eBay Photo Gallery

Currently my photography is available on eBay at reasonable prices. Below they are all 8 1/2 x 10 inch Fine Art Prints available in a 11 x 14 inch Double Mats. Starting bid is $23 with a Buy It Now Price of $35.

The Meteor by Thom Zehrfeld

This is a old flatbed truck. It has seen better days. It sits on a farm in Oregon. Most of it is rusted out, cracked and ready to bite the dust. However, there is a charm about it that can’t be duplicated…that charm being an era that will never be again! It is a brand called “Meteor”! Mercury produced a “Meteor” but it sure doesn’t look like this! This capture was made using three different exposures and combining the results into a High Dynamic Range Photograph (HDR). Each print is encased in a heavy double mat with a protective sleeve. Link is: Meteor

Coquille River Lighthouse by Thom Zehrfeld

The original name of the Coquille River Lighthouse in Bandon, Oregon was the Bandon Light” and  commissioned in 1895. The lighthouse became active in 1896. The light helped boaters avoid dangerous sandbars in the Coquille River and led them safely into the harbor at Bandon. The light contained a fourth-order Fresnel lens. In 1936, a large fire swept through Bandon and destroyed much of the town. Bandon became bankrupt. There was a decline in shipping and, the lighthouse was shut down. It was replaced by an automated light on the south jetty. So basically, the Coquille River Lighthouse has not been an active lighthouse for decades! However, that doesn’t mean it never gets visited or photographed. The setting is magnificent!  The Coquille River Lighthouse is located in Bandon, Oregon! This capture was made using three different exposures and combining the results into a High Dynamic Range Photograph (HDR). Each print is encased in a heavy double mat with a protective sleeve. Link is: Coquille River Lighthouse

Japanese Maple by Thom Zehrfeld
 
The Japanese Gardens in Portland, Oregon is one of the most authentic Japanese-style gardens outside of Japan.  The Gardens that comprise some five and half acres signify what a garden was meant to evoke in pre-modern Japan.This image displayed here is one of the most photographed Japanese Maples in the world and, one of the most beautiful trees in the world! It was captured late Fall on a very rainy, overcast day in the Japanese Gardens. It is a magnificent place to visit should you ever decide to come to Portland, Oregon (PDX). This capture was made using three different exposures and combining the results into a High Dynamic Range Photograph (HDR). Each print is encased in a heavy double mat with a protective sleeve.Link is: Japanese Maple At The Japaneses Gardens

Humpty Dumpty Hot Air Balloon by Thom Zehrfeld

The Humpty Dumpty Hot Air Balloon was photographed at an annual hot air balloon festival in Tigard, Oregon. A gala three day event in late spring. Kids, adults just love to watch and ride in the colorful hot air balloons. The balloon is directly overhead and appears to be coming straight down on you! This capture was made using three different exposures and combining the results into a High Dynamic Range Photograph (HDR). Each print is encased in a heavy double mat with a protective sleeve.Link is: Humpty Dumpty Hot Air Balloon

The Pagoda by Thom Zehrfeld

This is the Pagoda at the Japanese Gardens in Portland, Oregon. One of the most authentic and largest Japanese gardens outside of Japan! The Pagoda is not far from the entrance to the Gardens. It actually covers up an ugly fire hydrant since the City of Portland insists that they have them in case of an emergency…which makes a lot of sense in case of a fire. The cover up is an excellent idea since a hydrant just sitting out in those beautiful gardens would be a distraction. This capture was made using three different exposures and combining the results into a High Dynamic Range Photograph (HDR). Each print is encased in a heavy double mat with a protective sleeve. Link is: The Pagoda

1938 Ford Convertible by Thom Zehrfeld

A classic 1938 Ford Convertible!  A patriotic scene…not staged with the American Flag, proudly displayed on this old vintage car. Closer inspection of the Ford will yield a car for parts and not one that has been restored. The car has been sitting in a field for awhile with the top down and, in a rainy location that is not good!  This capture was made using three different exposures and combining the results into a High Dynamic Range Photograph (HDR).Link is: 1938 Ford

All Rights Reserved My Oregon Photography Blog, Thom Zehrfeld, Copyrighted 2016-2017. Also, please see bottom of page for Product Disclosure and Privacy Disclosure! Thank You!

eBay Photo Gallery

Currently my photography is available on eBay at reasonable prices. Below they are all 8 1/2 x 10 inch Fine Art Prints available in a 11 x 14 inch Double Mats. Starting bid is $23 with a Buy It Now Price of $35.

