Art Williams Says Just do it!


Art Williams Says Just do it! So Why Aren’t You?


 This is one of the most inspirational videos that I have watched today. It’s the famous . Arthur L. “Art” Williams, Jr. is a famous billionaire insurance executive from Palm Beach, Florida. Art Williams is the founder of A.L. Williams & Associates. “As of 2008, he ranks number 843 on the Forbes list of the “World’s Billionaires” with an estimated wealth of $1.4 billion.” (Wikipedia).

 Some notable lines that I really liked are the following:

  • If want to win in business, you’ve got to be a leader.
  • The winners do it. They get the jobs done.
  • If you want to become somebody, do it!
  • I’m gonna win now, just do it!
  • I’m not making any money, what can I do? Just do it!
  • I want to win this contest, just do it!
  • Just do it, and do it, and do it.

 Watch it here: Art Williams Says “Just Do IT”

Winners just do it. But what do they do? They do whatever it takes to get the job done. They do it – and do it – and do it – until the job gets done. And then they talk about how great it is to be somebody they’re proud of. They talk about how great it is to finally have achieved something unique – how glad they are that they didn’t quit like everybody else – how wonderful it is to finally make a difference with their life. We need leaders in America who can “Do It!” – Art Williams

Here are some of the great point’s that Art says in his speech…

What is the 500,000 dollar a year person do, the 50,000 dollar person doesn’t do? You’re looking outside and study those 2 individuals, everything seems to be the same. They’re both of the same sex, they’re both of the same age, they have the same train, the same positions, the same contract, the same friends benefits, both are successful, they work hard, they’re good family people, make tough commitments. But what’s the difference?

What does the 500,000 dollar person do the 50,000 dollar person doesn’t do?

    • He pays the price a little bit more.
    • He works hard a little bit more
    • He’s loyal to the company a little bit more.
    • He makes money a little bit more.
    • He believes it a little bit more.
    • He saves money a little bit more.

This is all so powerful, and to finish off I want to add in these words near the end of his speech:

Yep you really got to do it.
“Art, Art what’s the primary difference between winners and losers?”
The winners do it…. They do it, and do it, and do it, and do it, until the job gets done.
And then they talk about how great it is to finally have achieved something unique.

And I’m glad they are.

They didn’t quit like everybody else.

And how wonderful it is to finally be somebody they’re proud of and make a difference for their lives

What have you done to achieve something unique? What did you quit at lately? What have you done to make a difference in the lives of others?
Winners Just do it, over and over, and over again.

Love this speech it is so inspiring and makes me want to Just Do It, if not for me, then for the people who rely on me.

I have always been told that you have to have a very big “Why” as to why I am doing something. My “Why” is to help my family and those around me that love and support me and also the greater good of the charities I work with and for.


So each day I “Just Do IT

Art Williams Just Do It speech.




  1. One of the things I personally got from watching Art’s video was: talk less, do more. Talk less about what I want, what I’m going to do, what I want to do. Let my actions do the talking instead. Otherwise, talk is just that – talk.

  2. Kamilla says:

    I loooove that video! Came across it about a year or so ago. Glad I did. It was so relevant to me. Really resonated. Connected. Felt like he was talking directly to me. I’ve been listening to it almost every day since then. Very powerful speech.

  3. Rupert says:

    Oh gosh, I’ve never watched this video before. Never heard of the guy. What an inspiring man. Notable lines for me are: “if you wanna become somebody in life, do it. If you wanna go in business for yourself, do it. If you wanna become financially independent, do it.” That’s the direction I want to take in my life so that part of his talk really hit home for me.

  4. Tandie says:

    I’d never watched it before either, Rupert. It’s awesome, isn’t it? I’d been feeling sorry for myself of late, a bit directionless. This video’s perked me right up and put the fire back in my belly. I’m ready to rock and roll! :-)

  5. I guess that’s why we have two ears and one mouth… so we can listen more and talk less :-) Thank you for your comment

  6. Leonard says:

    Art is right. Most of the time it isn’t even about skill, but about effort put in to a job. Are you going to do the bare minimum or go for that extra mile? If you want to succeed it takes effort.

  7. Hate to be a negative Nancy here. But what is Art Williams referring to by ir? Does he mean it like figuratively? I just show up everyday, put 150% in, and don’t complain. I always think the management will notice but been passed up 3 times for a promotion, Maybe its timing though, have only been in here a year. So maybe want to see more out of me.

  8. Everyone wants to be te 500,000$ person but a lot of times people have to take the 30,000 dollar job. Unfortunately, it sounds easy to do his way, but really I think he is telling people to just try the best they can. Because, unfortunatley there are just so many 500k a year jobs out their. Everyone can’t get it by trying.

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