Tag: surveys

The Gift of Data

By Sarah Fallaw on Dec 22nd, 2016 in Books and Publications, Current Events

The follow up to The Millionaire Next Door is underway, and part of that effort has been analyzing data and merging the findings into the drafted chapters of the new book. A few weeks ago, I visited the team at Kennesaw State University who worked with us to administer the massive survey to assess the habits, behaviors, […]

You: The Mentor

By Thomas J. Stanley on May 16th, 2013 in Other

A few weeks ago, readers of my blog and AMI panelists were asked to recount their “ah-ha!” moments as part an ongoing research effort examining wealth building in America. We appreciate the honesty and courage that many of you exhibited in sharing your stories and how they changed your lives. Nearly 250 of you participated […]

Your Ah-ha! Moment

By Thomas J. Stanley on Apr 25th, 2013 in Other

In an earlier blog post, we discussed how career experiences, both successes and failures, can lead to moments of clarity (Working for those Ah-ha! Career Moments, August 2012). This post highlighted the fact that many successful millionaires have a wide range of experiences that help them determine a successful career path. Of course, a life-changing […]

Studying Wealth-Building: Your Input Requested

By Thomas J. Stanley on Feb 13th, 2012 in Studying the Wealthy

Thank you to those of you who have already signed up for the AMI Research Panel. We are preparing to send out our first survey in the upcoming weeks. If you have friends or family members who are fans of The Millionaire Next Door or might be interested in participating, please encourage them to sign […]