“I am the most miserable man on earth.”—John Jacob Astor, America’s first multimillionaire and richest man in America at the time of his death on the Titanic.
“I have made many millions, but they have brought me no happiness.”—John D. Rockefeller, Founder of Standard Oil Company and the richest man in America at the time of his death.
“The care of $200 million is enough to kill anyone. There is no pleasure in it.”—W.H. Vanderbilt
“Millionaires seldom smile.”—Andrew Carnegie
“I was happier when I was doing a mechanics job.”—Henry Ford