany.com/magazine/72/realitycheck.html

Contributed by: ~C4Chaos

A Quote by Isha De Lubicz on success and persistance

Success will depend on assiduity

Isha De Lubicz

Source: Opening of the Way: A Practical Guide to the Wisdom of Ancient Egypt, Pages: 103

Contributed by: HeyOK

A Quote by Stephen Shapiro on goals, success, and direction

I do say there's a difference between being goal-free and goal-less. I'm definitely not an advocate of being goal-less, which is being lost and directionless, and sitting on your butt eating bon-bons, watching Jerry Springer. To me, goal-free is moving forward through life with purpose and passion, but not knowing how it's going to turn out. And not caring how it turns out, I guess, is probably even more important.

Stephen Shapiro

Source: Tom Peters: Cool Friends Interview: Steve Shapiro: http://www.tompeters.com/cool_friends/content.php?note=008464.php

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A Quote by Stephen Shapiro on goals, myers-briggs, personality, success, and passion

One interesting thing I did was to predict people's Myers-Briggs type, if they didn't already know it. It was pretty interesting that nearly 100 percent of the successful goal-free people were Extroverted-Intuiter-Perceivers.

The people who were goal-free but not successful tend to be introverts. If you're not going to get out there and play big, and meet people and have fun, and really go full-out with passion and gusto, it's hard for you to allow things to come together in a synchronistic way. But the Judgers out there love their goals.

Stephen Shapiro

Source: Tom Peters: Cool Friends Interview: Steve Shapiro: http://www.tompeters.com/cool_friends/content.php?note=008464.php

Contributed by: ~C4Chaos

A Quote by Alexander Kjerulf on happiness, work, job, success, and branding

Being happy at your job is success. If you’re not happy with your job, then build a brand that reflects who you are and be recruited or start a company based on that.

Alexander Kjerulf

Source: Brading yourself with happiness (guest post by Dan Schawbel): http://positivesharing.com/2007/12/branding-yourself-with-happiness/

Contributed by: ~C4Chaos

A Quote by Jim Collins on will, humility, leadership, ceo, and success

The best CEOs in our research display tremendous ambition for their company combined with the stoic will to do whatever it takes, no matter how brutal (within the bounds of the company's core values), to make the company great. Yet at the same time they display a remarkable humility about themselves, ascribing much of their own success to luck, discipline and preparation rather than personal genius.

Jim Collins

Source: Q&A with management guru Jim Collins: http://money.cnn.com/magazines/fortune/fortune_archive/2007/02/19/8400260/index.htm

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A Quote by Bill George on commitment, success, and customers

The bottom line is it is really important to be involved with your salespeople. CEO Anne Mulcahy has said she will go anywhere anytime to save a Xerox customer. That's the kind of engagement you have to have to be successful.

Bill George

Source: Incentive Interview with Bill George: True Leader: http://www.salesandmarketing.com/msg/content_display/incentive/e3i5f94aaae55a5d3db008e813d8c8c944a

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A Quote by Andrea Jung on leadership, passion, flexibility, success, and change

I think there is a big and significant difference between being a leader and being a manager-leaders lead from the heart. You have to be analytical and flexible. Flexibility is one of the key ingredients to being successful. If you feel like it's difficult to change, you will probably have a harder time succeeding.

Andrea Jung

Source: Andrea Jung: Asian American Wonder Women: http://www.goldsea.com/WW/Jungandrea/jungandrea.html

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A Quote by unknown on procrastination and success

"If you allow procrastination to do it's job, success will be laid off." ---Destiny Jones (Tampa, FL)

unknown

Source: Destiny Jones

Contributed by: Seana427

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