Almost all millionaires weren’t born with a silver spoon in their mouth.
The majority of self-made millionaires come from minimal or average-income households.
And yet, these people often manage to conquer all the difficulties they deal with and become really prosperous.
It is said that the $1 million is the most difficult, so striving for your first million is a great starting point, in spite of your financial goals.
So what’s the big difference between a self-made millionaire and a person who works his entire life and still finds that he is dead broke at the end of it?
Obviously, it’s not just the amount of hard work that’s necessary to achieve prosperity, isn’t it?
The important aspect in the achievement of financial freedom is the progression of certain habits. Self-made millionaires have already discovered these habits and as the outcome of practice and repetition, have achieved financial independence.
It’s commonly assumed that the wealthy are somehow different compared to the rest of us. The mass media places them on a pedestal as lucky individuals who don’t have any problems and spend their days in a fantasy world of extravagance and indulging.
However, practically nothing could be further from the truth.
Generally, the greater the wealth, the bigger the challenges, concerns and tension levels. The only thing that is distinct is the size of the issues; or else the wealthy are the same as everybody else. So just what is different about those with self-made wealth and those without?
Here’s an infographic that shows 10 Habits of Self-Made Millionaires