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Suze: All right. Next it would be my recommendation to you, I don’t care what anyone says, to get an agent. If you can make a living by getting an agent—you know, selling a book, selling a TV show, whatever it is...those are things at least you have to try.

Nadya: I guess I have a fear of how they’re going to perceive me. I don’t want people to think I’m overly confident.

Suze: What do you care? Listen, they already think you’re crazy, you got that?

Nadya: But I’m not.

Suze: Everybody thinks you’re crazy for having eight kids. You know it, and I know it.

Nadya: Right. I agree.

Suze: So you have to change what you say to yourself without feeling like, "Oh my God, I'm going to be exploiting my children," because the other side of that coin as you talk to me today is, is it better to do something with them and put them on television? I’m just asking. Or is it better to have them on the street, not being fed?

Nadya: Right.

Suze: You sitting on the streets with 14 kids around you. We have to go there. Because remember the power lies in you being able to know the truth.
FROM: Money Powerhouse Suze Orman's Intervention with Octomom Nadya Suleman
Published on January 14, 2011

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