Suze Orman On Success

Suze Orman on Success

Suze Orman describes  our ever-changing environment this way:

“There is a new reality out there—a new normal.

What was once certain—that you would be able to retire comfortably, that you would pay for your kids’ education, that your home would appreciate in value—is no longer an absolute.

Much has changed on the financial landscape.  It’s hard to know which moves are the right moves.”

Suze Orman‘s  talks straight and she goes right to the heart of how people can get ahead in any day and age.

Eight Qualities of Wealthy Women described by Suze Orman:

  1. – Harmony
  2. – Balance
  3. – Wisdom
  4. – Courage
  5. – Generosity
  6. – Happiness
  7. – Cleanliness
  8. – Beauty

 Why Does Suze Orman describe these 8 qualities as “Top Qualities”

  • Thoughts create destiny
  • Words create actions
  • Actions create destiny

Fear keeps you from acting – Take action to quiet that fear.  Suze Orman states emphatically,

“Don’t turn your back on the battlefield – Take action!”

When you are empowered by what you are giving, you are being generous.  Be as generous to yourself as you are to others.

According to Suze Orman:

Charging a gift for someone is – NOT–  being generous.

It is not going to make you happy to incur extra debt.  That is not being generous.

That is selfishly ignoring your own financial needs for instant gratification.

“Be clean, in your surroundings, your work area, your automobile, your space so that you invite wealth into your life,” says Suze Orman.

Suze Orman in Conclusion:

“Inner beauty and strength give you inner confidence.  Know your own worth and power and in that you create wisdom, hence beauty and strength.”

Times have changed and the rules have changed, but financial security is still the goal.  Learn how you can get there!

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“Courage doesn’t always roar. Sometimes courage is the little voice at the end of the day that says I will try again tomorrow.” ~ Mary Ann Radmacher


  1. Hi Priya- The population are NEVER going to be all in the same financial situation. That will NEVER happen and it has been that way since time has been recorded. Your philanthropic goals are wonderful ad I applaud you, but as one extremely intelligent business person I know said once, ” . . . To help the masses living in poverty, you must first be able to buy a plane ticket.” Giving someone a hand up is completely different than giving them a hand out. I wish you every success!

  2. I appreciate your concerns. I grew up in a rural area, where poverty was very common. I’m afraid, however, that each of us is best suited to write what they know. I highly doubt that a person reading this blog will be able to use absolutely everything written here.
    Instead of trying to write each article for everyone, I target individual articles to different groups. This particular article happens to be written for teenagers and college students who work jobs that provide discretionary income.
    I hope to write something for the group you mention however, as I’m sure you’re aware, there are no easy answers. If there were, it wouldn’t be an actual problem.
    No matter what, though, I believe the basic principle of personal finance applies to everyone.
    You can only get ahead if you can find a way to live on less than you earn, and put away the rest into some sort of savings.
    I hope I can someday get to the point where I can help the truly impoverished to help themselves. I’m working my way there, I suppose, but starting with what I know.

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