Today’s jobs list includes a lot of big companies that have an abundance of quotes, but there are a lot more to choose from.
The Journey podcast has compiled a list of the best career quotes for job interviews, and we’re going to go through them in order to help you decide whether you’re going for the right fit.1.
“I’m happy when people do the right thing.”
– Matt Dillahunty, Uber CEOThis quote comes from Matt Dillihunty’s “You Can’t Always Get What You Want,” a book about the ups and downs of being a successful CEO.
He talks about how he has to be the leader and not the follower, and this is what he said:I always think that the greatest leaders have to be able to take risks and find a way to make things happen.
And I think the reason I’m happy with how people did is that they were willing to take a risk and be willing to make a change.2.
“You’re the first to know.
The last to leave.”
– Mark Cuban, Founder of Fidelity InvestmentsThe quote comes straight from Mark Cuban’s latest book, which also includes a quote from comedian Bill Burr.
The quote is from a chapter on investing in startups.
It reads:I’m the first person to leave.
I’m the last person to stay.
I’ve always done that.
It’s not something you have to do to be successful.3.
“People will be proud of me when they find out I’m here.”
– Ryan Holiday, CEO of LyftThe quote from Ryan Holiday comes from his new book, “The Lean Startup,” which talks about the benefits of not getting too excited about your job and taking a step back and letting it take care of itself.4.
“The difference between the good and the great is always in the process.”
– Joe Pappas, Founder and CEO of UberA quote from Joe Pessatas in his new memoir, “Joe’s Way,” talks about his early days as Uber’s CEO.
The book is titled “The Journey” and it is available for free on Amazon.
It was originally published in the summer of 2017.5.
“Don’t get too excited.
It can take a while.
It’ll take longer than you think.
But it’ll all be worth it.”
– Scott Pelley, CBS Evening News hostThe quote in this quote from Scott Pelleys book “The Best of Scott Pelzer” is from his interview with Joe Pogue.
The podcast was originally recorded in April of 2017 and was released in October 2017.
The excerpt reads:We have this mantra that you can’t get anything done if you’re not excited about it.
The thing that you need to do is take a step away from the excitement and get the process done.6.
“No matter what happens, you’re always the one to blame.
No matter what is going on, you’ll always be the one who has to fix it.”
— Mark CubanThe quote is about Mark Cuban.
In his book, he talks about a time when he was still in the public eye and was doing interviews and people were telling him things about him that were untrue.
The author says that he thought he was going to be fired for that.
So he had a hard time accepting that it was going on.
The next thing he knows, he’s sitting there interviewing for a job and it’s not even a question, “Are you the guy that’s going to fix this?”
It is important to note that this quote comes directly from a book and that it came from a time in his life when he wasn’t sure how things were going to pan out.7.
“Sometimes you just gotta be a little bit reckless and reckless in certain situations.”
– John Stossel, Fox News hostJohn Stossells latest book “Noah’s Ark: How Technology Will Change Your Life” is out now and he says the quote comes courtesy of his book.
It is a chapter about a story about Noah’s Ark, the first family of the Neolithic era and how people had a very hard time understanding what it meant to be human.
It read:If you have a problem, and you have it on your own, it’s gonna be your fault.
I think a lot people are reckless and that can be dangerous because if you have your own fault, you’ve got a tendency to make excuses.8.
“Never underestimate the power of passion.”
– Bob MarleyThe quote came from Bob Marleys book, titled “A Little Less Talk, a Little More Action,” which is available on Amazon for $7.99.
It tells the story of how Bob started out as a humble singer in Birmingham, Alabama.
The song is titled, “Let’s Go to War.”
The book was written after Bob died in 2016 and it talks about Bob’s journey to achieve his goal of becoming