Koch Industries Co-Owner Charles Koch Quotes
Find the great quotes collection to inspire and motivate by the successful businessman who is co-owner, chairman of the board, and chief executive officer of Koch Industries Charles Koch.
- I believe my business and non-profit investments are much more beneficial to societal well-being than sending more money to Washington.
- Far too many businesses have been all too eager to lobby for maintaining and increasing subsidies and mandates paid by taxpayers and consumers.
- The role of business is to provide products and services that make people’s lives better – while using fewer resources – and to act lawfully and with integrity.
- Far too many well-connected businesses are feeding at the federal trough. By addressing corporate welfare as well as other forms of welfare, we would add a whole new level of understanding to the notion of entitlement reform.
- The role of business is to provide products and services that make peoples lives better – while using fewer resources – and to act lawfully and with integrity.
- From the beginning of time, business has cozied up to government and gotten restrictions on competition and subsidies and stuff.
- In business, real jobs profitably produce goods and services that people value more highly than their alternatives. Subsidizing inefficient jobs is costly, wastes resources, and weakens our economy.
- The easy way to make money is to get special political privilege. From the beginning of time, business has cozied up to government and gotten restrictions on competition and subsidies and stuff.
- There are now businesses and entire industries that exist solely as a result of federal patronage. Profiting from government instead of earning profits in the economy, such businesses can continue to succeed even if they are squandering resources and making products that people wouldn’t ordinarily buy.
- A truly free society is based on a vision of respect for people and what they value,
- To do meaningful work is to contribute – to create value in society.
- Any of the social changes in American history are because people thought there was injustice. We have to show that this corporate welfare and cronyism is unjust – and that it’s not only rigging the system so people get wealthy who don’t deserve to get wealthy.
- I studied what principles under-laid peace and prosperity and concluded the only way to achieve societal well-being was through a system of economic freedom.
- To make a quick buck, but over time, if you’re not creating value for others, customers, society, isn’t going to let you be around.
- People should only profit to the extent they make other peoples lives better.
- You pass a program and get people dependent on it, making it brutal to get rid of. The key is not letting it get started.
- My father wanted to instill the work ethic. And, because he knew if you don’t learn to work to be more productive to improve your efficiency, to cooperate with other people at an early age, you may never learn those habits.