7 thrifty habits you can learn from the rich


Some of the world’s most affluent remain cautious spenders even after amassing their billions. Here are the learnings you can derive from their thrifty habits. 

1. They live below their means 
A trait common to many super-rich is that they do not splurge, just spend. This means they choose modest houses, drive ordinary cars, and fly economy class. Warren Buffett, CEO of Berkshire Hathaway, and Mexican tycoon Carlos Slim, both listed as the world’s richest men, have lived in the same houses for decades. Wipro’s Azim Premji has driven cars like Ford Escort and Toyota Corolla.............Read more

 

Source: The Economic Times


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