Millionaire Women shows the mental makeup as well as other factors that enabled females to achieve great financial success.
It's a very clear and well researched book and very interesting with important information for women contemplating entering the world of business.
For all the fans who loved Dr. Stanley's previous book, Millionaire Next Door, this fascinating follow-up will exceed your expectations.
Although his prose is sometimes repetitive while he is reiterating certain themes , his message is clear; if you do as millionaires do, you, too, may become a millionaire! Read morePublished 4 months ago by Ruffslitch
I've never been one to penny pinch no matter how broke I am. I had just finished reading "The Power" by Rhonda Byrne, that's more my kind of thinking and believing.Published 9 months ago by her?
This is a great read. I read the millionaire mind as well as the millionaire next door. Some of the stories are similar and the ideas are all the same but repitition helps one... Read morePublished 12 months ago by Chris C
Quick fun read that helps you keep your dollars in check. I have been asked by at least 4 other people to read the book when I'm done.Published 13 months ago by ludwig5507
Great read build and give... suggested by Rev. Watley(Reid Temple) as a good book to read. Buy 2 copies, 1 to pass onPublished 14 months ago by Ms. Mima
I love it and I haven't even got it in the mail yet, God love's my steps to success and prosperity and good healthPublished 15 months ago by Akua
It's a very clear and well researched book and very interesting with important information for women contemplating entering the world of business.Published 16 months ago by Annieoakley
Millionaire Women Next Door by Thomas J. Stanley, Ph.D. left me amused by the thought that the typical millionaire woman next door he describes would be unlikely to read his book -... Read morePublished 21 months ago by T. L. Cooper
The book is almost completely new, which is a bit out of expectation. Also, it is a punctual arrival .Published on February 17, 2013 by Phoebe Wong