The Meteor by Thom Zehrfeld

This is a old flatbed truck. It has seen better days. It sits on a farm in Oregon. Most of it is rusted out, cracked and ready to bite the dust. However, there is a charm about it that can’t be duplicated…that charm being an era that will never be again! It is a brand called “Meteor”! Mercury produced a “Meteor” but it sure doesn’t look like this! This capture was made using three different exposures and combining the results into a High Dynamic Range Photograph (HDR). Each print is encased in a heavy double mat with a protective sleeve. Link is: Meteor

Coquille River Lighthouse by Thom Zehrfeld

The original name of the Coquille River Lighthouse in Bandon, Oregon was the Bandon Light” and  commissioned in 1895. The lighthouse became active in 1896. The light helped boaters avoid dangerous sandbars in the Coquille River and led them safely into the harbor at Bandon. The light contained a fourth-order Fresnel lens. In 1936, a large fire swept through Bandon and destroyed much of the town. Bandon became bankrupt. There was a decline in shipping and, the lighthouse was shut down. It was replaced by an automated light on the south jetty. So basically, the Coquille River Lighthouse has not been an active lighthouse for decades! However, that doesn’t mean it never gets visited or photographed. The setting is magnificent!  The Coquille River Lighthouse is located in Bandon, Oregon! This capture was made using three different exposures and combining the results into a High Dynamic Range Photograph (HDR). Each print is encased in a heavy double mat with a protective sleeve. Link is: Coquille River Lighthouse

Japanese Maple by Thom Zehrfeld
 
The Japanese Gardens in Portland, Oregon is one of the most authentic Japanese-style gardens outside of Japan.  The Gardens that comprise some five and half acres signify what a garden was meant to evoke in pre-modern Japan.This image displayed here is one of the most photographed Japanese Maples in the world and, one of the most beautiful trees in the world! It was captured late Fall on a very rainy, overcast day in the Japanese Gardens. It is a magnificent place to visit should you ever decide to come to Portland, Oregon (PDX). This capture was made using three different exposures and combining the results into a High Dynamic Range Photograph (HDR). Each print is encased in a heavy double mat with a protective sleeve.Link is: Japanese Maple At The Japaneses Gardens

Humpty Dumpty Hot Air Balloon by Thom Zehrfeld

The Humpty Dumpty Hot Air Balloon was photographed at an annual hot air balloon festival in Tigard, Oregon. A gala three day event in late spring. Kids, adults just love to watch and ride in the colorful hot air balloons. The balloon is directly overhead and appears to be coming straight down on you! This capture was made using three different exposures and combining the results into a High Dynamic Range Photograph (HDR). Each print is encased in a heavy double mat with a protective sleeve.Link is: Humpty Dumpty Hot Air Balloon

The Pagoda by Thom Zehrfeld

This is the Pagoda at the Japanese Gardens in Portland, Oregon. One of the most authentic and largest Japanese gardens outside of Japan! The Pagoda is not far from the entrance to the Gardens. It actually covers up an ugly fire hydrant since the City of Portland insists that they have them in case of an emergency…which makes a lot of sense in case of a fire. The cover up is an excellent idea since a hydrant just sitting out in those beautiful gardens would be a distraction. This capture was made using three different exposures and combining the results into a High Dynamic Range Photograph (HDR). Each print is encased in a heavy double mat with a protective sleeve. Link is: The Pagoda

1938 Ford Convertible by Thom Zehrfeld

A classic 1938 Ford Convertible!  A patriotic scene…not staged with the American Flag, proudly displayed on this old vintage car. Closer inspection of the Ford will yield a car for parts and not one that has been restored. The car has been sitting in a field for awhile with the top down and, in a rainy location that is not good!  This capture was made using three different exposures and combining the results into a High Dynamic Range Photograph (HDR).Link is: 1938 Ford

All Rights Reserved My Oregon Photography Blog, Thom Zehrfeld, Copyrighted 2016-2017. Also, please see bottom of page for Product Disclosure and Privacy Disclosure! Thank You!

eBay Photo Gallery

Currently my photography is available on eBay at reasonable prices. Below they are all 8 1/2 x 10 inch Fine Art Prints available in a 11 x 14 inch Double Mats. Starting bid is $23 with a Buy It Now Price of $35.

The Meteor by Thom Zehrfeld

This is a old flatbed truck. It has seen better days. It sits on a farm in Oregon. Most of it is rusted out, cracked and ready to bite the dust. However, there is a charm about it that can’t be duplicated…that charm being an era that will never be again! It is a brand called “Meteor”! Mercury produced a “Meteor” but it sure doesn’t look like this! This capture was made using three different exposures and combining the results into a High Dynamic Range Photograph (HDR). Each print is encased in a heavy double mat with a protective sleeve. Link is: Meteor

Coquille River Lighthouse by Thom Zehrfeld

The original name of the Coquille River Lighthouse in Bandon, Oregon was the Bandon Light” and  commissioned in 1895. The lighthouse became active in 1896. The light helped boaters avoid dangerous sandbars in the Coquille River and led them safely into the harbor at Bandon. The light contained a fourth-order Fresnel lens. In 1936, a large fire swept through Bandon and destroyed much of the town. Bandon became bankrupt. There was a decline in shipping and, the lighthouse was shut down. It was replaced by an automated light on the south jetty. So basically, the Coquille River Lighthouse has not been an active lighthouse for decades! However, that doesn’t mean it never gets visited or photographed. The setting is magnificent!  The Coquille River Lighthouse is located in Bandon, Oregon! This capture was made using three different exposures and combining the results into a High Dynamic Range Photograph (HDR). Each print is encased in a heavy double mat with a protective sleeve. Link is: Coquille River Lighthouse

