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Shari Arison Quotes

Shari Arison

Shari Arison quotes: wholesome words from the biz billionaire.

“Sustainability is the key to our survival on this planet and will also determine success on all levels.”

“Doing good business – being ethical, being transparent, being caring, implementing values in your business – makes a difference, and you make money at the same time.”

“I find that when you lead with vision and values, engaging employees and showing them that values are just as important as profits, everyone comes on board.  And not only do they come on board, but they connect to their own individual creativity.”

“If we all collectively generate good energy, there will be a good outcome.”

“It’s important to think good, speak good, and do good.  If we want to see positive change in the world, then we need to connect to goodness.  I try in everything I do, both in business and philanthropy, to make a positive change and do that by doing good.”

“Doing good holds the power to transform us on the inside, and then ripple out in ever-expanding circles that positively impact the world at large.”

“Doing good is a simple and universal vision.  A vision to which each and every one of us can connect and contribute to its realization.  A vision based on the belief that by doing good deeds, positive thinking and affirmative choice of words, feelings and actions, we can enhance goodness in the world.”

“A good deed is not just a duty, but above all, a privilege.  Even a smile is a good deed.”

“Our everyday cares, making a living, the crazy rat race of life, often make us forget the value of a good deed.  Thus, the goodness that exists within each and every one of us is covered with layer upon layer of indifference and unawareness.  In fact, we almost have to be reminded of the fact that goodness is there inside us.”

“Each one of us can do a good deed, every day and everywhere.  In hospitals in desperate need of volunteers, in homes for the elderly where our parents and grandparents are longing for a smile, a listening ear, in the street, in our workplaces and especially at home.”

“Every person – with his or her own skills, abilities and uniqueness – can contribute to others and bring great joy to those that fortune has not smiled upon.”

“‘Good Deeds Day’ is based on a simple idea that every person can do a good deed for the benefit of others and the planet.  Even a smile that brightens someone else’s day is a good deed.  I initiated Good Deeds Day to spread the message that everyone can give of themselves, according to their heart’s desire.”

“Change is not in the hands of government, not in the hands of a leader or guru, and not in the hands of the powerful or wealthy.  It is in our hands: the hands of each and every one of us.”

“For too long, humanity has acted with an outrageous lack of responsibility.  We wanted everything for ourselves – greed, really.  We failed to look at the overall picture and did not take into consideration those with whom we share the world.”

“I feel we all have a stake in our community as much as we do in our own spirits, and seeking avenues of generosity is the direct path to peace among us.”

“Business is not a spiritual matter, and my business decisions are not based on spiritual considerations.  I founded the ‘Essence of Life,’ a project aimed at teaching tolerance and respectful dialogue.”

“The good inside of all of us is wrapped in a layer of apathy and we forget how much potential we have within us, in each and every one of us, to change the world for the better… for ourselves and our children… and thus to bring about oneness.”

“As I see it, we are all connected and share a stake in our collective future.  We are all part of a greater picture.  I greatly encourage businesswomen everywhere in the world to take personal responsibility, stay connected to their own intuition and unique potential, work hard, deal with reality, but don’t give up.”

“People look at me as spiritual, but I am also very logical, very business-minded.  The two come together.”

“I don’t think of myself as a powerful person.  But I do use the platforms I have to make a difference in the world.  Anyone who has a position where they can make a difference should use it.”

“I grew up in a business-inspired environment, and over the years have started and run several businesses and philanthropic organizations.  Understanding how large corporations work, by having hands-on and board experience, I apply that knowledge to the benefit of all that I do.”

“My biggest aspiration is to inspire people to do good.  I believe that our wish for a harmonious world begins and ends with doing good.  To inspire and empower people to focus on goodness, I wrote a new book called Activate Your Goodness: Transforming the World Through Doing Good.”

“Over and over, since I was very young, I see things that are about to happen.  You can call it heightened intuition; you can call it visions.  I see it as a gift.  It’s my role to give people a heightened awareness, to show that basically we can change the world.”

“I can’t point to a single person or incident that changed my life, but the recognition that there is a certain world order, has been consequential.  It has empowered me to do things my way.  I found an inner truth by which I abide.”

“For most of my life, I have received messages – images and worded communications, sometimes even in an ancient language – that came to me from above.”

“I have always wanted to be a catalyst for bringing about positive change, inspiring others to choose goodness.”

“As the owner of the Arison Group, a philanthropic and business enterprise that spans across 40 countries in five continents, my ongoing challenge is to bridge the gap between what I envision and its understanding and practical implementation.  The Arison Group operates to realize the overall vision of doing good.”

“Hopefully I’m a role model for positive change for everyone – not just women.  It’s very important to find balance between men and women.”

“Matters of the heart are important to me.  All this materialism and all the money and wealth are things that you don’t take to the grave.  One day you have it.  The next day you don’t.”

“Once you realize that everything happens for a reason, attitudes towards matters such as illnesses, or lawsuits, for example, change.”

“In everything I do, whether in business, philanthropy or my personal life, I am guided by my inner truth, my values.”

“I believe we all want the same thing – it doesn’t matter who you are or where you’re living.  We all want to be healthy, happy, to live in peace and prosper.  That’s what I connect to.”

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