Robin Williams was and will be forever be famous as one of the funniest people ever to live in the history of the world. Known for his improvisations and incredible acting in films such as Good Will Hunting, Aladdin and Jumanji. He died unexpectedly, much to the shock of the world. The planet mourned the loss of one of the kindest people so much that even President Obama publicly expressed his condolences. Robin Williams quotes and his life can help entrepreneurs, both new and old, with some wisdom and humor to guide them through life.
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- “No matter what people tell you, words and ideas can change the world.”
This is a wonderful quote that can apply to anyone. Words and ideas change the world. This is how we progress as a species and as a society. May they lead you to a happier place.
- “You only get a small spark of madness. You must not lose him.”
Funny quote with some truth in it. There’s something weird about everyone, stupid, stupid, whatever. It’s their unique little flavor of weirdness that gives them a lot of personality. So keep your little madness, it might make you stand out.
- “Being in the same room with people and creating something together is good.”
This is a great quote because Robin Williams knew that creativity is such a powerful thing. It evokes emotions in the mind. This allows us to direct our minds to other places we never thought possible. Working together and creating something can be great, whether it’s a cake, a painting, or something else.
- “Carpe per diem – confiscate the check.”
He might be funny, but he wasn’t stupid. Get this money! You’re an entrepreneur for Pete! You have to work hard to earn money!
- “The idea of having a permanent job is attractive.”
Almost everyone can agree with this. Robin Williams was a comedian and actor, meaning he had to book shows to make a living. This can be difficult to do, so you need to work well with your craft to have a consistent streak like you did with Williams. As an entrepreneur, you’re more used to something like a nine-to-five job. In any case, having a stable job plays an important role.
- “Sometimes because of the things I’ve done, films that haven’t turned out very well, you’re like, ‘Why did you do that?’ But in the end, I can’t regret them because I met amazing people. There was always something worth it.”
No matter what work you do, find a positive result in it, especially if the work didn’t work out or you didn’t like it. Find a rough diamond. These positive experiences, whether it be friendships or new skills, will stay with you for the rest of your life.
- “I write in big yellow notebooks — ideas in the form of sketches when I do stand-up and all that. It’s so bright. I can’t print it on the iPad – I think it will filter the process.”
This shows the process Robin Williams went through to write his material. He found the yellow notepad to be better than the iPad. It is very important to have something that helps to unleash your creativity.
- “It’s hard when you read an article that says bad things about you. It’s like someone is stabbing a knife in your heart. But I am the harshest critic of my work.”
Many creators and artists can agree with this statement. It can be hard for some people if people review your work and then write about how much they didn’t care about it. A good way to do this is to not read all the negative comments and read the positive ones, get fatter and more determined to figure out what went wrong, or you can just ignore it.
- “When I got home from Juilliard, I couldn’t find acting work.”
This may come as a surprise to some, but yes, even the great Robin Williams struggled to find work. But in the end, he had a great and prosperous career.
Robin Williams was a great man with great quotes. He will forever remain in the hall of comedy.
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