MILLIONAIRE EXPLAINS: 6 Habits That Made Me Rich

I do not wake up early, I don't journal, and I don't even exercise every day. That didn't stop me from climbing my way out of 6-figure debt to making my first million at age 32.

I make sure you've become aware of all the routines that you need to be doing, however in my experience these are the only 6 that REALLY matter.

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00:00:45 – Practice # 1.
00:02:30 – Practice # 2.
00:04:20 – Practice # 3.
00:06:45 – Routine # 4.
00:08:50 – Routine # 5.
00:10:25 – Routine # 6.



Asana, the software that I use:.
Your Best Year Ever by Michael Hyatt (book):.
Time Genius by Marie Forleo (course):.



How to construct wealth on autopilot, even if you're terrified, completely puzzled by monetary jargon, and tend to get stuck in "analysis paralysis".

3 insider ideas to producing constant month-to-month cashflow with alternatives trading … even if you're absolutely frightened by it, hectic with a full-time job & don't wish to be glued to a screen all the time.



I Will Teach You to Be Rich (funny how-to book on individual financing for millennials).

The Little Book of Common Sense Investing (Jack Bogle's classic advice on index funds).

InvestED (detailed, millennial-friendly guidance on how to choose stocks like Warren Buffett).

Unshakeable (this book = nerve. blast ALL the worries & misunderstandings you have about investing).

Rich Dad Poor Father (# 1 selling individual financing book of perpetuity … need I say more?).

Think and Grow Abundant (the supreme book on money mindset and wealth consciousness).



YNAB (I actually can't live without this budgeting app, so consumed).

Wise (like Venmo but for global currencies – I use this app a LOT for my life in Mexico).

High-Yield Savings Accounts (don't settle for 0% when you can get 3%+ on your savings).

Ledger Nano S (crypto storage hardware wallet, due to the fact that "Not Your Keys, Not Your Crypto"!):.



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  1. Hello Rose, Great to hear and see you again. Love your passion and enthusiasm. Your a smart intelligent girl and an inspiration to watch. I’m learning loads from you. Keep those videos coming. Cheers

  2. Thanks for sharing this insightful video on the habits of successful millionaires. It’s always fascinating to learn about the mindset and behaviors that have led to financial success for others. While everyone’s path to wealth may be different, adopting these habits can certainly help set individuals on a path towards achieving their financial goals.

  3. Hi rose, it was great to watch this amazing video, six excellent millionaire habits. You explain it so well, thanks again for your great feedback, nice video, until then, I hope to watch your next video. Have a great day.

  4. Very deserving of your success. Grateful for the content you produce & share. Thanks Rose 🙏🏽

  5. My old boss used to say “Health equals wealth. Say it, learn it, love it”. Thanks for reminding me of it’s value.

    1. MrRikki you right. I could have all the money in the world, yet if I have poor health to enjoy it. I’m poor and foolish.

  6. #5 Couldn’t agree more. I am a person who can’t say no. I don’t care about money, but I value time.

  7. Very well presented Rose staying true to yourself and not getting lost being materialistic.

  8. Hi Rose, I’ve been following you on and off for a few years and you’ve always struck me as someone truly genuine and I’m so happy for your success! This video is one of the best of its kind that I’ve seen on here. All the best to you, sweetheart 🙂 👌

  9. Very motivational video here! starting my millionaire habit called health first, then finance along with others

  10. Great content. I will see the opportunity instead of seeing fear. Rest in peace Albert.🙏🙏🙏

  11. One thing I need to do is to include fun and rewards in my yearly goals. I have been working so hard for so long to build wealth, and I have been so self-disciplined and strict with spending that I have forgotten how to enjoy myself. Every day is working out at the gym, putting in a full day at my job, then coming home, cooking dinner and doing household chores. I rarely go out to dinner or a movie. I have been so ruthless at investing and creating multiple income streams, it has consumed all my time for years – and now I’m super boring.

    1. It’s great how disciplined you’re being! But like you said, don’t forget to have a little fun along the way 🙂

  12. 1. treat failure as feedback
    2. set your goals and plan your time around them
    3. learning insatiably
    4. make your own luck
    5. saying no a lot
    6. taking care of your health

  13. Rose thank you for telling your story as always but remember it wasn’t the sweetest job ever or you would still be doing it. Working for ones self is the true end game.

    1. Lol true.. it was the sweetest job ever for me at the time. After 3 years it was no longer what I wanted.

  14. Thank you Rose! So happy for you and glad you are still making content. Goal setting and continual improvement are definitely keys to how my wife and I achieved so much so far. Got over $2M in 401K and stock, water view home near a major city, rental property in the major city, kids’ college paid for, newer cars, stable high paying jobs (CPA and benefits consultant) with option to work from home, all from goal setting and continual improvement. It is funny to look back at my wife’s goals from high school… she wanted to be married by 25, 2 kids before 30, and we did those. Mine were buying a house right after college and getting married by 27… which those were achieved as well (1st home is now a rental property). We have always been frugal savers that worked since high school, because we had these goals. Good luck out there and set your goals reasonably high… you will be surprised what you can achieve.

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