So here is Ramsey’s quick comparison of wealthy habits versus poor habits (remember, wealthy is defined as household income exceeding $150,000 and poor as under $30,000):
I am reblogging this even though it focuses on money as opposed to good health or weight loss. I believe strongly that the same principles apply to living a healthy life as living a successful life financially. You need to take responsibility for your actions (and inactions).
TANSTAAFL – There Ain’t No Such Thing As A Free Lunch.
As I said in a comment on this post by the original blogger. I think this post put the lie to the, “You didn’t build that” theory which is clearly intended to take away credit from individual’s achievements. We are absolutely responsible for our health, fiscal and physical.
Eat less; move more; live longer.
Dave Ramsey published a list of habits of the wealthy versus the poor. I used it in part to compile my own list of positive life habits I wanted to adopt for myself. I use the list from my previous post as a guide to success and kind of a mission statement to keep me in check. Building wealth or success takes dedication beyond anything I have experienced in my life.
But as I am realizing, once you understand the formula it becomes easier to duplicate success in other areas of your life. Millionaires will tell the story of losing millions several times over, yet start again from scratch and ascend like the pheonix. Ever wondered how? The answer is found in the formula I discussed in my first few posts: 1. determine what it is that you desire and state it, 2. determine what you are willing to sacrifice to get…
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