Earning Money Quotes by Henry David Thoreau, Will Rogers, Karan Bajaj, Warren Farrell, Polly Bergen, Carlos Ruiz Zafon and many others.
Spending of the best part of one’s life earning money in order to enjoy questionable liberty during the least valuable part of it, reminds me of the Englishman who went to India to make a fortune first, in order that he might return to England and live the life of a poet. He should have gone up garret at once.
Too many people spend money they haven’t earned to buy things they don’t want to impress people they don’t like.
The whole idea is that the combination of tight activity and slack activity allows me to be both productive and creative at the same time. In the four years that I am actually working in a proper job, I am earning money and I’m also writing with a lot of discipline on the side.
I define power as control over ones life. A balanced life is far superior to the male definition of power: earning money someone else spends while he dies sooner.
The secret Ive lived by ever since I started earning money is this: Always buy a house with an extra bedroom adjoining the master. And thats always my closet.
Making money isn’t hard in itself… What’s hard is to earn it doing something worth devoting one’s life to.
Never spend your money before you have earned it.
Earning money is not the sole objective of life or education. A community of any quality should have a whole range of skills and interests. They should paint, write, perform, visit art galleries and enjoy world-class concerts. Only then will they form a vibrant, rounded, interesting community.
Success is not the result of making money; earning money is the result of success вЂ” and success is in direct proportion to our service.
Earning money has a way of increasing financial intelligence quickly.
There are plenty of ways to get ahead. The first is so basic I’m almost embarrassed to say it: spend less than you earn.
We’ve become a culture where earning money doesn’t entitle you to it, but wanting it does. That is the essence of redistribution.
Before you speak, listen. Before you write, think. Before you spend, earn. Before you invest, investigate. Before you criticize, wait. Before you pray, forgive. Before you quit, try. Before you retire, save. Before you die, give.
The couple of years before I was declared bankrupt were the roughest. The bank letters, the pressure, the stress was awful. You’re in this twilight zone of not knowing where your life is going, and yet you’re in Westlife. Everything was great with the band. I was earning money, and it looked good.
I turn down invitations to do things for money. I have almost no interest in making money. Actually, I’ve acquired a fair amount of money that I will never live to spend. So earning money, in a way, depresses me, because I feel it’s just piling up.
Our men think earning money and ordering around others is where power lies. They don’t think power is in the hands of the woman who takes care of everyone all day long, and gives birth to their children.
Only the elites despise earning money.
I started doing a paper round when I was about 10. I started earning $10 a week and then I was obsessed with earning money until I was about 15.
Unless you are completely retired, earning money is the best form of wealth preservation.
If men do not keep on speaking terms with children, they cease to be men, and become merely machines for eating and for earning money.
Men spend the best parts of their lives earning money in order to enjoy a questionable liberty during the least valuable part of it.
The funny thing in France is that writers are not allowed to retire, because the French government say you are still earning money from books you wrote 20 years ago.
Earning money is not a sin, and the bottom line is growth.
Resentment is not morally superior to earning money.
Not just part of us becomes a teacher. It engages the whole self – the woman or man, wife or husband, mother or father, the lover, scholar or artist in you as well as the teacher earning money.
I think earning money is the simplest thing in the world once you learn how to do it. It’s like driving a car. It’s simple if you know how to do it.
Being first is more important to me [than earning money]. I have so much money. Whatever money is, it’s just a method of keeping score now. I mean, I certainly don’t need more money.
If God has allowed me to earn so much money, it is because He knows I give it all away.
Whoever decides to dedicate their life to politics knows that earning money isn’t the top priority.
Some of today’s athletes do not have that kind of pride. They left school at 16, have never had a job in their life and are getting Lottery funding, earning money as an athlete.
We have an idea that if something we’re doing isn’t actually earning money, or spending it, then it’s completely worthless. But if you start to work less, you can actually start to give more to society, but on a local level.
Many folks think they aren’t good at earning money, when what they don’t know is how to use it.
A lot of people think they’ll be earning money like they are now for the rest of their lives. I think once you have that type of mindset, it’s over.
Financial peace isn’t the acquisition of stuff. It’s learning to live on less than you make, so you can give money back and have money to invest. You can’t win until you do this.
Reading is awesome and flexible and fits around chores and earning money and building the future and whatever else IвЂ™m doing that day. My attitude towards reading is entirely EpicureanвЂ”reading is pleasure and I pursue it purely because I like it.
You can become a night watchman and live happily. It is what you are inwardly that matters. Your inner peace and joy you have to earn. It is much more difficult than earning money. No university can teach you to be yourself.