65 New Business Quotes On Success In Life

These new business quotes will inspire you. New business is the number of new policies that are written by an insurance company in a particular period.

Below you will find a collection of motivating, happy, and encouraging new business quotes, new business sayings, and new business proverbs.

Best New Business Quotes

  1. “The secret of getting ahead is getting started” ~ Mark Twain
  2. “I cannot for the life of me understand why the American market keeps going up. Our economy has some real challenges. The infrastructure’s falling apart. We’re destroying jobs with technology. We are keeping the best and the brightest from around the world from coming to America to create new jobs and create new businesses. All of those things would give you pause to worry about the future.” ~ Michael Bloomberg
  3. “A person who never made a mistake never tried anything new.” ~ Albert Einstein
  4. “All your dreams can come true if you have the courage to pursue them.” ~ Walt Disney

  5. “You can’t just ask customers what they want and then try to give that to them. By the time you get it built, they’ll want something new.” ~ Steve Jobs
  6. “In entrepreneurship, you decide to give up your day job at the point where either (A) the hobby/new business is at least making some form of ends meet, or (B) you feel that you need to dedicate yourself for a certain amount of time to it and give yourself the last hoorah.” ~ Daymond John
  7. “I never perfected an invention that I did not think about in terms of the service it might give others… I find out what the world needs, then I proceed to invent.” ~ Thomas A. Edison
  8. “Almost everything worthwhile carries with it some sort of risk.” ~ Chris Hadfield

  9. “The time to go into a new business is when it’s badly run by others.” ~ Richard Branson
  10. “For a successful entrepreneur it can mean extreme wealth. But with extreme wealth comes extreme responsibility. And the responsibility for me is to invest in creating new businesses, create jobs, employ people, and to put money aside to tackle issues where we can make a difference.” ~ Richard Branson
  11. “Over the past six years [since implementing RIMS] we have added very few additional full-time jobs, but we have brought in $120 million of new business . . . These efficiencies have really given us the ability to take advantage of new opportunities and expand our business.” ~ Don Richardson
  12. “The only way to be truly satisfied is to do what you believe is great work” ~ Steve Jobs

  13. “Almost everything worthwhile carries with it some sort of risk, whether it’s starting a new business, whether it’s leaving home, whether it’s getting married, or whether it’s flying in space.” ~ Chris Hadfield , Starting new business quotes
  14. “I’m funding a new business with money I would have given away in the first place. And I’m starting a responsible business and I’m educating the consumer about chemistry that is totally sustainable – not just from a production point of view, but it also helps sustain the human psyche and physical body – based on informational, energetic matter.” ~ Horst Rechelbacher
  15. “Does he or she know you, like you, and trust you? Does he want to see you succeed? Does she want to help you find new business? If so, then you have yourself a ‘Personal Walking Ambassador.'” ~ Bob Burg
  16. “Success in business requires training and discipline and hard work” ~ David Rockefeller

  17. “One of the best bits of advice I can give is, early on, when you’re building a new business, try to find somebody to run it on a day-to-day basis to free yourself up to look at the bigger picture.” ~ Richard Branson
  18. “The seminal elements of what makes a story great – challenge, struggle, resolution – are the same whether we’re talking about story content for a movie such as ‘Rain Man,’ or telling a purposeful story to forge new business relationships or conclude a fruitful transaction, such as acquiring an NBA franchise.” ~ Peter Guber
  19. “The key thing is to invest in the future and what that means is when you’re deploying technology or you’re a technology business, is to make sure that you’re keeping on the innovation cycle, where you’re both creating and adopting the new business practices, and the new techniques in order to drive your business the right way.” ~ Reid Hoffman
  20. “Enron is now officially out of the energy business. They are now in a new business: confetti.” ~ Jay Leno

  21. “I made the decision (that), if I was gonna do this, I was gonna do it 100% because before in my life I had been an entrepreneur. It was weird. I would wake up in the morning (saying) “You know what? I’m gonna do this.” (I’d) set out (and) in three months (I’d) have a new business on its way. I didn’t stop and think about the repercussions of anything. I just did it. I moved forward in doing it to succeed.” ~ Drew Waters
  22. “I wrote newspaper articles professionally for seven years, and I love newspapers. I’m hopeful that new business models will emerge that allow the newspaper culture to genuinely thrive in the digital age.” ~ Al Gore
  23. “I think the thing about capitalism is it’s an evil necessity, capitalism. Communism has been tried and failed, and socialism, that doesn’t work very well. Capitalism works, but the problem about capitalism is it does mean that a few individuals become very wealthy. Therefore, I think those individuals have enormous responsibility to redistribute that wealth either by creating new businesses or creating new jobs and making sure that money just doesn’t lie in a bank account for future generations.” ~ Richard Branson
  24. “Chicago kept industry, attracted new business, became the center for convention trade and transportation.” ~ Jane Byrne

