Joe Quesada quotes

  • It always blows me away when I see people freak out because I've changed my mind on something. I'm not an elected official, folks. I didn't get my job by promising a bunch of things. I'm a businessman and a creator. If I don't have the ability to change my mind, if I don't have the ability to be open to different points of view, then I can't do this job properly.
    -- Joe Quesada

    #Jobs #Blow #Views

  • Don't be afraid of failure. Never fear it because there's always a lesson if you're open to it. There's always a lesson at the end of it. Always.
    -- Joe Quesada

    #Lessons #Ends #Never Fear

  • You have to enjoy your job; you should wake up every day and love what you do... I honestly do... From the bottom of my heart to the depths of my soul. I'm truly happy.

  • The best compliment was Ben Kingsley coming up to me, putting his hand on the back of my neck, and saying, "Good job, son.".

  • I, for my part, acknowledge another precept which says that man must deal the final blow to those whose downfall is destined by God.

  • Cut Chemist and DJ Shadow are going to blow your funky mind!

  • The heart of a woman who loves will forgive many blows.

  • Listen. Look. Desire is a house. Desire needs closed space. Desire runs out of doors or windows, or slats or pinpricks, it can’t fit under the sky, too large. Close the doors. Close the windows. As soon as you laugh from nerves or make a joke or say something just to say something or get all involved with the bushes, then you blow open a window in your house of desire and it can’t heat up as well. Cold draft comes in.

  • I take a grave view of the press. It is the weak slat under the bed of democracy

  • To read is to fly: it is to soar to a point of vantage which gives a view over wide terrains of history, human variety, ideas, shared experience and the fruits of many inquiries.

  • Convergence of our views on global trade issues under the WTO and our common resolve to combat terrorism provide a valuable base for mutual understanding.

  • No great thought, no great object, satisfies the mind at first view, nor at the last.

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