Jon Miller quotes

  • As it is for a person, so it is for a company: having a sense of purpose is invigorating and motivating.
    -- Jon Miller

    #Purpose #Company #Persons

  • Marketing automation is the technology that propels your business into a new era of relationship based marketing with quantifiable results. When powerful technology meets effective implementation and internal process management, your company will soon find itself on a journey that leads to new heights of business success.
    -- Jon Miller

    #Powerful #Technology #Journey

  • When you use the term 'cost per lead' you make marketing a cost center. Instead say 'investment per lead.'
    -- Jon Miller

    #Marketing #Cost #Use

  • Sometimes the best kaizen is no kaizen at all.
    -- Jon Miller

    #Kaizen #Sometimes

  • We wrote our first blog post before we wrote our first line of code.
    -- Jon Miller

    #Marketing #Lines #Firsts

  • The frequency of leadership going to the gemba is inversely proportional to the number of walls separating them from the gemba.
    -- Jon Miller

    #Leadership #Wall #Numbers

  • Business is about profit, yes, and it is about more than profit. At its best, it is about expanding the possibilities of humanity.
    -- Jon Miller

    #Humanity #Possibility #Profit

  • Every once in a while you ought to kiss a young lady. And every once in a while you ought to kiss a young lady for a while.
    -- Jon Miller

    #Kissing #Young #Young Ladies

  • Things happen in baseball, even if, in theory, it's something you don't do. Stats are a tool, but it doesn't mean that's how a game is being played at that moment. There's more than one way to win a game, or have a winning team.
    -- Jon Miller

    #Baseball #Team #Mean

  • The Giants have won. They have won the World Series for the third time in five years. And Madison Bumgarner has firmly etched his name on the all-time World Series record books as one of the greatest World Series pitchers the game has ever seen.
    -- Jon Miller

    #Book #Games #Names

  • I learned the game on the radio. Russ Hodges and Lon Simmons were the Giants broadcasters when I was growing up in the Bay area, and they taught me about the game. They taught me about the subtleties of the game, but they also gave me the game and let me enjoy it. That's the main thing, whether it's TV or radio. You have to give the fans the game, and if it's a Giants broadcast, the vast majority are Giants fans. In terms of story lines, most would be about the Giants.
    -- Jon Miller

    #Growing Up #Games #Giving

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