  25. “The transformation at the corporate level was achieved by selling off business units in old markets and by creating new business units to pursue the new opportunities. But the individual business units themselves within those transformed corporations were almost inert to change.” ~ Clayton Christensen
  26. “We are focusing Philip Morris organization much more on the new business. We will have very few new traditional product introductions, and as markets switch to IQOS we would remove resources from the old business completely.Next year IQOS becomes profitable, so even the financing from these traditional businesses isn’t necessary anymore, because it becomes fully self-sustaining.” ~ Andre Calantzopoulos
  27. “If you look at who starts new businesses, people that are innovative and risk takers. When you look at immigrants, you really have to be an innovator and a risk taker to leave everything you know in the old country and go to a new country. People that come here in America come here to work.” ~ Michael Bloomberg
  28. “We are what we repeatedly do. Excellence, then, is not an act, but a habit.” ~ Will Durant

  29. “iStockphoto was revolutionizing the stock photography industry, establishing a whole new business model and democratizing stock art for everyone. It made sense for the industry-leading stock image company to take iStock to the next stage of growth, serving all markets at every price point.” ~ Bruce Livingstone
  30. “Time for a new business model for the 21st century. For starters, retire that outdated and creepy clown. You can be a true leader by stop exploiting children. I guarantee the millennials market you’re after will reward you for it. I know the public health world will applaud you, starting with myself.” ~ Michele Simon
  31. “No matter what level you’re starting at, it’s about not only utilizing your time, but your resources and network. For me, I started my company with a small amount of savings; I never had investors and I was lucky in the sense that I had models and connections in the fashion industry who were willing to give me advice early on. So really, for anyone starting a new business, it’s really important to seek out mentors and knowledge from those who have come before you. And to not let that be discouraging, but to take that advice and really learn from it and mold it to what you’re trying to do.” ~ Lauren Bush
  32. “We need a game plan to deploy it very quickly to both move the economy forward and create the new businesses and jobs, and address climate change. It’s a pretty big task. Pretty challenging.” ~ Jeremy Rifkin

  33. “With the communication internet, whole industries have been disrupted. You’re in the publishing industry, you understand that. Before, we had newspapers, magazines – now you’re on the web. I’m in book publishing. I don’t have to tell you what’s happened to us. Television has taken a hit. The music industry. But, thousands of new businesses have emerged on this new communication revolution platform. Not just Google, Facebook, and Twitter. There are thousands of operations. Businesses that are doing the platforms, the apps. They’re mining the big data. They’re creating the connections.” ~ Jeremy Rifkin
  34. “My advice is don’t use technology primarily to lower costs. Use technology to create new, effective ways of touching the market and creating new businesses and if you do that right, the cost savings will come.” ~ Paul Saffo
  35. “By all indications, American business leaders are more adept at creating business strategies than they are skilled at human capital management. American entrepreneurs are world-beaters when it comes to creating new businesses, and corporate managers are adept at using the latest marketing, financial, and technological practices.” ~ James O’Toole
  36. “I want American Dream growth – lots of new businesses, well-paying jobs, and American leadership in new industries, like clean energy and biotechnology.” ~ William J. Clinton

  37. “I run into people from the Lehigh Valley and Allentown all over the world, and they’re obviously doing pretty well. They say, “Oh, it’s pretty nice there now and there’s a lot of new businesses that have come into the area.” Nobody’s telling me, “Yeah, I left.” Everybody says, “You know, I’m there. It’s great. It’s really nice there, and you made our town famous.”” ~ Billy Joel
  38. “It is so natural for us to consider our presence as indispensable in the world, so long as we have much to do in it, that the wisdom of retiring wholly from employments in advanced life may be questioned. Certainly, he who does so is in danger of finding, before long, that he has only given up the occupation to which he has been accustomed, for the new business of calculating the period of his decease.” ~ Christian Nestell Bovee
  39. “There are some very real areas where working together is critical, whether it’s talking about public policy issues, enforcement, or how to work together to facilitate new business opportunities. The RIAA has gotten much more involved in that.” ~ Hilary Rosen
  40. “To every trend there is a counter-trend. There are a number of pendulums operating and each creates new business opportunities.” ~ Patrick Dixon

  41. “I initially wanted to work in the music industry more on the A&R side. While I was in school, I began working in the New Business department of an advertising firm, and very quickly I was responsible for roughly 70% of their business, so you could say I had a natural knack for the advertising world.” ~ Adam Kluger
  42. “I am a great believer that you need passion and energy to create a truly successful business. Remember many new businesses do not make it and running a business will be a tough experience, involving long hours and many hard decisions – it helps to have that passion to keep you going.” ~ Richard Branson
  43. “Intuition, if you are fashion designer is really the key to everything. I just really have a feeling it’s the right moment in time to create a new business model. Obviously I have facts and figures that could back that up. It isn’t a gamble; it’s a calculated risk.” ~ Monita Rajpal
  44. “What we are trying to do is to create a new business paradigm, simply showing that business can have a human face and a social conscience.” ~ Anita Roddick

