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4 Signs that show you will be a millionaire

The following signs are facets exhibited by almost all millionaires, so if you are exhibiting these signs, there is a high probability that you will become a millionaire.

1. You're open-minded

The person with a "closed" mind on any subject rarely makes progress, "writes Hill. On the other hand, the richest and most successful people constantly seek acknowledgment and alternatives for improvement. This is why so many business leaders, including billionaire Richard Branson, say that they never "made it" despite their great success.

2. Surrounding yourself with high achievers

"You are just as successful as those you associate with frequently," says Corley. Steve Siebold, a self-made millionaire, and author of How Rich People Think agrees. "In most cases, your wealth will reflect the level of your closest friends," he writes about Business Insider. "We become like the people we connect with, and that's why winners are drawn to winners."

3. You save to invest

 "When you invest money, you become super-rich," says millionaire Grant Cardone. "The only reason to save money is to invest money one day." The amount you save and invest is often more significant than the size of your salary. Ramit Sethi, a personal finance expert, writes in “I'll teach you to be rich”: “On average, millionaires invest 20 percent of their household income each year. Your wealth is not measured by how much you earn each year, but by how you have saved and invested over time. "

4. They're persistent

"Most of us are good beginners but bad finishers" of everything we started, writes Hill in Think and Grow Rich. Most people "tend to give up at the first sign of beating," he says, but not the rich who don't stop until they get what they want. “If the first plan you adopt doesn't work, replace it with a new one. If that new plan doesn't work, rebuild it with another one at a time, and so on until you find a plan that works, ”says Hill.

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