profit Quotes

11 of the best book quotes about profit
“What shall it profit a man if he gains the whole world—and loses his health?”
“The most important thing in life is not to capitalize on your gains. Any fool can do that. The really important thing is to profit from your losses.”
“At the onset of the Civil War, our stolen bodies were worth four billion dollars, more than all of American industry, all of American railroads, workshops, and factories combined, and the prime product rendered by our stolen bodies — cotton — was America’s primary export.”
“You cannot forget how ... they transfigured our very bodies into sugar, tobacco, cotton, and gold.”
“Since 1980, the tonnage of potatoes grown in Idaho has almost doubled, while the average yield per acre has risen by nearly 30 percent. But the extraordinary profits being made from the sale of french fires have barely trickled down to the farmers.”
“Alas, alas, what misery to be wise When wisdom profits nothing!”
“Practical knowledge is the ultimate commodity, and is what will pay you dividends for decades to come.”
“They had learned to speak, and so had won their first great victory over Time. Now the knowledge of one generation could be handed on to the next, so that each age could profit from those that had gone before. ”
“Speaking through social media isn’t really speaking at all. Context is applied to what you say after you say it, for someone else’s purposes and profit.”
“If they can sell ten thousand boxes of chocolates in other years, why not twenty thousand this year? And these are special chocolates, Archie. High profit. A special deal.”
“I believe in the power of connections, not just between people but between passion and productivity, between value and profit, between authenticity and purpose, and ultimately between your heart and your wallet.”
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