Unlike ordinary people, wealthy people invest in ordinary things! At Buzzweneed, we have learned a lot about the habits of the wealthiest people in the world and we hope that these things will also give you a morale boost!
1- They don’t waste money on a brand.
Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg (Net worth: 82.9 billion USD – 2020) once explained that this helps him not to distract from global goals. He wears a gray shirt every day, because, according to his philosophy, he wants to save his life so he has to make the decisions about anything.
“I feel like I’m not doing my job if I spend any of my energy on ridiculous things in my life, so that way I can devote all my energy to building the best products and services.“
Bill Gates, also prefers cheap things. He wears a “Casio Illuminator W214H-1AB wristwatch“, which costs $24. The billionaire himself talks about how much it cost.
Walmart CEO Doug McMillon too with his “Citizen Skyhawk“. This particular Citizen Skyhawk sells on amazon between $550 and $600 USD.
Furthermore, when Steve Jobs founded Apple he used to wear Seiko Chariot. Seiko, in March of 2017, reissued the watch for a price of $180 USD.
2. They don’t eat junk food.
Tony Robbins (American author) has a net worth of $500 million. But he doesn’t spend it on grilled steaks or expensive wine, he permanently follows a healthy diet that gets him through his 16-hour workdays.
According to his trainer, Robbins takes his breakfast with coconut bread and eggs, a large avocado salad for lunch, and for dinner, he eats potatoes and vegetables.
3. They keep using daily to-do lists.
In his popular book, Rich Habits: The Daily Success Habits of Wealthy Individuals, Thomas C. Corley specifies the differences between the habits of the poor and the rich. He indicates that 19% of poor people vs 81% of the wealthy maintain an action list (to-do list).
Thomas believes that this is one of the significant habits of wealthy people. The list should contain things that have a chance of completion closer to 80% during a day. Then in the evening, you have to analyze the results.
4. They wake up early.
Thomas C. Corley says in his researches that 44% of the rich people wake up 3 hours before the beginning of workday vs 3% of the poor.
It sounds to be painful but you start your workday positively by reading and Doing sports in order to gain a sense of optimism and productivity before the sun comes up
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5. Finally, They invest in relationships.
Thomas C. Corley has another good point. He estimates that 79% of successful businessmen spend, each month, an average of 5 hours on networking. that means staying closer to other successful people who share their best ideas and their experiences with them.
Networking with others in your industry will give you knowledge of those who have already made mistakes that they can get rid of, in order to protect themselves.
Here is the Corley’s book link if you want to buy it :