This infographic visualization summarizes the key habits and investment styles of highly successful entrepreneurs.
Chanel Holden

2017-12-19 09:39:00 Tue ET

From Oprah Winfrey​ to Bill Gates​, this infographic visualization summarizes the key habits and investment styles of highly successful entrepreneurs:

  1. Bill Gates (Founder of Microsoft), Warren, Buffett (CEO and Chairman of Berkshire Hathaway), and Oprah Winfrey (CEO and Chairwoman of Oprah Winfrey Network) read a lot. Gates reads a book per week on average.
  2. Mark Zuckerberg (Facebook Founder) minimizes day-to-day choices with a strict daily routine in order to think the most important ideas. Also, Elon Musk (CEO of Tesla and SpaceX) thinks and schedules his day in 5-minute blocks.
  3. Richard Branson (Founder of Virgin Group) wakes up at 5am to play some sport every day. Tyra Banks (Former Model) recommends working out to entertainment that inspires one to make exercise a habit. Moreover, Mark Cuban (Owner of Dallas Mavericks) plays basketball and/or takes aerobic classes on a daily basis.
  4. Sheryl Sandberg (Facebook COO) teaches women to empower themselves by leaning in professionally to take leadership positions. Peter Thiel (PayPal Founder) challenges everyone to accomplish his or her 10-year plan in the next 6 months. Thomas Edison and Steve Jobs exhibit the valuable quality of tenacity and perseverance to never give up.

 


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