Continuing our weekly series of powerful motivational quotes personally selected to start your week on an inspiring note:
“I honestly think it's better to be a failure at something you love than to be a success at something you hate."
George Burns, American comedian, 1896-1996
This is not so much prescriptive advice in an entrepreneurial sense, but a pretty accurate description of the way many entrepreneurs view the world. Like artists, they tend to be driven by visions and personal ambitions that provide emotional rewards that more than make up for the risk and sacrifices that are often involved in taking "the road less travelled."
Although, George Burns was not above offering advice. His singular secret of success: "First of all, you've got to have talent. And then you've got to marry her like I did."