50+ Inspirational Tim Ferriss Quotes That Will Get You Through 2022

50+ Inspirational Tim Ferriss Quotes That Will Get You Through 2022

50+ Inspirational Tim Ferriss Quotes That Will Get You Through 2022

Tim Ferriss is an American entrepreneur, investor, author, and podcaster.

He's been listed as one of Fast Company’s “Most Innovative Business People” and one of Fortune’s “40 under 40.”

Tim is also the author of five #1 New York Times and Wall Street Journal bestsellers, most popularly known for "The 4-Hour Workweek."

We put together 50+ inspirational Tim Ferriss quotes to help you get through 2020 & beyond.

“Doing less meaningless work, so that you can focus on things of greater personal importance is NOT laziness. This is hard for most to accept, because our culture tends to reward personal sacrifice instead of personal productivity”

“The commonsense rules of the ‘real world’ are a fragile collection of socially reinforced illusions”

“Pareto’s Law can be summarised as follows: 80% of the outputs result from 20% of the inputs”

“I would emphasize that by improving your physical machine, which includes the brain, you improve all of your performance, and the transfer is incredible to business”

“Marketing to me means to identify exactly who your ideal customer is: knowing their behavior, knowing their age, knowing their gender, knowing their location. And 9 times out of 10, in my opinion, the easiest way to do that is to just sell to people who are as similar to you as possible”

“There is a direct correlation between an increased sphere of comfort and getting what you want”

“For reaching influential people, I think that in-person is the least crowded and most effective way, because they have to trust the messenger before they will endorse the message”

“The guiding tenant, which I encourage you all to embrace, whether it’s looking at split testing for a start-up, whether it’s looking at increasing profits per user, average revenue per user or changing your body, is to pause and reflect whenever you find yourself on the side of the majority”

“Being efficient without regard to effectiveness is the default mode of the universe”

“Writing is thought on paper”

“This is just a general rule – and it sounds really silly – but I would remove gluten from your diet”

“The question no one really seemed to be answering was: ‘Why do it all in the first place? What’s the pot of gold that justifies spending the best years of you life hoping for happiness in the last?’”

“I know nothing. I am a beginner. But I ask a lot of question and I would love your advice”

“The advice I give for sustainable behavioral change, including diet, is that you make one change at a time”

“I’m really excited about the future of content marketing. But in the same fashion that you have Google, Microsoft, Apple, Amazon – who all used to be very cleanly separate – on this collision course where they are competing on the same verticals, I think you’re going to end up having television producers, movie producers, writers, song writers, all competing for the same mental bandwidth”

“As long as you are keeping your blood-sugars in check, and your insulin levels in check, I think that the demonization of fat – including saturated fat – is completely unwarranted”

“The options are limitless, but each path must begin with the same first step: replacing assumptions”

“Focus on being productive instead of busy”

“Emphasize strengths, don’t fix weaknesses”

“I leaned against the wall and slid down until I was sitting on the floor. I closed my eyes, smiled, and took a deep breath. Things were about to change. Everything was about to change”

“When everything and everyone is failing, what is the cost of a little experiment outside of the norm? Most often, nothing”

“Deep down, you know it’s all an illusion, but with everyone participating in the same game of make believe, it’s easy to forget”

“The most common approach is very seldom the most effective and most efficient”

“Fear is your friend. Fear is an indicator. Sometimes is shows you what you shouldn’t do, but more often than not it shows you exactly what you should do”

“I think the ‘soft sell’ is very undervalued”

“The best results I have had in my life; the most enjoyable times, have all come from asking the simple question: ‘What is the worst that could happen?’”

“The first book was turned down by 26 publishers”

“Lack of time is actually lack of priorities”

“The goal is to find your inefficiencies in order to eliminate them and to find your strengths so you can multiply them”

“The most important actions are never comfortable”

“Whatever you feel you have been assigned in life, the hand you have been dealt genetically, is actually very, very malleable”

“Seemingly unrelated [things] that are in fact really related, that’s the stuff I like to talk about. Like dancing, language learning, swimming, three-pointers…”

“It’s far more lucrative and fun to leverage your strengths instead of attempting to fix all the chinks in your armor”

“What’s the worst that could happen?

