Words Of Wisdom From My Father…

 

One liners – some of these words are quotes from the famous, and some are his own:

Walk with kings, but never lose the common touch.

Live below your means.

Pay yourself first.

Never let anyone manage your money.

Don’t wear your religion on your sleeve.  (not sure what this one means)

Clothes proclaim the man.

Ah, to see ourselves as others see us.

A friend in need is a friend in deed.

Tell the truth – it’s the best way.

I judge a man’s character by how he plays golf and poker.

You’ll never win an argument with a customer – he’ll just take his business elsewhere.

Collect the money without dispersing the customer.

My work is play and my play is work.

The dart board method is just as good as a mutual fund, but less expensive.

Nobody can slow down the great engine of American enterprise (he was an optimist)

Never put off for tomorrow that which you can do today.

We are all flawed.

There’s always someone trying to separate you  from your money.

A fool and his money are soon parted.

There’s no time like the present.

A man’s home is his castle.

I’m sure there were more, and if I remember them, I’ll update the list.

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