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14 Powerful Wealth Quotes from the Best Books

Whoso finds an excellent book obtains the key to greatness. Here are selected wealth quotes from the books we like best and where you can get a copy.

Before looking for a way to get, look for a way to give.
John Mason, An Enemy Called Average
By always doing more than you're paid for, you'll eventually be paid more than you're getting now.
Brian Tracy, Maximum Achievement
By putting more in, you'll get more out. By overcontributing, you'll end up being overcompensated.
Brian Tracy, Maximum Achievement
Here are the key characteristics of the wealthy:
  1. A willingness to listen to their own heart.
  2. The ability to act when opportunities present themselves.
  3. The understanding that wealth is an ongoing process—not a destination you arrive at one day and then stop.
Bob Proctor, The Art of Living
If you contribute hard work, helpfulness and honesty, you will get back riches, rewards and the respect of other people.
Brian Tracy, Maximum Achievement
If you want to increase the quantity and quality of your returns, your rewards, you need but to increase the quantity and quality of your service.
Brian Tracy, Maximum Achievement
It is an inevitable law of nature that you lose that which you do not use. And of course, this applies to the use of your own mind; the same to everything else.
Napoleon Hill, Philosophy of Success
No one can do better than earn a mere living unless and until it begins going the extra mile.
Napoleon Hill, Philosophy of Success
No person can get rich themselves, unless they first enrich others.
Earl Nightingale, The Strangest Secret
The amount of money you earn will always be in exact ratio to: (1) the need for what you do, (2) your ability to do it, and (3) the difficulty there will be in replacing you.
Bob Proctor, The Art of Living
The worker or business that is always rewarded by the employer and customer alike is the one that delivers more than they were paid for.
Bob Proctor, The ABCs of Success
We've got to be of service first before we can expect money. Don't concern yourself with money. Be of service ... build ... work ... dream ... create! Do this and you'll find there is no limit to the prosperity and abundance that will come to you.
Earl Nightingale, The Strangest Secret
What the superior man seeks is in God. What the small man seeks is in himself or in others.
John Mason, Believe You Can
You can't help the poor by becoming one of them.
Abraham Lincoln, Maximum Achievement

References

  1. An Enemy Called Average
  2. Maximum Achievement
  3. The Art of Living
  4. Philosophy of Success
  5. The Strangest Secret
  6. The ABCs of Success
  7. Believe You Can