  45. “My children have been learning lessons about entrepreneurship since they were in kindergarten, and these lessons are paying off: even though they are only 22, 18, and 15, they have already collectively launched three nonprofit organizations and several new businesses.” ~ Naveen Jain
  46. “If I’m setting up a new business I’ll spend three or four months learning everything there is about that business, everything there is about that subject and then I will find good people to run it on a day-to-day basis, but whilst they’re running it at least I know what they’re talking about when they come back to me.” ~ Richard Branson
  47. “Managers will work for a salary. Entrepreneurs create new businesses. Many people have capital, but instead of making money for business they build houses for rent. It’s easy money to collect rental.” ~ John Gokongwei
  48. “Having a company that’s successful is a wonderful platform to do new things. You don’t have to raise money for it; you can take profits from the company and pump them into new business.” ~ Kevin Systrom

  49. “When starting a new business, people get blinders on. They have an idea, they stick to the idea, but they don’t test it or check with their potential audience to see if this is a good idea. It happens all the time. Talk to your customers, see what they like and what you can change or not change.” ~ JJ Ramberg
  50. “I’ve always been business-minded. I worked in corporate America before becoming an actress and knew that acting wasn’t the end but a means to an end. It gave me the platform and the exposure I needed to do my philanthropic work. It also gave me the financial security to focus on my other businesses, start new businesses, and even help other people start businesses.” ~ Eva Longoria
  51. “Asset-heavy businesses generally earn low rates of return – rates that often barely provide enough capital to fund the inflationary needs of the existing business, with nothing left over for real growth, for distribution to owners, or for acquisition of new businesses” ~ Warren Buffett
  52. “When you are starting a new business you don’t want to go after giant markets. You want to go after small markets and take over those markets quickly.” ~ Peter Thiel

  53. “You can invest to create the new growth business while the core business is still growing, because new business units don’t need to get big fast. But when the core business stops growing, investing to create new growth businesses becomes impossible.” ~ Clayton Christensen
  54. “There is much that public policy can do to support American entrepreneurs. Health insurance reform will make it easier for entrepreneurs to take a chance on a new business without putting their family’s health at risk. Tort reform will make it easier to take prudent risks on new products in a number of sectors.” ~ Eric Ries
  55. “The pace of change for entrepreneurs is rapidly accelerating, and the cost and risk of launching a new business and getting off the ground is just amazing. The ability to gain user feedback really quickly and adapt to what your consumers want is totally different with the web as it is now. But finding a new market, helping people and taking that original idea and turning it into a business is really exciting right now.” ~ Matt Mickiewicz
  56. “Those guys who want to have the Mohawk…which, to me, is the new business casual.” ~ Gerard Way

  57. “Whenever one or more components of a company’s business model changes, new business models are created for supporting companies. The changes might involve niches served, new marketing angles or improved value propositions.” ~ Marc Ostrofsky
  58. “Responding to the challenge of climate change is the ultimate political test for our generation…Our package not only responds to this challenge, but…is an opportunity that should create thousands of new businesses and millions of jobs in Europe.” ~ Jose Manuel Barroso
  59. “The growth of Stewart Airport creates new jobs for area residents, brings new business and new travelers to the region, and brings new convenient travel options to those of us living in the Hudson Valley.” ~ Sue Kelly
  60. “Not to forgive is to be imprisoned by the past, by old grievances that do not permit life to proceed with new business.” ~ Lance Morrow

  61. “One man should not be afraid of improving his posessions, lest they be taken away from him, or another deterred by high taxes from starting a new business. Rather, the Prince should be ready to reward men who want to do these things and those who endeavour in any way to increase the prosperity of their city or their state.” ~ Niccolo Machiavelli
  62. “In my experience, in the real-estate business past success stories are generally not applicable to new situations. We must continually reinvent ourselves, responding to changing times with innovative new business models.” ~ Akira Mori
  63. “All too often, a successful new business model becomes the business model for companies not creative enough to invent their own.” ~ Gary Hamel

  64. “**New business concepts are always, always the product of lucky foresight.** That’s right – the essential insight doesn’t come out of any dirigiste planning process; it comes form some cocktail of happenstance, desire, curiosity, ambition and need. But at the end of the day, there has to be a degree of foresight — a sense of where new riches lie. So radical innovation is always one part fortuity and one part clearheaded vision. [first-line bold by author] [2002] p.23” ~ Gary Hamel
  65. “One of the things I have learned over 26 years in the business is that the most productive place to focus new business efforts on is current clients. Think about it you have the relationship, you have inside knowledge of the company, the people and often, the brand, so it’s a much less diverting exercise. Simply put, the odds of getting a higher share with current clients is much better than getting in the front door with new ones.” ~ Rochelle B Lazarus

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