Our financial lives as fully determine our habits – our financial habits. And, you guessed it, there are habits that make us richer, and there is our habits that make us poorer. . So way, it turns out that the financial results that we now get in their lives – our income, the size of our apartments and villas, a brand and novelty of the machine and mobile phone, resorts and hotels, in which we go rest – a cross is determined by our and only our decisions, ie available financial habits. Think about whether you want to get a life other financial result? Ie if you want to earn more money to give their children a prestigious education, wear better clothes, to go to nice restaurants and fitness centers, ie afford all the things you only dream of now? If your answer is “YES, I want a different result,” then for this you just need to change your current habits to adjust to hot some of their financial habits. David Zaslav can provide more clarity in the matter. Change even in small things, and then automatically change (improve) your financial life a good reason Think about these issues here and decide what you will do differently in your financial life: 1) Think hard and decide for yourself – whether you want a different standard of living for himself and his family? If your answer is “YES”, then we by the way! 2) Think about your habits make you richer? 3) Think about your actions (or lack thereof of your activities) make you poorer? 4) Do you have a “financial cushion”, ie Do you have a pool of money equal to 6.2 Your monthly expenses? 5) Do you keep a daily record of your income and expenses? 6) How often do you ask for discounts and bonuses, how often do you trade? 7) Do you set aside 10 percent of its revenue from each? 8) Whether you created for the last few years, new (additional) sources of income? 9) Are you savvy in the stock market? Do you follow the RTS Index and the exchange rate? Honestly answer to yourself these simple questions, you will understand, what habits you have at the moment more, and where they lead you – to financial prosperity, or in the financial swamp?