Archive for May, 2010

Kelly Cutrone

Wednesday, May 12th, 2010

“If I were to allow for an acquisition, the first things that would happen is they would get rid of me—because everybody knows nobody needs a wacky entrepreneur around. Secondly, they wouldn’t like the company because we say no to about 90 percent of the business that we’re offered. We even stayed true in the recession. Because I don’t want to talk about or represent things that I do not believe in.”
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Kelly Cutrone, Founder Of People’s Revolution

Kelly Cutrone

Tuesday, May 11th, 2010

“Right now, everyone and everything is the brand. Your diary is now your Facebook page. That’s great. But it’s like, what do you have to say? What’s your news? If you’re a fashion designer and you have a new collection, well, so does everybody. It’s like you’re making little rick-rack t-shirts. You’re not going to be in Vogue. You need to change your expectations or change your products.”
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Kelly Cutrone, Founder Of People’s Revolution

Kelly Cutrone

Monday, May 10th, 2010

“Get 65,000 Facebook fans. Make a one minute short film and pop it up on Facebook and just talk to 65,000 people. Get it on the internet, then the Wall Street Journal and 700 bloggers pick it up and cut and paste it, you have a global message for very little money.”
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Kelly Cutrone, Founder Of People’s Revolution

Kelly Cutrone

Sunday, May 9th, 2010

“These kids are in school, they’re spending all this money studying communications. It’s terrifying. Do I think it’s good to go to school to get a communications degree? If you want me to answer honestly, not really. It’s a craft and it’s something you have to learn by watching other people do.”
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Kelly Cutrone, Founder Of People’s Revolution

Kelly Cutrone

Saturday, May 8th, 2010

“I think that my office is a research and development laboratory for the ultimate power chicks. It’s tribal and individual. I don’t treat any of my employees the same. Each come with a different skill set and they each come with character defects.”
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Kelly Cutrone, Founder Of People’s Revolution

Zig Ziglar

Friday, May 7th, 2010

“Sometimes adversity is what you need to face in order to become successful.”
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Zig Ziglar

Kelly Cutrone

Thursday, May 6th, 2010

“I like clients who take responsibility for themselves and where they’re really at. I spend a lot of time explaining to them the timeline because people think that press is like this instantaneous thing. But, like everything, you have to build the image.”
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Kelly Cutrone, Founder Of People’s Revolution