Popular Quotes by Chief Executive Officer of Alphabet Larry Page
Find inspirational quotes collection by Larry Page who is known as ex-Google CEO and now he is the CEO of Alphabet .
Larry Page listed as the 12th richest person in the world with the networth US$36.9 billion.
- You can be serious without a suit
- You never lose a dream, it just incubates as a hobby.
- We have always believed that it’s possible to make money without being evil.
- If you’re not doing some things that are crazy, then you’re doing the wrong things.
- It is often easier to make progress on mega-ambitious dreams. … Since no one else is crazy enough to do it, you have little competition.
- Find the leverage in the world so you can be truly lazy.
- You need to get one thing done well, or else you don’t have permission to do anything else.
- You can try to control people, or you can try to have a system that represents reality. I find that knowing what’s really happening is more important than trying to control people.
- I really like using my Samsung (005930:KS) tablet. I previously used the Motorola Xoom for a while and liked that.
- I have a simple algorithm, which is, wherever you see paid researchers instead of grad students, that’s not where you want to be doing research.
- The moments that we have with friends and family, the chances that we have to make a big difference in the world or even to make a small difference to the ones we love, all those wonderful chances that life gives us, life also takes away. It can happen fast and a whole lot sooner than you think.
- You treat people with respect, they tend to return the favor to the company.
- You don’t need to have a 100-person company to develop that idea.
- There are basically no companies that have good slow decisions. There are only companies that have good fast decisions.
- Big companies have always needed and cooperated in areas where it made sense.
- If we were motivated by money, we would have sold the company a long time ago and ended up on a beach.
- For a lot of companies, it’s useful for them to feel like they have an obvious competitor and to rally around that. I personally believe it’s better to shoot higher. You don’t want to be looking at your competitors. You want to be looking at what’s possible and how to make the world better.
- How exciting is it to come to work if the best you can do is trounce some other company that does roughly the same thing?
- You have to combine both things: invention and innovation focus, plus the company that can commercialize things and get them to people.
- If you can run the company a bit more collaboratively, you get a better result, because you have more bandwidth and checking and balancing going on.
- Lots of companies don’t succeed over time. What do they fundamentally do wrong? They usually miss the future.
- My grandfather was an autoworker, and I have a weapon he manufactured to protect himself from the company that he would carry to work. It’s a big iron pipe with a hunk of lead on the head. I think about how far we’ve come as companies from those days, where workers had to protect themselves from the company.
- Technology should do the hard work so people can do the things that make them the happiest in life.
- It’s very hard to fail completely, if you aim high enough.
- Always work hard on something uncomfortably exciting
- Technology should do the hard work, so you can get on and live your life. We’re only at one percent of what’s possible, and we’re moving slow relative to the opportunity we have.
- Excellence matters, and technology advances so fast that the potential for improvement is tremendous. So, since becoming CEO again, I’ve pushed hard to increase our velocity, improve our execution, and focus on the big bets that will make a difference in the world.