Some of these stats are #shocking! The habits of the #wealthy vs the habits …

 


Some of these stats are #shocking!

The habits of the #wealthy vs the habits of the #poor. Here are some statistics from a five-year study on the daily habits that separate the wealthy from the poor

72% of the wealthy know their credit score vs. 5% of the poor

6% of the wealthy play the lottery vs. 77% of the poor

80% of the wealthy are focused on at least one goal vs. 12% of the poor

62% of the wealthy floss their teeth every day vs. 16% of the poor

21% of the wealthy are overweight by 30 pounds or more vs. 66% of the poor

63% of the wealthy spend less than 1 hour per day on recreational Internet use vs. 26% of the poor

83% of the wealthy attend/attended back to school night for their kids vs. 13% of the poor

29% of the wealthy had one or more children who made the honor roll vs. 4% of the poor

63% of wealthy listen to audio #books during their commute vs. 5% of the poor

67% of the wealthy watch 1 hour or less of #T.V. per day vs 23% of the poor

9% of the wealthy watch reality T.V. shows vs. 78% of the poor

73% of the wealthy were taught the 80/20 rule vs. 5% of the poor (live off 80% save 20%)

79% of the wealthy network 5 hours or more per month vs. 16% of the poor

8% of the wealthy believe wealth comes from random good luck vs. 79% of the poor

79% of the wealthy believe they are responsible for their financial condition vs. 18% of the poor

The fact is the poor are poor because they have too many Poverty Habits and too few Rich Habits. Poor parents teach their children the Poverty Habits and wealthy parents teach their children the Rich Habits. We don’t have a wealth gap in this country we have a parent gap. We don’t have income inequality, we have parent inequality.


Diamond Lifestyle Corporation

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