Farrah Gray Quotes
Farrah Gray (born Farrakhan Muhammad) is an American businessman, investor, philanthropist, author, columnist, and motivational speaker.
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We have to learn to face our fears and push ourselves. If you're living on earth and you're not living on the edge, you're taking up too much room. When you push past the fear and realize that what you feared was not a big deal, you gain more confidence.
My grandma used to make syrup for us because we couldn't afford it and I just played around with her recipe. I made strawberry syrup and that didn't really work out but I made strawberry-vanilla and that sold. Then I just went out and took marketing classes, went to seminars, learned about marketing a product and striking deals. It ended up taking orders of $1.5 million.
I believe that my personal mission in life is to grow and contribute, so I am learning and growing every day.
It is not possible to erase racism just because African-Americans have reached a level of financial success and crossover appeal.
American economy is tricky. If you stay in the game you're in a good position for the upswing. If you're not in the game you can't win.
If you make too many things too public, then you end up living your life before the court of public opinion.
In life we don't get what we want, we get in life what we are. If we want more we have to be able to be more, in order to be more you have to face rejection.
Money lets you enjoy the finer things of life, but it doesn't change who you are. It magnifies and brings into fruition the things that you want to hide most. It is a mask for insecurities as well.
Success isn't something that happens overnight: it's a process. You have to nurture it along with continuous care, and the best way to do this is to have the right people working with you - not for you, but with you. I can dream alone and strive alone, but true success always requires the help and support of others.