Best Money Tips: Power Habits of Great Leaders & Achievers


Welcome to Wise Bread's Best Money Tips Roundup! Today we found articles on power habits of great leaders and achievers, how to save time at the gym, and ways to cultivate your passion.

Top 5 Articles

7 Power Habits of Great Leaders, Business Icons and Inspirational Achievers — What can we learn from Martin Luther King, Jr., Bill Gates, and Isaac Newton? [Dumb Little Man]

How to Save Time at the Gym — Request a full tour of your gym from a staff member and learn where the exercise equipment, fitness rooms, and other amenities are located so you don't have to waste time looking for what you need. [The Order Expert]

Design a Life You Love – 4 Simple Ways to Cultivate Your Passion — The life you love won't happen by accident. You have to take action to create the life you want, and this process can help you map out what you need to do. [Living Well Spending Less]

The Little Book of Hygge: How Danes thrive in winter — Hygge isn't just about coziness. It can be a method of self-care and a retreat into your own happy place. [The Monitor]

14 Things to Do Alone on Valentine's Day — You don't need a date to have a good time on Valentine's Day. Here are a few ways to show yourself some extra love. [PopSugar Smart Living]

Other Essential Reading

Do This to Reach Your Goals Faster — This strategy will help you identify what is and isn't working, and what changes you'll need to make in order to reach your goals. [Financial Woman]

3 Times Warranties Will Save You Money — A home warranty is one of the most important warranties to have. [Cash The Checks]

An Essential Rule in Building Your Skills (and 3 Ways to Apply It) — When it comes to developing a skill, there's no need to start from scratch. Build upon what you've already built. [Life Optimizer]

7 Common Email Mistakes That Kill Your Productivity — Don't treat email like it's a chat room. If you need immediate responses within a group of people, set up a meeting or conference call. [Asian Efficiency]

10 reasons to file a tax return even if you don't have to — Even if you're not required to file a tax return, it's a good idea to do so if certain situations apply to you. [Don't Mess With Taxes]

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