habbits of the superwealthy: millionaire checklist

We watch their lives in awe, they are dynamic individuals. Whether its a video, they animate our tv screens , we listen  to their interviews on podcasts, read their success stories in magazines. Entrepreneurs engage us. we are fascinated by their habbits their lifestyles and their personality traits. So what does it take to be a sibling of success? How do you waltz in such glory? When i was doing my podcast lunchbox millionaires pushbutton radio i was interviewing entrepreneurs , millionaires, ceos, and founders, their habbits and patterns were fascinating to me.First of all entrepreneurs extend themselves beyond their comfort zone, they are cautious of what the masses are doing and rather than follow, they lead. Whether its by producing new products, creating new digital trends, they cultivate financial access by creating their own spin on movements in the market.Entrepreneurs extend their wealth of self belief, they dont just believe in their potential , they actively challenge it.A millionaire in comparison to an ordinary person will use failure as a tool to access wealth. They will use it to motibvate and propel themselves forward, learning from the mistakes of yesterday and negotiating a new path.

They are superfocussed on hitting the immediate target and goal. Although there is the vision up ahead, they keep themselves en route by meeting targets and goals.

Entrepreneurs are excellent communicators and believe in building networks, some of them extend well beyond their social reach, creating schemes, and new outcomes for people of varying class structures, so they have a  portfolio of different types of connections.

They know the importance of time management, and managing other people effectively.

They may not be in the creative field  but are creative thinkers

They are super readers and big on self development.

They are highly disciplined and have a structure to their day

They are eager to learn from others

They are super observant
They pay attention to mentors, and have good advisors

They watch out for trends and put a unique spin on things

They believe in facilitating others

They think outside the box

They look at things rationally and objectively

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