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Millionaires allocate their time and energy differently from others and exhibit certain traits, like frugality and resiliency, to build wealth.
I spent 5 years studying rich people, and I can tell you they’re laser-focused on building the type of relationships anyone can seek
I found wealthy people focus on building what I like to call Power Relationships. These people are optimistic, success-minded, and influential.
Millionaires make important choices about who they spend their time with, what goals they pursue, and who they turn to for advice.
A man who interviewed 177 self-made millionaires says they all started with the same savings strategy
Thomas C. Corley, who wrote "Change Your Habits, Change Your Life," found millionaires all started with the goal of saving 10% to 20% of their income.
7 bad habits that will keep you from getting rich, according to a man who studied over 200 millionaires
Through his interviews, Thomas C. Corley was able to identify dozens of daily behaviors that contributed to or inhibited a person's success.
9 facts that will make you think differently about wealth, from a man who interviewed over 200 millionaires
Financial success is available to almost anyone who is willing to save diligently, invest prudently, work hard, and maintain good habits.
I spent 5 years analyzing how rich people get rich — and found there are generally 4 paths to wealth
I spent five years interviewing millionaires, trying to figure out how they amassed their wealth. After analyzing my research, I had some idea.
I interviewed over 200 millionaires, and about half of them followed the same straightforward path to wealth
About half of the millionaires followed the same path to wealth: They lived below their means, saved consistently, invested, and gave it time.
People always ask me how much money it takes to be wealthy, and after studying millionaires for 5 years I know what to tell them
The most accurate answer is that you're rich when your non-work, passive income equals or exceed your living expenses.