24 Motivational Jack Dorsey Quotes on Entrepreneurship

Date of birth: November 19, 1976, St. Louis, Missouri, USA

Short Biography

Jack Patrick Dorsey is an American software architect and businessman. He is recognized by many as the founder of Twitter and Square, a mobile payments company. In 2008, he was named one of the "35 most innovative people under the age of 35" by MIT Technology Review.

Jack Dorsey Quotes

“Pick a movement. Pick something you believe in. Pick something you want to have an impact in and then question every single thing and be a founder, and be an entrepreneur inside those organizations and inside that movement.” /Jack Dorsey
“Everyone has an idea. But it’s really about executing the idea and attracting other people to help you work on the idea.” /Jack Dorsey
“A founder is not a job, it’s a role, an attitude. And it’s something that can happen again and again and again, and in fact it has to happen again and again and again, otherwise we would not move forward.” /Jack Dorsey
“Our job as founders, as entrepreneurs is to distribute the future that’s already here.” /Jack Dorsey
“It’s empowering to be asked to look at what’s possible, not told how to do it.” /Jack Dorsey
“Disruption is like an earthquake. Disruption has no purpose. It has not values. It has no organizing principle. It has no direction and it has no leadership… This is not what we want to bring into the world. What we want to bring into the world is revolution.” /Jack Dorsey
“Revolution has values, revolution has purpose. Revolution has direction. Revolution has leaders. Revolution looks at the intersection ahead and pushes people to do the right thing. And it doesn’t always have to be loud. It doesn’t always have to be violent. It’s just as powerful in it’s stillness.” /Jack Dorsey
“People are following more key words and concepts and more ideas and acting on those rather than individuals or organizations.” /Jack Dorsey
“If the merit of the idea is strong, it spreads really quickly no matter who you are or where you are from.” /Jack Dorsey
“The more we share what’s happening around us, the more we understand how someone lives their life. The greater the understanding we have, the more empathy we have for each other. By and large, that reduces conflicts.” /Jack Dorsey
“You can worry about the competition or you can focus on what’s ahead of you and drive fast.” /Jack Dorsey
“I love making something complex. I love taking everything away, taking all the debris, the conceptual debris from a technology away so that you can just focus on what’s most important.” /Jack Dorsey
“The strongest thing you can cultivate as an entrepreneur is to not rely on luck but cultivating an ability to recognize fortunate situations when they are occurring.” /Jack Dorsey
“For any Silicon Valley company, the most important thing is the company. And any great founders need to get out of the way of the company. We presented a spark with an idea.” /Jack Dorsey
“The greatest lesson that I learned in all of this is that you have to start. Start now, start here, start small and keep it simple.” /Jack Dorsey
“Twitter was not started because we started a company. Twitter was started because we had a good idea, and it started out of a failed company. That can happen out of any company today.” /Jack Dorsey
“You don’t have to start from scratch to have a massive impact on the world.” /Jack Dorsey
“An idea that can change the course of the company can come from anywhere.” /Jack Dorsey
“Everything we do is about getting people to be more open, more creative, more courageous.” /Jack Dorsey
“My goal is to simplify complexity. I just want to build stuff that really simplifies our base human interaction.” /Jack Dorsey
“When you have a stable ground to walk on, you understand how you’re moving, and how you’re growing, and how you’re building off it.” /Jack Dorsey


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