Money And Fame Quotes by Klaus Teuber, Mike Ditka, Henry David Thoreau, Jay Maisel, Tiger Woods, Charlamagne Tha God and many others.
If during creative processes the desire for money and fame comes before passion and joy, the chances for a big hit decrease considerably, at least in my experience.
Success is about having, excellence is about being. Success is about having money and fame, but excellence is being the best you can be.
Rather than love, than money, than fame, give me truth.
Money and fame that photography can bring you are wonderful, but nothing can compare to the joy of seeing something new.
Money and fame made me believe I was entitled. I was wrong and foolish.
Success is about having. Excellence is about Being!
When I’m talking to an artist, I’m not being malicious when I tell them their music is wack. These are artists with mad money and fame so why should they care about my critique?
Money and fame are trashy and don’t guarantee happiness, but we all refuse really to know it.
I sat at a table where were rich food and wine in abundance, and obsequious attendance, but sincerity and truth were not; and I went away hungry from the inhospitable board.
Almost anyone can be an author; the business is to collect money and fame from this state of being.
To all the young people out there who think money and fame is important: that’s only a small piece of the pie. You need an education to be totally secure in life. I feel very secure I can go get a real job now.
I think it’s really important for celebrities to use their power of money and fame to get their voices out there. It’s funny to me that we’re expected to keep quiet just because of who we are. Why do I lose my right to speak my mind because I’m famous?
That’s what so many people didn’t understand about life. The real world is the one within the walls of homes; the outside world, of careers and politics and money and fame, that was the fake world, where nothing lasted, and things were real only to the extent they harmed or helped people inside their homes.
If you’re a generous person, when you get money and fame, you’re going to be more generous. If you’re a sharer, you’re going to be more sharing. If you’re a coward, you’re just going to be a bigger coward. That’s all money and fame does.
Talent works for money and fame; the motive which moves genius to productivity is, on the other hand, less easy to determine.
Money and fame are very inconvenient and very problematic.
Wealth is like sea-water; the more we drink, the thirstier we become; and the same is true of fame.
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