By | Kathleen Elkins | www.cnbc.com
According to self-made millionaire Steve Siebold, almost anyone has what it takes to become a millionaire.
“Like most things in life, becoming good at attracting money is no different than becoming good at anything else, be it being a sub-par golfer, losing weight or mastering a second language,” he writes in “How Rich People Think.”
And like most things in life, success doesn’t simply appear. If you want to become a millionaire, chances are, you’re going to have to make some lifestyle changes and sacrifices.
Here are 11 things rich people have given up.
“The masses’ major goal with money is to retire at 65 and hopefully have enough money to survive until they die,” Siebold writes. “The world class, while often no more ambitious, set their sights on impacting the world with their wealth.”