Wealth for its own sake is an empty shell. Wealth that includes making other people's lives better will reward you even more than the beautiful mansion you live in.
The problem you ultimately want to have, as an entrepreneur, is deciding who to help, not deciding who can help you.
Better to discuss everything out in the open while you're in love, then if or when the relationship sadly ends. It's called Full Disclosure Before The Fact.
Get rid of the friends who want you to spend your whole day doing nothing with them. They're not your friends. They're your enemies.
I would recommend you watch the movie 'Jobs' starring Ashton Kutcher, if you don't have time to read Jobs's biography.
Ladies, first and foremost: you're on your own. No more rules neatly laid out for you to follow. You have to make up YOUR OWN rules.
If a vacuum cleaner salesman rings your front door, he will be selling HIMSELF first. The vacuum cleaner is secondary.
Let's say you're a garage mechanic, and you have big dreams about opening up your own chain of branded garages around the country. Terrific.
You and I and everyone else have the attention span of gnats. And that means that saying or doing anything once simply doesn't work.
If you choose to become a smoker, you are an idiot, and you may lack the discipline and intelligence to be a successful entrepreneur.
Your date will not be impressed by you throwing up on her brand-new shoes, as you spout poetic babblings that are meaningful only to you.
There are many really stupid ideas that wind up being brilliant, if you can implement them.
Unless you took courses in architecture, engineering, or pre-med, the rest of your liberal arts education hardly prepares you for life as the business warrior and champion you envision yourself to be.
If you look at YOURSELF as the brand, then you will understand an intrinsic truth: People judge.
It's better to be an octopus than a fish. If an octopus loses a tentacle to a predator, the octopus will survive with seven tentacles left for itself.
You need to eat, but you don't really need to eat filet mignon every night or buy bottles of champagne at a thousand a pop.
If you're a man in your twenties or thirties, and you have yet to make your fortune, I would urge you not to get married.
No one has the right to shake his finger in your face.
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