Tag: The University of Georgia

Ideal Location for The Millionaire Next Door: College Town USA

By Thomas J. Stanley on Dec 3rd, 2013 in Mentor's Corner

What a weekend for college football! [As a side note I always thought that college football is a better product than what is offered by the NFL.]  But when I watch a collegiate game, no matter how exciting, I can’t help thinking beyond the gridiron.   University towns often provide an ideal environment for small business enterprises.   The cultural amenities […]

The Master’s Champion Next Door!

By Thomas J. Stanley on Apr 10th, 2012 in Current Events

Hats off to Bubba Watson, winner of the 2012 Master’s on Sunday.  He is also an alumnus of The University of Georgia and was a member of the UGA golf team.  Just after he sank the final putt to win, my thoughts went beyond the excitement and pride for the Bulldog nation.  Of course I have a bias […]

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 […]

Abraham Lincoln: The President “Next Door”

By Thomas J. Stanley on Sep 8th, 2011 in Books and Publications

In the Across the USA section of USA Today a recent item from Athens, Georgia conjured up some past emotions about my alma mater.  It mentioned that millions of items were in the process of being moved from The University of Georgia’s main library to a new building which will house special collections.  I hope that my […]