Over time, his research expanded to additional interviews with poor people in an attempt to understand their lifestyles and habits.
This research formed the foundation for his first book, “Rich Habits: The Daily Success Habits of Wealthy Individuals.” After a slow start, the book gained traction and attention and he followed it with his next book, “Rich Kids: How to Raise Our Children to be Happy and Successful in Life.”
His work is excellent. The books are pithy and worth reading.
But what I found most interesting was Tom’s personal story. Through the course of the interview, you’ll hear me draw out the parallels between Tom’s personal life and his books. I’ll also draw out how his life has changed as he began to implement the rich habits that he learned from his wealthy interviewees.
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