Successful Habits Tip:
Thomas Stanley, author of “Stop Acting Rich: ...And Start Living Like A Real Millionaire,” says “that most prestige makes of cars 86 percent -- are driven by nonmillionaires. Yes, people with very high incomes, high levels of wealth are more likely to drive status automobiles. But in sheer numbers, the largest consumer segment for pricey cars, vodkas and homes is not the millionaire population, it is the aspirationals.” Stanley adds, “These are people who think they are acting rich via their adoption of prestige brands, but in most cases they are only acting like each other.” Researchers from Experian Automotive found that “61 percent of people who earn $250,000 or more aren't buying luxury brands at all. They're buying the same Toyotas, Hondas and Fords as the rest of us.” The reason? They're not willing to spend the money on a premium vehicle that is going to drop up to 70 percent in value within the first four years. It's also why they avoid leasing cars because it ultimately costs more money. Instead, they invest in items that increase in value. (entrepreneur.com)
Many successful people have been interviewed over the years and asked the question, “What do you think about, most of the time?” In short, the habits of successful people revolve around positive thinking. They think about what they want, and how to get it. http://bit.ly/2nlr3rK
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