21 Habits of Rich People, Part 1

I’m gonna take three days to cover 21 of the differences between the habits of the rich and the habits of the poor. This information was compiled by Tom Corley, who wrote the book Rich Habits: The Daily Success Habits of Wealthy Individuals. When Tom was nine-years-old, his family went from being multimillionaires to broke in just one night! Once Tom got older, he spent five years studying the daily activities of 233 wealthy people and the daily activities of 128 people who were living in poverty. He discovered that there’s a difference the size of the Grand Canyon between the daily habits of the wealthy and the daily habits of the poor. During his research, he identified over 200 daily activities that separated the, “haves” from the “have-nots”. And the reason I’m sharing this with you is because one of my goals is to help you become “the haves”, to help you become rich, to help you become wealthy, to help you become successful. Now, before I share these with you, let me mention that this information applies to countries like the United States. It doesn’t necessarily apply to third-world countries. Let me also mention that this list simply illustrates that the choices you make have an impact on your life. In other words, in general, what you reap is a result of what you sow. So with this in mind, let me share a couple of habits today, and then, I’ll share the rest of them tomorrow and the next day. According to Tom Corley, 80% of the rich are focused on accomplishing some single goal, while only 12% of the poor are focused on accomplishing a single goal. Furthermore, when it comes to goals, 67% of the rich write down their goals, while only 17% of the poor write down their goals. Yes, the vast majority of the rich have goals and write them down, while very few the poor have goals and write them down. Tom’s research indicated that 81% of the rich maintain a to-do list, while only 19% of the poor maintain a to-do list. I’ll cover some more habits of the rich versus the poor tomorrow, but in the meantime, if you wanna be rich, make it a habit to set goals, write them down, and maintain a to-do list. By the way, if you’re given enough time, will your habits reveal to everybody that you are a winner?  
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Full Transcript: Hi, this is Don Howe, and the topic for this Golden Nugget is “Habits of Rich People”. This is gonna take three days to cover as I plan to share with you 21 of the differences between the habits of the rich and the habits of the poor. This information was compiled by Tom Corley, who wrote the book Rich Habits: The Daily Success Habits of Wealthy Individuals. When Tom was nine-years-old, his family went from being multimillionaires to broke in just one night! Once Tom got older, he spent five years studying the daily activities of 233 wealthy people and the daily activities of 128 people who were living in poverty. He discovered that there’s a difference the size of the Grand Canyon between the daily habits of the wealthy and the daily habits of the poor. During his research, he identified over 200 daily activities that separated the, quote unquote, “haves” from the “have-nots”. And the reason I’m sharing this with you is because one of my goals is to help you become “the haves”, to help you become rich, to help you become wealthy, to help you become successful. Now, before I share these with you, let me mention that this information applies to countries like the United States. It doesn’t necessarily apply to third-world countries. Let me also mention that this list simply illustrates that the choices you make have an impact on your life. In other words, in general, what you reap is a result of what you sow. So with this in mind, let me share a couple of habits today, and then, I’ll share the rest of them tomorrow and the next day. According to Tom Corley, 80% of the rich are focused on accomplishing some single goal, while only 12% of the poor are focused on accomplishing a single goal. Furthermore, when it comes to goals, 67% of the rich write down their goals, while only 17% of the poor write down their goals. Yes, the vast majority of the rich have goals and write them down, while very few the poor have goals and write them down. The rich even outnumber the poor 4 to 1 when it comes to very short-term goals in the form of a to-do list. Tom’s research indicated that 81% of the rich maintain a to-do list, while only 19% of the poor maintain a to-do list. I’ll cover some more habits of the rich versus the poor tomorrow, but in the meantime, if you wanna be rich, make it a habit to set goals, write them down, and maintain a to-do list. By the way, if you’re given enough time, will your habits reveal to everybody that you are a winner? Thank you for listening to this Golden Nugget by Don Howe. To learn more about Don’s free sales success system or to have a free success audio like this one sent to you each week day, please visit DonHoweSuccess.com. That’s D O N H O W E S U C C E S S .com
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