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Muhammad Yunus Quote: “I had only immediate things today, only today, not tomorrow. I don’t know what will happen tomorrow. Today I can see myself like crystal.”
Muhammad Yunus Quote: “If we are looking for one single action which will enable the poor to overcome their poverty, I would focus on credit.”
Muhammad Yunus Quote: “I was an economist now turning into a human being – as if these are two different things. I don’t know but I did that and then I had no vision.”
Muhammad Yunus Quote: “When you say vision you have a track that this is what I would like to say.”
Muhammad Yunus Quote: “If we want to help poor people out, one way to do that is to help them explore and use their own capability. Human being is full of capacity full of capability, is a wonderful creation. But many people never get a chance to explore that, never, no that she nor he has that.”
Muhammad Yunus Quote: “Poor people always pay back their loans. It’s us, the creators of institutions and rules, who keep creating trouble for them.”
Muhammad Yunus Quote: “Poverty is unnecessary.”
Muhammad Yunus Quote: “I was teaching in one of the universities while the country was suffering from a severe famine. People were dying of hunger, and I felt very helpless. As an economist, I had no tool in my tool box to fix that kind of situation.”
Muhammad Yunus Quote: “I avoid grandiose plans. I start with a small piece that I can do. I go to the root of the problem and then work around it. It’s building brick by brick.”
Muhammad Yunus Quote: “There is no room in the economic literature for people making a living through self-employment, finding way to develop goods or services that they sell directly to those who need them. But in the real world, that’s what you see the poor doing everywhere.”
Muhammad Yunus Quote: “People need such a small amount of money to deal with their own daily life. Because wherever I went to school they taught me about millions of dollars. I dealt with billions of dollars in national plans and investment plans and so on. Not this tiny money, $27 for 42 people.”
Muhammad Yunus Quote: “I think, social business is the most logical thing to do. If we had done that, we could reduce all the problems we have.”
Muhammad Yunus Quote: “Civilization has given us enormous successes: going to the moon, technology. But then this is the civilisation that took us to debt, environmental crisis, every single crisis. We need a civilization where we say goodbye to these things.”
Muhammad Yunus Quote: “I profoundly believer, as Grammen’s experience over twenty years has shown, that personal gains is not the only possible fuel for free enterprise. Social goals can replace greed as a powerful motivational force. Social-consciousness-driven enterprises can be formidable competitors for the greed-based enterprises. I believe that if we play our cards right, social-consciousness-driven enterprises can do very well in the marketplace.”
Muhammad Yunus Quote: “When you can hold the world in your palm and see it from a bird’s eye view, you tend to become arrogant – you do not realize that when looking from such a great distance, everything becomes blurred, and that you end up imagining rather than really seeing things.”
Muhammad Yunus Quote: “The poor,” I said, “are very creative. They know how to earn a living and how to change their lives.”
Muhammad Yunus Quote: “In the United States I saw how the market liberates the individual and allows people to be free to make personal choices.”
Muhammad Yunus Quote: “Human beings are extremely creative and resilient, especially when they are operating within an institutional framework that encourages and supports their actions.”
Muhammad Yunus Quote: “By the time the war was over, Bangladesh was a devastated country. The economy was shattered. Millions of people needed to be rehabilitated. I knew that I had to return home and participate in the work of nation building. I thought I owed it to myself.”
Muhammad Yunus Quote: “All they need is opportunity.”
Muhammad Yunus Quote: “Analyses of the causes of poverty focus largely on why some countries are poor rather than on why certain segments of the population live below the poverty line.”
Muhammad Yunus Quote: “When a crisis is at its deepest, it can offer a huge opportunity. When things fall apart, we can redesign, recast, and rebuild.”
Muhammad Yunus Quote: “Mother always put money away for any poor relatives who visited us from distant villages. It was she, by her concern for the poor and the disadvantaged, who helped me discover my interest in economics and social reform. Mother.”
Muhammad Yunus Quote: “To me, it doesn’t make sense. The poorest of the poor work twelve hours a day. They need to sell and earn income to eat. They have every reason to pay you back, just to take another loan and live another day! That is the best security you can have – their life.” The manager shook his head. “You are an idealist, Professor. You live with books and theories.” “But.”
Muhammad Yunus Quote: “I would define development by focusing on the quality of life of the lower 25 percent of the population. This.”
Muhammad Yunus Quote: “I try to kind of enlightened my frustration and agony by coming to the conclusion that I may not be useful as an economist but I m still a basic human being. I can juts go out and stand next to human being. And see if there s anything I can do to another person. Even for a day if it is help pay for more a day I feel more a little bit better.”
Muhammad Yunus Quote: “I thought, if you can become an angel for 27 dollars. It would be fun to do more of it.”
Muhammad Yunus Quote: “Human beings are not just workers, consumers, or even entrepreneurs. They are also parents, children, friends, neighbors, and citizens. They worry about their families, care about the communities where they live, and think a lot about their reputations and their relationships with others. For.”
Muhammad Yunus Quote: “The able-bodied poor don’t want or need charity. The dole only increases their misery, robs them of incentive and, more important, of self-respect.”
Muhammad Yunus Quote: “There are many ways for people to die, but somehow dying of starvation is the most unacceptable of all. It happens in slow motion. Second by second, the distance between life and death becomes smaller and smaller, until the two are in such close proximity that one can hardly tell the difference.”
Muhammad Yunus Quote: “Human beings are much more complex than just being instruments for making money.”
Muhammad Yunus Quote: “Yes, they will. They do. Unlike the rich, the poor can’t risk not repaying. This is the only chance they have.” The.”
Muhammad Yunus Quote: “In Bangladesh, if a woman, even a rich woman, wants to borrow money from a bank, the manager will ask her, ‘Did you discuss this with your husband?’ And if she answers, ‘Yes,’ the manager will say, ‘Is he supportive of your proposal?’ If the answer is still, ‘Yes,’ he will say, ‘Would you please bring your husband along so that we can discuss it with him?’ But no manager would ever ask a prospective male borrower whether he has discussed the idea of a loan.”
Muhammad Yunus Quote: “Nothing is quite as beautiful as farmers harvesting their rice.”
Muhammad Yunus Quote: “We need to recognize the real human being and his or her multifaceted desires. In order to do that, we need a new type of business that pursues goals other than making personal profit – a business that is totally dedicated to solving social and environmental problems. In.”
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