Japanese Maple by Thom Zehrfeld
 
The Japanese Gardens in Portland, Oregon is one of the most authentic Japanese-style gardens outside of Japan.  The Gardens that comprise some five and half acres signify what a garden was meant to evoke in pre-modern Japan.This image displayed here is one of the most photographed Japanese Maples in the world and, one of the most beautiful trees in the world! It was captured late Fall on a very rainy, overcast day in the Japanese Gardens. It is a magnificent place to visit should you ever decide to come to Portland, Oregon (PDX). This capture was made using three different exposures and combining the results into a High Dynamic Range Photograph (HDR). Each print is encased in a heavy double mat with a protective sleeve.Link is: Japanese Maple At The Japaneses Gardens

Humpty Dumpty Hot Air Balloon by Thom Zehrfeld

The Humpty Dumpty Hot Air Balloon was photographed at an annual hot air balloon festival in Tigard, Oregon. A gala three day event in late spring. Kids, adults just love to watch and ride in the colorful hot air balloons. The balloon is directly overhead and appears to be coming straight down on you! This capture was made using three different exposures and combining the results into a High Dynamic Range Photograph (HDR). Each print is encased in a heavy double mat with a protective sleeve.Link is: Humpty Dumpty Hot Air Balloon

The Pagoda by Thom Zehrfeld

This is the Pagoda at the Japanese Gardens in Portland, Oregon. One of the most authentic and largest Japanese gardens outside of Japan! The Pagoda is not far from the entrance to the Gardens. It actually covers up an ugly fire hydrant since the City of Portland insists that they have them in case of an emergency…which makes a lot of sense in case of a fire. The cover up is an excellent idea since a hydrant just sitting out in those beautiful gardens would be a distraction. This capture was made using three different exposures and combining the results into a High Dynamic Range Photograph (HDR). Each print is encased in a heavy double mat with a protective sleeve. Link is: The Pagoda

1938 Ford Convertible by Thom Zehrfeld

A classic 1938 Ford Convertible!  A patriotic scene…not staged with the American Flag, proudly displayed on this old vintage car. Closer inspection of the Ford will yield a car for parts and not one that has been restored. The car has been sitting in a field for awhile with the top down and, in a rainy location that is not good!  This capture was made using three different exposures and combining the results into a High Dynamic Range Photograph (HDR).Link is: 1938 Ford

All Rights Reserved My Oregon Photography Blog, Thom Zehrfeld, Copyrighted 2016-2017. Also, please see bottom of page for Product Disclosure and Privacy Disclosure! Thank You!

eBay Photo Gallery

Currently my photography is available on eBay at reasonable prices. Below they are all 8 1/2 x 10 inch Fine Art Prints available in a 11 x 14 inch Double Mats. Starting bid is $23 with a Buy It Now Price of $35.

The Meteor by Thom Zehrfeld

This is a old flatbed truck. It has seen better days. It sits on a farm in Oregon. Most of it is rusted out, cracked and ready to bite the dust. However, there is a charm about it that can’t be duplicated…that charm being an era that will never be again! It is a brand called “Meteor”! Mercury produced a “Meteor” but it sure doesn’t look like this! This capture was made using three different exposures and combining the results into a High Dynamic Range Photograph (HDR). Each print is encased in a heavy double mat with a protective sleeve. Link is: Meteor

Coquille River Lighthouse by Thom Zehrfeld

The original name of the Coquille River Lighthouse in Bandon, Oregon was the Bandon Light” and  commissioned in 1895. The lighthouse became active in 1896. The light helped boaters avoid dangerous sandbars in the Coquille River and led them safely into the harbor at Bandon. The light contained a fourth-order Fresnel lens. In 1936, a large fire swept through Bandon and destroyed much of the town. Bandon became bankrupt. There was a decline in shipping and, the lighthouse was shut down. It was replaced by an automated light on the south jetty. So basically, the Coquille River Lighthouse has not been an active lighthouse for decades! However, that doesn’t mean it never gets visited or photographed. The setting is magnificent!  The Coquille River Lighthouse is located in Bandon, Oregon! This capture was made using three different exposures and combining the results into a High Dynamic Range Photograph (HDR). Each print is encased in a heavy double mat with a protective sleeve. Link is: Coquille River Lighthouse

Japanese Maple by Thom Zehrfeld
 
The Japanese Gardens in Portland, Oregon is one of the most authentic Japanese-style gardens outside of Japan.  The Gardens that comprise some five and half acres signify what a garden was meant to evoke in pre-modern Japan.This image displayed here is one of the most photographed Japanese Maples in the world and, one of the most beautiful trees in the world! It was captured late Fall on a very rainy, overcast day in the Japanese Gardens. It is a magnificent place to visit should you ever decide to come to Portland, Oregon (PDX). This capture was made using three different exposures and combining the results into a High Dynamic Range Photograph (HDR). Each print is encased in a heavy double mat with a protective sleeve.Link is: Japanese Maple At The Japaneses Gardens

Humpty Dumpty Hot Air Balloon by Thom Zehrfeld

The Humpty Dumpty Hot Air Balloon was photographed at an annual hot air balloon festival in Tigard, Oregon. A gala three day event in late spring. Kids, adults just love to watch and ride in the colorful hot air balloons. The balloon is directly overhead and appears to be coming straight down on you! This capture was made using three different exposures and combining the results into a High Dynamic Range Photograph (HDR). Each print is encased in a heavy double mat with a protective sleeve.Link is: Humpty Dumpty Hot Air Balloon

