Rags To Riches Quotes

Rags To Riches Quotes by Robert Fulton, Karen Abbott, Brian Tracy, Waverley Root, Maggie Stiefvater, Diana Ross and many others.

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The American dream of rags to riches is a dream for a reason – it is hard to achieve; were everyone to do it, it wouldn’t be a dream but would rather be reality.
Robert Fulton
Gypsy [Rose Lee] is as unique as she is timeless. Her story is classic Americana, and the strangest rags-to-riches saga you’ll ever read; I like to call it Horatio Alger meets Tim Burton.
Karen Abbott
You have available to you, right now, a powerful supercomputer. This powerful tool has been used through-out history to take people from rags to riches, from poverty and obscurity to success and fame, from unhappiness and frustration to joy and self-fulfillment, and it can do the same for you.
Brian Tracy
The oat is the Horatio Alger of cereals, which progressed, if not from rags to riches, at least from weed to health food.
Waverley Root
Adam had once told Gansey, “Rags to riches isn’t a story anyone wants to hear until after it’s done.
Maggie Stiefvater
My life has often been described as ‘from rags to riches’ but in fact, the Ross’s were never raggedy.
Diana Ross
The American dream was not, at least at the beginning, a rags-to-riches type of narrow materialism.
Charles A. Reich
There is no scandal like rags, nor any crime so shameful as poverty.
George Farquhar
I got to sing solo in the junior choir when I was 10 or 11 and won a competition, and my sister’s piano playing improved to a certain level. One time my sister and I worked together. The first song we ever sang in High School was Rags to Riches by Tony Bennett.
Gordon Lightfoot
The faith that anyone could move from rags to riches – with enough guts and gumption, hard work and nose to the grindstone – was once at the core of the American Dream.
Robert Reich
Your incredible brain can take you from rags to riches, from loneliness to popularity, and from depression to happiness and joy – if you use it properly.
Brian Tracy
The ultimate idea of rags-to-riches success in America is the Hollywood movie star.
Marin Ireland
[Autobiographies] are all the same – it’s always rags-to-riches or I-slept-with-so-and-so. Damned if I’m going to say that.
Deborah Kerr
In A Midnight Carol Patricia Davis illuminates the dark and brilliant humanity of Charles Dickens — the man who lived a rags-to-riches life more remarkable than any of his stories.
Richard Lederer