Quotes by Ivanka Trump

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In both business and personal life, I've always found that travel inspires me more than anything else I do. Evidence of the languages, cultures, scenery, food, and design sensibilities that I discover all over the world can be found in every piece of my jewelry. more...

Real estate is my life. It is my day job, if you will. But it consumes my nights and weekends, too. more...

I obviously have a great love and appreciation of jewelry, thanks to my mother, much to the dismay of both my father and my boyfriends. more...

Everything about mediocrity kills me. more...

If people think they can elicit from me whatever terms they want, they are mistaken. more...

If people think I'm just the boss's daughter, they're deceived. more...

I generally wake up, exercise and read through a huge amount of newspapers. I get to the office somewhere between 7:30 and 8:00 - my brothers and I are always the first ones in. more...

I like very strong guys. Successful guys. Not necessarily financially. more...

I'm not a clone, and I'm not a minion. more...

There are enough stories about my family. We have all been in the public eye. more...

Honestly, I have a tendency to date dorks. Which means that a lot of times, I date guys that no one else would deem to be a hunk. more...

I think my mom threatened to put me up for adoption a few times. more...

Modeling was not an endgame for me. I didn't particularly enjoy the act of it. more...

The country's top chefs, designers, media personalities and businesses are part of this dynamic city. We know that Chicagoans are used to the highest standards. more...

I always envisioned myself having a traditional and elegant wedding. more...

I hate having people sit in on meetings. more...

He is extremely loyal to his friends, but he is tougher than anyone if he feels betrayed. more...

A scale is only in balance for a brief second. Inevitably the pendulum swings. It's impossible to maintain. more...

In both business and personal life, I've always found that travel inspires me more than anything else I do. more...

I try not to be too hard on myself. My husband reminds me that life is a marathon, not a sprint. more...

I've never had a sense of entitlement. I saw how hard my father worked for his money, and it was always made very clear to me that things wouldn't just be given to me. more...

I've never lived in a building without my name on it. more...

Success isn't something that happens to you; you happen to it. more...

I make money because I have to pay for everything apart from my school fees. My mother even makes me pay my own telephone bill. more...

It's important to get in the habit of growing as a human being, developing and refining leadership and management skills and entrepreneurial instincts and changing to accommodate the times. more...

Truly saddened by the loss of one of the greatest fashion icons of all time. Oscar de la Renta will be greatly missed. more...

New media is ... an amazing form of direct marketing in that you really get a sense of who your customer is, and you also get to know those people who may not be your customers yet but are aspirational and are hoping to be. more...

Work is changing for men as much as it is for women. more...

It's very hard to be great at what you do if you aren't deeply passionate, more...

Success is' something that happens to you; you happen to it. more...

I don't plan to take a formal, cold approach with my children, but I expect a lot. I don't want my children to view me as their best friend. I want to be their mom. more...

People underestimate me, and that's fine. I prefer to go into negotiations being underestimated. more...

My mom grew up in the Soviet Bloc, and she was a Tiger Mom. We didn't get away with much. more...

My father represents a very interesting challenge to the Republican party. I think this is taking people by surprise. (But) I think that's why he's so welcomed by the American voters, because they want somebody who says what they are thinking. more...

Well, my mom was an Olympian, so we have some good genes on that front. more...

I'd love to have three or four kids. But my mom always says: "Speak to me after you have your first". more...

I was in total shock. I work so close (to home) that I figured I'd return to work and the baby nurse would bring the baby to me, and I'd run home periodically, and I'd make it work. But every two hours? That's a whole other level. I'll have to make a nursery at the office. more...

America is the largest corporation on the planet. You wouldn't hire a novice to run a similarly sized company in the private markets. My father has created more jobs through his private businesses than certainly any of the candidates. Mitt Romney has executive experience, but it's a different type. He didn't run entrepreneurial businesses. more...

I don't own a blowdryer - I don't know how to use it. Most mornings, I walk to work with my hair wet. more...

