3 Unconventional Habits that Will Make You Rich #93

Gimmicks don’t make you wealthy.

Habits do.

If you didn’t come from money, win the lottery, or marry rich, then keep reading because below are three time-tested habits you need if you want to be wealthy.  

1. Get Paid for Your Results, Not Your Time 

Rich people choose to get paid for their results, not their time.

This concept hit me like a ton of bricks when I first learned it.

It’s all about embracing the risks that come with this mindset.

When you decide to be paid based on what you achieve, you’re setting yourself up for unlimited potential. 

Think about it: the wealthiest people in the world are often entrepreneurs.

They take the risks, pay everyone else first—staff, expenses, taxes—and get paid last.

It takes courage, but as you get better at it, the rewards grow exponentially.

It’s not the easiest path, but it’s a straightforward one.

By focusing on your results, you’re in control of your income and your future. 

2. Spend Money to Save Time 

Wealthy people spend money to save time, but most people spend time to save money.

If you’ve ever parked far away to save a few bucks on parking or driven extra miles for cheaper gas, you know what I’m talking about.

But rich people don’t do that.

They understand that time is far more valuable than money. 

They invest in tools, hire help, and streamline processes to get their time back.

One of my favorite quotes from Dan Sullivan sums it up perfectly: “If you have enough money to solve a problem, then you don’t have a problem.”

Rich people use their money to solve problems, buy back their time, and create more opportunities for themselves. 

3. Invest in Self-Development and Education 

This one flies under the radar, so stick with me.

Rich people spend money on self-development and education.

The wealthiest people I know are also the ones who are constantly learning.

They’re reading books, attending conferences, joining masterminds, and always looking for ways to improve themselves. 

Most people stop learning after school, but rich people know that education compresses time.

They spend money on coaching, courses, and books because they understand that investing in themselves pays the best dividends.

So while others are zoning out on Netflix or memorizing sports scores, rich people are learning new skills to become better in their fields. 

High Earner Habits = Your Path to Real Wealth  

Cultivate these three habits because they will make you rich: choose to get paid for your results, spend money to save time, and invest in your own self-development.

These habits might feel a bit strange at first, especially if you’re surrounded by people who don’t understand them.

But trust me, they’re worth it.  

And remember, if you’re looking for more ways to build your brand and create lasting wealth, consider scheduling a Free Brand Call with Brand Builders Group.

We can turn your dreams into dollars (with zero gimmicks and zero hacks).  

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