The Pagoda by Thom Zehrfeld

This is the Pagoda at the Japanese Gardens in Portland, Oregon. One of the most authentic and largest Japanese gardens outside of Japan! The Pagoda is not far from the entrance to the Gardens. It actually covers up an ugly fire hydrant since the City of Portland insists that they have them in case of an emergency…which makes a lot of sense in case of a fire. The cover up is an excellent idea since a hydrant just sitting out in those beautiful gardens would be a distraction. This capture was made using three different exposures and combining the results into a High Dynamic Range Photograph (HDR). Each print is encased in a heavy double mat with a protective sleeve. Link is: The Pagoda

1938 Ford Convertible by Thom Zehrfeld

A classic 1938 Ford Convertible!  A patriotic scene…not staged with the American Flag, proudly displayed on this old vintage car. Closer inspection of the Ford will yield a car for parts and not one that has been restored. The car has been sitting in a field for awhile with the top down and, in a rainy location that is not good!  This capture was made using three different exposures and combining the results into a High Dynamic Range Photograph (HDR).Link is: 1938 Ford

All Rights Reserved My Oregon Photography Blog, Thom Zehrfeld, Copyrighted 2016-2017. Also, please see bottom of page for Product Disclosure and Privacy Disclosure! Thank You!

eBay Photo Gallery

Currently my photography is available on eBay at reasonable prices. Below they are all 8 1/2 x 10 inch Fine Art Prints available in a 11 x 14 inch Double Mats. Starting bid is $23 with a Buy It Now Price of $35.

The Meteor by Thom Zehrfeld

This is a old flatbed truck. It has seen better days. It sits on a farm in Oregon. Most of it is rusted out, cracked and ready to bite the dust. However, there is a charm about it that can’t be duplicated…that charm being an era that will never be again! It is a brand called “Meteor”! Mercury produced a “Meteor” but it sure doesn’t look like this! This capture was made using three different exposures and combining the results into a High Dynamic Range Photograph (HDR). Each print is encased in a heavy double mat with a protective sleeve. Link is: Meteor

Coquille River Lighthouse by Thom Zehrfeld

The original name of the Coquille River Lighthouse in Bandon, Oregon was the Bandon Light” and  commissioned in 1895. The lighthouse became active in 1896. The light helped boaters avoid dangerous sandbars in the Coquille River and led them safely into the harbor at Bandon. The light contained a fourth-order Fresnel lens. In 1936, a large fire swept through Bandon and destroyed much of the town. Bandon became bankrupt. There was a decline in shipping and, the lighthouse was shut down. It was replaced by an automated light on the south jetty. So basically, the Coquille River Lighthouse has not been an active lighthouse for decades! However, that doesn’t mean it never gets visited or photographed. The setting is magnificent!  The Coquille River Lighthouse is located in Bandon, Oregon! This capture was made using three different exposures and combining the results into a High Dynamic Range Photograph (HDR). Each print is encased in a heavy double mat with a protective sleeve. Link is: Coquille River Lighthouse

Japanese Maple by Thom Zehrfeld
 
The Japanese Gardens in Portland, Oregon is one of the most authentic Japanese-style gardens outside of Japan.  The Gardens that comprise some five and half acres signify what a garden was meant to evoke in pre-modern Japan.This image displayed here is one of the most photographed Japanese Maples in the world and, one of the most beautiful trees in the world! It was captured late Fall on a very rainy, overcast day in the Japanese Gardens. It is a magnificent place to visit should you ever decide to come to Portland, Oregon (PDX). This capture was made using three different exposures and combining the results into a High Dynamic Range Photograph (HDR). Each print is encased in a heavy double mat with a protective sleeve.Link is: Japanese Maple At The Japaneses Gardens

Humpty Dumpty Hot Air Balloon by Thom Zehrfeld

The Humpty Dumpty Hot Air Balloon was photographed at an annual hot air balloon festival in Tigard, Oregon. A gala three day event in late spring. Kids, adults just love to watch and ride in the colorful hot air balloons. The balloon is directly overhead and appears to be coming straight down on you! This capture was made using three different exposures and combining the results into a High Dynamic Range Photograph (HDR). Each print is encased in a heavy double mat with a protective sleeve.Link is: Humpty Dumpty Hot Air Balloon

The Pagoda by Thom Zehrfeld

This is the Pagoda at the Japanese Gardens in Portland, Oregon. One of the most authentic and largest Japanese gardens outside of Japan! The Pagoda is not far from the entrance to the Gardens. It actually covers up an ugly fire hydrant since the City of Portland insists that they have them in case of an emergency…which makes a lot of sense in case of a fire. The cover up is an excellent idea since a hydrant just sitting out in those beautiful gardens would be a distraction. This capture was made using three different exposures and combining the results into a High Dynamic Range Photograph (HDR). Each print is encased in a heavy double mat with a protective sleeve. Link is: The Pagoda

1938 Ford Convertible by Thom Zehrfeld

A classic 1938 Ford Convertible!  A patriotic scene…not staged with the American Flag, proudly displayed on this old vintage car. Closer inspection of the Ford will yield a car for parts and not one that has been restored. The car has been sitting in a field for awhile with the top down and, in a rainy location that is not good!  This capture was made using three different exposures and combining the results into a High Dynamic Range Photograph (HDR).Link is: 1938 Ford

All Rights Reserved My Oregon Photography Blog, Thom Zehrfeld, Copyrighted 2016-2017. Also, please see bottom of page for Product Disclosure and Privacy Disclosure! Thank You!

eBay Photo Gallery

Currently my photography is available on eBay at reasonable prices. Below they are all 8 1/2 x 10 inch Fine Art Prints available in a 11 x 14 inch Double Mats. Starting bid is $23 with a Buy It Now Price of $35.

