Tag: Millionaire Mind

A Mentor with The Millionaire Mind

By Thomas J. Stanley on Jan 26th, 2010 in Mentor's Corner, Other

Last Sunday, a church in our neighborhood sponsored a sandwich drive. Members and their friends who volunteered made 12,000 bologna and cheese sandwiches for homeless people in the downtown area. About half of the people who participated included families with young children. This is a great learning experience for youngsters who are part of middle class America. It teaches them more […]

Veterans Remembered. . .

By Thomas J. Stanley on Nov 11th, 2009 in Current Events

One of the most pleasant benefits from writing books is hearing personally from my readers.  I would like to share a letter that I recently received which is ideally suited for Veterans Day reflection.  “Dear Dr. Stanley,I recently…began to read The Millionaire Mind….  I try to read a little each night.  It was about 11:00 […]

The Millionaire Life: Beyond Those Next Door

By Thomas J. Stanley on Oct 20th, 2009 in Studying the Wealthy

Why did I write The Millionaire Mind? Because many of those who read The Millionaire Next Door felt that the “frugal” millionaires profiled there were too monk-like! I refer to the millionaires in The Millionaire Mind as 27-percenters, i.e. only 27 percent of those people who live in homes valued at $1 million or more are […]

Stop Acting Rich: Preface, Part I

By Thomas J. Stanley on Sep 22nd, 2009 in Books and Publications

Thirty years ago I first defined the blue collar affluent aka the millionaire next door type in a speech and paper that I delivered on behalf of the New York Stock Exchange. This began a lifetime journey of identifying and profiling the myths and realities of the rich.  I discovered that not all millionaires have high […]