The Millionaire Mind

"The rich are different from you and me," F. Scott Fitzgerald proclaimed in his legendary observation. "Yes, they have more money," Ernest Hemingway curtly noted in return. Or, so the story goes. Now, The Millionaire Mind sheds further light on the matter. Written by the author of The Millionaire Next Door, the myth-shattering bestseller that identified who America`s millionaires really are, The Millionaire Mind explores in detail the characteristics that lead to achieving that wealth.

Based on sound, statistical evidence, presented in numerous tables throughout the book, Thomas J. Stanley, Ph.D., answers such questions as: What factors lead to extraordinary financial success in one generation? How do potential millionaires perform during their schooldays, both as students and leaders? What role does courage play in wealth-building? How do future millionaires choose their occupations- and their spouses? How do they manage their households? What do they do for relaxation?

If you want to become a millionaire, it helps to think like one. Written in an easy-to-read, anecdotal style, The Millionaire Mind shows you what it takes. Thomas J. Stanley, Ph.D., has concentrated on studying the affluent for the better part of three decades. In The Millionaire Mind, Stanley delves ever further into the backgrounds of those who, by dint of hard work, frugality, and unique personal characteristics, reach the heights of financial success.

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