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The Millionaire Mind
The Millionaire Mind
Author: Thomas J. Stanley
After its first publication, Dr. Thomas J. Stanley's second best-seller The Millionaire Mind spent over four months on the New York Times best-seller list, rising to position #2, and has sold over half a million copies. Here is the first paperback edition of Stanley's second groundbreaking study of America's wealthy.The Millionaire Mind targets ...  more »
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ISBN-13: 9780740718588
ISBN-10: 0740718584
Publication Date: 8/2/2001
Pages: 416
  • Currently 3.4/5 Stars.

3.4 stars, based on 25 ratings
Publisher: Andrews McMeel Publishing
Book Type: Paperback
Other Versions: Hardcover, Audio Cassette, Audio CD
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Based on a professor's research of interviews with millionaires. He shares the types of personality and other traits they share. There are charts and there is much good information. Good read!
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This book describes the mindset and habits of millionaires in further detail. Interesting, but slow moving. This is a deep read like a textbook. Good for those serious about getting ahead financially but not for those interested in something light or a fast read.
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Some very interesting ideas but also a LOT of inconsistencies.

Example: p 355 "...the average value of the American millionaire's home is estimated to be $277,640." p364 "Their homes, on average, are worth $1.4 million." The author also cannot seem to make up his mind whether or not they live in "many of the better-quality neighborhoods" (The Millionaire Mind p 364) areas or "do not live in upscale neighborhoods" (The Millionaire Next Door p1)...amongst others.

The stories will definitely show you that you can be a success in many things that you never thought could create a great business. You don't have to be a straight A student and have a genius IQ to end up a millionaire and you don't have to devote every waking hour to the persuit of money to be financially stable, but its definitely not a "how-to" book.