“What you do is infinitely more important that how you do it. Efficiency is still important, but is useless unless applied to the right things”

“Being busy is most often used as a guise for avoiding the few critically important but uncomfortable actions”

“Being busy is a form of laziness – lazy thinking and indiscriminate action”

“My art, if I have an art, is deconstructing things that really scare the living hell out of me”

“I recommend to all people, even if they don’t plan on being a writer per se, that if they want to tighten up their thinking and have it improve everything else, they should focus on short-writing exercises with people who can edit their work. And the person who edit’s their work, for let’s say extra fluffy language, doesn’t have to be a great writer, they have to be a good thinker”

“It’s often what you do, not how you do it, that is the determining factor. This is the difference from being effective; doing the right things, and being efficient; doing things well whether they are important”

“The best results in life are often held back by false constructs and untested assumptions”

“Different is better when it is more effective or more fun”

“Get good at being a troublemaker and saying sorry when you really screw up”

“Dedication is often just meaningless work in disguise”

“Life is too short to think small”

“It has never been easier to create content self-published, but it has never been harder to get the attention you want, or need, to really put something into orbit”

“To have an uncommon lifestyle you need to develop the uncommon habit of making decisions, both for yourself and for others”

“Take the analytical frameworks; the capabilities that you have and apply them to old fears, apply them to very big dreams”

“I’m in it for the long haul; the adventure continues”

“We learned to start growing our audience immediately. Eventually, you form an identity and people will start to resonate with you. In the beginning, we didn’t necessarily know who we were.” – Dave Bryant, founder of Ecom Crew Podcast

“Communities and learning are huge, especially for the millennial generation.” – Dave Bryant, founder of Ecom Crew Podcast

“Just jump out and do it. The more you wait, the more likely someone else is going to do it and beat you to the punch.” – Noah Labhart, founder of Code Story

“That’s when I had my own ah-ha moment: why isn’t someone creating a daily podcast for people like me, who have to drive to and from work every day and want to consume inspiring content? … Be the change.” – John Lee Dumas, founder of Entrepreneurs on Fire

“One mistake I see entrepreneurs make again and again is thinking that starting an online business happens fast, and that you get to just skip to the generating revenue part.” – John Lee Dumas, founder of Entrepreneurs on Fire

“I didn’t run fancy ads or build multi-level funnels or have a PR representative. I put my head down, created insanely valuable content for Fire Nation, and I made myself present whenever possible in order to build real relationships and partnerships.” – John Lee Dumas, founder of Entrepreneurs on Fire

“What people perceive as my prolific content marketing is really just a form of note-taking for myself. Anyone can do this!” – Kurt Elster, founder of The Unofficial Shopify Podcast

“Always know your numbers before you source any product.” – Quin Amorim, founder of Q&A Selling Online Podcast

“Modeling and researching are great, but the key to building a successful business is not constantly turning to others for answers; action reveals answers.” – John Lee Dumas, founder of EOFire LLC

“Set goals, realistic ones, and don’t hate yourself if you fail to hit them.” – Matt Ward, founder of The Disruptors

“Creating a business that affords your lifestyle freedom, but to get there, you have to be willing to do things that don’t scale.” – John Lee Dumas, founder of Entrepreneurs on Fire

“If you are going to take action, make sure you are taking the right action, and finish the steps of that action.” – Quin Amorim, founder of Q&A Selling Online Podcast

“For the first 2 months the average was 60 downloads per episode, and then something exciting started to happen. The number of listeners started to triple every week, and now it continues to grow week after week.” – Quin Amorim, founder of Q&A Selling Online Podcast

“There are no rules. Don’t let anyone, including yourself, tell you there are.” – Matt Ward, founder of The Disruptors

“It is critically important for me to build strong relationships and loyalties with our listenership.” – Darren Reighard, founder of Cars of Carlisle

“There will never be an ideal time to start your business; to expect such a mirage can be, at best, a serious time-waster; and, at worse, it can be downright discouraging and self-defeating.” – Darren Reighard, founder of Cars of Carlisle

“Podcasting is great. Total freedom.” - Bill Burr

"Thrill your audience first. Do that first and everything will line up from there. Don’t do that and you are wasting your time." - Thomas Umstattd Jr

"Dez and I aired most of our podcasts via TalkShoe, but I also frequented Odeo - a kind of podcasting platform-meets-aggregator." - Justine Ezarik

"More and more of my audio fans are asking for audiobook versions - files without the intro/outro/etc that go into the podcasts. More and more want them from Audible." - Nathan Lowell

"Specialize in small cast/single reader long fiction so I only compete against other podcasts of novels in that form." - Nathan Lowell

