Tag: Atlanta Journal Constitution

The Benefit of an Open Book Policy

By Thomas J. Stanley on Mar 6th, 2012 in Lessons Learned

Mrs. Lang, my first Sunday school teacher, often said: You should always do your best.  Everything you do in this life is recorded in a big book. . . . and some day in the next life you will be judged on how you behaved on this earth.   And success often goes to those […]

Rich or Poor Today but How About Tomorrow?

By Thomas J. Stanley on Feb 8th, 2011 in Studying the Wealthy

The topic of income inequality is a popular one.  It is true that the bottom one-fifth of “income producing” households in America is accounting for a smaller and smaller percentage of the total income.  Also, the top one-fifth continues to account for an increasing proportion of the income pie.  How can it be that as the […]