In this Matt Mullenweg review, we are going to share the top 25 quotes he swears will help you become successful. Â Read more…!
Matt Mullenweg Review | About Matt Mullenweg
Matt Mullenweg the blue eyed long hair young entrepreneur and genius creator of WordPress. This guy is something else, he literally left college and began to work for a company called CNET which he left and found another opportunity to create his own business.
Today we all use WordPress for blogging but not just that but this website and blogging platform started out in its infancy as b2/cafelog. In the developmental stage of WordPress Matt was working on codes that would later evolv to what WordPress is now today.
Similar to how Mark Zuckerberg did when he create Facebook but only a little smarter because Matt put together a team that helped create an incredible income that changed his life to becoming a young millionaire under the age of 30.
Here is a short video with Matt Mullenweg of WordPress interview about his success and his views on the new digital economy.
Matt Mullenweg Review | Top 25 Matt Mullenweg Quotes
1. “It’s good to work for someone else. Because then you appreciate it more when you are an entrepreneur.”
2. “I do my best stuff midmorning and superlate at night, from 1 to 5 in the morning. Some people donâ€™t need sleep. I actually do need sleep. I just sleep all the time. Iâ€™ll catch naps in the afternoon, or Iâ€™ll take a 20-minute snooze in the office â€“ just all the time. Our business is 24 hours. Our guys in Europe come online at midnight.”
3. “We focus on two things when hiring. First, find the best people you can in the world. And second, let them do their work. Just get out of their way.”
4. “I am an optimist, and I believe that people are inherently good and that if you give everyone a voice and freedom of expression, the truth and the good will outweigh the bad.”
5. “When there’s no one you can point to, or when something goes wrong, it’s your fault – that level of responsibility and accountability is pretty interesting.”
6. “There are 100 million blogs in the world, and it’s part of my job as the co-founder of WordPress to help many more people start blogging.”
7. “I do my best stuff midmorning and superlate at night, from 1 to 5 in the morning. Some people don’t need sleep. I actually do need sleep. I just sleep all the time. I’ll catch naps in the afternoon, or I’ll take a 20-minute snooze in the office – just all the time. Our business is 24 hours. Our guys in Europe come online at midnight.”
8. “People might start with LiveJournal or Blogger, but if they get serious, they’ll graduate to WordPress. We try to cater to the more powerful users.”
9. “WordPress.com is the only service of its kind that not only lets you export your data, but gives you an open source package you can run on pretty much any web host out there to run your own instance of the software. So the freedom is really in your hands.”
10. “I don’t care what hours you work. I don’t care if you sleep late or if you pick a child up from school in the afternoon. It’s all about your output.”
11. “It turns out that social networks drive a heck of a lot of traffic to blogs.”
12. “No matter what I do, I always come home to my blog.”
13. “The biggest mistake we made at WordPress.com in term of infrastructure was buying servers.”
14. “Why are so many companies stuck in this factory model of working?”
15. “If you have a fantastic idea you’re really passionate about and are making $100,000 in your job, if you can set aside some of that to invest in servers or contractors or other folks, that’s actually the best way to start a business in my opinion.”
16. The center of gravity for an organization should be as close to what they make as possible. If you make cars, you need people in the factory. If you breed horses, be in the stable. If you make the Internet, live on the Internet, and use all the freedom and power it gives you.”
17. “While I personally believe strongly in the philosophy and ideology of the Free Software movement, you can’t win people over just on philosophy; you have to have a better product, too.”
18. “From the first time I held an iPhone, the space has evolved quickly, and people have shifted from reading content on their desktops to smartphones and iPads, even long-form stuff.”
19. “If you’re going to quit your job to focus on an idea, you get overly attached to that idea because you had it, and it’s the reason you quit your job. Plus, most ideas are bad.”
20. “Don’t think about work in your bedroom or relaxation area.”
21. “Ultimately, Captchas are useless for spam because they’re designed to tell you if someone is ‘human’ or not, but not whether something is spam or not.”
22. “When I first got into technology I didn’t really understand what open source was. Once I started writing software, I realized how important this would be.”
23. In the morning, I have certain aspirations. One of my goals is to avoid looking at the computer or checking e-mail for at least an hour after I wake up. I also try to avoid alarm clocks as much as possible, because it’s just nice to wake up without one.”
24. “As the web becomes more and more of a part of our every day lives, it would be a horrible tragedy if it was locked up inside of companies and proprietary software.”
25. “Much of the lifeblood of blogs is search engines – more than half the traffic for most blogs.”
Matt Mullenweg Review | Final Thoughts
I am glad Matt Mullenweg and his team create WordPress, its because of this genius that me and my partner along with our students that we coach are grateful for the opportunity to learn what this technology does for our thoughts, ideas, and writing gifts.
I didn’t know my knack for writing was going to ever evolve to this type of writing in the future let alone the idea of earning money from it. Â Who would have thunk it? Pretty amazing if you ask me that we live in a era called the digital economy where we have the capabilities thanks to the internet and blogging on the internet with WordPress to change our lifestyle by designing a better life and income for everyone’s future.
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