Top 30 Quotes & Sayings by Cindy Gallop

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Cindy Gallop

Lucinda Lee Gallop is an English advertising consultant, founder and former chair of the US branch of advertising firm Bartle Bogle Hegarty, and founder of the IfWeRanTheWorld and MakeLoveNotPorn companies. According to the TED blog, Gallop's TEDTalk "Make Love Not Porn" was one of the "most talked about presentations" at the 2009 TED conference. She lives in New York City.

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Too many people, including the ad industry, believe the future is something that happens and just rolls them over in it's wake.
I design my start-up ventures around my own personal beliefs and values.
I had a high-flying career. Never wanted to get married. All I wanted to do was have some fun. — © Cindy Gallop
I had a high-flying career. Never wanted to get married. All I wanted to do was have some fun.
I've never felt any particular desire to be married.
If I ran the world, I would find a way to bring the wealth of human good intentions and corporate good intentions together - to activate them collectively into shared action against shared objectives that produces shared hard, tangible results.
When we launched If WeRanTheWorld, I said to my team, I want us to innovate in every aspect of how we design and operate this as a business venture, as much as the web platform itself - because I want us to design our own startup around the working lives that we would all like to live. Women and men alike.
I deplore the shying away that can go on, within women, from the term 'feminist.' I am, absolutely, all about being a feminist.
My personal cause and platform, if you like, is women's rights and women's issues.
Despite their good intentions, today's businesses are missing an opportunity to integrate social responsibility and day-to-day business objectives - to do good and make money simultaneously.
My background is advertising: I moved to New York from London in 1998 to start up the U.S. office of ad agency Bartle Bogle Hegarty.
I have a low tolerance for people who complain about things but never do anything to change them. This led me to conclude that the single largest pool of untapped natural resources in this world is human good intentions that are never translated into actions.
I realized I was an attractive older woman who never wanted to settle down.
I consider myself a rampant feminist.
I realized relatively early on that I had no desire to be a mother whatsoever. I actually love children, but specifically other people's.
There was no active, conscious decision-making point, just a gradual realization over time that I'm very happy minus children and marriage.
I like to describe myself as a proudly visible member of the most invisible segments of our society - older women.
Client companies and advertising agencies are old-world-order places. The systems and processes and structures come from a time when you shot the TV commercial, then you did the print ads, then you did everything else - including the website. Everything has changed, but the systems haven't.
I like to stand out and make a statement.
When I give talks like the one I'm going to give at the Changing Advertising Summit, one of the points I often make to the audience is that I'm not one of those speakers who stands in front of the audience and pontificates - everything I talk about I'm actually doing myself. I'm living it.
The single biggest lesson I learned was when a hire isn't working out fire them fast. My biggest mistakes, and where I've seen the worst results, were when I gave someone too many chances, or let a situation drift on for too long because I couldn't bring myself to terminate it.
Anyone who has worked with me knows that I am extremely action-oriented. I'm all about making things happen.
I love the unknown.
It took a woman to actually do something about the lack of women in creative departments. — © Cindy Gallop
It took a woman to actually do something about the lack of women in creative departments.
People love advertising in particular but they hate advertising in general.
The single largest pool of untapped resource in this world is human good intentions that never translate into action.
Women challenge the status quo because we are never it.
Vulnerability is a loaded word, and it can off-putting and terrifying to people. The best moment of my life (and by the way, this actually wasn’t a single moment) was when I realized that I no longer give a damn about what anybody thinks. What you'd talk about as vulnerability, I'd talk about as simply being true to yourself.
We have to move from making good advertising, to making advertising good.
Fear of what other people will think is the single most paralyzing dynamic in business and in life. The best moment of my lifewas the day I realized that I know longer give a damn what anybody thinks. That's enormously liberating and freeing, and it's the only way to live your life and do your business.
Out of discomfort comes greatness.
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