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Sometimes ‘finished’ is better than ‘best’.


—Dan Waldschmidt
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Being more productive in business is about having better conversations with your clients.


—Dan Waldschmidt
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You are never going to like how long it takes to turn your ideas and dreams into life-changing success. But being unlikely is worth it.


—Dan Waldschmidt
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If you want to be successful over the long run, spend less time networking and handing out business cards. Just be amazing.  People will find you.


—Dan Waldschmidt
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Business is a war.


—Dan Waldschmidt
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Nothing works better to keep you inspired than being dissatisfied with where you are in life.


—Dan Waldschmidt
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Clients want to pay a fair value for a great product.Totally free creates ambivalence for a discerning client.  Money changing hands reduces the ‘scary’ part of a deal.


—Dan Waldschmidt
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Don’t ask your team to follow the rules. Tell them to be amazing. And expect it.


—Dan Waldschmidt
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There are no business problems, management problems, leadership problems, or profit problems. There are only people problems.


—Dan Waldschmidt
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Successful start-ups have one really differentiating quality — the art of trying harder.


—Dan Waldschmidt
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When you deny yourself the option to look back, you somehow find a solution for moving forward.


—Dan Waldschmidt
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If you wouldn’t kick down your customer’s door and start spitting sales facts in his face in person, then don’t do it with your emails or phone calls.


—Dan Waldschmidt
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It is always what it’s not. Remember that when things appear to add up.


—Dan Waldschmidt
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Want to keep your business alive?  Avoid pettiness.  It’s the suicide-bomber of healthy morale.


—Dan Waldschmidt
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I don’t care about you. I care about me. Care about me too.


—Dan Waldschmidt
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Don’t believe everything you don’t hear.


—Dan Waldschmidt
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Never forget those who let you lean on them along the way.


—Dan Waldschmidt
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Business winners create a fanfare that arouses action, intensifies urgency, and captures the mind and motivation of a buyer.


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Being a jerk doesn’t make you a better business person. It just makes you a jerk.


—Dan Waldschmidt
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Results never lie. Conclusions can.


—Dan Waldschmidt
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The most important power in the world is “will power”.  If you “will”, it will eventually happen.


—Dan Waldschmidt
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While we make our living based solely on our performance, we rarely take the time to improve our performance. That doesn’t make sense.


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Deny selfishness. Decry cruelty. Deliver delightfulness.


—Dan Waldschmidt
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Relationships revolve around perspective: your’s and their’s.


—Dan Waldschmidt
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With brains and no brawn you get “genius inactivity”. But with brawn and no brains you get “fruitless effort”. You need both.


—Dan Waldschmidt
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Just because you don’t know the exact next step to take doesn’t mean you shouldn’t take a next step.


—Dan Waldschmidt
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Fight.  Cry when it hurts.  Lead even though you’re crying. Keep moving towards where you want to be.


—Dan Waldschmidt
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Doing good things won’t get you great results. That takes you doing great things.


—Dan Waldschmidt
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Getting in shape is never an overnight success story. It’s an every day story.

 


—Dan Waldschmidt
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Have a plan for how you spend each moment of your business day. Fear and panic creep in when you have nothing else to think about.


—Dan Waldschmidt
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The best things in life require an investment of time and money and emotions. The amount you invest has an impact on the results you can expect.


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Just because you call it business doesn’t mean it’s not personal. It always is.


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Live without regrets. Apologize when you hurt people. Pursue greatness.


—Dan Waldschmidt
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Success demands planning and perspective and most importantly passion.


—Dan Waldschmidt
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Being memorable is an investment made long before the gain is realized.


—Dan Waldschmidt
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Don’t confuse ‘spending money’ with developing discipline, working tirelessly, and fixing problems with your business strategy.


—Dan Waldschmidt