Rachel A. Olsen has two decades experience in marketing and media, from the onset of her career in corporate America. With a number one Amazon Best Seller book titled ‘Shark Tank MOMpreneurs,’ here is a look at some of the most memorable Rachel A. Olsen quotes.
“Because when we don’t, people wind up isolated, hurting, and wondering if it’s worth the risk to connect with others.”
“Being in a hurry. Getting to the next thing without fully entering the thing in front of me. I cannot think of a single advantage I’ve ever gained from being in a hurry. But a thousand broken and missed things, tens of thousands, lie in the wake of all that rushing.”
“Finding these treasures, we experience calm despite the storm. We develop spiritual beauty and spiritual strength—and others are drawn to us in their own times of need.”
“Focusing on the self is the opposite of focusing on God. Anyone completely absorbed in self ignores God, ends up thinking more about self than God. That person ignores who God is and what he is doing. And God isn’t pleased at being ignored.”
“He determines the course of world events; he removes kings and sets others on the throne.”
“Irrepressible hope, unsurpassable peace, inexplicable joy, unfailing comfort, patient endurance, and amazing grace await us in the dark times if we’ll seek Him in them.”
“Make the most of every opportunity. Be gracious in your speech. The goal is to bring out the best in others in a conversation, not put them down, not cut them out.”
“Shark Tank MOMpreneurs is a must read for anyone looking to learn the inside secrets of getting on ‘Shark Tank’ and landing a deal, or getting the publicity that’s essential for any successful business.”
“Solomon’s wisdom—flowing from the throne of God—brought the nation peace and prosperity like it had never known before. The forty years when Solomon sat as king were the best years in Israel’s history. All because he asked God for wisdom and followed it.”
“The Author of life who pens your story observes each time you discuss Him and honor His name before others!”
“These women, these Shark Tank Mompreneurs are so passionate about what they created and what they are doing, and that just shines through. That’s a major reason why they nailed their audition.”
“We’re each a part of the body of Christ—some of us are eyes with the gift of vision, others are feet with the ability to mobilize into action. The eyes can’t move without the feet. ”
“We’ve all got our issues, our baggage experiences, our pet peeves, our weaknesses, our harebrained ideas, our nutty hang-ups and quirks, and areas of our character that God is still working on.”
“What is the most valuable thing on earth? It’s not the Hope Diamond, or the National Treasury. It’s not a Picasso collection, or the Microsoft fortune. It is the wisdom of God, seen in the pages of your Bible. You’ve had access to it all along.”
“What we don’t often realize is that stopping to rest is also an act of worship. It’s not just something we do for ourselves—something we get to decide if and when it is needed. It’s something we do with God, honoring Him.”
“Whatever business you have, if you truly believe in what you’re doing, you’re capable of going any place and doing anything. Pursue Your Dreams!”
“When done well, rest is a conscious act of worship and a means of holy transformation. Setting aside time to rest is setting aside time to become set apart.”
“When I stop trying to create a life for myself, I find the life God creates for me. When I cease trying to make a name for myself—competing, grasping, pushing my way to the top—His name emerges through the actions of my life.”
“When we focus on Him in our rest, we become realigned with His heartbeat. We become restored to His image. Dedicating our rest, focusing it heavenward, turns it transcendent.”
“When we live His ways, we outline His image and trace the truths of His kingdom before a watching world.”
Here is a talk with Rachel Olsen where she shares giving your business a buzz with this Shark Tank MOMpreneurs look at taking a bite out of publicity.
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