"So far something which will be good for you will be this podcasts Anything Ghost and The Wicked Library." - Deyth Banger

“Autumn is a momentum of the natures golden beauty…, so the same it’s time to find your momentum of life.” ― Rashedur Ryan Rahman

"We are all going to hit some bumps in the road. Don’t give up. Take a break and come back stronger and you’ll appreciate the connection to your audience even when life throws you some curve balls." - Keith Baker

“It's so weird man, it's like the vagina is an elevator door that opens up into this dimension, and sometimes that elevator puts you out on to a bad fucking floor!” ― Duncan Trussell

"I'm a very slow reader - I read maybe three or four books a year - so I listen to podcasts and the occasional audiobook, and I watch TED talks." - VJose Gonzalez

"Since neither of us needs sleep we take night buses, sharing earphones and listening to knitting podcasts. If anyone else on the bus notices anything about us they assume it's because they're drunk. I've ." - Helen Oyeyemi

"I listen to a lot of podcasts, which are split down the middle between comedy and board game podcasts, and a couple of eclectic ones like 'The Dinner Party' from NPR, where they take an event that happened that week in history and give you a cocktail recipe inspired by it." - Rich Somme.

“Wait What Really OK is A methodical, comical and informational podcast sharing authentic brand messaging, optics approaches & strategies for honorable authority driven businesses.” ― Loren Weisman

"We’re creating art by audio. Don’t be afraid to mix it up to keep the creative juices flowing." - Trey Downes

“Activate your followers, don’t just collect them like stamps.” ― Stacey Kehoe

"We’ve been able to help others heal by sharing our stories of healing and growth." - Prajinta Pesqueda

"When I'm playing with circular saws, I'm offline (though often listening to podcasts) and when I sit in the cabin to read or write, it's wonderful to be offline for a few hours at a time." - Ethan Zuckerman

"It's safe to say I'm a comedy nerd. I listen to so many podcasts. I just love to laugh." - Allison Williams

“If you are not EXCITED enough at your present life its mean your future is not EXITING. Excitement will give you ENTHUSIASM and enthusiasm will give you a positive energetic LIFE STYLE which could give you a successful exiting life…”. ― Rashedur Ryan Rahman

"Preplan your schedule but leave enough flexibility to serve your audiences new needs." - Denise Walsh

“Listening to podcast, reading a book, listening to an aduibook and watching films isn't waste of time. It's how somebody becomes wise!” ― Deyth Banger

“The medium of podcasting and the personal nature of it, the relationship you build with your listeners and the relationship they have with you — they could be just sitting there, chuckling and listening… there’s nothing like that.” - Marc Maron

“We seem to judge people by their worst moments.” — Robbie Vorhaus

"Our podcast has helped educate our audience from taking the complicated and translating it into layman terms that we can all understand." - Chris and Hallie Casey

“I've never seen anyone's life get better by complaining about reality, I've seen it get better by accepting reality as it is and then making personal decisions to make it better.” ― Ben Shapiro

"Learn from the best in your niche and get your mindset right to succeed. Be interested in your audience and clients and not just interesting." - Gary Hibbert

"Banking episodes has helped us to enjoy our lives and holidays more without the stress of having to release an episode. It’s allowed us to take in life and enjoy it with our families." - Jess Kennedy

"The radio's pretty much always on, and I also listen to some American podcasts, such as for 'National Public Radio' and 'Newsweek'." - Ben Schott

"With everything that I've done with YouTube and podcasts for so many years, it's been: you can record it, edit, and then upload that day. With the book and documentary, it's been such a longer process." - Tyler Oakley

“You’re going to be terrible at a lot of things for years until you’re successful. People probably aren’t going to listen to your podcast initially. But if you like it and you keep putting it out, people will find it.” - Keith Kingbay

“Sometimes you go through things that seem huge at the time, like a mysterious glowing cloud devouring your entire community. While they're happening, they feel like the only thing that matters and you can hardly imagine that there's a world out there that might have anything else going on. And then the glow cloud moves on. And you move on. And the event is behind you. And you may find, as time passes, that you remember it less and less. Or absolutely not at all, in my case.” - ― Welcome to Night Vale

"Adding a podcast to my marketing has to lead to more inbound leads versus the old outbound way of doing business." - Brett Swarts

"The medium of podcasting and the personal nature of it, the relationship you build with your listeners and the relationship they have with you—they could be just sitting there, chuckling and listening…there’s nothing like that.” - Marc Maron

