9 successful habits that cost nothing

Have you ever wondered how some people have achieved such success? Of course you have. A good idea, motivation, perseverance and a little luck helps, but the most successful people share certain habits. Here are nine habits that helped put them on top:

They meditate

Ray Dalio, the founder of Bridgewater Associates, told The Huffington Post in 2013 that "meditation, more than anything else in my life, was the greatest ingredient of any success I've had. "Oprah, Rupert Murdoch, Russell Simmons, Arianna Huffington, Bill Ford and Padmasree Guerrier all attributed mediation as an important component of their success. Taking care of your body and mind while resting, exercising, eating a healthy diet and getting enough sleep are all ways to improve your chances of success.

Getting up early

Be an early riser. Because early risers are able to start their day ahead of everyone else by responding to others, exercising and finding some personal time, early risers also tend to be happier and more proactive.

They network

Successful people realize the importance of networking. In fact, research has found that networking can lead to better people at work and increases the chances of getting a job. Networking allows successful people to be more innovative. According to Dale Carnegie "How to make friends and influence people," successful people rarely complain or criticize. They are sincere and try to show empathy.

Keeping busy

Successful people are rarely slowed down. Achievers like LBJ and Robert Moses were known to work 60-65 hours a week.Elon Musk works 80-100 hours a week and said, "That's the kind of work ethic a contractor should have.

They know when to say "no"

"The difference between successful people and really successful people is that really successful people can say no to almost anything." - Warren Buffett Successful people realize that by saying "no", they can focus on increasing their productivity. If they say "yes" to everyone or everything, they will be too distracted and will not get the tasks done that need to be done.

They don't watch television, they read, they read, they read.

According to Thomas Corley , author of Rich Habits: The Daily Success Habits Of Wealthy Individuals. Only 67% of rich people watch television for one hour or less a day. Corley also found that 6% of rich people watch reality TV, while 78% of others do so. In addition, 86% say they enjoy reading and an impressive 88% say they read for self-improvement for 30 minutes or more a day.

They write lists to do the day before

Successful people are known to write lists of things to do before dark so that they are able to set priorities for the next day. This helps them to identify the tasks that are most important.

They set and visualize goals for themselves and their family.

Joel Brown interviewed a number of high achievers and found that "85% of the high achievers I interviewed practiced writing down their goals, plans, or visions for success on a regular basis. "People who are successful do so before dark or first thing in the morning, so that they are ready for the challenges ahead.  »

They manage their money

People who are successful because they were able to manage their finances well. That means they invest their money wisely, looking for new opportunities and setting aside emergency funds. They are more generous and willing to give to those who need help. There is an old saying that luck and preparedness always respond to opportunity. Successful people have set themselves up to succeed by being prepared all the time. Successful people wait for luck to find them, and it usually does.
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