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The 37-year-old who retired as a self-made millionaire followed two simple rules

In an interview for the USOpen. This arena is amazing, as well. For me, I relish playing tournaments in America and now here we are in New York, this is the second year of the tournament, so obviously I love it. I would have liked to have been more consistent last year. I do take inspiration from the fact many players are able to play great tennis after turning I think especially Roger Federer, who is now And sure, what worked for me might not work for you, but I can tell you that 99 per cent of advice you hear about getting rich can be compressed into two rules.

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The simple solution? Take a percentage of your income, say 5 per cent, and have it automatically invested. And over time you can increase the amount you invest to 10 per cent, 15 per cent, even more. This is how normal people become rich.

They understand one thing: small and seemingly insignificant sums of money, invested over long periods of time, can make you rich. A friend who owns a Toyota Camry once told me they were tired of being surrounded by Range Rovers when dropping the kids at day care.

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The same goes for a house. Usually that leads to overspending and not investing for your future.

Chris Reining retired from corporate America at 37, and is now an investor, student of life, and writer — though not in that order. You can read more at chrisreining. This story first appeared in Business Insider.

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