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5 Daily Habits to Steal from Will Smith, Including Manifesting the Life He Desires
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5 Daily Habits to Steal from Will Smith, Including Manifesting the Life He Desires

As a digital nomad and journalist, I travel the world while logging around 70 articles a month. To effectively manage a country-hopping lifestyle while also building my bylines and clients, I turn to the advice of seasoned movers-and-shakers who have developed habits and strategies for success. Each week, I’ll highlight the daily routine of influential professionals, making for the right kind of fodder while you down your coffee.

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In case you weren't aware, Will Smith actually was born and raised in west Philadelphia, and he’s spent most of his days since childhood rising to fame. Once named the most powerful actor in Hollywood, Will Smith has not only been nominated for five Golden Globes and two Academy Awards but he’s won four Grammys, too. In addition to his lengthy -- and impressive! -- acting and rapping career, Smith is also a talented producer, and as of late, an inspiring life coach on Instagram. While raising a family of three with his wife, Jada, of 20 years, he’s also collected some industry records, cementing his place in Hollywood.

To date, he’s the only actor to have eight consecutive films gross more than $100 million in the domestic box office, and in total, his films have grossed an estimated $7.5 billion at the global box office. With a net worth around $250 million, this superstar isn’t going anywhere anytime soon. To get to his podium, he’s followed a few distinctive principles of thinking and living, including these five you can adopt for your own lifestyle:

He stays ready.

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