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Suze Orman

  • As our net worth falls, so does our self-worth. Ironically, it's when we don't have it that we most feel we have to flaunt it ...

    • Suze Orman,
    • "Take Care of Your Money," in Parade ()
  • Money is the only thing you can use even if you don't have any. ... There's always a credit card ...

    • Suze Orman,
    • "Take Care of Your Money," in Parade ()
  • ... people's feelings about themselves change when they change the way they handle their money. Once they begin treating their money with respect, their self-respect shoots up as well.

    • Suze Orman,
    • "Take Care of Your Money," in Parade ()
  • Once you begin taking care of your money, I can promise that your money in turn will take care of you.

    • Suze Orman,
    • "Take Care of Your Money," in Parade ()
  • There isn't a part of our lives that money doesn't touch — it affects our relationships, the way we go about our everyday activities, our ability to make dreams reality, everything.

  • ... true financial freedom doesn't depend on how much money you have. Financial freedom is when you have power over your fears and anxieties instead of the other way around.

  • I have come to think that money is very much like a person, and it will respond when you treat it as you would a cherished friend — never fearing it, pushing it away, pretending it doesn't exist, or turning away from its needs, never clutching it so hard that it hurts. ... if you tend it like the living entity it is, then it will flourish, grow, take care of you for as long as you need it ...

  • Messages about money are passed down from generation to generation, worn and chipped like the family dishes.

  • The mind gives us thousands of ways to say no, but there's only one way to say yes, and that's from the heart.

  • Money is a living entity, and it responds to energy exactly the same way you do. It is drawn to those who welcome it, those who respect it. Wouldn't you rather be with people who respect you and who don't want you to be something you're not? Your money feels the same way.

  • The world of money, of numbers and stock markets and interest rates and credit cards, seems on the surface about as far as it could be from the world of spirituality, of seeking meaningful answers to the big questions of life. ... But these two worlds must flow in and out of each other, because it takes both money and spiritual understanding to sustain it. Truly speaking, what determines where our money with its awesome power will go, and what it will do for ourselves and others? If we listen, those answers come from the center of our being, from who we really are.

  • ... abundance is in crucial ways a state of mind.

  • Money will respond to you just like people do.

    • Suze Orman,
    • in Modern Maturity ()
  • ... show respect for your money ... Then your money will think and care about you in return.

    • Suze Orman,
    • in Modern Maturity ()
  • Money doesn't bring courage, I learned. It's the other way around. Once I took that lesson to heart, I began to rebuild my life.

  • Choosing wealth as a goal requires facing everything about your money bravely, honestly, with courage — which is a very, very hard thing for most of us to do.

  • When you start really respecting yourself, those you love, and your money, the result is that you start having control over your money. What follows from that is control over your life.

  • Debt is like cholesterol. Good debt is money you borrow to purchase an asset, such a a home you can afford. ... Bad debt is money you borrow to purchase a depreciating asset or to finance a 'want' rather than a need.'

    • Suze Orman

Suze Orman, U.S. financial advisor, writer, speaker, TV host

(1951)

Full name: Susan Lynn Orman.