Motivational Peter Thiel Quotes

Peter Andreas Thiel born on 11 October 1967.  Peter Thiel is an American successful entrepreneur, venture capitalist, philanthropist, famous political activist, and top selling author. Here we have Motivational Peter Thiel Quotes, these inspiring Peter Thiel Quotes will inspire you in 2018. Must read these Peter Thiel Quotes and don’t forget to share these Peter Thiel Quotes with your friends and family. Amazing Books Bill Gates Read In 2017

Motivational Peter Thiel Quotes:

“Don’t always go through the tiny little door that everyone is trying to rush through…”

“If your product requires advertising or salespeople to sell it, it’s not good enough: technology is primarily about product development, not distribution.”

“Anyone that has a monopoly will pretend that they’re in incredible competition”.

“First, only invest in companies that have the potential to return the value of the entire fund.”

“Go after small markets, often markets that are so small that people don’t even notice them, they don’t think they make sense.”

“The thing about network effects is that they are often very hard to get started.”

“Brilliant thinking is rare, but courage is in even shorter supply than genius.”
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“One has to always be super aware that there are these very powerful incentives to distort the nature of these markets.”

“If you’re the founder…entrepreneur starting a company, you always want to aim for monopoly and you always want to avoid competition”

“If you get a creative monopoly for inventing something new, I think it’s symptomatic of having created something really valuable.”

“The thing that’s always a big mistake is going after a giant market on Day 1”

“Every moment in business happens only once. The next Bill Gates will not build an operating system. The next Larry Page or Sergey Brin won’t make a search engine. And the next Mark Zuckerberg won’t create a social network. If you are copying these guys, you aren’t learning from them.”

“I think all happy companies are different because they are doing something very unique.”

“I always think in some ways, the better framing is you want to be the last mover. You want to be the last company in a category”

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