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9 Rules of Life That Rich People Follow While Poor People Consider Them Stupid

While the tips for reading a lot and working less in the office may sound very good, it is not enough to follow them to be a financially good person. It is important to have a certain mindset and this way of thinking that can be developed through certain habits. Millionaires have a similar attitude to many things and are not without reason. The same goes for people who can barely put an end to each other.

We are sure that the rules of life that successful people use are worth sharing with our readers.

1. They shut their mouths.

Wealthy people do many different things. They don't talk too much about their money and try to show the world how rich they are.

The richest people I know either wear exceptionally cheap or wear cheap stuff, but you only know it when you look at them. On the contrary, those who try to impress and demonstrate how rich they love to display their designer clothes. © Bran_Solo / reddit

Wealthy people often underestimate everything they do and 'keep quiet' about their financial status. Their clothes are of good quality and tasteful, but nothing attracts attention. These flashy types that are literally covered with brands deserve your attention and want you to think that they are rich. © Back2Bach / reddit

Abusive and ridiculous excesses reveal the truth about people who have very quickly gone from poor to rich or who just want to feel like they belong to the group of wealthier people.

2. They take care of their health.

Any wealthy person believes that preventing health is better than cure.

Wealthy people often use the services of concierge medicine. They pay a high annual fee to have the necessary care available when they want it, without having to struggle to be seen by a doctor. © LarsAlereon / reddit

All wealthy people focus on preventative healthcare, more than on actual treatment when an illness strikes. Of course, they have access to high quality early diagnostic methods, but each of us has access to regular medical examinations that can save our lives. © Anthon Lund / quora

You don't have to be rich to be healthy. Fresh air and a healthy diet with a combination of a good night's rest and the absence of harmful habits cost everything but the effort you put into maintaining them.

3. They know how to share.

If money itself becomes the final goal, the person loses his bond with reality. Why wealthy people spend money on charities and set up charities that have the opportunity to help people in need quickly.

Really wealthy people understand that great wealth comes with great responsibility. And those who understand this idea are happy with their lives. They only live in golden cages instead of iron cages. Although middle-class people may enjoy the illusion that money can make you happy, this illusion is already gone. Perhaps most important to them is figuring out how to give their money meaning and value, rather than using their status to attach meaning to their lives. © David Frank Gomes / quora

My brother-in-law is a gazillionaire who has his own business. But he wears pocket pants and a polyester down jacket. My brother once asked to borrow money, and he just gave him a pile of money without even thinking and said it was a gift, not a loan. But always just very modest. Besides buying a nice house and sending his three children to good schools, he only saved and invested his money. © catsasss / reddit

Well, maybe you ask, "Why do rich people help other people when they have money to do it?" But help must be measured in money, and the most important thing is to participate in another person's life and do so without pursuing your own interests.

4. They find time to express gratitude.

And don't worry about just being polite, which is an essential feature if you want to feel comfortable with wealthy people. The ability to be grateful and express this gratitude has a strong power over people.

All the rich people I know thank their banker, their gardener, their lawyer, their garbage man, their pool boy and the chairman of their board, because they are aware of the important contribution that each makes to their success. They value everyone's work and do not take people for granted. They make others feel happy to be part of their team. As a result, they get significant amounts of collaboration and 110% effort from those they work with. This gives them enormous success. © Steve Kobrin / quora

Robert Townsend, the former president of Avis and one of 20th Century Fox executives, said: "To say 'thank you' is a highly undervalued way of compensation for doing your job." Simple words of gratitude help build an emotional bond with people and may even inspire others.

5. They understand the value of education.

There is a famous saying that says, "If you give a fish to a hungry man, you feed him for a day. But if you give him a fishing rod and teach him to fish, you'll feed him for life. “This 'bar' is a good education.

A member of my family is a private wealth manager for wealthy people, so I know what I'm talking about. Rich people invest like crazy. Do their children want a Maserati? No, it's not going to happen! Want to teach their children how to play the piano? Of course, they will have as many lessons on the piano as they want. They invest in the best teachers and the best universities and want to give their children the best education possible. © Priamosish / reddit

My aunt and uncle are rich. They have never owned a new car in their lives or spoiled their 2 children. I couldn't believe my eyes when I realized how much they paid for their son's art school. They spent $ 100k! But this investment has paid off, as their son works at a large NYC advertising agency. © kieffa / reddit

New knowledge and skills mean new opportunities for development, personal growth and increasing your wealth. Therefore, education is an investment that lasts a lifetime.

