Jay Abraham Quotes

Who is Jay Abraham?

Jay Abraham is an American businessman and author.

Born January 08, 1949

Books by Jay Abraham


Best 10 Quotes by Jay Abraham

“An amazing thing, the human brain. Capable of understanding incredibly complex and intricate concepts. Yet at times unable to recognize the obvious and simple.”

“People are silently begging to be led.”

“The fact is, everyone is in sales.”

“The man who goes to a hardware store to buy a power drill doesn’t really need a drill—he needs holes.”

“The USP is the nucleus around which you build your success, fame, and wealth. So you’d better be able to state it. If you can’t state it, your prospects won’t see it.”

Getting Everything You Can Out of All You’ve Got Quotes

“There are only three ways to increase your business: 1. Increase the number of clients. 2. Increase the average size of the sale per client. 3. Increase the number of times clients return and buy again.”

Getting Everything You Can Out of All You’ve Got

The Sticking Point Solution Quotes

“As soon as you open your mind to doing things differently, the doors of opportunity practically fly off their hinges.”

The Sticking Point Solution

“Innovation basically involves making obsolete that which you did before.”

The Sticking Point Solution

“It is just a matter of recognizing that one person’s distress is another person’s opportunity.”

The Sticking Point Solution

“My definition of marketing is simple—it’s all about educating the marketplace that your business can solve problems, fill voids, or achieve opportunities and goals the way no other business can.”

The Sticking Point Solution

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“When I get hurt in the market, I get the hell out. It doesn't matter at all where the market is trading. I just get out, because I believe that once you're hurt in the market, your decisions are going to be far less objective than they are when you're doing well If you stick around when the market is severely against you, sooner or later they are going to carry you out.”


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