Study of Rich Habits vs. Poor Habits

I can’t verify the study, but more information can be found on this website

81% of the rich have a to-do-list; 9% of the poor do.

44% of the rich wake up 3 hours before work; 3% of the poor do.

88% of the rich read 30 minutes or more each day; 2% of the poor do.

76% of the rich exercise aerobically 4 days a week; 23% of the poor do.

70% make their children volunteer for 10 or more hours every month; 3% of the poor do

65% of the rich watch 1 hour or less of TV a day; 24% of the poor do

10% of the rich watch reality TV; 77% of the poor do

80% of the rich focus on accomplishing a specific goal; 12% of the poor do

79% of the rich network 5 hours or more each month; 16% of the poor do

6% of the rich say what’s on their mind; 69% of the poor do

74% of the rich teach good daily success habits to their children; 1% of the poor do

84% of the rich believe good habits create opportunity luck; 4% of the poor do

76% of the rich believe bad habits create detrimental luck; 9% of the poor do

Why You Need to Fail to Succeed

“The greatest mistake you can make in life is to be continually fearing you will make one.” ~ Elbert Hubbard

Arnold Schwarzenegger’s 6 Rules for Success

English: Arnold Schwarzenegger in July 2003

There is a reason Arnold Schwarzenegger, Austrian villager turned bodybuilder turned movie star turned freaking governor of California turned Austrian father of illegitimate Mexican son (the last one won’t be covered) got to where he is in life.  Six reasons, actually.

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