Millionaire Women Next Door The Many Journeys of Successful American Businesswomen

ISBN-10: 0740755706
ISBN-13: 9780740755705
Edition: 2005
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Description: Eight years ago, Dr. Thomas J. Stanley swept aside the mythical magic curtain of wealth to reveal The Millionaire Next Door. America found out just who and how common the truly wealthy were in this country-and we learned the characteristics and  More...

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Book details

List price: $16.95
Copyright year: 2005
Publisher: Andrews McMeel Publishing
Publication date: 8/1/2005
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 320
Size: 6.00" wide x 9.00" long x 1.25" tall
Weight: 1.078
Language: English

Eight years ago, Dr. Thomas J. Stanley swept aside the mythical magic curtain of wealth to reveal The Millionaire Next Door. America found out just who and how common the truly wealthy were in this country-and we learned the characteristics and habits that made them so. Now the author of the follow-up The Millionaire Mind focuses on one of the least understood but increasingly rich demographics: Millionaire Women Next Door, available in paperback for the first time. "Why write another book that profiles millionaires?" Stanley asks. "The vast majority of the millionaire respondents (92 percent) in The Millionaire Next Door were men. . . . I felt that it was indeed time for successful businesswomen of the self-made variety to be heard." Readers everywhere will be fascinated by Stanley's thoroughly researched findings and conclusions. They'll come away considerably more knowledgeable and greatly inspired by women who have found the key to riches. Millionaire Women Next Door explores the meaning of wealth and the avenues that female entrepreneurs and businesspeople have traveled. The book examines their choices, natures, working styles, and lifestyles.

Thomas J. Stanley was born in 1944 in the Bronx, New York City. He went to college in Connecticut, did graduate work at the University of Tennessee, and received a doctorate at the University of Georgia. He was a marketing professor at Georgia State University, a public speaker, a consultant on selling to the rich, and an author. He wrote books on the habits of millionaires including The Millionaire Next Door and The Millionaire Mind. He died in a car accident on February 28, 2015 at the age of 71.

List of Tables
Acknowledgments
Women in Business
An Introduction to Millionaire Women Next Door
What Does It Mean to Be Rich?
Millionaires: Women vs. Men
Early Socialization
The Parents of Successful Businesswomen
Beta Women: Beating the Odds Against Succeeding
Alpha Women vs. Beta Women
About Their Benevolent Nature
Generous and Wealthy?
Learning to Give
Intrafamily Gifts of Kindness
The High Price of Being Controlled
The Gift of Gifts: Demonstrating Empathy for the Real Needs of People
The Choice of Choices
Choosing a Business: Opting for Self-Employment
Part-Time Work, Full-Time Wealth and Satisfaction
Prelude
Brian's Journey: From Hunter-Gatherer to Cultivator of Wealth
Ann Lawton Hills
Alternate Routes
The Sales Profession According to Beverly Bishop
Wealthy Educators?
Why Not Run the Family Office?
Appendixes
Technical Appendix
Content Analysis of 313 Essays Written by Women Who Own and Operate Successful Businesses
The Profitability of Small Businesses: Net Income
The Profitability of Small Businesses: Return on Receipts
The Profitability of Small Businesses: The Proportion of Profitable Businesses
The Profitability of Small Businesses: Net Income for Businesses with Net Income
The Profitability of Small Businesses: Return on Receipts for Businesses with Net Income
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