Everyone is passionate about something. It's your job to find out what it is.
While we're living, we need to get over ourselves and accept others if we want to enchant people.
Defy the crowd. The crowd isnâ€™t always wise. It can also lead you down a path of silliness, sub-optimal choices, and downright destruction. Enchantment is as necessary for people to diverge from a crowd as it is to get people to join one.
My recommendation for SEO is very simple. Itâ€™s Write Good Stuff. In my mind, Google is in the business of finding good stuff. It has thousands of the smartest people in the world, spending billions of dollars to find the good stuff. All you have to do is write the good stuff; you don't need to tri
There is only one Steve Jobs, but if you want a shot at being the next Steve Jobs, learn to communicate using stories, demos, and pictures.
Greatness is won, not awarded.
I think a lot of it was because companies were resistant to change vendors.
If you just enchanted one person per day, you would make a big dent in the universe.
If you want to make a good first impression, smile at people. What does it cost to smile? Nothing. What does it cost not to smile? Everything, if not smiling prevents you from enchanting people.
If you have to put someone on a pedestal, put teachers. They are society's heroes. Guy Kawasak
Companies in Europe should stop trying to do the U.S. version of a European idea.
"No one is doing what we're doing." This is a bummer of a lie because there are only two logical conclusions. First, no one else is doing this because there is no market for it. Second, the entrepreneur is so clueless that he can't even use Google to figure out he has competition. Suffice it to say
For me writing is as close to being an engineer as possible.
Every person has the ability to improve the life of someone else.
An MBA is a great degree for career paths like investment banking, finance, consulting, and large companies. An MBA is not necessarily the right path for starting a tech company. You should be building a prototype, not getting an MBA in that case.
Instant success are seldom instant and if you talk to the people behind these successes, you'll find out that they came after months of fear, uncertainty and confusion along with a flagrant lack of adoption.
The goal is to provide inspiring information that moves people to action.
If you're in enough places at enough times, then some of them are bound to be the right ones.
At the end of the day in business, it's not about peer review and getting into a scientific journal. You either increase sales, or not.
The A-listers and the A+ listers, are reporting the news, they're not making it.
Twitter, Facebook, Google + are the trifecta of marketing for authors (and bloggers).
Steve [Jobs] proves that it's OK to be an asshole... He just has a different OS.
Enchantment is the purest form of sales
How fast you are moving is more important than where you are.
Entitlement is the opposite of enchantment.
The mark of a good conversationalist is not that you can talk a lot. The mark is that you can get others to talk a lot. Thus, good schmoozer's are good listeners, not good talkers.
At the end of my life, is it better to say that I empowered people to make great stuff, or that I died with a net worth of $10 billion? Obviously I'm picking the former, although I would not mind both.
When youâ€™ve worked hard and done well and walked through that doorway of opportunity, you do not slam it shut behind you.
Ambitious failure, magnificent failure, is a very good thing,
You know in a startup, you only need three people. You need someone who can make something. You need someone who can sell it. And you need someone to collect the money. That's the only three roles in a startup. So which one are you?