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Conor McGregor: ‘How I Used The Law Of Attraction To Visualize My Success Into Reality’

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Forget MMA and boxing.

Conor McGregor is one of the most successful entertainers, period. In less than five years, he’s become the UFC’s number one attraction, broken all sorts of records in his boxing debut, made $100M—again in his boxing debut—and now he’s even launched his own off-the-shelf flying whiskey Proper 12.

“Something about simply endorsing an Irish whiskey didn’t feel right to me,” Conor told Entrepreneur this month. “I wanted to create my own, I wanted to do it my way and I wanted to do it right—from start to finish.”

At 30, how did McGregor make all this happen? Well, according to himself, he spoke it into existence. Here’s what he had to say.

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[VIDEO] Tony Robbins: Here’s How To Invest Before You’re 30

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As a millennial in today’s consumer-driven world, budgeting and managing your paychecks can be tricky.

Thinking like a consumer and not the owner of the product can prove to be a big difference to building your investments. Instead of owning the latest Apple device, you’ve got to target owning a part of Apple, and this simple move can be the first step towards becoming a better manager of your wealth.

Here are two incredibly important money habits to foster that millionaire author Tony Robbins banks on (and you cannot afford to miss them).

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VIDEO: 15 Things You Didn’t Know About Shark Tank’s Mr. Wonderful

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With a net worth of over $400M to his credit, Shark Tank’s Kevin O’Leary, popularly known as Mr. Wonderful has been the man behind multiple businesses — be it building a game company or managing mutual funds.

Here are 15 things you didn’t know about the Shark.

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Here’s How Apple’s CEO Tim Cook Starts His Day (And What He Does Might Surprise You)

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Earlier this year, Apple became a trillion-dollar company. Despite the tech giant’s great numbers, how does its CEO Tim Cook actually start his day?

In a recent Axios interview, Cook revealed he starts each day just before 4 a.m. with a strict morning routine.

What that consists of might surprise you: He reads user comments about Apple products.

“I like to take the first hour and go through user comments and things like this that sort of focus on the external people that are so important to us,” Cook says.

In other words, he reads comments from fans, trolls and everything in between.

You’d think the CEO never bothers to read stuff like that; that he’d have an assistant ready to give him the rundown.

“And then I go to the gym and work out for an hour because it keeps my stress at bay.”

Workouts can be super critical. Billionaires and other successful entrepreneurs cite fitness as a key component to their success (and overall sanity).

“I seriously doubt that I would have been as successful in my career (and happy in my personal life),” Branson once wrote in a blog post. “If I hadn’t always placed importance on my health and fitness.”

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