Tag: Dave Ramsey

Early Reviews for The Next Millionaire Next Door

By Sarah Fallaw on Oct 23rd, 2018 in Books and Publications, Current Events, Studying the Wealthy

The buzz is building around The Next Millionaire Next Door. Thank you to everyone who has responded with orders, reviews, and words of encouragement. And, many thanks to those of you who are requesting copies at your local independent bookstores and libraries. Below are a few links to reviews and press: The Dave Ramsey Show: […]

Millionaires With Marine Corps Discipline

By Thomas J. Stanley on Mar 18th, 2014 in Mentor's Corner

The national sample of 733 millionaires, the base for my book The Millionaire Mind,  is representative of a fraction of the top 1% of wealth holders in America. Out of the 30 success factors they rated, integrity and discipline ranked in a tie for first place.   It is hard to overemphasize the importance of discipline in […]

Here’s an Upside to Downsizing

By Thomas J. Stanley on Aug 10th, 2010 in Mentor's Corner

We recently sold our family’s mainstay, a 1997 Toyota 4 Runner 4 X 4.  I bought the car new as a reward, a merit badge, in recognition of The Millionaire Next Door hitting No. 1 on The New York Times Bestseller List.  The car was like a good friend; it never let our family down.  Even though it had 180,000 […]

$1 Million: Something or Nothing? (Part I)

By Thomas J. Stanley on Dec 8th, 2009 in Studying the Wealthy

Recently, Dave Ramsey magnanimously invited me to be a guest on his show. During the interview, Dave asked me about the changes I had noticed among Americans since the recent economic meltdown. One of the changes I mentioned was the precipitous decline in the number of people who advised me that “$1 million (in net worth) – […]

The Money Pit and The Decline of Enhanced Millionaires

By Thomas J. Stanley on Oct 6th, 2009 in Books and Publications

Apparently, my interview with Dave Ramsey on September 30th hit a cord when I mentioned that only a minority of people who own/occupy homes valued at $1M or more are millionaires. In my latest book, Stop Acting Rich, I use the term millionaire to refer to those households with net investments of $1M or more. This is not the […]

Avoiding The Money Pit

By Thomas J. Stanley on Oct 1st, 2009 in Books and Publications

In my interview on The Dave Ramsey Show yesterday, I discussed the relationship between where one lives and the ability to accumulate wealth. Here is a continuation of the discussion from my new book, Stop Acting Rich. Most of the self-made millionaires I have studied have one thing in common: They were able to build wealth […]