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Millionaire Women Next Door: The Many Journeys of Successful American Businesswomen Hardcover – May 1, 2004
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About the Author
Dr. Thomas J. Stanley began studying the affluent in 1973. His coauthored New York Times best-seller, The Millionaire Next Door, was released in 1996, and has sold over 2,500,000 copies worldwide. Thomas followed his first book with Marketing to the Affluent, ranked among the ten outstanding business books by the editors of Best of Business Quarterly. His second New York Times best-seller, The Millionaire Mind, explored America s financial elite and how they became so when it came out in 1999. The author, who lives in Atlanta, holds a doctorate of business administration from the University of Georgia in Athens and was formerly a professor of marketing at Georgia State University."
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Recently, before reading the book, I made the assumption that for women, money correlates with charity. Look at Susan Sarandan w/ the Heffer program and Oprah w/ her various charity beliefs...Awesome women who know how to give back to the world.
I feel it in my bones that this book is one of the variables in my life to lead me to success. It has opened my eyes and confirmed my assumptions to obtain success. And has also provided me w/ many other aspects and details I found interesting.
This is a definite book to have in your collection if you are serious about obtaining success. Not just monetary success but happiness w/in yourself and the community/world you live in.
OMG...the author really did repeat the same notions over and over...apparently to *reach* the female audience. To show them that he understands how they feel. That is condescending and a big waste of the readers' time.
Still, the content that is there (minus the repeative parts) is very good if you are serious about becoming wealthy.
Specifically, I was very interested by the comparison of women raised by nuturing parents to women not raised in nuturing parents. The difference is very motivating in creating nuturing environments in one's *present* life...something that is fairly easy to overlook...not only in relationships, but also physically (office space, no clutter, nutrition, exercise, etc.).