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Habits of the Wealthiest People

Habits of the Wealthiest People Infographic

Habits of the Wealthiest People

As you view this post, please take some time to reflect on your habits and rituals and evaluate where you can make improvements. After all, no one is perfect and there is always room for positive change.

If you look on the Internet, you will find a mind-numbing amount of advice from self-proclaimed “success experts” (Google it, I dare you). But when you cut through the fluff, most point towards one key piece of advice.

Almost all would agree that the single most important thing you have is your time. Invest it wisely. It is the one thing you can never get back no matter what. Invest it evenly in all aspects of your life, not only in your professional goals. Life is about balance, too much of anything can be bad and moderation is key.

To me, it is very important to invest time in recharging. Your life and career is a marathon, not a sprint. If you only focus on the short term, you risk burning out too quickly and that puts you at a severe disadvantage. I like to recharge by doing things that I enjoy, both productive and even non-productive things. Spending time with my family and loved ones reminds me what I work hard for, it helps boost my motivation.

Here are links to some great sources that can help you build habits to improve your professional and personal life:

Please take time to share some of your habits and beliefs in regards to success, both personal and professional.


Original infographic from: Business-Management-Degree.net

  • Oooh, poor choice of language. “Wealthy vs Poor” Really? I really don’t think rich people compare themselves to the poor. Sorry, but their definition of the poor is really bad.

    • Sukhdip Basra

      Thanks for the feedback, Aman. I wanted to point out that this is curated content, and it is not generated by Visual Capitalist.

      I too was a little irked by this infographic’s use of “poor.” However, I do think that once you look past that poor choice of words (see what I did there), there are some really great tips that many viewers can benefit from.

      Thanks for checking out the site!


  • Bizi Bee

    A lot of these traits were inculcated at an early age in me and my brothers and sisters by my parents. Am I “rich/wealthy”? No. Am I happy doing what I am doing and where I am in my life? Yes. Am I living comfortably? Oh yes. And that is another way of looking at it.

    • Sukhdip Basra

      Cheers to great parents!

      Thanks for checking out our website 🙂


  • DanJR

    I would have to say that the study done is interesting but have to imagine the average global (mu) worker probably does all of that and more. Would be interesting to compare an average working american to an average american billionaire in how they spend their time, accounting for age and ethnicity/culture….. my hypothesis is that they would be pretty similar.

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