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The time will never be right to start. Today is your day. Study successful people, do what they do, and you too will be successful.

- Clay Clark

What’s your vision for the future of your follicles?

- Clay Clark

Write your life story as if it has already happened and live it out using your faith in yourself, and in the reality that you are embracing.

- Clay Clark

You don’t ever want to sell, you want customers to sell.

- Clay Clark

You must develop a verification system for anything in your business that you expect to happen.

- Clay Clark

You must not ever think that anything is common sense.

- Clay Clark

Don’t sling mud at others or soon you will find yourself in a deeper hole than when you started.

- Clay Clark

View your future wealth as current debt.

- Clay Clark

In the game of life, money is just how we keep score.

- Clay Clark

Jobs and businesses are just vehicles to get you from where you are to where you want to be.

- Clay Clark

Life is not a dress rehearsal.

- Clay Clark

More people will yell and wave at you to tell you that you forgot to close the gas cap than the amount of people who will stop to tell you that you are going the wrong direction with your life.

- Clay Clark

Never blindside an employee by firing them without warning.

- Clay Clark

One who buys things to write them off for their business whether they need them or not and who borrows massive sums of money to buy frozen yogurt and cupcake franchises that cannot possibly generate enough money to produce a livable wage, much less anything approaching prosperity.

- Clay Clark

One who knows God is going to bless them, despite the fact that they have no idea how to actually raise capital or solve a real problem that people have in exchange for monetary compensation. They love the idea of business ownership, yet fear working, as though doing any actual work or rendering any tangible service or product might ruin their lives on this planet and for eternity.

- Clay Clark

One who starts a business without written plans of any kind, without a pro-forma or any concept of their overall profitability per customer, yet believes that if they work hard enough and give enough money away to those in need that eventually they will not be in need.

- Clay Clark

One who works the same reactive 40 hours per week and takes the same amount of sick days and holidays off as his or her employees, yet expects to make significantly more than everyone else simply because they have the title of owner and are thus making the loan payments and the lease payments.

- Clay Clark

One who works their tail off because they hate working for other people so much, but who has no concept of what they are doing and who justifies their poverty when anyone more successful gives them advice by saying their business is different.

- Clay Clark

Only engage in mutually beneficial relationships.

- Clay Clark

Search engine optimization is essentially about obtaining admission to an event in which you are competing. Getting invited to compete in the event has no bearing on how you do within the competition itself, but you don’t get to play in the game unless you are on Page 1 of Google search results.

- Clay Clark

Developing a customer who loves the business so much that they become an unpaid and passionate marketer for the company.

- Clay Clark

Southwest consistently turns a profit because they have an employee ownership program that gives their employees a sense of ownership that is very real. When the company does well financially, the employees do well financially. When the company struggles, the employees struggle.

- Clay Clark

God can do what humanoids cannot.

- Clay Clark

The buyer needs to talk at least 70% of the time.

- Clay Clark

If you are going to run a successful business you are going to have to be committed to your customers 100% of the time. If customers consistently tell you that they don’t like a certain product or service you offer or an employee that you have working for you, you must be willing to act based upon their feedback if you find it to be factual.

- Clay Clark

The fastest and best way to build value for your business is to build your people

- Clay Clark

In business, if you don’t kick and hug, you don’t love.

- Clay Clark

The goal is to get the buyer to like and trust you.

- Clay Clark

A true entrepreneur is someone who seeks to profitably solve a problem that the world has in exchange for enough monetary compensation to achieve their dreams.

- Clay Clark

American Dream – and it says that you should graduate from high school, graduate from college, get married, find a job with good benefits, have sex with your spouse two times per week, buy a home with a mortgage, get a pet, go on vacation two times per year, have two kids, invest in mutual funds and IRAs, recycle when possible, and aim to retire early in your mid-fifties to early sixties, if you are lucky. I don’t know about you, but for me it’s kind of hard to be passionate about that American Dream.

- Clay Clark

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