Wealthy Habits vs Poor Habits – Statistical Data

These 21 points are pretty simple to understand. Which of them are you practicing. Good Post!

Dream Big, Dream Often

Dave Ramsey published a list of habits of the wealthy versus the poor.  I used it in part to compile my own list of positive life habits I wanted to adopt for myself.  I use the list from my previous post as a guide to success and kind of a mission statement to keep me in check.  Building wealth or success takes dedication beyond anything I have experienced in my life.

But as I am realizing, once you understand the formula it becomes easier to duplicate success in other areas of your life.  Millionaires will tell the story of losing millions several times over, yet start again from scratch and ascend like the pheonix.   Ever wondered how?  The answer is found in the formula I discussed in my first few posts: 1. determine what it is that you desire and state it, 2. determine what you are willing to sacrifice to get…

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At 53 years old I am starting to realize how life changes both physically and emotionally. I strive for a life of simplicity. I am winning the battle with type II diabetes, created a plan to have all debt paid off in 4 years including the house, taking advantage of every opportunity to live life to it's fullest through adventures in nature, hiking, biking, loving and learning.
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6 Responses to Wealthy Habits vs Poor Habits – Statistical Data

  1. lindamartha says:

    The correlation between wealth and health in this post is interesting to me but I can say from shifting my own diet to one that works to help combat chronic pain and inflammation that my mind has cleared up and I am better able to discern and meet my goals. I was recently able to return to work for example-after a 15 year hiatus-diet is key for me.
    I liked the article and will definitely read more on that site. Thanks for sharing it.

  2. Helen says:

    Yes, does make you think. Not that I actual think the pursuit of money is a good thing. Success, however, does come in many forms 🙂

  3. elricsfate says:

    I for one think the pursuit of money is an awesome thing. It enables all the other things I do in my life.

    For me number 11 is the most poignant. There are a lot of things you can mes up and turn around and fix. But opening your mouth can sometimes paint you in to a corner that you cannot get out of. Learning to control what you say and to whom, is a great place to start.

    • I agree. It is better to remain silent and let others believe you are a fool than to open your mouth and remove all doubt. LOL I have learned through life to become a better listener and speak only when I have something positive to say.

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