What we reconstruct today, can shape our future into something, that is completely different. No individual can guarantee at what position he would be 20 years later. But if one tries to reconstruct himself, then he can be a successful person.
Our habits lead our life and the greatest aspirations which one can observe coming is from the anomalous habits of the billionaires of the world. So if you have the fantasy of becoming a billionaire, then you can try and improve your manners by following the habits of 14 such famous billionaires.
These are as follow:
Steve Jobs, the CEO, and co-founder of Apple Inc. Is a minimalist, who believes that spending time on picking up clothes is simply wastage of time, which can be used in creating something for the society.
The CEO of Amazon, Jeff Bezos believes that the power point presentations are not so much effective. So, in his office meetings, the attendants of the presentation are asked to write narratives so that they can understand the objective, making the meeting more constructive.
Even has the belief that when one is passionate about something, never let anyone grab it away.
Larry Ellison, the CEO and CTO of Oracle Corporation, always wants to focus on framing a wealthy working environment, which gives him pleasure.
Amancio Ortega, known for its chain of Zara clothing, believes that like many other things in life, success also does not come with any guarantee.
Mark Cuban, the owner of the NBA’s Dallas Mavericks, follows a cardio routine of six days a week and is interested in basketball and kickboxing.
Bill Gates, the co-founder of the Microsoft Corporation, believes in the saying that a man who reads gains more knowledge about the subject.
Elon Musk, the CEO of SpaceX, maintains a daily planner noting down his tasks in a day and making sure that all the tasks are ticked off by the end of the day.
Mark Zuckerberg, believes in making fewer decisions to store his brain and energy to put in some other crucial works.
Warren Buffett has a hobby of reading books.He spends almost the whole day by reading.
Richard Branson, founder of Virgin group believes in having a day full of activities so that he does not feel the monotony is taking over.
Jack Dorsey, the CEO of Twitter Inc. believes that a key to a good routine is meditation, exercise, and a healthy breakfast.
Ray Dalio also believes in meditation, which helps him to focus on his work.
Michael Bloomberg believes in spending money on causes worth it.