Wealth

“Money is nothing more than a reflection of your creativity, your capacity to focus, and your ability to add value and receive back.  If you can find a way to create value—that is, add value for a massive number of people—you will have an opportunity to have a massive amount of economic abundance in your life.” ~ Tony Robbins, Money: Master the Game

“The only way to become wealthy, and stay wealthy, is to find a way to do more for others than anyone else is going in an area that people really value.  If you become a blessing in other people’s lives, you too will be blessed.  Money is only one of those blessings, but it is a blessing.  It’s simply another form of freedom and abundance.” ~ Tony Robbins, Money: Master the Game

“If you want to be rich, start rich.  What can you be grateful for today?  Who can you be grateful for today?  Could you even be grateful for some of the problems and the pain that you’ve been through in your life?  What if you took on the new belief that everything in life happens for a reason and a purpose, and it serves you?  What if you believed in your heart of hearts that life doesn’t happen to you, it happens for you?  That every step along the way is helping strengthen you so that you can become more, enjoy more, and give more.  If you’ll start from that place, money won’t be the source of your pleasure and your pain.  Making money will just be a fun journey of mastery, and wealth a great vehicle to achieve what matters most in life.” ~ Tony Robbins, Money: Master the Game

“The secret to wealth is simple: Find a way to do more for others than anyone else does.  Become more valuable.  Do more.  Give more.  Be more.  Serve more.  And you will have the opportunity to earn more—whether you won the best food truck in Austin, Texas, or you’re the top salesperson at your company or even the founder of Instagram.” ~ Tony Robbins, Money: Master the Game

“How would you live your life if you could wake up each day knowing there was enough money coming in to cover not only your basic needs but also your goals and dreams?    The truth is, a lot of us would keep working, because that’s the way we’re wired.  But we’d do it from a place of joy and abundance.  Our work would continue, but the rat race would end.  We’d work because we want to, not because we have to.  That’s financial freedom.” ~ Tony Robbins, Money: Master the Game

Fame, Fortune, and Ambition [Book]

Fame, Fortune, and Ambition by Osho

By: Osho

Book Overview: Fame, Fortune, and Ambition examines the symptoms and psychology of preoccupations with money and celebrity. Where does greed come from? Do values like competitiveness and ambition have a place in bringing innovation and positive change? Why do celebrities and the wealthy seem to have so much influence in the world? Is it true that money can’t buy happiness? These questions are tackled with a perspective that is thought-provoking, surprising–and particularly relevant to our troubled economic times.

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“Is it true that money cannot buy happiness? Yes, it is true.  Money cannot buy happiness—but it makes misery more comfortable.  That’s why I am not against money—I am all for it.  It is better to be comfortably miserable than uncomfortably miserable.  I have lived in poverty and I have lived in richness, and believe me: Richness is far better than poverty.  I want you to be rich in every possible way—material, psychological, spiritual.  I want you to live the richest life that has ever been lived on the earth.” ~ Osho, Fame, Fortune, and Ambition

“Have you ever seen a bird poor?  Animals in the forest—nobody is poor, nobody is rich.  In fact, you don’t even see fat birds and thin birds.  All the crows are almost identical; you cannot even recognize which is which.  Why?  They enjoy; they don’t hoard.  Even to become fat means you are hoarding inside the body—that is the indication of a miserly mind.  Misers become constipated; they cannot even throw out their waste.  They hoard, they control even defecation, they go on hoarding even rubbish.  Hoarding is a habit.” ~ Osho, Fame, Fortune, and Ambition

“Meditation cannot be purchased, love cannot be purchased, friendship cannot be purchased, gratitude cannot be purchased—but nobody is concerned with these things.  Everything else, the whole world of things, can be purchased.  So every child starts climbing the ladder of ambitions, and he knows if he has money, then everything is possible.  The society breeds the idea of ambition, of being powerful, of being rich.  It is an absolutely wrong society.  It creates psychologically sick, insane people.  And when they have reached the goal that the society and the educational system have given to them, they find themselves at a dead end.  The road ends; there is nothing beyond.” ~ Osho, Fame, Fortune, and Ambition

“Money is a loaded subject because man’s psychology is full of greed; otherwise, it is a simple means of exchanging things, a perfect means.  There is nothing wrong in it, but the way we have worked it out, everything seems to be wrong.  If you don’t have money, you are condemned; your whole life is a curse, and for your whole life, you are trying to get money by any means.  If you have money, it does not change the basic thing: You still want more, and there is no end to wanting more.  When finally, you have too much money—even though it is not enough, it is never enough, but it is more than anybody else has—then you start feeling guilty, because the means that you have used to accumulate the money are ugly, inhuman, violent.” ~ Osho, Fame, Fortune, and Ambition

“[The] will to power is the greatest sickness man has suffered from.  And all our educational systems, all our religions, all our cultures and societies are in absolute support of this sickness.  Everybody wants his child to be the greatest in the world.  Listen to mothers talking about their children, as if they have all given birth to Alexander the Great, Ivan the Terrible, Joseph Stalin, Ronald Reagan… Billions of people are rushing toward power.  One has to understand that this tremendous urge to power is arising from an emptiness within you.  A man who is not power-oriented is fulfilled, contented, at ease, at home as he is.  His very being is an immense gratitude to existence; nothing more is to be asked.  Whatever has been given to you, you had never asked for.  It is a sheer gift out of the abundance of existence.” ~ Osho, Fame, Fortune, and Ambition

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