What we don’t see is the passion, hard work, mistakes, thrift and plain old smarts that went into creating the lifestyles of the rich. The media didn’t follow them around with cameras when they were living in cars, working in diners, or recovering from debilitating addictions, before they achieved their financial success.
The good news is babies aren’t born with millions of dollars in their bank accounts, and everyone has the ability to become financially successful. As Wallace D. Wattles put it,
“Talented people get rich, and blockheads get rich; intellectually brilliant people get rich, and very stupid people get rich; physically strong people get rich, and weak and sickly people get rich.”
To be financially successful the very first thing to do is to acknowledge God as the owner of all i.e the owner of your life your resources and everything you could ever have on earth, know Him as the almighty the All in All , your Saviour, your provide, your strength, The omnipotent, omniscience, omnipresent, omnidirectional and keep His commandmentsm
This is the first thing to look into and put into practise to be successful in life. Hallelujah!
Then after this you can try the following steps.
Here are 10 surprising things financially successful people do differently:
1. They surround themselves with positive people and do not waste time on negativity.
It is interesting to note that 67% of wealthy people watch one hour or less of TV every day, and only 6% watch reality shows.
2. They make sacrifices at first.
The financially successful will accept a reduction in income, drive a cheap used car, and downsize their house when they’re first starting out. They then take the money they save and invest it or re-invest it in something that will make them more money down the road. Sometimes, wealthy people choose to live frugally their whole lives. Warren Buffett is known for driving his car until it looks so disreputable that his employees pressure him into buying a new one.
3. They don’t waste time complaining.
If something bad happens, they change course, learn from it, or look for a way to use it to their advantage.