Ben Silbermann the Founder of Pinterest

The entrepreneur of the day is Ben Silbermann. He is the founder of Pinterest and has a net worth of $3.6 billion dollars.

Below are top Ben Silbermann quotes.

1. I hope Pinterest is my last job.

2. So March 2010, we launched Pinterest, and we were at 3,000 accounts. And that wouldn’t be so bad if we hadn’t started building Pinterest actually in November 2009. And that alone wouldn’t have been so bad if I hadn’t left my job to start a company in May 2008. 

3. I used to wake up and look at our analytics and think, ‘What if yesterday was the last day anyone used Pinterest?’ Like, everyone collectively decided, ‘We’re done!’ Over time I got more confidence.

4. We just felt like if every day we were getting a little bit closer to something that we would be really proud of, we would never regret the time we’d invested.

5. I think anyone who makes products has this simultaneous joy and, almost, shame looking at it. You look at it all day, and all you can see is all these things you want to make better.

6. Every user had my cellphone number. And you’d get calls from people that just wanted general technology support, like not even to do with Pinterest. They’re like, ‘My computer’s really slow. credit.

7. At a small company, so much of the trick is focus. Not only can you only do a finite number of things, but you have to do them in the right order.

8. I remember I used to put my cellphone number on every outbound email. Because I wanted to make sure that if Pinterest wasn’t working, you had somebody to call. And so I would get calls at all times of the night, all through the day. credit.

9. People think culture is like architecture where its actually a lot more like gardening. You plant some seeds and pull out weeds that aren’t working.

10. Just build things and find out if they work.

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