17 things millionaires do differently than everyone else
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- Self-made millionaires do things a little differently than everyone else.
- They allocate their time and energy differently, focusing more on personal growth, their thoughts, investments, and work.
- They also exhibit heightened levels of certain traits, like frugality, resiliency, conscientiousness, and consistency.
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Self-made millionaires didn't get to three-comma club without doing things a little differently than the rest.Various researchers who studied hundreds of self-made millionaires for several years have found that many tend to practice different habits or display heightened traits that help them build wealth. Many millionaires, for example, allocate their time differently - they spend more time focusing on personal growth, thinking, planning for investments, working, and less time sleeping.
While some of the behaviors above may also ring true for non-millionaires, millionaires often exhibit them at a stronger level and with consistency.Here's what sets millionaires apart from everyone else - besides a seven-to-nine-figure net worth.
They keep their housing costs low.Advertisement
They save a lot of their income.
They don't budget.Advertisement
They take on a side hustle.
They invest in real estate.Advertisement
They invest in low-cost index funds.
They spend more time studying and planning for future investments.Advertisement
They put more energy toward personal growth activities.
They sleep less and work more.Advertisement
They think more.
They don't follow the crowd.Advertisement
They ask for feedback.
They're resilient and persevere.Advertisement
They prioritize four relationships.
They practice consistency.Advertisement
They're more conscientious.
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