28 Really Inspiring Quotes from 4 Superstar Bloggers
28 ÷ 4 = 7 Quotes Each
Below, you get this mathematical formula: 7 really inspiring quotes from 4 different blogging champions.
I call them blogging champions because blogging has been integral to their success. And each one knows a lot about blogging, content marketing, social media, and digital marketing.
So, if you need an emotional boost–if the state of your current blog has you feeling down–kick around their simple words of wisdom.
Enjoy! Please share these quotes with those you love.
28 Really Inspiring Quotes that Will Pick You Up and Get You Moving Again
Pete Cashmore“Sometimes you just have to be crappy for awhile to ultimately get it right.” Pete Cashmore
“Degree of focus is very important for success in content creation.”
“With referral traffic, the most important thing is diversity. We write for people, not algorithms.”
“Everyone has more opportunity than ever to do something huge in a really short period of time.”
“The great thing about this world is that it’s always changing.”
“If we can’t keep the web open and free for all it will create a world that is much less desirable to live in.”
“Always, in your career and personal life, be evolving with technology.”
Pete Cashmore is the CEO and Founder of the popular blog Mashable. He’s 29 years old.
“Your personality is your natural weapon against distraction, competition, and commoditization. The more value you add, the less you have to compete on price, and the less likely you are to become a commodity.”
“Messages that fail to fascinate will become irrelevant. It’s that simple.”“Any idea is only as valuable as its ability to solve a problem.” Sally Hogshead
“If you’re not generating a negative response from someone, you’re probably not fascinating anyone.”
“The world is not changed by people who sort of care.”
“We each have the potential to do something beyond our wildest imagination, as long as we’re prepared to make it happen at any given moment of our lives.”
“If you’re not making mistakes, you’re not putting yourself out there… you are not taking the sort of risks that are inherent in any degree of meaningful success. Mistakes are tuition.”
Sally Hogshead is the author of Fascinate: Your 7 Triggers to Persuasion and Captivation and the CEO of Fascinate, Inc.
Guy Kawasaki“The hardest thing about getting started is getting started.” Guy Kawasaki
“Patience is the art of concealing your impatience.”
“Simple and to the point is always the best way to get your point across.”
“What I lack in talent, I compensate with my willingness to grind it out. That’s the secret of my life.”
“Ambitious failure, magnificent failure, is a very good thing.”
“I think that no one, or very few, are born as good presenters. It’s a skill that you learn.”
“If you make money, you might not make meaning.”
Guy Kawasaki is a marketing executive based in Silicon Valley. He is also an entrepreneur, author, speaker and blogger.
“The secret to finding your passion is to bring it to everything you do.”
“Either love what you do wholeheartedly or don’t do it at all. Anything else is madness.”“When you start taking consistent action, you will see results.” Marie Forleo
“The world needs you. It needs that special thing you’ve been dreaming about since you were little.”
“Don’t worry about getting it right. Just get it started.”
“Hustle, have patience, and don’t quit! It’s often hardest to persevere in the beginning, so don’t compare yourself to others.”
“Everything is figureoutable.”
Marie Forleo is an author, television host, and business coach. Her blog provides free tips to create a business and life you love.
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