6. They communicate with people they look up to.

Millionaires are very picky when it comes to the people who surround them, knowing that similarities draw and bind.

Sergey Kosenko, a young millionaire, shares: 'I have friends who have already started their own business. You need to find the topics that can connect with people. If you have ten friends and none of them have their own business, you will probably stop doing business because the people around you do not understand you. You have nothing to talk about and they will drag you to their world, where you work all day in the office, go on proposed holidays and receive notifications about transferring your salary to your bank account on a schedule. They will also joke that if you did not leave your job, you would be happier now. '

Ultra-rich people will never allow toxic people to stay in their lives. They won't spend time with people who are poor and just complain about their lives, because that's why "poor people just get poorer." © Ratna Kumar / quora

Experience is invaluable and people who feel good think that if you know a successful person who is ready to share their knowledge, it will be silly to miss this opportunity. They are looking for people who can help them and have the same atmosphere as them.

7. They do not spend their energy to impress people.

Owning expensive stuff no longer shows our status because most people can afford to buy most of the stuff on credit.

I decided not to change my lifestyle after my income grew significantly, and I quickly realized that things are not a source of happiness. If you own too many things, put pressure on you. It is better to spend money on experiences and travel. Memories will last forever, but things only make you happy for a moment. And I'm not trying to keep up with my friends and colleagues. You will never know the full truth about another person's financial status. I had wealthy friends who were in debt and had no savings. © mwatwe01 / reddit

Buying things you don't really need, just to show your financial status and live on credit, is only for people who don't think about their future.

8. They build a financial safety net.

Many rich people are often dealing with “gold diggers” and people who want to make money. They have learned to rely completely on themselves and have come up with 2 rules that help separate interpersonal relationships from financial relationships: they do not talk about their income and they have a separate personal account.

I live the opposite of the one you would expect for someone who is good. I live in a normal apartment, drive a used car and go shopping in the mall. I left my relationship after 6 years. My ex-girlfriend saw my bank statement and she and her mother started using me as their personal checking account. It started with small things, but I ended up paying off her family's debt. When I confronted her, she said that I would buy her everything she wanted if I really loved her. As you probably realized, she became my ex. © MedicGirl / reddit

Don't keep all your money in joint accounts. Keep an emergency savings account in your name and spend part of your salary there. I used to finish my husband's sentences, we would sing together, and I loved him very much. There were no warning signs. But after we broke up, my savings (if I had them) would help. Otherwise, if your marriage is over, you will be left with nothing. © d / reddit

It's not about trust, it's about perspective. Any person needs a personal safety net, not because they don't trust their partner, but because this money can save you one day or go to your family budget. And it also makes you feel safer.

9. They buy comfortable but not expensive clothes.

With money you can feel more satisfied and solve your daily problems. But once you buy everything you need, it will bring you less and less happiness, even as your income grows. Sounds like a paradox, doesn't it?

My parents have a lot of money and they earned it all. They have 3 rules: 'Don't buy stuff to impress people,' 'Don't waste money on luxury cars. They lose a lot of value and cost a fortune to maintain, "and" Save everything you can, and invest everything you can. 'Wasting money means going to dinner more than one night a week or buying all the new appliances. Seriously, people with a lot of cash don't pay attention to these things. They prefer to save a good amount. © powerlesshero111 / reddit

Steve Jobs, one of the founders of Apple and Pixar, once said: "I looked at people who worked at Apple and made a lot of money, but they were so unhappy. Some of them bought Rolls-Royces, each had a driver who cared for their home and a driver above the driver. Their wives went through so much plastic surgery that they became these strange people who no longer looked like humans. I didn't want to live like that. It's madness. "

Wealthy people are sure that all decisions related to how much you can spend should be made based on your current financial opportunities and the objective benefits you can derive from owning this exact item.