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The Frugal Habits of Billionaires

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It's not all about things—and, sometimes, those of us that have the most understand that the most. Billionaires aren't often the most showy people in the world. Yes, they may be rich, but sometimes they don't feel the need to show it off. At the same time, their frugal habits have paved their road to success! Below are some of those habits! Try to incorporate them into your own life. Who knows! You might see a big change in your on life. Read on to learn more and let me know what you think in the comments section. Will you implement these habits into your own life? Let me know!

The Frugal Habits of Billionaires

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Mark Zuckerberg doesn't drive a fancy car. Instead, he's famously settled for a $30,ooo Volkswagen GTI. Nothing too fancy for this guy!

Warren Buffet may be one of the richest men on the planet, but that doesn't mean he lives in an ostentatious house. Instead, he resides in the same modest home he's lives in since 1958 in Omaha, Nebraska.

Bill Gates new worth may be in the billions, but he doesn't need a Rolex to prove it. Instead, he wears a simple $10 wristwatch. Simple, affordable, and practical!

Carlos Slim Helú prefers to drive himself to work! As Mexico's richest man, he can have any car and a number of chauffeurs, but instead he chooses to modestly drive himself to work.

Amancio Ortega, founder of Spanish multinational clothing conglomerate Inditex, eats lunch with employees in the Zara cafeteria. It's important to stay humber and down to Earth! No matter your net worth.

John Caudwell still cuts his own hair, doesn't buy expensive wines, and buys his own clothes off the rack from British retailer Marks & Spencer. He's comfortable with his life, as he told Forbes, “I don’t need Saville Row suits."