My restaurants are never opened on Thanksgiving I want my staff to spend time with their family if they can. My feeling is, if I can’t figure out how to make #money the rest of the year so that my workers can enjoy the holidays, then I don’t deserve to be an owner.
We didn’t have a whole lot of #money when I was growing up either. I would always ask for magic books or magic tricks for my birthday or for Christmas and the rest of the year I either had to mow lawns or find part time jobs to help supplement the cost of doing magic.
I’m free of stress and worries now because if I don’t like something I’m doing, I just find the fun in it instead of being miserable. Let me have fun with the people I work with, let me have fun making #money - when I grew up so poor, ya know?
What we really want to do is what we are really meant to do. When we do what we are meant to do, #money comes to us, doors open for us, we feel useful, and the work we do feels like play to us.
That is why the analogy of stealing does not work. With a thief, we want to know how much #money he stole, and from whom. With the artist it is not how much he took and from whom, but what he did with it.
The companies that survive longest are the one’s that work out what they uniquely can give to the world not just growth or #money but their excellence, their respect for others, or their ability to make people happy. Some call those things a soul.
Who gets the risks? The risks are given to the consumer, the unsuspecting consumer and the poor work force. And who gets the benefits? The benefits are only for the corporations, for the #money makers.
One might think that the #money value of an invention constitutes its reward to the man who loves his work. But... I continue to find my greatest pleasure, and so my reward, in the work that precedes what the world calls success.
I don’t think the #money people in Hollywood have ever thought I was normal, but I am dedicated to my work and that’s what counts.
I spent my whole life in the private sector, 25 years in the private sector. I understand that when government takes more #money out of the hands of people, it makes it more difficult for them to buy things. If they can’t buy things, the economy doesn’t grow. If the economy doesn’t grow, we don’t put Americans to work.
Most people work just hard enough not to get fired and get paid just enough #money not to quit.
If you put all your strength and faith and vigor into a job and try to do the best you can, the #money will come.
To fulfill a dream, to be allowed to sweat over lonely labor, to be given a chance to create, is the meat and potatoes of life. The #money is the gravy.
If you don’t want to work you have to work to earn enough #money so that you won’t have to work.
America believes in education: the average professor earns more #money in a year than a professional athlete earns in a whole week.
I think the person who takes a job in order to live - that is to say, for the #money - has turned himself into a slave.
The problem for those who assert biblical authority in support of traditional definitions of marriage is that one could, with equal validity, assert that the lending of #money or certain kinds of haircuts are forbidden by God, or that slavery and the subjugation of women are authorized by the Lord.
Soon we saw that #money going to women brought much more benefit to the family than #money going to the men. So we changed our policy and gave a high priority to women. As a result, now 96% of our four million borrowers in Grameen Bank are women.
One argument goes that recessions are good for female artists because when #money flies out the window, women are allowed in the house. The other claims that when #money ebbs, so do prospects for women.
Motherhood is a great honor and privilege, yet it is also synonymous with servanthood. Every day women are called upon to selflessly meet the needs of their families. Whether they are awake at night nursing a baby, spending their time and #money on less-than-grateful teenagers, or preparing meals, moms continuously put others before themselves.
I’m not a #money manager, but I can tell you what the conventional wisdom is. The younger you are, the more risk you can take on.
I believe that anybody who gets married should go to a counselor for months before the wedding. I think that’s going to save guys a lot of #money and the ladies a lot of heartbreak.