The Meteor by Thom Zehrfeld

This is a old flatbed truck. It has seen better days. It sits on a farm in Oregon. Most of it is rusted out, cracked and ready to bite the dust. However, there is a charm about it that can’t be duplicated…that charm being an era that will never be again! It is a brand called “Meteor”! Mercury produced a “Meteor” but it sure doesn’t look like this! This capture was made using three different exposures and combining the results into a High Dynamic Range Photograph (HDR). Each print is encased in a heavy double mat with a protective sleeve. Link is: Meteor

Coquille River Lighthouse by Thom Zehrfeld

The original name of the Coquille River Lighthouse in Bandon, Oregon was the Bandon Light” and  commissioned in 1895. The lighthouse became active in 1896. The light helped boaters avoid dangerous sandbars in the Coquille River and led them safely into the harbor at Bandon. The light contained a fourth-order Fresnel lens. In 1936, a large fire swept through Bandon and destroyed much of the town. Bandon became bankrupt. There was a decline in shipping and, the lighthouse was shut down. It was replaced by an automated light on the south jetty. So basically, the Coquille River Lighthouse has not been an active lighthouse for decades! However, that doesn’t mean it never gets visited or photographed. The setting is magnificent!  The Coquille River Lighthouse is located in Bandon, Oregon! This capture was made using three different exposures and combining the results into a High Dynamic Range Photograph (HDR). Each print is encased in a heavy double mat with a protective sleeve. Link is: Coquille River Lighthouse

Japanese Maple by Thom Zehrfeld
 
The Japanese Gardens in Portland, Oregon is one of the most authentic Japanese-style gardens outside of Japan.  The Gardens that comprise some five and half acres signify what a garden was meant to evoke in pre-modern Japan.This image displayed here is one of the most photographed Japanese Maples in the world and, one of the most beautiful trees in the world! It was captured late Fall on a very rainy, overcast day in the Japanese Gardens. It is a magnificent place to visit should you ever decide to come to Portland, Oregon (PDX). This capture was made using three different exposures and combining the results into a High Dynamic Range Photograph (HDR). Each print is encased in a heavy double mat with a protective sleeve.Link is: Japanese Maple At The Japaneses Gardens

Humpty Dumpty Hot Air Balloon by Thom Zehrfeld

The Humpty Dumpty Hot Air Balloon was photographed at an annual hot air balloon festival in Tigard, Oregon. A gala three day event in late spring. Kids, adults just love to watch and ride in the colorful hot air balloons. The balloon is directly overhead and appears to be coming straight down on you! This capture was made using three different exposures and combining the results into a High Dynamic Range Photograph (HDR). Each print is encased in a heavy double mat with a protective sleeve.Link is: Humpty Dumpty Hot Air Balloon

The Pagoda by Thom Zehrfeld

This is the Pagoda at the Japanese Gardens in Portland, Oregon. One of the most authentic and largest Japanese gardens outside of Japan! The Pagoda is not far from the entrance to the Gardens. It actually covers up an ugly fire hydrant since the City of Portland insists that they have them in case of an emergency…which makes a lot of sense in case of a fire. The cover up is an excellent idea since a hydrant just sitting out in those beautiful gardens would be a distraction. This capture was made using three different exposures and combining the results into a High Dynamic Range Photograph (HDR). Each print is encased in a heavy double mat with a protective sleeve. Link is: The Pagoda

1938 Ford Convertible by Thom Zehrfeld

A classic 1938 Ford Convertible!  A patriotic scene…not staged with the American Flag, proudly displayed on this old vintage car. Closer inspection of the Ford will yield a car for parts and not one that has been restored. The car has been sitting in a field for awhile with the top down and, in a rainy location that is not good!  This capture was made using three different exposures and combining the results into a High Dynamic Range Photograph (HDR).Link is: 1938 Ford

All Rights Reserved My Oregon Photography Blog, Thom Zehrfeld, Copyrighted 2016-2017. Also, please see bottom of page for Product Disclosure and Privacy Disclosure! Thank You!

Becoming an Entrepreneur: 37 Quotes About Getting Started

What’s the difference between entrepreneurs and “wantrepreneurs”? Entrepreneurs actually get started. Yes, success and failure are not the metrics by which entrepreneurs are measured. Rather, it is whether or not they actually set out to build an impactful company that defines their entrepreneurial qualities.

If you’re someone who wants to start a company but doesn’t know how to start, the best thing for you to do is to just start.

Still not ready to begin?

