Anyone can build wealth, but your beliefs about money can affect how much wealth you’ll build.
Just consider the world’s self-made billionaires — they got where they are today because of their attitudes toward money and success.
We rounded up quotations about money from self-made billionaires for a bit of inspiration.
Building wealth is possible regardless of your financial situation or education. But your beliefs about money can play a huge role in whether or not you finish rich.
So why not look to those who have been there, done that for inspiration?
From investor Warren Buffett and entrepreneur Mark Cuban to tech mogul Jeff Bezos and media maven Oprah Winfrey, Business Insider rounded up quotations about money from self-made billionaires that will shift your perspective on business, investing, and success.
Many of their perspectives share a commonalities: they don’t measure success by the amount of money they make. Money isn’t the end goal and it doesn’t define them, but it’s important to invest it wisely if you want to build more wealth down the road.
Here’s what some of the world’s richest men and women have to say about money.
Emmie Martin contributed to an earlier version of this post.
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“I will tell you how to become rich. Close the doors. Be fearful when others are greedy. Be greedy when others are fearful.” — Warren Buffett, chairman and CEO of Berkshire Hathaway
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“There are very few people in the world who get to build a business like this. I think trading that for some short-term gain isn’t very interesting.” — Evan Spiegel, CEO of Snap Inc., on not selling to Facebook
“The reason I’ve been able to be so financially successful is my focus has never, ever for one minute been money.” — Oprah Winfrey, business magnate
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