Tag: job satisfaction

Career Risks: Now or Later

By Sarah Fallaw on Sep 19th, 2017 in Lessons Learned, Psychology and Careers

In finishing the follow up to The Millionaire Next Door, and specifically in working on the chapter discussing work and careers, there is consistency in the finding that most economically successful individuals must take some sort of risk in their careers. The question is: when an opportunity (risk) is presented, who can take advantage of it? […]

Checked Out of Work

By Sarah Fallaw on Jan 29th, 2016 in Psychology and Careers

Last week, before the storms hit the Northeast, the gate agent on my flight from Atlanta to Philadelphia let us know we might be delayed because “we are waiting on one of our flight attendants.” I wondered why she was late and, if it wasn’t because of an emergency, if she had checked out of work. If you’ve […]

Working for Those Aha Career Moments

By Thomas J. Stanley on Aug 14th, 2012 in Psychology and Careers

  by Sarah S. Fallaw, Ph.D., Director of Research, AMI Research  Many successful people report having moments of clarity or EUREKA! experiences when it comes to business opportunities. In fact, 29% of millionaires reported stumbling across a great business opportunity as part of their career path, and 39% reported using intuition for business ideas (see […]