They say, "bad habits are hard to break" but maybe its should read, "good habits are hard to make"?
Here's another one.
Is the glass half full or half empty?
These are fun colloquialisms to convey an idea or concept but they speak volumes about how we perceive our surroundings.
How you look at things or your perception of your environment has more to do with your success than you think.
Ok, one more..."humans are creatures of habit".
This statement might be more familiar and truthfully based on scientific research. We know that as we develop our personalities in the developmental years, we form certain character traits. Those traits lead on to how we are influenced and what habits we are more prone to develop [good or bad] later in life.
How do we know what habits are good or bad for us?
How can we develop the habits of [financially] successful people?
There are no definitive answers to these questions but there are certain habits and traits that people who have gained financial success all share. Maybe its not money but a certain behavior you'd like to modify?
One thing is for certain, we all want to be better at who we are but we can never change the person we've become.