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By Tom Corley

Habits that separate men and women

Since 2004, I’ve devoted a significant amount of my time to researching habits.

One of the questions I get asked by the media often is:

Are there differences between the habits of men and women?

The answer is always Yes.

From my research, I’ve identified certain habits that separate men and women.

Here’s a sampling of seven major habit differences from my research:


#1 Gambling

Women gamble less than men.

Not only do fewer women gamble, but for the women who do gamble, they gamble less frequently.

#2 Risk Tolerance

The differences are:

— Men have a higher risk tolerance than women.

— Men are by nature hardwired to be more aggressive than women.

— This aggressive nature gives men a higher risk threshold.

— This is a good thing and a bad thing.

— A low-risk tolerance is a good thing when it comes to making big purchasing decisions.

— Women are more apt to study the details of a major purchase than men.

#3 Reading

Women read more than men.

That’s the good news.

The bad news is that women read more for entertainment.

Men, conversely, read more for learning and self-improvement.

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#4 Communication

Women are better communicators than men.

In fact, the average woman speaks 7,000 words a day compared to 2,000 for men.

Good communication is a Rich Habit.

Miscommunication damages relationships, businesses, and negotiations and can lead to mistakes and failure.

Because women are better communicators, they are better at seeking feedback.

Feedback is critical to understanding what to do and what not to do.

Good feedback minimizes mistakes and reduces the probability of failure.

#5 Creativity

Men are more creative than women.

This is physiological.

Men have a smaller corpus callosum.

The corpus callosum is the bundle of neural never fibers that separates the right hemisphere of the brain from the left.

Recent studies on creativity have shown that those with a smaller corpus callosum are hardwired for greater creativity.

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#6 Organizational Skills

Women have greater organizational skills than men.

Because they pay more attention to details and are more cautious by nature, they tend to do more planning.

This makes them better organized than men.

#7 Saving Money

Women are better at saving money.

They are more cautious with their money.

They comparison shop to get the best deals.

They look for discounts.

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About 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:
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