“Learn Japanese FAST with our FREE Podcasts and Audio Lessons. Our unique methods make learning Japanese SUPER EASY! Download our MP3 files to listen and learn.” ― John Smithh

“when you become addict in to MATERIAL things in life then the TRUE natural life start to run away from you, YES! it's can give you certain pleasure in the society but in the same time it will sabotage your true HAPPINESS of life which we could have simply with GRATITUDE and FORGIVENESS.” ― Rashedur Ryan Rahman

"Long-haul trucking. Just roaming the country, alone, with audiobooks and podcasts, sleeping in the back of the cab, showering at gas stations at 4 a.m., minimal human contact. That's living the dream." - Mat Johnson

"I credit Podiobooks and the free audio podcasts for helping me develop the audience I needed when I started selling my books in text forms." - Nathan Lowell

“Grey men in grey suits going greyly about the tedious business of running the world.” ― Joseph Fink

“With a heavy heart, we are biding farewell to those entries that were written in rhyming slang, which utilized Atbash cyphering, and which assumed expert knowledge of American Sign Language and the inner intricacies of the I Ching from its readers.” ― Marcus Cutter,

“People are really listening and want to consume all of the content that is there and available. There’s a level of dedication that comes from podcast listeners that you don’t otherwise find. And now the numbers prove it. Podcasts aren’t a bubble, they’re a boom — and that boom is only getting louder.” - Miranda Katz

"Plant your flag and get it done. Be the captain of the ship and learn to outsource and delegate the best that you can." - John Largent

"Podcasts feature comedians being as funny as they can be in a non-censored situation. It's really akin to standup in a way. When you go see a comedian in standup, that is the most pure, unadulterated form of their art." - Scott Aukerman

"Set a launch date and stick to it. There are a lot of moving parts, but it is so worth it to get it done!" - Shirley Owens

"I do podcasts for the same reasons I do stand-up comedy. I love it, and I don't care if anybody else gets it." - Chris Hardwick

"Building a community of similar minded podcasters has helped me to grow my show and network in ways I never imagined." - Eric Nevins

“It was suggested to me once that it’s called art-work, not art-fucking-around.” ― David duChemin

"Very, very few podcasts have made it to scale, and to me, that says this business will never be big." - Jason Calacanis

"And the podcasting - I swear to you - on its worst day, the podcasts are better than our best films. Because they're more imaginative, and there's no artifice, and it's far more real." - Kevin Smith

“Your podcast content should not be about you, but about solving your prospects’ problems.” - Steve Lubetkin

"You must define success in our own terms, and we are all experts in at least one thing." - Arlene Gale

"My partner, Jeff Ullrich, and I always thought Earwolf was going to be big. There were a couple of studies before we launched saying podcasts were going to really grow. But I remember so many conversations at the beginning where people would say, 'How are you going to make money with this?" - Scott Aukerman

"I started my Twitter account for selfish reasons: I wanted to have a place to post updates on my book signing tour and stuff like that. I never realized that I'd have so much fun tweeting. It's become the deleted scenes for my DVD of columns and podcasts." - Bill Simmons

"Most people that I know are interested in on-demand stuff; podcasts are essentially audio Netflix." - Jordan Harbinger

"I think love is cooking together. I think it’s making something with each other, that’s what I think, Alice. I don’t know what you think. Turns out that I didn’t know what you were thinking at all.” ― Alice Isn't Dead

"Being a great podcaster and a great salesperson requires you to first be coachable." - Jennie Bellinger

"What do you need to start a business? Three simple things: know your product better than anyone, know your customer, and have a burning desire to succeed." - Dave Thomas

"My opinion is that more authors could use podcasts to differentiate themselves in a crowded text-based marketplace." - Nathan Lowell

"Don’t be afraid to be authentic and be yourself and have authentic real conversations." - Alison Donaghey

“Your comfort zone is a place where you keep yourself in a self-illusion and nothing can grow there but your potentiality can grow only when you can think and grow out of that zone.” ― Rashedur Ryan Rahman

“Whatever you're thinking, you get it out of that damned foolish head of yours right now.' Except it's not in my head, it's in my heart, and she's the same woman who told me if you're going to follow anything, it might as well be that. Even if it's a mess.” ― Courtney Summers

"I think the mistake a lot of people make with new media is they just focus on one thing. But any one thing - just doing podcasts or just having a website or just doing television - isn't enough anymore." - Chris Hardwick

"Think that with podcasts, a lot of things are about fostering and having a direct connection with the community." - Chelsea Peretti

