Do you have the millionaire mind? The runaway bestseller The Millionaire Next Door told us who America's wealthy really are. The Millionaire Mind tells how they got there, and how to become one of them. Inside, you'll discover the surprising answers to questions such as...? What success factors made them wealthy in one generation? What part did luck and school play? How do they find the courage to take financial risks? How did they find their ideal vocations? What are they spouses like and how did they choose them? How do they run their households? How do they buy and sell their homes? What are their favorite leisure activities? To become a millionaire, you have to think like one. The Millionaire Mind tells you how.
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by Thomas J. Stanley, William D. Danko
by Steven J. Stein, Paul T. Bartone
by Jim Butcher, Kat Richardson, Simon R. Green, Thomas E. Sniegoski
by Thomas J. Peters, Robert H. Waterman
by Shelly Ellis
by Cydney Rax
by Kim Stanley Robinson
by Ralph Stanley, Eddie Dean
by Ada Palmer
by Chuck Wendig
"[Editor's note: The following is a combined review with THE MILLIONAIRE NEXT DOOR.] -- Just what does it take to become a millionaire in one generation? As anyone might figure, hard work and some luck play a big part. Inheritance, interestingly, does not. But there are many other factors, and Stanley and Danko spent years interviewing people with a net worth over $1 million to find them out. Stanley takes the research further in his follow-up program. Surprisingly, many people may possess at least some of these traits. The trick is that few people possess the right combination of traits or have the courage and self-discipline to use them effectively. Cotter Smith brings a relaxed but compelling style to these programs. The combination of the reading and the excellent abridgment makes for interesting and informative listening. Stellar audio production is a welcome bonus. T.F. (c) AudioFile 2001, Portland, Maine"
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