Then maybe hearing this advice from some of history’s greatest thinkers, innovators, and artists will motivate you to start your entrepreneurial journey.

  1. “Only put off until tomorrow what you are willing to die having left undone.” – Pablo Picasso

  2. “Don’t worry about failures, worry about the chances you miss when you don’t even try.” – Jack Canfield

  3. “You can’t plan for everything or you never get started in the first place.” – Jim Butcher

  4. “Believe you can and you’re halfway there.” – Theodore Roosevelt

  5. “Start before you’re ready.” – Steven Pressfield

  6. “A year from now you may wish you had started today.” – Karen Lamb

  7. “Too many of us are not living our dreams because we are living our fears.” – Les Brown

  8. “Go to the edge of the cliff and jump off. Build your wings on the way down.” – Ray Bradbury

  9. “You don’t have to be good to start … you just have to start to be good!” – Joe Sabah

  10. “If you can dream it, you can do it.” – Walt Disney

  11. “Do not follow where the path may lead. Go instead where there is no path and leave a trail.” – Ralph Waldo Emerson

  12. “You may be disappointed if you fail, but you are doomed if you don’t try.” – Beverly Sills

  13. “You can’t build a reputation on what you are going to do.” – Henry Ford

  14. “The way to get started is to quit talking and begin doing.” – Walt Disney

  15. “The hardest thing about getting started, is getting started.” – Guy Kawasaki

  16. “The secret of getting ahead is getting started.” – Mark Twain

  17. “You can’t wait for inspiration. You have to go after it with a club.” – Jack London

  18. “The greatest amount of wasted time is the time not getting started.” – Dawson Trotman

  19. “Build your own dreams, or someone else will hire you to build theirs.” – Farrah Gray

  20. “Whether you think you can or you think you can’t, you’re right.” – Henry Ford

  21. “If you have a dream, you can spend a lifetime studying, planning, and getting ready for it. What you should be doing is getting started.” – Drew Houston

  22. “The only person you are destined to become is the person you decide to be.” – Ralph Waldo Emerson

  23. “Shoot for the moon. Even if you miss, you’ll land among the stars.” – Les Brown

  24. “Twenty years from now you will be more disappointed by the things that you didn’t do than by the ones you did do.” – Mark Twain

  25. “A journey of a thousand miles must begin with a single step.” – Lao Tsu

  26. “It’s time to start living the life you’ve imagined.” – Henry James

  27. “The beginning is always NOW.” – Roy Bennett

  28. “It is never too late to be what you might have been.” – George Eliot

  29. “All our dreams can come true – if we have the courage to pursue them.” – Walt Disney

  30. “The only thing that stands between you and grand success in living are these two things: getting started and never quitting!” – Robert H. Schuller

  31. “What is not started today is never finished tomorrow.” – Johann Wolfgang von Goethe

  32. “The greatest time wasted, is the time getting started.” – Dawson Trotman

  33. “The vision must be followed by the venture. It is not enough to stare up the steps – we must step up the stairs.” – Vance Havner

  34. “The secret of getting ahead is getting started.” – Sally Berger

  35. “He has half the deed done who has made a beginning.” – Horace

  36. “The distance is nothing; it’s only the first step that is difficult.” – Marquise du Deffand

  37. “We cannot do everything at once, but we can do something at once.” – Calvin Coolidge

This should (hopefully) be enough incentive to get you started on your dream company, which means that now is the time to roll up your sleeves and crack your knuckles, and get out there and change the world already!

Afterall, what’s there to stop you?

 

(Elegant businesswoman on road standing with back and looking ahead image by Shutterstock)

Becoming an Entrepreneur: 37 Quotes About Getting Started

What’s the difference between entrepreneurs and “wantrepreneurs”? Entrepreneurs actually get started. Yes, success and failure are not the metrics by which entrepreneurs are measured. Rather, it is whether or not they actually set out to build an impactful company that defines their entrepreneurial qualities.

If you’re someone who wants to start a company but doesn’t know how to start, the best thing for you to do is to just start.

Still not ready to begin?

Then maybe hearing this advice from some of history’s greatest thinkers, innovators, and artists will motivate you to start your entrepreneurial journey.

  1. “Only put off until tomorrow what you are willing to die having left undone.” – Pablo Picasso

  2. “Don’t worry about failures, worry about the chances you miss when you don’t even try.” – Jack Canfield

  3. “You can’t plan for everything or you never get started in the first place.” – Jim Butcher

  4. “Believe you can and you’re halfway there.” – Theodore Roosevelt

  5. “Start before you’re ready.” – Steven Pressfield

  6. “A year from now you may wish you had started today.” – Karen Lamb

  7. “Too many of us are not living our dreams because we are living our fears.” – Les Brown

  8. “Go to the edge of the cliff and jump off. Build your wings on the way down.” – Ray Bradbury

  9. “You don’t have to be good to start … you just have to start to be good!” – Joe Sabah

  10. “If you can dream it, you can do it.” – Walt Disney

  11. “Do not follow where the path may lead. Go instead where there is no path and leave a trail.” – Ralph Waldo Emerson

  12. “You may be disappointed if you fail, but you are doomed if you don’t try.” – Beverly Sills

