Bob Myers quotes

  • Instant gratification is so overrated. It's about the process. It's the difficulty. It's the grind of all of it that you better enjoy. That's what makes it great.
    -- Bob Myers

    #Grind #Process #Enjoy

  • How do you build a successful organization or culture? It's the people. The people part, in business and basketball, is huge.
    -- Bob Myers

    #Basketball #Successful #Organization

  • If you work with people that are bringing you up constantly - really bright, really passionate people - you can't help but get pulled in that direction.
    -- Bob Myers

    #People #Passionate #Helping

  • It's easy to be a good person when things are going well. We try to find people that will rise up when things are not going well. When we build a team, it's not just how is this person going to be when things are good... when things are rough... then who are you?
    -- Bob Myers

    #Team #People #Trying

  • It comes down to competitiveness. I hate to lose. We want people in our organization that hate to lose - that want to compete every single day, so you continue to strive to win.
    -- Bob Myers

    #Hate #Winning #Organization

  • You stay elite by constantly moving forward.
    -- Bob Myers

    #Moving #Moving Forward #Constantly Moving

  • If you like who you work with, who you interact with every day, you're going to accomplish better things.
    -- Bob Myers

    #Accomplish #Ifs

  • If you can build a team full of high-quality people, and you bring aboard someone who may lack qualities, they're probably likely to go in the right direction.
    -- Bob Myers

    #Team #People #Quality

  • What ever truth drops on it eventually grinds to a powder.

  • But I still rap like I'm on my Pharoahe Monch grind

  • Fear is a killer, when it comes to the creative process.

  • The struggle for morality never stays won. It's always in process.

  • My primary process of perceiving is muscular and visual.

  • Diligent as one must be in learning, one must be as diligent in forgetting; otherwise the process is one of pedantry, not culture.

  • I have finally become a husband and I am genuinely enjoying every moment of it.

  • Americans often have trouble enjoying the present moment.

  • I see no point in being despondent. We might as well enjoy ourselves during our brief tenure of this life.

  • The best I fight is when I'm just there being a competitor and enjoying myself.

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