Return On Investment Quotes by Mark Steyn, Clayton Christensen, Mark Cuban, Benjamin Graham, Eliyahu M. Goldratt, Paul Gillin and many others.
The ‘Occupy’ movement has no real solutions, except more government, more spending, more regulation, more bureaucracy, more unsustainable lethargic pseudo-university with no return on investment, more more more of what got us into this hole.
Efficiency innovations provide return on investment in 12-18 months. Empowering innovations take 5-10 years to yield a return. We have ample capital – oceans of capital – that is being reinvested into efficiency innovation.
I look at my annual budgets for everything and anything, and I look to see where I can save the most money on those items. Saving 30% to 50% buying in bulk – replenishable items from toothpaste to soup, or whatever I use a lot of – is the best guaranteed return on investment you can get anywhere.
An investment operation is one which, upon thorough analysis, promises safety of principal and an adequate return.
So this is the goal: To make money by increasing net profit, while simultaneously increasing return on investment, and simultaneously increasing cash flow.
When you say ROI, do you mean return on investment or risk of inaction.
Reading is the best return on investment. You have to live your entire life in order to know one life. But with reading you can know 1000s of people’s lives for almost no cost. What a great return!
Everyone wants a conversation. They want inspiration. Inspire people with your website. DonвЂ™t just interrupt, but interact. Asking about Return on Investment is the wrong question today. You should be asking about Return on Involvement.
A recession doubles the necessity to be really focused on three or four tactics that can prove a return on investment.
I have run large organizations, I know what it takes to create a healthy business climate, and I have more experience than Jerry Brown doing that. So it’ll be a stark contrast, a career politician vs. someone who has met a payroll, gotten a return on investment, knows how to use technology to do more with less
For me, philanthropic return on investment is about making the biggest impact possible on fellow human beings, regardless of country, race or religion.
Some critics have challenged what the return on investment is for engagement in social media. Others have complained that the metrics don’t exist to demonstrate value.
I cannot tell you on a day to day basis that there’s a return on investment. I can tell you if you stick with it, absolutely in a few months things will start to change. It starts to change slowly. Things start to get a little easier. As the momentum builds it becomes bigger and bigger.
Twitter is like hugging. Just because it’s hard to measure the return on investment doesn’t mean there isn’t value there.
Isn’t it ironic that pay, perks, and benefits all cost your company at the bottom line, but authentic recognition, especially when it’s most unexpected, costs very little and gives the most impressive return on investment.
What matters in the new economy is not return on investment, but return on imagination
Economic research demonstrates that tax dollars spent in early childhood development provide extraordinary return on investment-16% for high quality programs
In order to access private capital, you have to provide competitive return on investment. In order to give competitive returns to investors, you’ve got to operate on a profitable basis and be thinking of yourself as a business.
The return on investment in global health is tremendous, and the biggest bang for the buck comes from vaccines. Vaccines are among the most successful and cost-effective health investments in history.
But a lot of businesses out there don’t see the return on investment, they look at it as a liability, and until they can understand that proactive security actually returns, gives them a return on investment, it’s still a hard sell for people.