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Amanda Kahlow Quotes


Amanda Kahlow quotes: this woman puts on an absolute quote clinic with the snippets below.

“If you change your thoughts you can change your life. You are in control of everything in your world.”

“Enter every meeting, every project with intention. Set a vision. Don’t just walk through life aimlessly. It takes time and effort to do this. Don’t just say it, do it. Every day, every interaction.”

“You have to be ready to sacrifice a lot, and truly dedicate your life to your dream, it doesn’t feel like a sacrifice when having so much fun.”

“Don’t be attached to outcomes. You will fail if you focus on outcomes. Focus on the journey. A journey that will take you down roads you may not have anticipated. Embrace each path, each bumpy road. Another challenge. Every obstacle is a better solution looking for a home.”

“Silver-lining! There is always a silver lining if we look up for it.”

“All we have and all we are are a result of a previous thought. Meditate and focus on the positive and believe you have it, as if it is already here, and it will be yours.”

“Build the culture. What is culture? Culture is not the frills and benefits, but the connection to each other. The love, trust, no ego support to bring out the best in each other. An environment where people feel heard and a part of something greater than themselves. Working with crazy passion for the same mission.”

“Keep money in the bank. Build the vision of the company.”

“When you are at the top, others will try to bring you down. Trust that karma will take care of it. And never forget [your] core value: positivity. And if you are fortunate to have others trying to take you down, remember this is because you are winning. Be flattered.”

“Stay true to yourself and your vision. Don’t let any one person’s opinion move you. Listen, but be confident.”

“Listen, then be heard. We can’t win for our customers if we don’t first seek to understand.”

“Nothing is permanent.”

“Life is about the journey, not the destination.”

“You control what happens to you. You are your thoughts, so think positive thoughts.”

“It’s important to believe in and feel the things which you most desire, and imagine life as if you already have them.”

“Make the audience fall madly in love with you. They don’t really care about your content. They want to connect to you first. Then and only then will they take in your message. Otherwise you are in one ear out the other. But if they make an emotional connection to you… game over. You won. This is the most important one. Which ties to not being scripted. Be raw. Be vulnerable. Self-deprecation can help here. Don’t be afraid of it. But make them feel for your plight in life. Not just your content. People buy people first, not products. They first believe in you. Then they look to see if your product meets their needs.”

“What one thing do you want them to remember? Sadly, they will only remember one thing. They will connect with you. But when it comes to your content, you are lucky if they walk away remembering one thing.”

“Share your story and connect even deeper.”

“No one gives a sh*t how we do it. What they care about is why. People care about why. And how will it help them.”

“I’ve always been a bit of an introvert, but just because you don’t fit the classic mold doesn’t mean you can’t be a leader. You just need to find your own style and someone with a similar style who you can learn from.”

“I am committed to inspire, empower and mentor women and girls to seek leadership roles and dream big with confidence.”

“I’m committed to Girl Rising in their mission to educate girls in developing countries as a way to build thriving, prosperous, healthy communities and effect positive social change.”

“I think we really need to instill that sense of confidence in women that they can do it too. It isn’t really about the venture capital process. I think it really comes back to more women knocking on the door—walking through not just with a good idea, but also with confidence.”

“The root of the problem starts at home and in schools, where girls are raised lacking the confidence to believe in themselves. It starts with a child’s dream. We’ve come a long way, and girls are increasingly dreaming of being businesswomen beyond secretarial positions, but the dream of leading at the top still alludes most.”

“Remember that this is what separates the women from the girls. If you want to be great, this is the challenge. If you don’t want to be great, then you never should have started a company.”

“I’m building a place where people want to come and feel supported, and this is where they spend 99% of their time, so I feel like we’re building a home and a family. It’s also about men wanting and embracing and embodying their feminine, just like how I embrace my masculine in my leadership. We have masculine and feminine traits. Teaching people how to care about themselves and then each other is, I think, what makes women want to work here. It’s the empathy and the heart and the compassion.”

“Marketers today have pretty much become technologists. They’ve had to. They’re manually processing and moving data sets and making decisions and applying technology. If we can let technology go back to doing the technology, then marketers could go back to doing their original purpose: building compelling stories and engaging brands to further the conversation for sales and marketing.”

“What makes me feel most beautiful is giving to others, with no expectation of return. No matter how big or small, when I do, nothing feels better and nothing makes me feel better about myself.”

“Living beautifully means to me living with an open heart, listening and seeking to understand others before self. Showing up physically, mentally and spiritually every day. To be my best self, inside and out.”

“Taking care of my physical health (working out seven days a week), spiritual health (meditating and affirmations daily), and not letting any work challenge bring me down. Knowing and reminding myself that every challenge is an opportunity for a greater solution, to do better than where we are today. This comes into play in my personal life and work.”

“I’m incredibly disciplined when it comes to working out every day, if not several times a day. I’m also good at staying positive, which helps to keep the team motivated and optimistic during long days of hard work.”

“I’m most proud of learning to love my family unconditionally, despite any circumstances or events.”

“Breathe and do everything you do with love and heart. Love what you are doing! Love your customers. Love your product. Don’t forget to take care of yourself, and love yourself first and foremost. I have never loved me more. And in turn, I feel that I have infinite capacity to love all those around me. I’m not afraid to bring love into the workplace.”

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