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7 Bad Habits That Can Make You Rich And Successful

You could be more successful in life even with with bad habits


For many high-income people, generating wealth is a way of life that they choose to embrace every day.


 But if you look more closely, you will see that he has adopted some of the most amazing habits and qualities that set him apart from the average person.


To a great extent, if you want to be exceptionally rich and successful, you have to think and act differently from other people. These habits may be simple, but the effects are permanent, and they will let you go beyond the pack.


So to change yourself, do what others have done differently. Here are some unexpected features of the rich that can help you accelerate your success.


 1. Be "Slow"


Bill Gates once said that he would "choose a lazy person to work hard. Because a lazy person would find an easy way to do it."


Even popular Nobel laureate Richard Thaler has been described by a colleague as "slow" and says the standard has given him the ability to separate himself from the things that really separate him from his overall development. She does. I do not participate.


The term "slow" may sound negative, but some of those who are considered slow are actually those who are constantly innovating to come up with more effective solutions.


The goal is to work smarter, not harder.


2. Be Lazy

 Whether you are looking for financial or personal success, it is a rumor that you may not find it overnight. In fact, leaders have to hold the opposite view. For example, when it comes to investing, they usually reap the rewards of blending and long-term outlook rather than taking the next hot stock.


As Warren Buffett once said, "Someone is sitting in the shade today because someone planted a tree a long time ago."


 Similarly, when it comes to personal and career success, focus on ultra-successful goals rather than extreme accuracy. They break their ideas in the footsteps of actionable children, so they can do something every day to turn their dreams into reality.


3. Strong criticism


Negatives can hurt, but mega-successful people are surprisingly hungry for criticism and honest opinion, as they use it to improve their performance.


Criticism can be on a very superficial level, but it is a rare feature because anyone is actually able to join and move beyond it. However, the reaction is incredibly personal, and it can severely damage your ego. But if you start getting feedback from other people, no matter how much it stings, you will see how it can help you improve things.


 4.Saying no opportunities

We try to think of mega successful people who are hungry for new opportunities. Conversely, business opportunities are like buses - there is always another!


Being greedy with your time is not a bad thing if it means checking priorities and identifying who really matters. It takes you a lot of time. To end your system and systems and focus on your top priorities. Make the most of your time and energy.


5. Over spending


"You have to spend money to make money," right? It is easy to match rich people with flashy sports cars and havelis. However, if you take a look at self-made billionaires and billionaires, you will find that they are usually not big spenders. Mark Zuckerberg, for example, is worth 70 billion and drives a Volkswagen Jetta.


Successful people are in control of almost every single moment of their lives. They try to increase their wealth on a daily basis and use it for future endeavors rather than wasting it on "latest needs".


6. Too much failure.

"It is impossible to survive without failing at something, unless you can live so carefully that you probably cannot survive at all - in that case, you will automatically survive." - JK Rowling


Failure is one thing that most of us try to avoid as much as possible. However, real innovators simply do not accept that it is part of the process. Their goal is to fail by setting regular "impossible" goals.


You need to accept that failure is necessary for development. If you have big dreams and the challenge is constant (I hope you do!), You have to take some chances. Failure is possible, but know that if you fall you can get back up.


7. Do not try to be better than everyone


It is a common misconception that the goal of the most successful people is to do better than what others already do. Instead of trying to recover, they flare into their sadness and thus, experience greater failure.


"When you innovate, you have to be ready to tell everyone that you're a nut," says Oracle CEO Larry Ellison.


When I started my firm, most people called me crazy. Some people even laugh on my face. When I knew I was on something. You will have equal rights for most billionaire fire fighters.


Don't be afraid to embrace fear and ignore the dirty feet that come your way.


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