Develop your own millionaire habits
The Chronicle’s Business blog / Jerry Bellune |
Thomas C. Corley spent 5 years studying wealthy people. He found that they practice many of the same daily habits, such as reading, exercising, sleeping at least 7 hours a night and taking time to think. They make choices about who they spend time with, the goals they pursue and who they turn to for advice. “Habits dictate how successful you will be in life,” he wrote in his book “Change Your Habits, Change Your Life.” All habits can be changed, Corley said. Here are a few habits of these millionaires that you can start developing today.
• Read and or listen to audio books. Be educated, not just entertained. 88% of rich people devote 30 minutes or more a day to self-education. They read biographies of successful people, personal development and history.
• Exercise. 76% of the rich aerobically exercise 30 minutes or more a day. Aerobic exercise includes anything cardio-focused, such as running, jogging, walking or biking. Cardio is good for your body and brain. It grows your neurons (brain cells) and increases your glucose (brain fuel). The more you feed your brain cells, the smarter you become. We share such ideas in “Maverick Entrepreneurs’ Million Dollar Strategies.” For a $20 personally autographed copy, contact us at 803-359-7633.
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