Charles M. Schwab Quotes

Who the Heck is Charles M. Schwab?

American steel magnate.

Born February 18, 1862
Died September 18, 1939

Books by Charles M. Schwab


Best 15 Quotes by Charles M. Schwab

“A man to carry on a successful business must have imagination. He must see things in a vision, a dream of the whole thing.”

Charles M. Schwab

“A man who trims himself to suit everybody will soon whittle himself away.”

Charles M. Schwab

“A person can succeed at almost anything for which they have unlimited enthusiasm.”

Charles M. Schwab

“A woman worries about the future until she gets a husband, while a man never worries about the future until he gets a wife.”

Charles M. Schwab

“Lead the life that will make you kindly and friendly to everyone about you, and you will be surprised what a happy life you will lead.”

Charles M. Schwab

“Nothing is more fatal to success than taking one's job as a matter of course.”

Charles M. Schwab

“One of the most successful men I have known never carried a watch until he began to earn ten thousand dollars a year.”

Charles M. Schwab

“Personality is to a man what perfume is to a flower.”

Charles M. Schwab

“Science will cure unemployment.”

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“The difference between getting somewhere and nowhere is the courage to make an early start. The fellow who sits still and does just what he is told will never be told to do big things.”

Charles M. Schwab

“The man who counts his hours and kicks about his salary is a self-elected failure.”

Charles M. Schwab

“There's no limit possible to the expansion of each one of us.”

Charles M. Schwab

“When a man has put a limit on what he will do, he has put a limit on what he can do.”

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“Young men may enjoy dropping their work at five or six o'clock and slipping into a dress suit for an evening of pleasure; but the habit has certain drawbacks.”

Charles M. Schwab

“I have yet to find the man, however exalted his station, who did not do better work and put forth greater effort under a spirit of approval than under a spirit of criticism.”

Charles M. Schwab