Tag: social indifference

Building Wealth & Minding Your Own Business

By Sarah Fallaw on Dec 7th, 2017 in Current Events, Lessons Learned, Mentor's Corner, Psychology and Careers

One of my students gave a presentation on how to use goal-setting theory to reach financial freedom and at the end he said, “but you’ll never save money if you don’t MIND YOUR OWN BUSINESS,” and this really stuck with me.  In the Twitterverse yesterday, one of my fellow industrial-organizational psychology friends retweeted this quote […]

Assessing Black Friday Fitness

By Sarah Fallaw on Nov 23rd, 2016 in Current Events

The frenzy of holiday shopping started over a month ago, culminating with this week’s Black Friday sales, where an estimated 137.4 million people will shop for something. My father had a lot to say about Black Friday shopping, particularly about those who felt it necessary or were compelled to stand in line for hours waiting […]

Finding The Millionaire Next Door

By Sarah Fallaw on Feb 16th, 2016 in Current Events, Psychology and Careers

Where is the millionaire next door? Part of my father’s role as an advisor to DataPoints was to guide the creation of assessments that could measure the same factors critical to building wealth in a broad population of financial decision-makers, not just the wealthy or those with high incomes. The assessments, measures of behaviors and life […]

Mom, Is that Lady in the Big House Rich?

By Thomas J. Stanley on Jul 23rd, 2013 in Studying the Wealthy

Mrs. C wrote an enlightening discussion about what she told her friend/neighbor’s child when the little girl ask if the lady down the street with the big house and fancy cars was rich. . . . I answered. . .with a statement I didn’t plan and it probably surprised my friend and her daughter as much it […]