“My driving force is driving people to fall in love with being who they are and doing what they love every single day no matter what it is. If that requires education, I’m 100% an advocate for it; but if it doesn’t, I’m 100% an advocate for trade schools and any type of certificate programs that can help you get to that place.”
— Michael Dixon, Sr.
“I remind my clients to celebrate the achievements that they have already. If they are in some sort of dark place, I always tell them that this is not the first time they’ve had this misstep. I remind them that they have gone through this before. Let’s move! Let’s NOT procrastinate. And silence that inner critic!”
— Artisha Bolding
“A fatal flaw that is common to most entrepreneurs is trying to do everything yourself. We need to let go of the controls and the reins. Entrepreneurs need to understand what they are good at and focus on that. And then, finding out what they are not good at and hiring people who can do those jobs for you.”
— Jean Ginzburg
“Learn. Get as much information as you can from people in your space but be authentic. Be yourself. As a leader, as somebody who is changing the world, all you can do is be authentic to yourself. That will give you the driving force to change the world.”
— Roland Siebelink
“At the heart of everything I’ve done, due to my own personal journey, is as a healer and an educator using my story and others’ stories in that pathway. It helped make people understand how they can take those next steps towards their goals.”
— Manisha Singal
“The definition of a hero is doing the right thing at the right time. You want to talk about heroism? If you’re an organ donor, you’re a hero because your legacy will live on. Entrepreneurs want to make the world a better place. Donors want to make the world better too and want to leave that legacy.”
— Jamie Alcroft
“The vast majority of humans struggle with self-love and self-worth to some degree. Sometimes a little, sometimes a lot. People need to stop beating themselves up and stop being critical of themselves. People should love themselves more and see themselves as I see them; as God sees them so they can achieve what they want to achieve. People have to feel good about themselves and attract what they want.”
— Jayne Sanders
“Creativity, curiosity, & generosity. Those are the three principles that I live and work by when it comes to Signify. Being just a curious person and always wanting to know how things work and how they’re put together and looking at things holistically, wanting to learn and grow has served me well.”
— Kristi Porter
“One of the things that we communicate is, we’re not always going to be happy. There times when you are really going to be sad. What you need to do is pull yourself to the middle ground–when your sad, you have to acknowledge the ups & when you’re really high, that will not last forever so we must appreciate the happy moments.”
— Dillon Hill
“I had this problem. I was podcasting and have done about 50 interviews with people I knew from the domain name industry. I realized that I have gone through my roladuct and I was looking for more. I looked out there and realized that there is a market for inexpensive solutions to finding guests for podcasts.”
— Andrew Allemann
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