As of March 2010, the world had 937 billionaires to its credit, according to Forbes. That’s a pretty small club, and you have to imagine that these 937 people would have a few things in common – besides their wealth, that is. In fact, they do. There’s a lot of “new money” among billionaires, and many of them have similar habits that helped them amass their fortunes. Even if your personal fortune is miles away from the billion (or even million) dollar mark, trying these habits on for size could provide a boost to your bottom line.
For years I have been irritated by the hand dryers in public restrooms. About 80% of the time they we’re either incredibly slow, so you had to keep your hands under there for several minutes.
Or the air jet was so weak that it was pointless even trying. Usually, like most other people, I just reached for the paper towels instead .
The world’s most famous aerial acrobatics team is the Blue Angels.
For decades they have thrilled audiences worldwide with their death defying flying tricks – these guys have balls the size of planets. But look a little closer at how they run their squad and you’ll see the Blue Angels aren’t just daring pilots.
I’d like to nominate Mike Duke, the CEO of Wal-Mart, as King Of Time Management. Contemplate this: He runs the world’s biggest company. He oversees 8600 stores. He has a staff of 2.1 million people. Yet he still handles all his emails by the end of each day! He is so dedicated to sticking to his schedule that he is not above standing up to leave while people are still talking to him in meetings. This guy is definitely worth studying.
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