  13. “You can’t build a reputation on what you are going to do.” – Henry Ford

  14. “The way to get started is to quit talking and begin doing.” – Walt Disney

  15. “The hardest thing about getting started, is getting started.” – Guy Kawasaki

  16. “The secret of getting ahead is getting started.” – Mark Twain

  17. “You can’t wait for inspiration. You have to go after it with a club.” – Jack London

  18. “The greatest amount of wasted time is the time not getting started.” – Dawson Trotman

  19. “Build your own dreams, or someone else will hire you to build theirs.” – Farrah Gray

  20. “Whether you think you can or you think you can’t, you’re right.” – Henry Ford

  21. “If you have a dream, you can spend a lifetime studying, planning, and getting ready for it. What you should be doing is getting started.” – Drew Houston

  22. “The only person you are destined to become is the person you decide to be.” – Ralph Waldo Emerson

  23. “Shoot for the moon. Even if you miss, you’ll land among the stars.” – Les Brown

  24. “Twenty years from now you will be more disappointed by the things that you didn’t do than by the ones you did do.” – Mark Twain

  25. “A journey of a thousand miles must begin with a single step.” – Lao Tsu

  26. “It’s time to start living the life you’ve imagined.” – Henry James

  27. “The beginning is always NOW.” – Roy Bennett

  28. “It is never too late to be what you might have been.” – George Eliot

  29. “All our dreams can come true – if we have the courage to pursue them.” – Walt Disney

  30. “The only thing that stands between you and grand success in living are these two things: getting started and never quitting!” – Robert H. Schuller

  31. “What is not started today is never finished tomorrow.” – Johann Wolfgang von Goethe

  32. “The greatest time wasted, is the time getting started.” – Dawson Trotman

  33. “The vision must be followed by the venture. It is not enough to stare up the steps – we must step up the stairs.” – Vance Havner

  34. “The secret of getting ahead is getting started.” – Sally Berger

  35. “He has half the deed done who has made a beginning.” – Horace

  36. “The distance is nothing; it’s only the first step that is difficult.” – Marquise du Deffand

  37. “We cannot do everything at once, but we can do something at once.” – Calvin Coolidge

This should (hopefully) be enough incentive to get you started on your dream company, which means that now is the time to roll up your sleeves and crack your knuckles, and get out there and change the world already!

Afterall, what’s there to stop you?

 

(Elegant businesswoman on road standing with back and looking ahead image by Shutterstock)

Becoming an Entrepreneur: 37 Quotes on Getting Started

What’s the difference between entrepreneurs and “wantrepreneurs”? Entrepreneurs actually get started. Yes, success and failure are not the metrics by which entrepreneurs are measured. Rather, it is whether or not they actually set out to build an impactful company that defines their entrepreneurial qualities.

If you’re someone who wants to start a company but doesn’t know how to start, the best thing for you to do is to just start.

Still not ready to start?

Then maybe hearing this advice from some of history’s greatest thinkers, innovators, and artists will motivate you to begin your entrepreneurial journey.

  1. “Only put off until tomorrow what you are willing to die having left undone.” – Pablo Picasso

  2. “Don’t worry about failures, worry about the chances you miss when you don’t even try.” – Jack Canfield

  3. “You can’t plan for everything or you never get started in the first place.” – Jim Butcher

  4. “Believe you can and you’re halfway there.” – Theodore Roosevelt

  5. “Start before you’re ready.” – Steven Pressfield

  6. “A year from now you may wish you had started today.” – Karen Lamb

  7. “Too many of us are not living our dreams because we are living our fears.” – Les Brown

  8. “Go to the edge of the cliff and jump off. Build your wings on the way down.” – Ray Bradbury

  9. “You don’t have to be good to start … you just have to start to be good!” – Joe Sabah

  10. “If you can dream it, you can do it.” – Walt Disney

  11. “Do not follow where the path may lead. Go instead where there is no path and leave a trail.” – Ralph Waldo Emerson

  12. “You may be disappointed if you fail, but you are doomed if you don’t try.” – Beverly Sills

  13. “You can’t build a reputation on what you are going to do.” – Henry Ford

  14. “The way to get started is to quit talking and begin doing.” – Walt Disney

  15. “The hardest thing about getting started, is getting started.” – Guy Kawasaki

  16. “The secret of getting ahead is getting started.” – Mark Twain

  17. “You can’t wait for inspiration. You have to go after it with a club.” – Jack London

  18. “The greatest amount of wasted time is the time not getting started.” – Dawson Trotman

  19. “Build your own dreams, or someone else will hire you to build theirs.” – Farrah Gray

  20. “Whether you think you can or you think you can’t, you’re right.” – Henry Ford

  21. “If you have a dream, you can spend a lifetime studying, planning, and getting ready for it. What you should be doing is getting started.” – Drew Houston

  22. “The only person you are destined to become is the person you decide to be.” – Ralph Waldo Emerson

  23. “Shoot for the moon. Even if you miss, you’ll land among the stars.” – Les Brown

  24. “Twenty years from now you will be more disappointed by the things that you didn’t do than by the ones you did do.” – Mark Twain

