Tag: Georgia State University

The Millionaire Next Door Swims with the Economic Tide

By Thomas J. Stanley on Feb 5th, 2013 in Mentor's Corner

Some questions are asked so often that they deserve their own blog.   One such question has to do with career choice framed in the context of “the need to become wealthy.”  Early in my teaching career a distinguished senior professor and colleague once gathered all of the young faculty members together.  He told us that in […]

Colleges Ranked: Tuition vs. Incomes of Graduates

By Thomas J. Stanley on Oct 25th, 2011 in Current Events

As I have mentioned before, I am a University of Georgia football fan.  Our arch rival is Georgia Tech.  Yet for 364 days a year, I admire and even like Georgia Tech!  I had many Tech graduates in the MBA classes that I taught at the nearby campus of Georgia State University. These men and women […]

The Magic of Thinking Big

By Thomas J. Stanley on May 18th, 2010 in Books and Publications

Are you frustrated about the way your career is unfolding?  Perhaps you are not achieving what you should be given your hard work and discipline.  If this is the case you may wish to read the perennial bestseller, The Magic of Thinking Big, by Dr. David J. Schwartz.  Dave and I were on the marketing […]