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Tina Seelig an educator, entrepreneur, author of several books on creativity and innovation. Listen 19 Life Changing Tina Seelig Audio Quotes Sayings for you to Enjoy, Read, Listen as Audiobook, Motivate, Share. Thought-Provoking Ideas better than Pictures/Photos, Memorable Thoughts Inspiration from Tina Seelig author of Books as What I Wish I Knew When I Was 20: A Crash Course for Making Your Place In the World, inGenius: A Crash Course on Creativity, Insight Out: Get Ideas Out of Your Head and Into the World. Audio Quotes and Personal Development Ideas free online on Attitude, Challenges, Entrepreneurship, Failure, Innovation, Knowledge, Opportunities, Patterns, Planning, Play, Quitting, Rules, Success. Man Voice β™‚ + Woman ♀ Pronunciation and Accent.
β€œ I’m not brave. I’m just incredibly observant. Steve has discovered that the more you observe, the more data you collect, the more patterns you see, and the more boldly you can act. β€œ – Tina Seelig

β€œ Uncertainty is the essence of life, and it fuels opportunity. β€œ – Tina Seelig

β€œ It’s important to know whether you’re putting energy into something that has the potential to pay off. This is one of life’s biggest challenges. We often stay in dead-end situations way too long, hoping the situation will improve. β€œ – Tina Seelig

β€œ Even though it is always difficult to abandon a project, it is much easier in the early stages of a venture, before there is an enormous escalation of committed time and energy. β€œ – Tina Seelig

β€œ Rules should be followed. It is a tradition to know what can and can’t be done. But innovation doesn’t require the boundaries rules provide. It is when you stop following that you start having unexpected fun. β€œ – Tina Seelig

β€œ Failure is inevitable, and that the key to success is not dodging every bullet but being able to recover quickly. β€œ – Tina Seelig

β€œ Attitude is perhaps the biggest determinant of what we can accomplish. β€œ – Tina Seelig

β€œ Just as evolution is a series of trial-and-error experiments, life is full of false starts and inevitable stumbling. The key to success is the ability to extract the lessons out of each of these experiences and to move on with that new knowledge. β€œ – Tina Seelig

β€œ There’s a big difference between trying to do something and actually doing it. We often say we’re trying to do something-losing weight, getting more exercise, finding a job. But the truth is, we’re either doing it or not doing it. β€œ – Tina Seelig

β€œ Never miss an opportunity to be fabulous. β€œ – Tina Seelig

β€œ Planning a career should be like traveling in a foreign country. Even if you prepare carefully, have an itinerary and a place to stay at night, the most interesting experiences usually aren’t planned. You might end up meeting a fascinating person who shows you places that aren’t in the guidebook, or you might miss your train and end up spending the day exploring a small town you hadn’t planned to visit. β€œ – Tina Seelig

β€œ The key to success is the ability to extract the lessons out of each of these experiences and to move on with that new knowledge. β€œ – Tina Seelig

β€œ In reality, when you look closely at the graph for most successful people, there are always ups and downs. When viewed over a longer period of time, however, the line generally moves up and to the right. When you’re in a down cycle, it’s sometimes hard to see that the temporary dip is actually a setup for the next rise. In fact, the slope of the upward line is often steeper after a down cycle, meaning you’re really achieving more than if you had stayed on a steady, predictable path. β€œ – Tina Seelig

β€œ We hire people who have experience not just because of their successes but also because of their failures. Failures offer learning opportunities and increase the chance that you won’t make the same mistake again. β€œ – Tina Seelig

β€œ You can’t learn to play soccer by reading the rulebook, you can’t learn to play the piano by studying sheets of music, and you can’t learn to cook by reading recipes. β€œ – Tina Seelig

β€œ Albert Einstein is quoted as saying, β€œIf I had an hour to solve a problem and my life depended on the solution, I would spend the first fifty-five minutes determining the proper question to ask, for once I know the proper question, I could solve the problem in less than five minutes. β€œ – Tina Seelig

β€œ T-shaped people β€œthose with a depth of knowledge in at least one discipline and a breadth of knowledge about innovation and entrepreneurship that allows them to work effectively with professionals on other disciplines to bring their ideas to life. β€œ – Tina Seelig

β€œ Instead of thinking that an idea is bad, look at it differently and the final outcome of this β€œbad β€œ idea will shock you. β€œ – Tina Seelig

β€œ Sometimes quitting is the bravest alternative, because it requires you to face your failures and announce them publicly. β€œ – Tina Seelig

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