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Rich Habits - The Daily Success Habits of Wealthy Individuals Paperback – March 1, 2010
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From the Back Cover
The Rich Habits are ten principles created through years of researching the daily success habits of his wealthiest clients. These ten simple principles miraculously transform every individual who comes into contact with them. By applying these principles, you are literally walking in the footsteps of the wealthy. In Rich Habits, Tom Corley provides a step by step financial success program that is concise, easy to understand and even easier to apply, regardless of your age, education or income level. In these tough economic times, individuals are struggling financially and desperately looking for help in achieving financial success. Every person seeks prosperity for themselves and their families, and with Rich Habits the secret to financial success, possessed by only the wealthiest individuals, will be revealed. Join the Rich Habits financial success revolution.
About the Author
Tom Corley is a Certified Public Accountant, a Certified Financial Planner, President of Cerefice & Company, CPAs/CFPs and CEO of The Rich Habits Institute, an organization dedicated to training businesses and individuals how to achieve unlimited financially success. Through the Rich Habits Training Program, Tom will share with you the exact steps required to change your financial life forever.
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- Don’t gamble (duh)
- Read 30+min a day for self improvement purposes / industry related
- Don’t watch TV/surf internet aimlessly
- Control your emotions
- Volunteer 5 hrs+/month
- Set goals
- Avoid procrastination (Embrace “do it now” affirmation)
- Listen 5x more than talk
- Avoid toxic people
- Don’t give up
- Care about their health and diet
- Set aside limiting beliefs
- Get a mentor
- Have a main purpose
- Invest in relationships (happy bd call, how you doing call, life event call)
First off this isn’t really a book more of a pamphlet. The last book that I read that was under 100 pages was a children’s book. This book is only 89 pages including the introduction and in addition to that over half the book is dedicated to made-up stories of unsuccessful people.
The accrual point of the book is only 32 pages and it reads like a list that a group of 5th graders would have made up.
1) I will form good habits (obvious)
2) I will set goals and to do lists
3) I will engage in self-improvement (pretty much as goal 1)
4) I will care for my health (obvious)
5) I will work on my relationships
6) I will live in moderation
7) I will accomplish what I set out to do ( Note same thing as goal 2)
8) I will engage in “Rich Thinking”. (Note this is the same as goals 1 & 2)
9) I will save 10% of my income.( no reasoning or proof)
10) I will control my thoughts and emotions.
There is not even one source sited in this book. There is no research done here at all. There are also statements made that he cannot prove such as on pg 63 “Every successful person employs the services of a certified public accountant.” You cannot make statements about things like that unless you can prove them.
By reading my review you have already got everything you could have from this book so you don’t need to waste your money purchasing it.
Rich Habit explanation part was actually very good -- all useful information you can apply to your life. The stories of those people were supposed to help you understand the core content better but not everyone will find them so intriguing or interesting. I wish the storytelling was more like Malcolm Gladwell's style -- integrate TRUE stories within the content as examples to help make a point of his key ideas. The stories in this book feels fake and that's why they were such a turn off for many people.