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James Dyson

Friday, May 1st, 2009

“I think if a product looks good, but it doesn’t work well, ultimately you come to loathe it. If it works well, you come to love it. And if it’s well-designed, you love it even more.”
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James Dyson
In an interview with Fortune Small Business

James Dyson

Wednesday, April 1st, 2009

“I’m aware of things that annoy me, that don’t work well, that use ridiculous amounts of electricity or water or I hate using them.”
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James Dyson
In an interview with Fortune Small Business

James Dyson

Monday, March 2nd, 2009

“We weren’t allowed to expand our factory in England because, you know, dark, satanic mills. People don’t like factories. So we manufacture it in Malaysia.”
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James Dyson
In an interview with Fortune Small Business

James Dyson

Thursday, January 22nd, 2009

“And I wish children were marked at school by the number of failures they made. I think they should be given extra marks for having failed and learned how to solve a problem.”
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James Dyson
In an interview with Fortune Small Business

James Dyson

Thursday, January 1st, 2009

“The process of gathering yourself together and overcoming the disappointment and of trying another idea is — it’s a sort of drug, actually, for me. I just have to go on doing it every day. It’s fascinating.”
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James Dyson
In an interview with Fortune Small Business

James Dyson

Monday, December 1st, 2008

“It sounds boring, but in fact, building lots and lots of prototypes is fascinating.”
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James Dyson
In an interview with Fortune Small Business

James Dyson

Saturday, November 1st, 2008

“Very Edison-like, yes, trial and error. Although it’s not as great an invention as the light bulb.”
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James Dyson
In an interview with Fortune Small Business