10 Inspiring Quotes for Entrepreneurs (10 Quotes for Entrepreneurs by @nenindia on @slideshare http://t.co/nIRN3hA3gb)
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The Motley Fool – Over the past 17 years, Under Armour CEO Kevin Plank has built his company from nothing into a fast-growing, multibillion-dollar juggernaut. Here are five quotes from Plank to shed light on what makes Under Amour tick.
He found a niche, took a risk, and it’s paid big dividends. He’s learned to adapt to the market and change his philosophy a little. It seems to be working.
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Sometimes we can be our own worst enemy. Presenting three classic versions of fear of success, and what to do about them. (Are You (Subconsciously) Afraid of Success?
I think we’ve all been there, and maybe still are. This article has helped me to push forward on a project that I’ve been putting off.
I’ve realized I am afraid of success, not just for myself, but for others also. Thanks 99U for helping me to identify my problem and overcome it.
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Michael Gandy Jr. is impeccably dressed: dark, pinstriped suit; crisp, white shirt with cuff links; striped tie.
Nice article. What an enterprising young man. He’s taking the initiative and creating a nice business for himself. He isn’t allowing his difficulties get in the way of his success.
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One bad experience outweighs one good. A gallon of bad weighs more than a gallon of good. Setbacks nag; success whispers. You overemphasize what went wrong and minimize what went right. Down is eas…
Excellent advice. One bad apple can ruin the whole bunch. Negativity never helps, only hurts, and slows down our progress. You put more energy into digging a hole, than staying out of it, so that by the time you realize you are in a very deep one, you are too tired to climb out right away.
Negativity inhibits, positivity liberates.
Body language is critical to your effectiveness in working with other people, says social psychology researcher Deborah Gruenfeld
This article makes you think about your posture, about what you are projecting to your prospects. Body language is a very powerful tool. Really good article.
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