Articles by Tom Corley

Tom is a CPA, CFP and heads one of the top financial firms in New Jersey. For 5 years, Tom observed and documented the daily activities of wealthy people and people living in poverty and his research he identified over 200 daily activities that separated the “haves” from the “have nots” which culminated in his #1 bestselling book, Rich Habits – The Daily Success Habits of Wealthy Individuals. Visit the website: www.richhabits.net


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Steve Jobs had Steve Wozniak. Warren Buffet had Charlie Munger. Larry Page had Sergey Brin.  Some of the most successful people in the world owe their success to the partnerships they forged. Finding the perfect business partner is one of those fast tracts to success I love to talk about. In the case of a…

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Have you ever seen pictures or video footage of people who were in “shock” following some type of horrible accident? In most of these pictures/videos, the individuals all look like zombies. They are uncommunicative, unresponsive, and appear to be oblivious to the people who are trying to communicate with them. Their very consciousness seems to be…

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Life has a way of going wrong. When things go wrong, our natural inclination is to blame someone or something. This knee-jerk reaction helps protect our fragile egos, by taking individual responsibility for our actions, out of the equation. Blame is anchored in negativity and negativity is the default mode for those who are unsuccessful…

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Is There One Overriding Secret to Success? I’ve spent the better part of 14 years interviewing/studying rich people and poor people. As a result, I’ve accumulated an enormous amount of research data. I’ve shared a good amount of my research with tens of millions around the globe, thanks to my friends in the media and…

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Each one of the 233 millionaires in my five-year study of rich and poor people was lucky.  Fifty-six (24%) were born into it and 177 (76%) created it. The type of luck those 24% received was random good luck. The type of luck those 76% received was self-made. Luck, whether random or self-made, is a common denominator…

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Psychology Today reported in 2013 that 70% of our thoughts are negative. In 2005, The National Science Foundation did some research on how humans think. They found that humans had about 12,000 to 60,000 thoughts per day and of those thoughts, 80%  were negative. Even worse, they found that 95% of the thoughts we have…

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Hardly anyone thinks about their legacy – the impact of the life they leave behind. We really only give it some thought when we read an obituary of someone we know. In May of 2000, I read an obituary about a friend’s father that left me in awe of the man. There were numerous non-profit…

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For the three individuals out there who have never hear of Spock, he is the Vulcan in the Star Trek series, books and movies. Spock’s overriding character trait was that he never expressed emotion and, thus, was ruled by logic. Interestingly, controlling your emotions was one of the common Rich Habits among the self-made millionaires…

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