Having children has made me incredibly efficient. It's hard to leave them in the mornings, but I'm extremely productive during the day, knowing I want to be fully focused on them when I get home. more...

You realize in life, not that many things matter that much, but your choice of a spouse is everything. more...

Accessories are crucial. A great bag and a piece of statement jewelry are the fastest way to elevate an otherwise understated look. more...

It's so important for jewelry has to be versatile. The statement piece is no longer just that. One day it's a statement and the next it's merely an accent to a great pair of shoes or a stunning handbag. Adaptability is key. more...

Jewelry is incredibly feminine, and reflects the grace and beauty of a women's style like nothing else. more...

Attention to detail is crucial in my roles as a real estate developer and principal of a lifestyle brand. Fine jewelry is especially intricate and requires a very well trained eye. more...

Fashion is meant to be fun. more...

I'm so grateful to my parents for my upbringing and for all of the opportunities that I was provided with, but I also learned at a young age that success is not given, it is earned and that has always been something that motivates me. more...

Be passionate. If you are passionate, you will ultimately succeed. more...

While I enjoy and have enjoyed great success building my own personal apparel and accessories collections, my greatest passion has and will always be real estate. more...

All great hotels should have stellar personalized service, a unique design that gives guests a sense of place, an excellent on-site restaurant, and other fantastic amenities. Obviously location is a key factor as well. more...

I think there are multiple ways to have your voice heard. In some cases, it's through protest and it's through going on the nightly news and talking about or denouncing every issue on which you disagree with. Other times it is quietly and directly and candidly. more...

I respect the fact that Donald Trump always listens. It's how he was in business. It's how he is as president. more...

The issues in America are so big, and the problems are enormously complicated. But I am incredibly confident in Donald Trump to be able to execute on his promise to the people who elected him. more...

We're in a very unique time where noise equals, in a lot of people's perception, advocacy. And I fundamentally disagree with that. more...

If being complicit is wanting to be a force for good and to make a positive impact, then I'm complicit. more...

I hate the word surrogate, because what does that mean? Like when people talk about I`m my father's confident, at one point, they were actually saying major newspapers were publicly were writing that I was Vice Presidential candidate. I`m saying no. I`m a daughter. more...

My father values talent.He recognizes real knowledge and skill when he finds it. He is color blind and gender neutral. He hires the best person for the job, period." At her father's company, she said, "there are more female than male executives. Women are paid equally for the work that we do, and when a woman becomes a mother, she is supported, not shut out. more...

As President, my father will change the labor laws that were put into place at a time when women were not a significant portion of the workforce. And he will focus on making quality child care affordable and accessible for all. more...

Politicians talk about wage equality, but my father has made it a practice at his company throughout his entire career. He will fight for equal pay for equal work, and I will fight for this too, right alongside of him. more...

I probably not as likely to say what's on my mind, and I think most people aren't. It's not something I would want to always be doing. So that's why I'm not a politician. more...

I am very proud of my father and what he's accomplished. It is amazing. more...

The beauty of America is people can do what they like. more...

Obviously in a work capacity I've been tremendously busy running The Trump Organization now that my father's on the campaign trail and my own company and the growth of that. So it's been an amazing time, a wild experience, and an incredible one. more...

I am a very proud daughter. Obviously to be able to see this transpiring, to watch him achieve so much as a politician - and we're certainly not a family of politicians, and politics is certainly not our family business - it's been amazing. more...

So it's exciting for me to be able to be with him [my father, Donald trump] for major moments and stand by his side, and I'm very proud of him as a daughter and as somebody who's worked beside him for the past decade at The Trump Organization. more...

Having toddlers always means that there's a fair amount of chaos at home, but that's part of the fun. And from a work perspective, we have projects under construction all over the world, including many right here in the US. more...

