15 Motivational Marketing Quotes from Seth Godin

Download 15 Motivational Marketing Quotes from Seth Godin

Post on 18-Oct-2014




3 download

Embed Size (px)


Seth Godin is one of the most innovative and influential minds in marketing and business today. He has spent his career inspiring others to be more innovative and think outside the box. Here is a list of 15 of the best Seth Godin quotes on marketing to help motivate you at work every day.


PowerPoint Presentation


From Seth Godin




Seth Godin is one of the most innovative

and influential minds in marketing and

business today. Having made a career of

inspiring others to be more innovative and

think outside the box, Mr. Godin has a litany

of memorable quotes about marketing and

life. Here are 15 of our favorite Seth Godin

quotes to inspire you to do more everyday.

1. The cost of being wrong is less than the cost of doing nothing.

2. The largest enemy of change and leadership isnt a no, its a not yet. Not yet is the safest,

easiest way to forestall change.

3. Hope without a strategy doesnt generate leadership. Leadership comes when your hope

and your optimism are matched with a concrete

vision of the future and a way to get there.

4. What could you measure? What would that cost? How fast could you get the results? If you

can afford it, try it. If you measure it,

it will improve.

5. Remarkable visions and genuine insights are always met with resistance.

6. Organizations that destroy the status quo win. Whatever the status quo is, changing it gives you

the opportunity to be remarkable.

7. If you dont have time to do it right, what makes you think youll have time to do it over?

8. You cant fool all the people, not even most of the time. People, once unfooled, talk

about the experience.

9. Our job is to make change. Our job is to interact with them in a way that leaves them

better than we found them, more able to get

where theyd like to go.

10. All the creativity books in the world arent going to help you if youre unwilling to have lousy,

lame and even dangerously bad ideas.

11. You can spend your time on stage pleasing the heckler in the back, or you can devote it to

the audience that came to hear you perform.

12. The problem when working with a coach isnt that we dont know what to do. The real problem

is that we dont want to change our mind.

13. Go for the edges. Challenge yourself and your team to describe what those edges are, and

then test which edge is most likely to deliver the

marketing results you seek.

15. The easiest thing is to react. The second easiest is to respond. But the hardest thing

is to initiate.

For more informative sales advice, visit our website


And our blog


Thank You!

Seth Godin Courtesy of sethgodin.typepad.comMissing performance Courtesy of fromthedeskofbobmoore.comFear Courtesy of elitefts.comRule Courtesy of rgbstock.comMatches Courtesy of hermentorcenter.comTape Measure Courtesy of Wikipedia.orgBinoculars Courtesy of rgbstock.comChains Courtesy of Pixabay.comIts the time Courtesy of Deviantart.comTwo people talking Courtesy of Wikimedia.orgCountry Road Courtesy of openclipart.orgBook Courtesy of rgbstock.comMind mapping Courtesy of flickr.comDiagram Courtesy of Texample.netHandshake Curtesy of Wikipedia.orgSalman Ahmad inspires the audience to sing and clap along Courtesy of M. Elizabeth Williams, Girl + Camera LLC, and TEDx NJLibraries

Photo Credits