Although, John D. Rockefeller was the richest man in the world, occasionally, he served as janitor at his church.
Warren Buffett, the fourth richest man in the world, eats at McDonald’s every single morning and only orders one of three things. It never costs him more than $3.17.
The founder of IKEA, Ingvar Kamprad, was so frugal that he would regularly pocket salt and pepper packets at restaurants, reuse teabags, and drove a 1993 Volvo. He was worth $58.7 billion at the time of his death.
A kid that made a bet with his parents that if he turned 18 and was a millionaire, they wouldn’t force him to go to college. He first invested in Bitcoin at the age of 12 and now holds investments worth over $1 million. He says he won’t be attending college.
John Barrier, after a bank teller refused to validate his 50 cent parking because he was dressed poorly, he withdrew his million dollars from his account and took it to the bank across the street
70% of millionaires do not consider themselves “wealthy”.
Millionaire Michael O’Leary created his own taxicab company with just one cab so he can legally use the bus lanes.
The average Bugatti customer has about 84 cars, 3 jets and one yacht.
Millionaire Michael O’Leary, CEO of airline Ryanair, has his own taxicab company with just one cab so he can legally use the bus lanes and avoid traffic jams
In 1915 A millionaire named Cecil Chubb bought his wife Stonehenge. She didn’t like it, so in 1918 he gave it to the nation