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Best Business Advice and Tips for Success by world class Entrepreneurs


  • "If you can change people's lives, you have a business." @richardbranson

  • "You have to really believe in your product to deal with the naysayers and persevere." @ariannahuff

  • "Choose something that you both love and are good at doing." @mcuban

  • "You have 90sec to make an impact in your pitch. Show expertise and confidence." @robertherjavec

  • "Don't give up, don't take anything personally, and don't take no for an answer." @sophiaamoruso

  • "Business success is 80% psychology and 20% mechanics." @tonyrobbins

  • "Choose friends wisely. You're the average of the 5 people you associate with most." @tferriss

  • "Focus on the prototype." @guykawasaki

  • "Start now. For an idea to be big, it has to be useful-being useful doesn't need funding." @sivers

  • "Good ideas are cheap. Success comes from hard work, not a stroke of genius." @nireyal

  • "The best way to learn is by doing. Stop waiting and bring your ideas to life today." @taragentile

  • "Scratch your own itch and solve something that's near & dear to you." @chasejarvis

  • "Don't spend any money until you make some." @noahkagan

  • "Don't fall in love with your idea, fall in love with the problem you're solving." @steli

  • "Don't plan everything! Listen to your customers and make changes as needed." @vvanedwards

  • "Don't let perfectionism cripple you. Launch as soon as possible and adapt." @lewishowes

  • "Hustle the right way. It's not about doing more, it's about doing what you need to do." @jonacuff

  • "Perfect is a curse. Innovation is messy. Test, learn, and improve." @syedbalkhi

  • "Don't get caught up in the glamour and don't take things for face value." @sujanpatel

  • "There's no guarantee in business. Approach it with humility, grit and determination." @ilisebenun

  • "Create solutions that cost little to no money & always spend less than you make." @jeff_haden

  • "Don't over-estimate the novelty of your big idea. Wait for a truly great one." @larrykim

  • "Work with people on projects before handing over equity or large sums of money." @UnmistakableCEO

  • "Don't view others in your niche as competition. Network and build relationships." @senseofcents

  • "Take time to learn how your users actually behave with your product." @conradwa

  • "Go out and break shit, it's better to ask for forgiveness than permission." @ankurnagpal @Teachable

  • "Put yourself out there and show others what you're working on." @learncodewithme

  • "Don't invent something new. Copy what works and make tweaks to push over the top." @nathanlatka

  • "Focus on the next step and don't try to make y