20 Things The Rich Do Every Day

So what do the rich do every day that the poor don’t do?

Tom Corley, on his website RichHabits.net, outlines a few of the differences between the habits of the rich and the poor:

  1. 70% of wealthy eat less than 300 junk food calories per day. 97% of poor people eat more than 300 junk food calories per day. 23% of wealthy gamble. 52% of poor people gamble.
  2. 80% of wealthy are focused on accomplishing some single goal. Only 12% of the poor do this.
  3. 76% of wealthy exercise aerobically 4 days a week. 23% of poor do this.
  4. 63% of wealthy listen to audio books during commute to work vs. 5% for poor people.
  5. 81% of wealthy maintain a to-do list vs. 19% for poor.
  6. 63% of wealthy parents make their children read 2 or more non-fiction books a month vs. 3% for poor.
  7. 70% of wealthy parents make their children volunteer 10 hours or more a month vs. 3% for poor.
  8. 80% of wealthy make hbd calls vs. 11% of poor.
  9. 67% of wealthy write down their goals vs. 17% for poor.
  10. 88% of wealthy read 30 minutes or more each day for education or career reasons vs 2% for poor.
  11. 6% of wealthy say what’s on their mind vs. 69% for poor.
  12. 79% of wealthy network 5 hours or more each month vs. 16% for poor.
  13. 67% of wealthy watch 1 hour or less of TV. every day vs. 23% for poor.
  14. 6% of wealthy watch reality TV vs. 78% for poor.
  15. 44% of wealthy wake up 3 hours before work starts vs.3% for poor.
  16. 74% of wealthy teach good daily success habits to their children vs. 1% for poor.
  17. 84% of wealthy believe good habits create opportunity luck vs. 4% for poor.
  18. 76% of wealthy believe bad habits create detrimental luck vs. 9% for poor.
  19. 86% of wealthy believe in life-long educational self-improvement vs. 5% for poor.
  20. 86% of wealthy love to read vs. 26% for poor.

Main article here: http://www.daveramsey.com/blog/20-things-the-rich-do-every-day


It is hard to believe we actually need a list to point out the most obvious of things; but, hey, we’re Human Beings and don’t believe the Truth the first fifty times we hear it.

Go read the Book of Proverbs—there is your guide to being healthy, wealthy and wise:

The blessing of the Lord makes one rich,
And He adds no sorrow with it.

Proverbs 10:22

The notion that God wants you to be broke, busted and disgusted is a pagan myth. People who actually read the Bible know this; people who have never read the Book but insist on telling you what it says are easy prey for fables.

So if you want to be truly wealthy without all the divorces, addictions, alienations, abuses, betrayals, compromises, lies, schemes, blackmail, backbiting, envy, thefts, bribes, passive-aggressiveness, embarrassments, and even murder… try the Blessing on for size.

Once you step over you are no longer a sinner—you are a born again. You are not a sinner trying to find grace but a saint trying to avoid sin. 98% of Christians get this wrong. I will explain this in an upcoming post.


All Races in One?

Can all races come from a narrow if not singular genetic source?

Most people who follow the biology journals (who actually read) already know the answer to this.

Nonetheless, here is a lucid examination of the human genome by Dr. Robert Carter on the subject:

Original video presentation: http://goo.gl/xNMbR8

Still not convinced?

Here is an example of a white baby born to black parents: http://goo.gl/vAw9hT

Food for thought.

Bag Worship

Punching Bags

Every other morning I put one hour on the bag in a hot garage…

Usually listening to an Elvis or Johnny Cash discography.

Upper body only: jabs, crosses, hooks, uppercuts, back fists, spinning back fists, elbows, spinning elbows, hammer fists, chops, Heaven Palms, slaps, Aikido atemi punches (straight punches: 1 to 5 strike combinations). Then some speed drills and freestyle blitzes.

Wears a guy out.

But in a good way.

Eye Beamology 101


Here is the basic rule of the superhero power of “eye beams”.

First some, a generic description: superheroes with eye beams like Marvel’s Cyclops of the X-men, or Superman from Detective Comics (DC) emit beams out of their eyes. In the case of Cyclops I believe they are beams of force (kinetic) where Superman’s eye beams are heat (thermal).

So here’s the unassailable fact about eye beams: if you can see it you can hit it.

“Where is he?”

“There he is!”



“Oh, I see him!”


Assuming eye-beams travel at or near the speed of light, and if you have an unobstructed field of view, you don’t miss. And in the case of extraordinarily powerful eye beams, if the bad guy ducks behind a wall made of plywood and sheetrock—so what? Just blast through it.

Most importantly, eye beams are not limited per se to the direction your head is cocked, aimed, or tilted. You probably have—what?—a 90° arc of forward vision (excluding peripheral vision). Obviously, you can’t shoot eye beams behind you where you cannot see.

All this being said, how does Superman holding the Zodster in a headlock determine which direction Zod’s eye beams go? Zod could have simply moved his eyes a mere 1° to the right and vaporized the family he was threatening at the end of Man of Steel. That 1° when extended the distance from Zod to the family, say thirty feet, becomes the extra meter (maybe two) he would have needed to hit them with his eye beams.

In simpler terms, it doesn’t matter how your head is pinned: you still have a 90° arc of fire on your eye beams. And that is just horizontal. If you calculate in vertical eye movement, you have even a bigger window of fire.

This is definitely true for Superman and other Kryptonians.

It may not be as true for Cyclops only because his visor may be insulated with Ruby lensing and designed to focus his eye beams in a narrower range. In other words, Cyclops, by dent of his wearing a visor, might have blinders on and thus, a tighter arc of fire.

Basic stuff.