Be on time
Always have an agenda for a meeting
Have your teeth cleaned every six months.
Make a budget. The discipline alone is helpful.
Set aside a percentage for two groups of savings. Use one account to go to when necessary for a big purchase or a surprise problem. Use the other one for retirement. Never touch the second one.
People tend to like what they do when they are good at it. So, be good at your job and your diversions.
Always get the cost of goods or services up front. This is especially true of lawyers.
Buy one tailor-made piece of clothing so you can see the difference from retail.
Always travel with enough money.
Annotate your spending. This is great for taxes but also is educational and makes you aware of the value of money.
"To trace something unknown back to something known is alleviating, soothing, gratifying, and gives moreover a feeling of power. Danger, disquiet, anxiety attend the unknown - the first instinct is to eliminate these distressing states. First principle: any explanation is better than none." (Friedrich Nietzsche)
If you want to get ahead at work, dress like the boss.
Save 10% of your income for retirement.
Have an Internet site that discusses personal finance and stop by regularly. My current preference: