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Rich Habits Rich Life - Book Review
by Rick Soto


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Rich Habits Rich Life, by Dr. Randall Bell (Owners Manual Press, 2016)



Socio-economist, Randall Bell, Ph.D., brings his consulting experience to draw a fascinating study about success. The author covers four habits that are “cornerstones of all great pursuits.” Bell begins by explaining a habit, and how a positive adjustment to the habit can become life-changing. Throughout the book Bell includes “Rich Habits,” which are interesting survey results of over 3,000 participants' habits towards becoming a person of value. The author uses research, history, and stories for entries. ME habits will inspire you to lifelong learning within higher education. Bell explores WE habits of building relationships, DO habits of building productivity, and BE habits of building a future. You will want to add this book to your 7 Habits of Highly Effective People (1989), The Millionaire Next Door (1996), and Now, Discover Your Strengths (2001) reading list.


3.5 out of 4 stars



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