“Ninety nine per cent of the time, for anyone who wins or makes money, it makes them happy.”

 

Brian Blessed

“Occasionally when you’re in that zone, striving to operate at your highest levels, you get consumed. You forget to eat and shower. But that can be a good thing. No one makes money eating or showering.”

Brandon Steiner

“I’ve never worked to make money. I understand we’ve got to eat and all that, but I never said I want to be a multimillionaire or a billionaire. To me, that’s of no significance. I work to have the accomplishment.”

 

Bob Parsons

“I’ve never worked to make money. I understand we’ve got to eat and all that, but I never said I want to be a multimillionaire or a billionaire. To me, that’s of no significance. I work to have the accomplishment.”

 

Bob Parsons

“If you’re good at the art and you wanna make money, then it’s fine. But if you’re just doing it because you know you’re gonna make money, then I don’t know. Some people do it just because they need the money, but it depends on a lot of things.”

 

Bishop Nehru

“It’s one thing to be struggling and not really making money in your early 20s and figuring out your life. Early 30s, you start to wonder, is this ever going to happen?”

 

Billy Eichner

“I don’t know how this guy knew how much money I was making. I didn’t know how much money I was making.”

 

Bill Murray

“The most important thing for workers to understand is that you have to make yourself indispensable. You must make money for your employer or make his life easier, preferably both. Also, you have to learn as much as you can about your chosen endeavor.”

 

Bill O’Reilly

“You make a living from 8 to 5, but you make money from 5 to 8.”

 

Bill Kraus

“You can’t make money with a consensus accurate prediction.”

 

Bill Jay

“You can make money and you can make excuses, but you can never make money out of excuses”

 

Bill Gates

“It is absurd to think that the general public can ever make money out of market forecasts.”

 

Benjamin Graham

“We have not known a single person who has consistently or lastingly make money by thus “following the market”. We do not hesitate to declare this approach is as fallacious as it is popular.”

 

Benjamin Graham

“Money makes money. And the money that makes money makes more money.”

 

Benjamin Franklin

“If there’s a recession, I’d buy stocks. That’s when you make money: when markets are spooked.”

 

Ben Stein

“You have to be willing to be a live performer, if you want to make money as an independent.”

 

Ben Rosenfield

“I don’t particularly love live performance of my music. I love writing and recording, but you can’t make money off of that.”

 

Ben Rosenfield

“I always wanted to be a writer but everyone kept telling me it was impossible to break into the field or make money. I’ve proven them wrong on both counts.”

 

Barbara Hambly

“If you’ve got the money, you need people to make money with your money. And if you have the talent, you can always merchandise your talent to someone who’s got the money and make money. There’s two pieces to it: talent and money.”

 

Barbara Corcoran