1. The most popular legal substance to all people of the world: money.
  2. Money becomes the inkblot of our personal Rorschach.
  3. The more we give money meaning, the more we lose focus on what money means.
  4. Reasonable people forego pleasure to pursue money in order to purchase back a portion of what they just forfeited.
  5. If money were about math, no one would have personal debt.
  6. Money is a magnifier; like adversity, it reveals character.
  7. Money is the legal tender of desires.
  8. Rich is knowing you have enough.
  9. A money story may be undetected by its author, yet be boldly obvious to an observer.
  10. Tell me your assumptions and I can tell you how much money you will make.
  11. It is not wealth, position, possessions, or even the chase of money that creates problems; it’s when you lose yourself in the chase.
  12. You can fulfill a desire you didn’t know you had by spending money you don’t have; you can define yourself by acquisitions not paid for.
  13. Spending money creates the perception, both by the spender and observer, of having money.
  14. Money is a ubiquitous convenience to describe the “more” we want or feel we lack.
  15. As a portal to the immaterial and the intangible, inexplicable beliefs and behaviors attach to money.
  16. The ubiquitous meaning of money across all classes and cultures: choice.
  17. We often spend not according to how much money we have, or what we need, but according to how we feel.
  18. The most common money myopia is to choose a small amount of something now rather than a larger amount in the future.
  19. The antithesis of money is not poverty, but the credit card.
  20. Money gives us more of certain things, while persuading us it can give more of everything.
  21. Disliking wealthy people can keep you from becoming one.
  22. We believe that money will guarantee our expectations; we regard money as what we think it can do for us.
  23. Money can make any statement, carry any message, represent any notion.
  24. A relationship with money is more about the relationship with ourselves: our unconscious beliefs and behavior patterns.
  25. Our challenges about food and money are about energy and self-regulation.
  26. The more impoverished one’s sense of self, the more affluent is the fantasy.
  27. Fulfilling a wish creates the desire; when desires define identity, the pursuit becomes unrelenting.
  28. What do you really want when you want more money?


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