Musician, Rihanna, has officially become a billionaire and card payment provider, Dojo thinks it knows how.
Earlier this week, Forbes, reported that Rihanna is now worth $1.7 billion, making the 33-year-old the world’s richest musician.
Rihanna’s net worth doesn’t just come from her music career, sadly, smashes like Umbrella and Disturbia aren’t enough to get you into the billionaire club. Instead, the majority of Rihanna’s net worth comes from her makeup and lingerie empire, SavageXFenty.
The singers foray into becoming an entrepreneur has been consistently praised, because her business ventures have been at the forefront of creating diversity both in lingerie and makeup, and clearly they are also bankable.
Rihanna’s makeup line has over forty shades of foundation, while her lingerie brand is known for using diverse models.
Arguably, Rihanna’s success could be solely attributed to her being savvy and talented, however, interestingly, Dojo decided to study some of the world’s most successful entrepreneurs such as Rihanna and Oprah – to see just how their routines contribute to their success.
The study analysed the world’s most famous entrepreneurs’ day-to-day activities reported in biographies, interviews and online.
These were then split into a category of either sleep, food/drink, exercise, meditation, leisure, work/admin or other to understand how they manage their time and achieve their goals.
From analysing the 26 female entrepreneurs’ day-to-day routines, it compiled a list of the five most predominant methods used to maximise time and increase performance.
- Block out time in your day for certain tasks. Develop an understanding of when you are most productive and use that time to its advantage.
- Take a step back and learn how to prioritise tasks.
- Prepare things in advance. Minimise decision fatigue and the amount of time taken on micro-choices or things that would distract them from fulfilling their overall critical business needs.
- Make lists and take notes. Organise and streamline your thoughts. Setting clear to do lists can help to make the most out of your days.
- Prioritise sleep, rest and health. Many learn this the hard way when starting out. However, it is vital to step away from work at times to realign your creativity, effectiveness and to avoid mental burnout.
So, maybe Rihanna’s secrets are making sure she gets enough sleep and that she prioritises her mental health, but the one thing we know for sure at B&T is Rihanna’s billionaire status wasn’t just luck, Rihanna is a force to be reckoned with.
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