Biz Stone Quotes

Christopher Isaac “Biz” Stone is an American entrepreneur renowned as a co-founder of various technology companies, including the notable social media platform, Twitter. Prior to his role in Twitter, Stone served as the creative director at Xanga from 1999 to 2001. Additionally, he played a pivotal role in co-founding Jelly with Ben Finkel in 2014. Jelly was an innovative search engine that prioritized visual imagery and facilitated the process of discovery. Wikipedia

“Design is a career where you learn creative decision making.” ~ Biz Stone

“There’s a lot of social input when you put these things out there. People’s ideas cross with other people’s thoughts.” ~ Biz Stone

“You can shut down a service, and yet people will find ways to communicate.” ~ Biz Stone

“In any leadership position, you’re always going to be disappointing somebody.” ~ Biz Stone

“Constraint inspires creativity. When our backs are against the wall we come up with some amazing things.” ~ Biz Stone

“Embrace your constraints.” ~ Biz Stone

“You curate information that you want to receive. It’s a lot different because I’m not asking you if it’s okay, I’m just saying I’m following your updates. That’s why I don’t think of Twitter as a social network.” ~ Biz Stone

“A personal belief is that if you’re not personally invested in what you’re working on, you’ll fail.” ~ Biz Stone

“The normal press cycle is to put a company on a pedestal and then knock it down. It’s much more interesting that way.” ~ Biz Stone

“We hired a CSR person at Twitter, years before we hired our first sales person, to make sure we had a culture and impact of doing good.” ~ Biz Stone

“Success isn’t guaranteed, but failure is certain if you aren’t truly emotionally invested in your work.” ~ Biz Stone

“With Twitter, it’s as easy to unfollow as it is to follow.” ~ Biz Stone

“If you make the opportunity, you’ll be first in position to take advantage of it.” ~ Biz Stone

“I’m curious about writing in the age of online publishing. Because nobody cares about good writing online.” ~ Biz Stone

“You have to have an emotional investment in what you’re doing. If you don’t love what you’re doing, failure is pretty much guaranteed.” ~ Biz Stone

“Creativity is a renewable resource. Challenge yourself every day. Be as creative as you like, as often as you want, because you can never run out. Experience and curiosity drive us to make unexpected, offbeat connections. It is these nonlinear steps that often lead to the greatest work.” ~ Biz Stone

“Creativity comes from constraint.” ~ Biz Stone

“Willingness to take risks is the path to success.” ~ Biz Stone

“I realized ceativity is a renewable resource. You never run out of good ideas.” ~ Biz Stone

“In order to succeed spectacularly you have to be willing to fail spectacularly.” ~ Biz Stone

“The determination that led me to create a new sports team taught me an important lesson: opportunity is manufactured.” ~ Biz Stone

“If you take an idea and just hold it in your head, you unconsciously start to do things that advance you toward that goal.” ~ Biz Stone

“Twitter provides a great amount of timely information, but we still need those people to fill out the rest of the story and the context.” ~ Biz Stone

“I never even graduated college. I never finished learning, as it were, and I have a psychological need to be in a learning environment at all times.” ~ Biz Stone

“I think we definitely want to focus on the simplicity aspect because it’s something that’s built into the culture even here at Twitter. Constraints inspire creativity.” ~ Biz Stone

“I started out as an artist, and I continue to think of myself as an artist first, and a technologist and entrepreneur after that.” ~ Biz Stone

“Constraint inspires creativity.” ~ Biz Stone

“When you hand good people possibility, they do great things.” ~ Biz Stone

“This idea that the open exchange of information can have a positive global impact is being proven over and over again around the world nearly on a daily basis – and for Secretary Clinton to recognize that, I think, is a huge step.” ~ Biz Stone

“Investors are employees you can never hire. We made sure to pick investors that thought like us.” ~ Biz Stone

“People are watching TV, they’re watching some clips on their iPhone. I mean, some folks are sitting there on the iPhone, watching the Colbert Report, and meanwhile there’s a huge plasma TV right in front of them that they could be watching it on.” ~ Biz Stone

“It’s important to credit the brave people that take chances to stand up to regimes. They’re the star.” ~ Biz Stone

“I’ve seen people twitter in haiku only.” ~ Biz Stone

“When you think about Twitter, there are people all around the world reporting twenty-four seven, every second. They’re reporting what they’re seeing and what’s happening around them. So there’s a lot of potential for breaking news.” ~ Biz Stone

“I think of Twitter as a messaging system that you didn’t know you needed until you had it. Think about when cell phones first started coming out. People said, “Why would I carry my phone around?” And now you’ll drive back to your house thirty miles if you forget your cell phone.” ~ Biz Stone

“Doing startups is all about making mistakes.” ~ Biz Stone

“I’ve probably overused this analogy of a flock of birds moving around an object in flight, but, in reality, it’s so simple, real time communication of individuals that allow for this super organism type of organism to happen.” ~ Biz Stone

“People first. Technology second.” ~ Biz Stone

“Creativity is an infinitely renewable resource – you are not going to run out of it – so don’t be afraid to use it.” ~ Biz Stone

“I think Twitter has brought something totally new to the table.” ~ Biz Stone

“I haven’t been paying attention to politics long enough to have really smart opinions.” ~ Biz Stone

“Even though running is physically straining, it’s mentally refreshing. Especially when you feel like you’ve accomplished something.” ~ Biz Stone

“A Twitter update is simple and fast and gets the information and news, and it spreads it very quickly, and it can contain links so you can then link to this whole context of information.” ~ Biz Stone

“Positive culture comes from being mindful, and respecting your coworkers, and being empathetic.” ~ Biz Stone

“Inventing your dream is the first and biggest step toward making it come true.” ~ Biz Stone

“When a plane lands in the Hudson and there’s a Twitter user on the ferry taking a picture of it, Boom. That’s it. The water is still splashing. Here’s the photo of the thing.” ~ Biz Stone

“The two things I use the most are the MacBook Air and my iPhone. Those are my two most-used gadgets that are dented, scratched and smashed.” ~ Biz Stone

“The reason I really started running was for meditative purposes. I would pick some problem to have in my head while running.” ~ Biz Stone

“Opportunity is manufactured.” ~ Biz Stone

“I knew Mac pretty well. I’d used them when I was younger.” ~ Biz Stone

“There’s no such thing as a superhero, but together we can spin the world in a new direction.” ~ Biz Stone

“I don’t think of Twitter as a social network. I think of it as a messaging system that has a lot of social components to it.” ~ Biz Stone

“Timing, perseverance, and ten years of trying will eventually make you look like an overnight success.” ~ Biz Stone

“We can break news really fast. When an earthquake happens, there are people Twittering about it.” ~ Biz Stone

“We can figure it out, it’s not like we all have a disease.” ~ Biz Stone

“I’d dropped out of college to start design thing.” ~ Biz Stone

“When I studied graphic design, I learned a valuable lesson: There’s no perfect answer to the puzzle, and creativity is a renewable resource.” ~ Biz Stone

“If people are passionate about your product, whether it’s because they’re hating or loving it, those are both good scenarios.” ~ Biz Stone

“Even the simplest tools can empower people to do great things.” ~ Biz Stone

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