45 Brilliant Quotes from Money Master the Game

Tony Robbins is a bestselling author, entrepreneur, and philanthropist. Rated as the nations #1 top life and business strategist, Robbins has spent almost four decades hosting a variety of corporate and personal development events. For his latest book, here is a look at some of the best quotes from ‘Money Master the Game.’

“And this real-world approach is called the dollar-weighted return.”

“As the saying goes, if what you learn leads to knowledge, you become a fool; but if what you learn leads to action, you can become wealthy.”

“Corny as it may sound, the secret to living is giving.”

“Disappointment can drive us, or it can defeat us.”

“Do you tend to focus more on what you can control or what you can’t control?”

“Execution will trump knowledge every day of the week.”


“He taught me that everything we create in our lives starts with thought.”

“I’m sick and tired of hearing from all these “experts” who tell us what to do, but haven’t produced results in their own lives.”

“If you couldn’t pass on any of your financial wealth to your children, but only a set of principles, what would they be?”

“If you lose 50%, it takes 100% to get back to where you started—and that takes something you can never get back: time.”

“If you want to look for obstacles, what’s wrong is always available. But so is what’s right!”

“Information without execution is poverty. Remember: we’re drowning in information, but we’re starving for wisdom.”

“It’s not conditions but decisions that determine our lives.”

“It’s the secret to wealth, remember? Do more for others than anybody else does.”

“Let’s start by admitting that human beings don’t always act rationally.”

“Life isn’t about waiting for the storm to pass; it’s about learning to dance in the rain. It’s about removing the fear in this area of your life so you can focus on what matters most.”

“Man is only great when he acts from passion.”

“Meaning does not come from what you get, it comes from what you give. Ultimately, what you get will never make you happy long term. But who you become and what you contribute will.”

“Meaning equals emotion and emotion equals life.”

“Much of our life is guided by the beliefs we develop over the course of time; the story we create about what life’s about, how we’re supposed to be, what we’re supposed to do or give.”

“No matter how difficult our situation may be, there are always people who are suffering more.”

“Only way to become wealthy, and stay wealthy, is to find a way to do more for others than anyone else is doing in an area that people really value.”

“Remember pensions? A promise of a never-ending income for life? They’ve become relics.”

“Remember, the goal is to take emotion out of investing because emotion is what so often destroys investing success, whether it’s greed or fear.”

“Remember: we all get what we tolerate. So stop tolerating excuses within yourself, limiting beliefs of the past, or half-assed or fearful states. Use your body as a tool to snap yourself into a place of sheer will, determination, and commitment. Face your challenges head on with the core belief that problems are just speed bumps on the road to your dreams. And from that place, when you take massive action—with an effective and proven strategy—you will rewrite your history.”

“Remember: we’re drowning in information, but we’re starving for wisdom.”

“Success leaves clues. People who succeed at the highest level are not lucky; they’re doing something differently than everyone else does.”

“Surprise, the returns reported by mutual funds aren’t actually earned by investors.”

“The best way to change your life is to find people who’ve already achieved what you want and then model their behavior.”

“The business of business was not just to make a profit but also to do good—to do good while doing well.”

“The fastest way to feel connection, a sense of how significant your life is, a deep sense of certainty and variety, and put yourself in a state where you can give to others, is to find a way each day to appreciate more and expect less.”

“The quality of my life was the quality of my questions.”

“The race of life is a marathon, not a sprint.”

“The real joy in life comes from finding your true purpose and aligning it with what you do every single day.”

“The secret to living is giving.”

“The secret to wealth is simple: Find a way to do more for others than anyone else does. Become more valuable. Do more. Give more. Be more. Serve more.”

“There’s an awful lot of luck relative to skill. Investing is 95% luck and 5% skill. And maybe if I’m wrong, it’s 98 and 2.”

“To those souls who will never settle for less than they can be, do, share, and give.”

“We already know that owning the market beats 96% of all the mutual fund “stock pickers” over a sustained period.”

“What matters is that you master money and it doesn’t master you. Then you are free to live life on your own terms.”

“When you seek Significance, you’re always comparing yourself with someone else. And there’s always someone bigger, taller, stronger, faster, richer, funnier, younger, more handsome, more beautiful, with a bigger yacht, a nicer car, a nicer home.”

“Which do you tend to focus on more—what you have or what’s missing from your life?”

“You can be rich by having more than you need, or by needing less than you have.”

“You either master money, or, on some level, money masters you!”

“You’re already a financial trader. You might not think of it in just this way, but if you work for a living,
you’re trading your time for money. Frankly, it’s just about the worst trade you can make. Why? You can always get more money, but you can’t get more time.”

Brendon Burchard sits down and interviews Tony Robbins as they discuss his new book, ‘Money: Master the Game.’ Check out this interview as Robbins discuss the seven simple steps to financial freedom.

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