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Written Thomas J. Ph D Stanley - Audio book narrated by Cotter Smith - Unabridged Nonfiction - 8 CASSETTES
Publisher, Simon & Schuster Audioworks (September 2000)
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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.
Building on his research from the best-selling The Millionaire Next Door, Dr. Thomas J. Stanley delves further into the psyche of the American millionaire with a groundbreaking new study, The Millionaire Mind. In an easy-to-understand and often anecdotal style, The Millionaire Mind tells the stories of how people--a bus driver, a second-quality-textile entrepreneur, a Fortune 500 CEO--adopted the millionaire mindset to become financially independent.
Dr. Stanley takes a close look at the top one percent of households in America and tells us what makes them tick. His findings on how American millionaires attained financial success are based on in-depth surveys and interviews with more than 1,300 millionaires. Inside The Millionaire Mind, millionaires share their experiences, thoughts, and beliefs on the following topics:
--Memories from their school days
--Personal thoughts on being "the smart kid in the dumb row"
--Finding the courage to make difficult financial decisions
--How they select a vocation
--Driving factors behind their success
--Tips for running economically productive households
--What they look for when purchasing a home
--Where they spend their money and free time
While we tend to think of millionaires in terms of luxury and expense--i.e. Brooks Brothers, Jaguar, or month long jaunts to Paris and Rome--millionaires admit they are more likely to spend their money at J.C. Penney or Wal-Mart and enjoy their free time with family and friends, or raising money for charity. Dr. Stanley places fact ahead of fiction and reveals the traits, qualities, and characteristics inside The Millionaire Mind.