It may seem intimidating and downright scary.
It is indeed a different world but come to think of it; it does makes sense that rich people get richer because they make choices also entirely different from ours. I was once asked by a friend how come rich people only marry the wealthy and poor people only marry the poor. They are even friends with their own kind. It has something to do with the fact that they move in their respective circles; hence, they end up marrying someone within the circle.
The same thing is true when it comes to the choices rich people make. It is the time we take a step farther from the comfort zone and try to make the choices they make and see how it goes. I am not saying we should live beyond our means or adapt a lifestyle we cannot afford. I only meant that we should do the things that could help us develop the same thing rich people do to make them rich and richer.
You know, it might work for us, too. Read on below to find out more choices rich people make every day.
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11 choices rich people make that the rest of us don’t
Rich people think and act differently than the rest of us. They aren’t born with this “rich mentality” — they learn how and then choose to think and act this way.
In T. Harv Eker’s bestselling book, “Secrets of the Millionaire Mind,” the self-made millionaire identifies specific choices the wealthiest people make on a daily basis that most of us fail to emulate.
Here are 11 of them, with commentary from Eker’s bestseller:
Rich people choose to be in control of their success.
Rich people choose to think big.
Rich people choose to commit to attaining wealth.
Rich people choose to focus on opportunities.
Rich people choose to play to win.
Rich people choose to hang out with other rich people.
Rich people choose not to be derailed by their problems.
Rich people choose to focus on their net worth.
Rich people choose to get paid based on results.
Rich people choose to manage their money.
Rich people choose to constantly learn and grow.
–by Kathleen Elkins
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