  25. “A journey of a thousand miles must begin with a single step.” – Lao Tsu

  26. “It’s time to start living the life you’ve imagined.” – Henry James

  27. “The beginning is always NOW.” – Roy Bennett

  28. “It is never too late to be what you might have been.” – George Eliot

  29. “All our dreams can come true – if we have the courage to pursue them.” – Walt Disney

  30. “The only thing that stands between you and grand success in living are these two things: getting started and never quitting!” – Robert H. Schuller

  31. “What is not started today is never finished tomorrow.” – Johann Wolfgang von Goethe

  32. “The greatest time wasted, is the time getting started.” – Dawson Trotman

  33. “The vision must be followed by the venture. It is not enough to stare up the steps – we must step up the stairs.” – Vance Havner

  34. “The secret of getting ahead is getting started.” – Sally Berger

  35. “He has half the deed done who has made a beginning.” – Horace

  36. “The distance is nothing; it’s only the first step that is difficult.” – Marquise du Deffand

  37. “We cannot do everything at once, but we can do something at once.” – Calvin Coolidge

This should (hopefully) be enough incentive to get you started on your dream company, which means that now is the time to roll up your sleeves and crack your knuckles, and get out there and change the world already!

Afterall, what’s there to stop you?

 

(Elegant businesswoman on road standing with back and looking ahead image by Shutterstock)

Becoming an Entrepreneur: 37 Quotes About Getting Started

What’s the difference between entrepreneurs and “wantrepreneurs”? Entrepreneurs actually get started. Yes, success and failure are not the metrics by which entrepreneurs are measured. Rather, it is whether or not they actually set out to build an impactful company that defines their entrepreneurial qualities.

If you’re someone who wants to start a company but doesn’t know how to start, the best thing for you to do is to just start.

Still not ready to begin?

Then maybe hearing this advice from some of history’s greatest thinkers, innovators, and artists will motivate you to start your entrepreneurial journey.

  1. “Only put off until tomorrow what you are willing to die having left undone.” – Pablo Picasso

  2. “Don’t worry about failures, worry about the chances you miss when you don’t even try.” – Jack Canfield

  3. “You can’t plan for everything or you never get started in the first place.” – Jim Butcher

  4. “Believe you can and you’re halfway there.” – Theodore Roosevelt

  5. “Start before you’re ready.” – Steven Pressfield

  6. “A year from now you may wish you had started today.” – Karen Lamb

  7. “Too many of us are not living our dreams because we are living our fears.” – Les Brown

  8. “Go to the edge of the cliff and jump off. Build your wings on the way down.” – Ray Bradbury

  9. “You don’t have to be good to start … you just have to start to be good!” – Joe Sabah

  10. “If you can dream it, you can do it.” – Walt Disney

  11. “Do not follow where the path may lead. Go instead where there is no path and leave a trail.” – Ralph Waldo Emerson

  12. “You may be disappointed if you fail, but you are doomed if you don’t try.” – Beverly Sills

  13. “You can’t build a reputation on what you are going to do.” – Henry Ford

  14. “The way to get started is to quit talking and begin doing.” – Walt Disney

  15. “The hardest thing about getting started, is getting started.” – Guy Kawasaki

  16. “The secret of getting ahead is getting started.” – Mark Twain

  17. “You can’t wait for inspiration. You have to go after it with a club.” – Jack London

  18. “The greatest amount of wasted time is the time not getting started.” – Dawson Trotman

  19. “Build your own dreams, or someone else will hire you to build theirs.” – Farrah Gray

  20. “Whether you think you can or you think you can’t, you’re right.” – Henry Ford

  21. “If you have a dream, you can spend a lifetime studying, planning, and getting ready for it. What you should be doing is getting started.” – Drew Houston

  22. “The only person you are destined to become is the person you decide to be.” – Ralph Waldo Emerson

  23. “Shoot for the moon. Even if you miss, you’ll land among the stars.” – Les Brown

  24. “Twenty years from now you will be more disappointed by the things that you didn’t do than by the ones you did do.” – Mark Twain

  25. “A journey of a thousand miles must begin with a single step.” – Lao Tsu

  26. “It’s time to start living the life you’ve imagined.” – Henry James

  27. “The beginning is always NOW.” – Roy Bennett

  28. “It is never too late to be what you might have been.” – George Eliot

  29. “All our dreams can come true – if we have the courage to pursue them.” – Walt Disney

  30. “The only thing that stands between you and grand success in living are these two things: getting started and never quitting!” – Robert H. Schuller

  31. “What is not started today is never finished tomorrow.” – Johann Wolfgang von Goethe

  32. “The greatest time wasted, is the time getting started.” – Dawson Trotman

  33. “The vision must be followed by the venture. It is not enough to stare up the steps – we must step up the stairs.” – Vance Havner

  34. “The secret of getting ahead is getting started.” – Sally Berger

  35. “He has half the deed done who has made a beginning.” – Horace

  36. “The distance is nothing; it’s only the first step that is difficult.” – Marquise du Deffand

  37. “We cannot do everything at once, but we can do something at once.” – Calvin Coolidge

This should (hopefully) be enough incentive to get you started on your dream company, which means that now is the time to roll up your sleeves and crack your knuckles, and get out there and change the world already!

Afterall, what’s there to stop you?

 

(Elegant businesswoman on road standing with back and looking ahead image by Shutterstock)