6 Traits That Will Make You Rich

I’ve been reading a lot of books about personal finance lately, and I see many writers believe that character traits are just as important as money in this sphere. Those traits influence your attitude towards finances, which may make you richer or pooper. So, I decided to highlight some of the traits I saw mentioned.


Patience will help you make savings instead of getting in debt. It’s easy to explain: you can get a credit to buy a new product or wait until the hype calms down and buy it at a lower price. You can search a bit more for a good deal instead of getting one not so profitable for you immediately. Basically, even the patience of keeping saving instead of spending it all on something is important.


If you’re organized, you won’t pay fees late with higher interest, you won’t buy what you don’t need or already have but forgot, using sites like Only Reviews to pay less for what you need to buy, etc. It’s small things like these that, in the long-run, will help you become debt-free and get some savings on hand.


No one is safe from mistakes, especially financial ones, and if you’re able to reflect on certain situations and recognize those mistakes, you won’t repeat them. Your personal finance decisions will make difference in your future, so it’s never early to reflect and learn.


World changes, and the financial sector is no exception, so knowledgeability will help you adapt to the changes without losing money. Those who are always hungry for knowledge and are able to use it correctly become winners.

Say, you take up currency trading. The more you learn about the market, its tendencies, history, and key players, the more valuable information you gain and the better player you become.


Investment is still one of the best ways to become rich, and no investment is made without taking certain risks. They must be smart, of course, and you must still be patient, but good risks often bring dramatic success.

Hard Work

Working hard is one of the best magic tricks that will bring you money. Take up jobs, get into investment, learn from the best, and discipline yourself. I would add smart work to this tip, because working to exhaustion is never good and it won’t bring you more as you won’t be as focused.

There are more traits that can help you become rich, but you will have to discover those yourself. Every individual is different and some things may work for me, for example, but not for you.

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Tim Spafford

Tim Spafford

Tim is a student who works hard to get a degree in finance and build a successful career in business consulting. Being a student and living in London Tim has a real-life experience in budgeting, saving, money making, traveling and having fun.