There are habits you think rich people will never do, but in fact they are the way they make a lot of money.
There are habits you think rich people will never do, but in fact they are the way they can make a lot of money.
Many people think that they will never get rich because they do not have a good starting point, know how to invest wisely, know how to do good business, etc. However, rich people really do not just earn money in those ways. Sometimes, it is the smallest habits that help them save every dollar to accumulate wealth gradually. They are so simple that no rich person will reveal it to the outside.
You will be surprised how much the rich person has in common with me.
“We live thrifty, and proud of that.”
When you open the newspaper and see the discount coupons, it’s like looking at the USD sheets … That’s how I grew up. Why not?
– Actress Hilary Swank
“I think, not spending money is like making money.”
If I save $ 2,000 by not setting a business class seat, that’s like someone paying me $ 2,000. If you have to sit in an uncomfortable chair for 3 hours in exchange for $ 2,000, will you do it?
– A successful surgeon in Boston
“I withdraw money at an ATM once a week and spend everything in cash”
That way, we are forced to spend money within the limit. I can only spend the money in my pocket. I even turned it into a game, by withdrawing less than 20 USD each week to see how long I could live with the minimum amount of money.
– Alan Corey – author of “A Million Bucks by 30”
“We hate wasting”
I still collect small pieces of soap and combine them into a big cake. I still squeeze the toothpaste until I’m exhausted. I grow my own vegetables to eat.
– August Turak, founder of two reputable software companies, authored “Business Secrets of the Trappist Monk”
“We invest in sudden opportunities.”
In the spring of 2012, I read in Wall Street Journals that the Talbots fashion company was about to be acquired. However, after the deal was completed, its stock fell nearly 50% in just one day. Taking the opportunity, I bought more shares worth US $ 5,000 right then. After that, their value increased by 50% and that was when I sold it
– Attorney at a reputable law firm in Washington D.C.
“We don’t give up until we get a job.”
I once went to see a customer service manager at Dell to fix a computer with a warranty that has expired. The next day, I was sent a completely new one. If you’re willing to go to the place in charge of the problem, chances are you’ll meet someone who specifically solves your complaint and fixes the problem.
– August Turak – successful businessman, famous speaker, perennial writer of Forbes and BBC
“We take risks to succeed”
In the 1990s, when I was working at AOL Internet Services, the company cut more than 300 people. I was one of them. At that time, the Titanic film was playing. So I risked taking a loan and printing 500 T-shirts printed with the words “It’s sunk. Forget it.” If I don’t sell those shirts, I’m already homeless. Within 6 hours, I sold 500 shirts and earned $ 5,000. After that, I called USA Today newspaper and told this story to them. In the next 2 months, I sold 10,000 more shirts on the web and earned $ 100,000. That was the first company I founded.
– Peter Shankman, entrepreneur, author of many books on success and enrichment
“We are always careful when giving gifts to family and friends”
About 72% of wealthy families – those with more than $ 250,000 invested – always think that their children should pay part of their college tuition. ⅓ of them said that students should contribute half of the tuition fees.
– Follow a survey of 1,000 upscale families conducted by property manager Legg Mason in 2012
“We don’t spend too much time in suits.”
In about 5 years, I only bought 3 suits. I have 10 sets and that’s all I need.
– T. Boone Pickens, oil millionaire
“Our neighbors are billionaires, but you will never realize”
The wealthy people will actually rarely wear expensive clothes, buy the latest handbags, or drive super cars. You will see a lot of people living in houses that cost $ 10 million but only 10 years old Toyota cars.
– Successful cosmetologist in Boston
“When buying goods, ask yourself:‘ Where does that store come from? ‘”
We want to use organic food, but the price is always expensive. Therefore, I thought: “Where does this store come from?” After researching, we contacted the wholesaler, found out the order request. Each application must be worth at least 250 USD. Therefore, we collected the application from our friends and arranged to give it to them on our way.
– Jerrod Sessler, founder and CEO of HomeTask, businessman, former NASCAR motor racing driver