“Tim Ferriss, Rogaine, Brian Rose, Rich Roll... etc. how do they get away with this shit. Have long talks with mostly uninteresting characters, and sometimes they just fucking interview each other. How do I get in on the action. On this little scam. Just kidding. I have better things to do. I got Runescape. Sometimes I watch Mishlove. At least he talks to dogs and poltergeists.” ― Dmitry Dyatlov

“REJECTION is kind of your negative ILLUSION which has no value but it’s give you a CLUE to go for next level of your ACTION.” ― Rashedur Ryan Rahman

“The odds are really stacked against you. There are lots of funny comedians and broadcasters dominating the space. A lot of life is persistence and determination in the face of futility.” - Bryan Bishop

"Don’t be afraid to leverage live events with your podcast. Either yours or someone else’s events can lead to amazing opportunities." - Chris Reynolds

"A podcast is a great way to develop relationships with hard-to-reach people." - Tim Paige

“According to Edison Media Research, the average podcast listener is young, wealthy, educated, employed full-time, both using social media and following brands on it, subscribing to on-demand video services and nearly always completing the episode to which they start to listen — creating an appetizing opportunity for advertisers and an intimate bond between hosts… and their listeners.” - Mac King

“People are really listening and want to consume all of the content that is there and available. There’s a level of dedication that comes from podcast listeners that you don’t otherwise find. And now the numbers prove it. Podcasts aren’t a bubble, they’re a boom—and that boom is only getting louder.” - Miranda Katz

“A podcast gives you an arena to show your expertise and passion for your niche. Your enthusiasm and speaking prowess also adds an authoritative air to the topic, something that the written word cannot express. And coming out with regular podcasts that have sound information and good ideas helps establish you and your brand as market leaders.” - Staff

“It’s a workday, especially for those just starting out. You don’t just show up and talk to your friend and that’s a podcast. We put all sorts of work in before episodes. You have to act as though it’s your 9-to-5, and you have to be professional.” - Jess Neil

"Don't bore people. Don't worry too much about replicating someone else's formula. Be original with the way you podcast." - James Schramko

“No one wants to listen to a 10-episode podcast about how great ZipRecruiter is at finding a job or helping hire the right applicant. But if we can create a show with someone like entrepreneur and author Seth Godin about what it means to be successful and being the most productive person around, that’s going to appeal to exactly the kind of people that ZipRecruiter wants to reach.” - Lex Friedman

“Journalists have linked this online podcasting boom to the ubiquity of smartphones, time spent in transit, and online music services. Others attribute it to the brain-stimulating and addictive effects of audio learning, or the multitasking potential of listening. The beauty is in the overlap.” - Jeff Desjardins

“CONFIDENCE is not showing off your VANITY, it’s about to be HUMBLED and KIND to others what are you truly SKILLED and PROFESSIONAL about…”. ― Rashedur Ryan Rahman

"Promote your podcast on your birthday and don’t be afraid to share the serious shit. We’ve all got issues that we need to let out." - Rachel Kaplan

"To be honest, because there's loud music in my ears probably three hours a day, between sound check and the show, I listen to podcasts more than I listen to music on the road." - St. Vincent

“Content is everything the light touches.” - Ann Handley

“You need to invite us in, and the way you do that is by bringing us all along with your thought process. Roundtable podcasts do need to feel different than polished, heavily produced radio pieces. Slickness is the enemy, it keeps us listening at a far remove. We want to feel like we’re in the room with you. So by all means, prepare, and think about phrasing. But plan ways to say things that will open the discussion, not shut it down.” - Glen Weldon

“Turning away from a flight from death, you see a horizon of opportunity that puts you in a state of anticipatory resoluteness with solicitous regard for others that makes your life seem like an adventure perfused with unshakeable joy.” ― Heidegger,

“Every company can find authentic stories related to their brands, whether those stories are revealed through interviews, investigations, or real-life demonstrations. With some serious thought about what kind of stories your brand can tell and a commitment to honesty, you have what you need to begin making an engaging podcast, no matter what industry you’re in.” - Nicole D’Angelo

“Truth is the greatest marketing campaign.” ― Richie Norton

“I like the freedom of podcasting. With podcasting, you can really mess around with the form and the format. You can do as much time as you like without having to pause for commercials.” - Adam Carolla

