In his runaway best-seller The Millionaire Next Door, Thomas J. Stanley shows you where to find America's wealthy. Now with this groundbreaking companion to that book, he takes you inside their minds to explore the unique ideas and approaches to life that make them so amazingly prosperous. Author, lecturer, and researcher Thomas J. Stanley has studied the wealthy since 1973. His unexpected findings show many of America's financial elite got that way in only one generation-sometimes astonishing the teachers who years ago had predicted mediocre futures for them. So what sets millionaires apart from everyone else? Is it the schools they attend, their choices of vocation, or the way they run their households? Or is it just plain luck? As narrator Cotter Smith reveals the surprising answers, he will inspire you to think like a millionaire-and take the first steps down the road to becoming one.
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by Thomas J. Stanley, William D. Danko
by J. Todd Scott
by Thomas Moore
by Thomas Gilovich, Lee Ross
by Thomas J. Anderson
by Jennifer McCrea, Jeffrey C. Walker, Karl Weber
by Keisha Ervin
by Shelly Ellis
by Cydney Rax
by Stanley K. Ridgley
"[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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