Quotes About Growth

  • Warren Buffett on Charlie Munger

    Charlie, as a very young lawyer, was probably getting $20 an hour. He thought to himself, "Who’s my most valuable client?" And he decided it was himself. So he decided to sell himself an hour each day. He did it early in the morning, working on these construction projects and real estate deals. Everybody should do this, be the client, and then work for other people, too, and sell yourself an hour a day.

    The Snowball by Alice Schroeder

  • Jason Fried on Jeff Bezos

    Focus on the things in your business that won’t change." Examples he gave us…In 10 years, no one is going to say "I wish Amazon had worse selection" or "I wish it took longer to get an Amazon product” or “I wish Amazon’s customer service was worse.” So they invest in those core areas all the time. Those investments will always pay off, vs chasing the next trend, fad, or moment.

    Medium.com/@jasonfried

    This idea is something that Jason Fried has said many times over the years since Jeff Bezos first became an investor in his company, 37signals. It's appeared in the 37signals' book, Rework, on their podcast, on their blog Signal v. Noise, on Twitter, and elsewhere. Here Jason expressed this idea concisely after someone on Medium asked, "What's the most important thing you learned form Bezos?"

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