"To win with Gen Z, marketers have to evolve from informing to delighting, from celebrity to authenticity and from generic to predictive."
Lisa Box of WP Engine, as quoted by Forbes
Jane Park, founder and CEO, Julep Beauty Inc.
"As you look at all of the other drivers, it's just really hard to find a place that is giving you any indication that you're going to see a slowdown on the demand side."
James Connor, chairman and CEO of Duke Realty, as quoted by MarketWatch
"I spent a lot of time and energy in training people. When they have an incident, a new baby a dying parent or whatever it might be, I want to try and do whatever I can to keep them."
Lisa Goodbee, president of Goodbee & Associates, as quoted by The Associated Press.
"Growth is an erratic forward movement: two steps forward, one step back. Remember that and be very gentle with yourself."
Julia Cameron, writer and artist
"When we look at what visionaries really succeed at, they give us a confident, consistent and coherent plan that makes us feel safe."
Reddit's Tyler Odean, as quoted by First Round Review
"We believe that we're beginning to drive algorithms and analysis that can help us dig in deeply and define the emotional triggers to drive better creative and user experience."
Donna Murphy, global CEO of Havas Health & You, on the company's HVH Patient Precision Analytics program. Read more from FiercePharma.
"We have to figure out the ways to make it work so that our towns and cities have really interesting shops and offer opportunities for entrepreneurs to open businesses and local customers to support those businesses."
Carol Schroeder co-owner of Orange Tree Imports, as quoted by the Wisconsin State Journal
"Greatness after all, in spite of its name, appears to be not so much a certain size as a certain quality in human lives. It may be present in lives whose range is very small."
Phillips Brooks, writer and clergyman
"If you want to retain your top performers, make sure you have a culture with value at the core. Sellers love this, they win more, they're more motivated, and top performers stay at your organization longer."
--Mike Schultz, writing for Business 2 Community