Financial Success Quotes

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T. Scott McLeod
“What was meaningful? What was meaningless? What did it mean, to amount to something? What type of life, was worth living? Was it better, to make a ton of money, and have a fucking goddamn Mercedes, or whatever the fuck kind of car it was, to be a lawyer with a ‘serious’ job, and to have ‘amounted to something,’ or was it better to just be a waiter, and work the evening shift, and have your days free to goof off with your roommates, your friends, to go to meditation, to take some time to reflect, and enjoy life, and to not always be in such a big goddamn rush to get somewhere?”
T. Scott McLeod, All That Is Unspoken

“The strength of your personal financial resources is equivalent to the quality of your financial decision making.”
Wayne Chirisa

“Lack of financial planning is the root of all empty wallets”
Mac Duke The Strategist

Nigel Cumberland
“You do not need to be a millionaire to feel successful or be successful. Financial wealth is only one of many possible indicators of success. However, to achieve your dreams and life goals you’re going to need money. And making it requires financial planning and goalsetting. I do not know of any successful person who has been able to simply ignore their finances.”
Nigel Cumberland, 100 Things Successful People Do: Little Exercises for Successful Living

Brandon Turner
“Financial responsibility is a mindset before it is an action. Therefore, if you can change a mindset, the actions follow almost naturally.”
Brandon Turner, How to Invest in Real Estate: The Ultimate Beginner's Guide to Getting Started

“Become a student of success, rather than a student of how to make money. Success, true success, spreads over the whole spectrum of life -- not just our finances.”
Sebastien Richard, Lead Like a Superhero: What Pop Culture Icons Can Teach Us about Impactful Leadership

Aiyaz Uddin
“One cannot achieve a million-dollar milestone with a cent-dollar mindset. In order to achieve financial success, one requires a bigger mindset, a wider thought process, and a relentless team.”
Aiyaz Uddin

“Conversely, financial success in art is distinct from the aesthetic success that emanates from the cultural and historical impact on society, notably on arts and culture. You could be a bestselling artist in the art market, but your art may not carry any aesthetic and cultural significance to society. But if you have both, the financial success could be considered a bonus or a reward for your artistic feat.”
Danny Castillones Sillada

“Financial success in the arts is arbitrary, based on luck, clout, and strategic marketing. Whether an artist's work is sought after or not in the art market, it has no bearing on the aesthetic or cultural impact on society. The artist’s achievement is not measured by how much money he made from his creation but by the aesthetic, cultural, and historical impact he made on people, arts, and culture.”
Danny Castillones Sillada

Keisha Blair
“Ancestral money blocks can also influence our mindset. Ancestral money blocks are essentially false beliefs about money passed down from our ancestors, that prevent us from achieving financial success.”
Keisha Blair, Holistic Wealth (Expanded and Updated): 36 Life Lessons to Help You Recover from Disruption, Find Your Life Purpose, and Achieve Financial Freedom

Keisha Blair
“Knowing our personal financial identity allows for healing, empathy, and further strengthening of relationships when we apply it in the context of family or other relationships with friends, a spouse, and co-workers. It is also a very helpful framework for healing our money mindset and money blocks (including ancestral money blocks), so we can re-write our own personal money stories, that are rooted in our own personal financial identity.”
Keisha Blair, Holistic Wealth (Expanded and Updated): 36 Life Lessons to Help You Recover from Disruption, Find Your Life Purpose, and Achieve Financial Freedom

Keisha Blair
“One of the major blocks to financial freedom is our money mindset.”
Keisha Blair, Holistic Wealth (Expanded and Updated): 36 Life Lessons to Help You Recover from Disruption, Find Your Life Purpose, and Achieve Financial Freedom