Crystal bathtub: $1 million
Multimillionaire are human beings, like all of us. The only difference is that they have much more money than most of us have.
Like everyone else, they sleep at night, wake up in the morning, brush their teeth, eat breakfast, drink coffee, etc.
The only differences are that they can wake up anytime they like since they own the companies where they are the chairmen/directors/CEOs. Then they are driven to their offices by chaffeurs in a luxury car - Mercs, BMW, Lexus, Rolls, etc.
They dine at fancy places and pay $1,000 bills for meals/drinks without batting an eyelid.
They may party at night or go for snacks or watch a movie.
They do things that normal people do except they don’t have to worry about making ends meet.
Millionaires and Billionaires all have varied lifestyles.
These lifestyles do include giving time to your family , which is quite uncommon in the middle class :(
But they worry whether their million-dollar investments will lose money or not. They also worry if the stock markets will crash and Real estate investments are loosing equity.
Donald Bren is America's richest real estate baron.
Net Worth: $16.2 billion
His Irvine Co. owns more than 126 million square feet of real estate, mostly in Southern California.
His empire includes more than 560 office buildings and 125 apartment complexes.
Bren owns a 97% stake in Manhattan's MetLife Building.
The son of a real estate investor, Bren worked as a carpenter's helper on his father's buildings.
This is Donald Bren Daily routine :
5am: Wake up
According to author Laura Vanderkam, who extensively studied the schedules of various high achievers, 90 per cent of executives wake up before 6am on weekdays.
This had lots of benefits and puts you in control of your day before it begins. It also means there's time to have breakfast with family, meditate, exercise; all of which are necessary for a productive day
Donald will jog for 30 minutes in the morning before checking in with his companies.
Exercise has a powerful effect on your energy levels throughout the day. As you expend energy, you also create more of it. This helps to keep you more alert and energised throughout the day, as well as significantly reducing the impact of stress on the body.
6am: Meditate ( that's my big goal for this year :)
One of the reasons highly successful people meditate is that it makes you more productive. Research shows that by training yourself to resist urges you can improve your relationships, increase your performance and dependability.
Highly successful people read every day. Mr. Bren devote many hours a day to reading for learning purposes.
We all know that breakfast is the most important meal of the day; it increases mental alertness, regulates blood sugar and helps to reduce sugar cravings. Donald Bren starts his day with a fruit salad and granola. (Can I exchange that for oatmeal ?)
8am: Start work
1pm: Lunch (for at least one hour)
Taking a proper lunch break is something that many highly successful people have in common. They recognize the importance of a proper break for efficiency.
If you're in meetings and reading emails all morning, straining your eyes and getting a migraine is just not an option for these individuals. The same goes for your concentration - taking a restorative break will improve your concentration levels for the rest of the day.
6pm: Leave work
Billionaires have highly scheduled lives. That's what helps them achieve all that they do, as well as have time for family. That means leaving work at work, so when they are at home they are fully present.
'My day ends when I'm tired and ready to go home… There is always more to be done, more that should be done, always more than can be done,' says Donald Bren , who always left the office at 6:30pm every day no matter what was happening.
'Sleep your way to the top', according to Arianna Huffington. She advocates sleeping eight hours a night, as well as banning all electronics from the bedroom. This eliminates the temptation to check work emails in the middle of the night, which can lead to insomnia and stress.
Billionaires likes to get seven hours sleep a night, as well as reading before bed. 'They read an hour almost every night. It's part of falling asleep,' they says.
Final Thoughts About Millionaire and Billionaire Habits and Routines
Most routines of millionaires and billionaires weren’t created overnight.
Instead, they’re crafted and adjusted over time until the routine runs like clockwork.
While you may have a few bumps in the road as you work your way toward a successful morning routine and building the right habits, the first place to start is simply to start.
Good Luck and please CALL me, when you become a BILLIONAIRE .