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"Every person is the architect of their own fortune"

- Jordan Belfort

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This quote by Jordan Belfort stresses the value of taking duty for one's own life. It suggests that everyone has the power to shape their own fate and produce their own success. It indicates that the options we make and the actions we take will identify our future. It motivates us to take ownership of our lives and to be proactive in developing the life we desire. It also suggests that we need to not rely on luck or external aspects to accomplish our goals, however rather that we need to take control of our own lives and make our own luck. Ultimately, this quote encourages us to take obligation for our own lives and to be the designers of our own fortune.

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Jordan Belfort This quote is written / told by Jordan Belfort somewhere between July 9, 1962 and today. He was a famous Author from USA. The author also have 18 other quotes.

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