Tag: entertainers

My First Encounter with a Millionaire

By Thomas J. Stanley on Aug 24th, 2009 in Studying the Wealthy

When I was a boy, we lived in a small apartment in a blue-collar section of the Bronx.  Just a quarter mile away was the wealthiest neighborhood in New York City, a residential community called Fieldston, aka Mansionville!  I was nine years old.  I told my eleven-year-old sister, “I’m disgusted with the marginal propensity of […]

Networking (and Saving) Advice for Entertainers

By Thomas J. Stanley on Aug 3rd, 2009 in Mentor's Corner

I received an inquiry regarding marketing/networking advice last week from a Grammy-nominated recording artist. I’ve included the note (with name changed), my response to her question, as well as advice for those in the entertainment industry below. Dr. Stanley, How do I apply your techniques to music marketing – I am a recording artist. All […]