Frugal

9 Everyday Habits of the Average Millionaire

Earning a salary, investing wisely and living below your means is enough to become a millionaire, eventually.

John Rampton

· 7 min read

4 Habits of Highly Successful Business People

Success has infinite manifestations but the same foundation.

Timothy Sykes

· 3 min read

3 Lies Unsuccessful People Tell Themselves

The path to success starts with seeing things as they really are.

Tor Constantino

· 4 min read

4 Money Habits That Separate Building Wealth From Just Making a Living

Have a paycheck? Now a side gig and a plan are all you need to (gradually) get rich.

Deep Patel

· 6 min read

5 Good Reasons for Being Frugal Entrepreneurs Need to Remember When They Succeed

Before you had much revenue you kept a sharp eye on spending. Don't change just because you're making money now.

Howard S. Dvorkin

· 6 min read

10 Life Rules for Millennials Serious About Becoming a Millionaire by 30

Combine an early and focused start with a decent job, a side gig and disciplined spending. You can't miss.

John Rampton

· 8 min read

11 Ways To Be Frugal Now So You're Rich Later

It's easier to double how much you save than it is to double how much you earn.

John Rampton

· 7 min read

Here's How Much a Millennial Needs to Save Each Month to Retire With $5 Million

For your retirement to comfortably last the decades you can expect to live, you need to start saving now.

John Rampton

· 8 min read

8 Behavioral Traits You Can Take to the Bank

The steadiness of a person's character is what determines if they succeed in the inherently unpredictable process we call 'life.'

Steve Tobak

· 5 min read

Carly Okyle

· 3 min read

6 Ways to Build a Happy Startup Culture the Scrappy Way

Founders are the ones who set the stage, as culture usually mirrors their beliefs. Because of that, it's important to set the values and tone right at the beginning.

Aihui Ong

· 5 min read

How Entrepreneurs Can Benefit From Frugal Experiments

Startups can snatch success from the jaws of failure by doing research on a shoestring.

Peter S. Cohan

· 4 min read