We’d like to end our special project with a couple of good habits that distinguish rich people from poor ones
PaySpace Magazine has just finished its special project about the richest and most famous people of the world, where they share their success secrets and habits that have helped them to reach great fortune and unprecedented power.
PaySpace Magazine wishes you every success. We hope you will reach your goals for 2019, and it would be great if top 10 Forbes men’s tips and advice could facilitate this process somehow.
Let’s remember who we were talking about and what they advised:
- Jeff Bezos;
- Bill Gates;
- Amancio Ortega;
- Elon Musk;
- Warren Buffet;
- Mark Zuckerberg;
- Carlos Slim Helu;
- Charles Koch;
- Richard Branson;
- Larry Ellison.
We’d like to end our special project with a couple of good habits that distinguish rich people from poor ones:
1. Early wake up
Typically, most of the successful and rich people are early risers. The ones who changed their schedules admit that waking up early is a wonderful thing and there is no other way to live a fulfilling life than wake up early. 5-6 in the morning is the time when you inspire and gain the energy of the waking world.
Mark Twain once said:
“The man who does not read has no advantage over the man who cannot read.”
And this is a holy truth. Try to replace useless pastimes (TV, PC, etc) with reading books (preferably proper ones).
3. Work out
The lack of an active life can lead to energy stagnation, which in its turn may lead to deterioration in health. Working out is one of the major habits of a rich man.
Therefore, if today you do not have time for physical exercise, it is highly possible that tomorrow you’ll be compelled to find time for illness. Remember, your achievements and success are directly related to your health.
4. Practice every single day
Have you heard about the 10,000 hours rule? There are a lot of skeptics about it, but anyway, the more you practice, the better skills you’ll have. Furthermore, what is luck? Probably, it is a place and time, where practice and skills meet opportunity and possibility. Wise people say that great results consist of a combination of practice (90%) and talent (10%). Moreover, talent is not able to survive without practice, but practice can survive without talent.
- Walt Disney needed a loan for the Disneyland launching, and only the 303rd bank approached agreed to give it.
- Steve McCurry has taken more than 1M pictures over a period of 35 years before his “The Afghan Girl” shot was recognized as a masterpiece.
- No less than 134 publishers declined the book “Chicken Soup for the Soul” by Jack Canfield and Victor Hansen before it became an unprecedented bestseller.
- Thomas Edison made 10,000 unsuccessful attempts before he invented the light bulb. The most interesting about this is how he called this process: “I have not failed. I’ve just found 10,000 ways that won’t work.”
Do you see the pattern?