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Author who studies millionaires: 240 minutes a day separates the rich from everyone else


Tom Corley, Contributor
9 Hours Ago

There are 1,440 minutes in each day. That is the one common denominator we all share. With respect to time, we are all on equal footing. And most people, rich or poor, use about 1,200 of those minutes for the following activities: work, commuting, family-related, sleeping, eating, bathing, bathroom, grooming and dressing.
That leaves about 240 minutes of time each day. And it is what the rich do with those 240 minutes that separates them from everyone else.

Over 80 percent engaged in 60 minutes a day of dream-setting
Dream-setting activities involve the pursuit of a dream and the goals behind it. Typically, this is something outside of work, such as engaging in some side hustle or spending time creating one or more additional streams of income. I cover dream-setting in detail in my book, "Change Your Habits, Change Your Life."
Tom Corley spent approximately five years surveying and researching self-made millionaires.

Nearly 80 percent engaged in 60 minutes a day of deliberate practice or education
Each day, the self-made rich in my Rich Habits Study regularly practiced some skill and devoted time to increasing their knowledge related to that skill, their career or their industry. This daily habit helped them maintain and improve their skills and their knowledge, making them virtuosos in whatever it is they did to make money.

Nearly all of them engaged in 30 minutes a day of aerobic exercise
Aerobic exercise has numerous benefits:
Improves mental functioning. Aerobic exercise floods the bloodstream with oxygen. This oxygen eventually makes its way to the brain. Since the brain uses 20 percent of our oxygen reserves, increased oxygen flow into the brain soaks up more free radicals inside the brain, making brain cells cleaner and healthier.
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Nearly 90 percent devoted 30 minutes a day to building rich relationships
The self-made rich in my study did certain things every day to maintain and grow powerful relationships:
Networking: Participating in or running business organizations, nonprofits or trade associations.
Hello calls: Calling important relationships just to say hello.
Happy birthday calls: Calling the people who matter on their birthdays.
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