©2000 Thomas J. Stanley, Ph.D. and William D. Danko, Ph.D.; (P)2000 Simon & Schuster, Inc., All Rights Reserved, SOUND IDEAS is an Imprint of Simon & Schuster Audio Division, Simon & Schuster Inc.
I am an IT contractor by night and a real estate investor by day, learning to reinvent myself with discipline, integrity, and determination.
This was a very good read... it has already changed my mindset and my life. It was so good I will have to listen to it again.
It was too many to list, implementing the mind set is more powerful beyond belief.
No but I will for the next time I listen to it.
Fear is the mind Killer, so Face Your Fear
I am a financial adviser and no book is as close to this book as to how wealthy people think and act.
The story of the doctor was so incredibly true.
I do not know if folks really realize most of the uber wealthy do not flaunt it. The car shopping section in a way moved me.
I recommend this book to everyone who has not figured out cash flow
There are a pure facts gathered from a lot of real people which shed light on who millionaire is and how you and I can mimic them and be wealthy
The millionarie next door
Actual facts about preferred millionaires activities
The real face of Millionaries
It offers some pretty good advise, but I found it often repeated itself over and over. Not like a record skipping. Same information/advise was given in different manners.
I am on my third time listening to this book it is packed full of great insights.
Stanley does a great job of debunking many myths about the wealthy.
This narrator has a great voice, never rushes he adds a lot to the book.
Some of the myths surrounding the wealthy are pretty funny. One example is that they only use luxury goods... I like how he refers to many adult toys as artifacts.
The millionaires mind and the millionaire next door are fantastic personal-finance books. They are different from most that treat their audiences like they are dumb or have terrible credit.... This is a rare business book there are many great insights and it is well-written!
Dr. Stanly does a great job of getting into the mind of the millionaire. He uses stories and statistics to present his findings. It is amazing how off most peoples view of how millionaires act. This is a must read for anyone that wants to become truly financials independent in one generation.
In my humble opinion this book is horrible!
It does shed some light into the misconceptions about building wealth, but it also drones on and on, repeatedly reporting on compiled data, and statistics.
He also seems to report on the same data sets over, and over and over yet again.
Honestly, if you enjoy quarterly reports and statistics, this book may be tolerable.
Otherwise prepare yourself for a 12 hour report on virtually every conceivable statistic relating to the personal lives of millionaires.
This work should have been compiled as one large spreadsheet and marketed as such.
this book & the Millianaire next door are terific books to help you learn to live better and wealthier
The book is very interesting and applicable to everyday activities. In the beginning of this book, I had the ?so what? attitude, due to the author quoting various, non meaningful and statistics. The book tends to start off slow with some common sense items and picks up with some great advice and insight. I found a lot of the advice given by the author is meaningful and can be applied in everyday activities. My wife and I are changed by this book and the way that we go about conducting our financial business and discourse. Needless to say we liked the book so much, we now listening to it a second time. This book is different definitely one for the library and to continually to refer to as you progress life.
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