Tom Corley grew up in financial turmoil but after studying the wealthy was able to copy their habits and make his money dreams into a reality.
In Tom’s money story you will learn:
-How Tom’s childhood money disappointments created poor money habits in his early adulthood
-The specific things Tom’s parents did that created financial instability for Tom and his siblings
-Why his graduation party was cancelled because of his parents’ financial troubles
-How he was unable buy a car and to rent an apartment as a young adult again, because of his parents financial needs
-The emotional component of his financial challenges early in his life
-How a client inspired him to do the research that became “Rich Habits"
In Tom’s money lesson you will learn:
-The impact of your parents money habits on your own money habits
-The importance of avoiding “want spending" driven by envy
-How you can change those habits
-Why changing only two or three habits can change your life
-Tom’s habit that he does every day on his way to work to re-inforce gratitude
In Tom’s every day money tip
-Why successful people keep track of other people’s birthdays
-How calling them on their birthday makes a meaningful impact
-Why to avoid the birthday wish on social media
-The connection between the Happy Birthday habit and why it will help you prosper through genuine friendships
In My Take you will learn:
-How to move past parents who have poor money habits
-The advice Tony Robbins offers to people who get a rough start in life, as he did
-How my new friend Ramit Sethi uses birthdays as a way to connect with friends and get "Birthday Wisdom"
Tom’s website: www.richhabits.net