Posts Tagged ‘rich’

“The eagerness to spend more casually and live a noticeably rich lifestyle gets more intense with each generation. Put simply, earning a dollar yourself tends to make a person a little more cognizant about how that dollar is spent.” -Natalie Schmook

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“No man can become rich without himself enriching others.” -Andrew Carnegie

“Most people want to get rich quick. That’s why they never get rich.” -Robert Kiyosaki

“As an employee, there’s really only one way to get rich. You must first make your boss richer… and the only way to do that is to make the company much more profitable.

…begin as an ordinary employee and become an extraordinary employee. And after you’ve accomplished that, you become an invaluable employee.”

-Mark Ford

The additional side benefit of becoming an invaluable employee:  you would most likely be the last employee to be fired or let go if things get tough.  If you are invaluable, your company needs you.

“Commercial banks operated on sound classical principles. It’s a different story these days. Central banks and commercial banks are essentially Ponzi schemes, and engines of inflation. It’s a major reason the rich are getting richer—which is OK, except that today it’s at the expense of the middle class.” -Doug Casey

“It is only by following your deepest instinct that you can lead a rich life, and if you let your fear of consequence prevent you from following your deepest instinct, then your life will be safe, expedient, and thin.” -Katharine Butler Hathaway

“Many Americans – average folks working to build a comfortable life – assume the ‘rich’ have a secret.  It seems they know something about ‘how the world works’ that the rest of us don’t….  It turns out, the wealthy do harbor a secret – three of them, in fact….  And these secrets not only build wealth, they allow you to use it to live the life that you want to live….

You don’t need to be rich, though.  You don’t need to pursue money at all costs.  But having financial stability gives you freedom.  Reducing stress improves your health.  And understanding how to manage your income makes for better relationships with your family and loved ones.

Tenet No. 1: Save Religiously.  Tenet No. 2: Invest for the Long Term.  Tenet No. 3: Obsess About Risk

Only by following all three of these tenets can you successfully set yourself free from living paycheck to paycheck.  If you were to find folks with enough cash to live how they’d want to live, you’d find almost all of them followed these tenets.” -David Eifrig