Tip o’ the Morning to Ya – Delayed Gratification


Rich Habits Word of the Day

Prorogue – To defer, put off. Allison decided to prorogue her lease of the luxury automobile.

Rich Habits Fact of the Day

While most of the world is very familiar with Bill Gates, the name Carlos Slim rarely rings a bell. But it’s a name worth knowing. Slim, who is a native of Mexico, was just named the world’s richest billionaire–that’s right, richer than the überfamous Microsoft founder. Slim is worth more than $53 billion, and while he could afford the world’s most extravagant luxuries, he rarely indulges. He, like Buffett, doesn’t own a yacht or plane, and he has lived in the same home for over 40 years.

Rich Habits Lesson of the Day

82% of wealthy people believe in the concept of delayed gratification (putting things off). 52% of poor people believe it is more important to live life now and not put things off. The reason? They could die or get sick or lose their income. Negative thinking drives their behavior.

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