"People make a big deal about podcasts but it's basically an online radio show with the sound effects and sidekicks, but because you can curse it's more like satellite radio. Most of the podcasters were morning guys who were fired when Clear Channel decimated the radio landscape." - Bill Burr

"Podcasts themselves cannot exist without the Internet - in a way, they are a microcosm of the Internet." - Julie Klausner

“The stars will never align, and the traffic lights of life will never all be green at the same time. The universe doesn't conspire against you, but it doesn't go out of its way to line up the pins either. Conditions are never perfect. 'Someday' is a disease that will take your dreams to the grave with you. Pro-and-con lists are just as bad. If it's important to you and you want to do it 'eventually,' just do it and correct course along the way.” - Tim Ferriss

"Every day I do one or two podcasts that 92 percent of people never will hear. I'm constantly producing, constantly making jokes for Twitter. There's a lot of pressure there. On the flip side, I think having to produce like that makes you a better comedian." - Kurt Braunohler

"Your work is going to fill a large part of your life, and the only way to be truly satisfied is to do what you believe is great work. And the only way to do great work is to love what you do.” - Steve Jobs

"A lot of people listen to podcasts because they want to learn something and be entertained along the way." - Alex Blumberg

“Setting a goal is like to set your destination point in your life GPS which could take you to your desire position as you dreamed about...” ― Rashedur Ryan Rahman

"My feeling is this whole country is founded on the principle of 'if you are not hurting anyone, and you're not fucking with someone else's shit, and you are paying your taxes, you should be able to just do what you want to do.' It's the freedom and the independence." - Adam Carolla

"In this virtual world, connections seem more and more distant. Podcasting allows us to bring those connections back together." - Kim Seltzer

"Forget the Ready and Aim. Start with the Fire and figure out the rest afterwards." - Krista Mashore

"Everyone starts off awkwardly. Just start somewhere!" - Joy Nicholson

“Should it concern us that the bible never calls us to ask Jesus into our hearts. Should it concern us that the bible never mentions such a superstitious sinners prayer and yet that is exactly what we have sold to so many as salvation.” ― David Platt

“I'd tell anyone who wants to be a podcaster, the same thing others have recommended - find a niche you're passionate about and willing to be immersed in.” ― Sandra Sealy

"I wanted to get my movie noticed WITHOUT spending any ad money. So I made a bit of a spectacle. I recorded lots of podcasts. I bickered with hate groups. I criticized critics. I banged pots together. I did everything I could to raise awareness without raising any money to do so." - Kevin Smith

“Because we thought no one was listening, we weren’t afraid to take stupid risks or make absurd choices. Turns out it resonated with people. You won’t figure out what your podcast is until you get it underway, even as much as you plan and plan. So go for it.” - Matt Gourley

"I listen to KCRW in the car and Pandora radio, which I stream through the stereo from my iPhone. I've been listening to everything from Caribou to Conway Twitty. If I'm going on a longer car ride, I'll download some podcasts." - Sam Trammell

"I’ve helped to give my niche of healers a voice where very few existed.' - Michelle Smith

“Human beings have an innate inner drive to be autonomous, self-determined, and connected to one another. And, when that drive is liberated, people achieve more and live richer lives.” - Daniel Pink

"The greatest gift that you have is needed by the world. Leverage and grow with your podcast but don’t do it all on your own. The sooner you delegate the happier and more productive that you’ll be." - Melanie Benson

“Finding success in podcasting has to be secondary. If you’re getting into it for the success or the money, the industry isn’t quite there yet. It should be for the love of the game right now.” - att Gourley

"You just need one person to listen, get your message, and pass it on to someone else. And you've doubled your audience." - Robert Gerrish

"Listen to your peers. If multiple people are telling you that you need to start something, they are on to something." - Adam Lewis Walker

"Go after individuals who are smarter, cooler, and richer than you are and stroke their ego." - Sebastian Rusk

"Podcasting isn’t about lead generation. It’s about sharing your passion!" - Merrill Chandler

"The real value is the conversations and relationships built from your podcast." - Yifat Cohen

“Podcasts extend the life of a seminar program by making it available to people who couldn’t attend in person. A review of attendance numbers for the New Jersey Bank Marketing Association’s quarterly seminars shows that attendance did not diminish when audio podcasts became available from the programs. In fact, it actually increased.” - Steve Lubetkin

"Upon returning home, she immediately donned the long, silky gloves and was immediately transported to a time of her youth, a time no one in town could ever recall, for it never occurred to anyone who knew her that she had ever been young." - Brooke Warra

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