For me professionally as well I've built an incredible business that I'm very proud of that is my own brand and that is both creating incredible content to empower and inspire this next generation of working women through a digital platform, mainly through my website, ivankatrump.com, our email newsletters, and our social-media platforms. more...

We're generating an enormous amount of content geared at this young professional woman, which has been resonating strongly. We also have been creating solution-oriented products for that same person that will help her transition in life through her many roles, whether they may be mother, girlfriend, professional, and really everything in between. more...

So there's no typical day, but I transition through the course of my business day by doing everything from construction meetings on the development project under construction to design meetings for an upcoming apparel delivery to acquisition meetings about projects we're looking to acquire. It's very diverse in terms of content, substance, and what I address on a typical day. more...

From a productivity perspective, prioritization is key. And it's very easy to focus on clearing the decks of minutia, especially when one's very busy. It's almost easy to want to sit down at your desk when you have a free five minutes and try to clear out some of the incoming emails rather than strip things strategically and foundationally and ask about what the most important objectives for you and the company are. more...

To the extent I can, I try to maintain a laser focus on what needs to get done from a priority standpoint. And not just from an urgency standpoint, but from a value-added standpoint. So where can I add the most value? Where is my time best spent? more...

Part of being able to make great decisions around that and to really grow a business and scale a business, it also comes down to people. I spend a lot of time building teams at both businesses - both The Trump Organization and my own - and thinking about who to hire to supplement the team and allow us to best achieve our goals. more...

Hiring great people is almost the most important thing you can do as a leader because they enable you to scale, and they create better leverage for you and your time. more...

Traditionally women have been more reticent to acknowledge their ambition and to say it with pride. So I like having people who work for us who are ambitious, engaged, respectful. Mis-hiring is a huge mistake. It's a tremendous opportunity cost throwing the position to the wrong person. more...

If there's one single thing that I do every single time, it's require references and, ideally, at least one reference from every company they've worked at. more...

It's always a huge red flag for me when somebody's reticent or reluctant or a little slow in providing thoughtful references that are a testament to them as a person and their professional accomplishments. more...

I set very bold goals. It's how I've always been. I'm definitely somebody who swings for the fences, and I expect very high performance. more...

Working in a family business, which obviously The Trump Organization is, is an incredible thing, but it's complicated. It's complex. more...

I've seldom met somebody who is merely satisfied working alongside siblings. You typically have a binary outcome. They either are miserable and everyone starts to hate each other, which is an unfortunate outcome that we see too often, or it is really incredible, and there's tremendous energy and mutual respect, and the parties work really well together. I've found that the middle road typically doesn't happen. more...

It's important to be honest with and respectful of each other and deal with issues as they arrive, as opposed to letting them simmer. more...

I have the good fortune of working with two brothers who are very accomplished, incredibly smart, and very capable. So thankfully there is not an issue in that regard where somebody isn't pulling their own weight. We collaborate all the time. We tend to take different paths, but we tend to reach very similar conclusions. It's actually great because it allows us to be much more creative in the process of getting things done. more...

We all have different perspectives but we tend not to disagree with each other very often in terms of where we want to get or where we want to be. So it's been amazing working with my brothers. more...

n terms of the logistics of that from a title perspective, we have not talked about that nor do we typically care very much. We're not large on bureaucracy. My brothers and I said to each other when we started in this business that as a collective we can do far more than any one of us can do individually. And that's really what guides our relationship - this sense of camaraderie. And it is a family business, and we work together collaboratively as a family. more...

My father has created an enormous business and he's created an enormous brand for himself, and I'm contributing to the business that he's built every day at The Trump Organization more...

I've also built my own business, and obviously it's a brand that I've built and it's wholly owned by me and something that certainly my experience observing him and working with him and for him has informed how I make business decisions around my brand. But it's my company. more...

I don't have a strategy. I am my own person. So if people disagree with the opinion of my father and want to dislike me because I'm his daughter, then I'm probably not going to be able to discourage them from that. more...


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