For Show notes go to: http://timelinesofsuccess.com/079-tomas-corley/ SUCCESS HABITS: 1. EAT RIGHT - Tom found that 70 per cent of wealthy people eat healthy food and stay away from unhealthy processed food. By contrast, 97 per cent of poor people eat more than 300 junk food calories per day.
2. KEEP YOUR CARDS CLOSE TO YOUR CHEST - Rich people don't blurts out every thought on their mind? 11.6 per cent of wealthy people say what's on their mind, compared to a whopping 69 percent of poor people. They think before they talk and value relationships.
3. SET GOALS - Wealthy people are four times as likely to write down their goals as poor people and successful wealthy people set attainable goal.
4. KEEP FIT AND GET SLEEP - A healthy body, healthy mind is a must. According to our American friends, 76 per cent of wealthy people exercise aerobically at least four days a week and many exercise daily. Only 23 per cent of poor people do this. Most successful people get 7 plus hours of sleep a day. Don't burn out.
5. BE ORGANIZED - Successful people make time to plan and organize daily. They block out time and focus on priorities.
6. READ - A massive 88 per cent of wealthy people read material which relates to their education or career for at least 30 minutes each day. They read biographies and study daily.
7. STAY IN CONTACT - 80 of rich people make Happy Birthday calls compared to just 11 per cent of poor people. They network and stay in touch!
8. WATCH LITTLE TV - Only 67 per cent of wealthy people watch an hour or less of TV each day - and that just 6 per cent watch reality TV, compared to 78 per cent of poor people.
9. GAMBLING ON CHANCE - Only 23 per cent of wealthy people gamble, compared to 52 per cent of poor people. Wealthy people make calculated decisions.
10. FOCUS (Follow One Course Until Complete)
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End Notes and Updates: As you know in the past, I have been very active in politics and during this election cycle, we had many candidates on Timelines of Success to include Congressman Mark Amodie, episode 77, and through their timelines you can learn much, especially of how to transition from your profession into politics but now it is time for me to focus back into the business of this media and publishing company. This month I will be releasing the draft of my book, "My First Year in Podcasting" as well as my Genesis framework WordPress product for podcasters. Again, thank you for listening to Timelines of Success.
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