Most people know how to set goals; few know how to achieve them.
The rich buy assets. The poor only have expenses. The middle class buys liabilities they think are assets. The poor and the middle class work for money. The rich have money work for them.
The economy is in tatters; your job is in trouble – if you still have a job. And you know what? I’ve been saying it for years.
You can prosper, no matter what the economy is doing.
People who pay the price for security may never really feel secure rather the more their insecurity grows inside them because they are paying the price for action but not their internal reaction
For most people, the price for security is personal freedom. And without freedom, many people spend their lives working for money, rather than living out to their dreams
The more security you seek, the less freedom you have.
The more a person seeks security, the more that person gives up control over his life.
I’m actually a lot happier because I work as a teacher; more than just a capitalist making money for myself.
As one of my teachers, Buckminster Fuller, says, we were given a right foot and a left foot, not a right foot and a wrong foot. The point is that, there’s always two points of view out there, and we need to increase our ability to allow another point of view. Then we have a better chance for peace.
I could be a school teacher and be rich. It has nothing to do with your money; it has to do with your knowledge. If I was a school teacher, I would be ten times richer because I have more time off! They get the summer off, holidays off, weekends off.
You have to look for teachers. If you want to be a mechanic, go hang out with mechanics.
Successful people ask questions. They seek new teachers. They’re always learning.