Millionaire Women Next Door
The other evening I was stuck in an airport, as usual. A passenger on my delayed flight has just finished reading the new book, Millionaire Women Next Door, by Thomas Stanley. We had a few hours to wait, so I put my speed-reading skills to use on the borrowed book.
The women millionaires had a wide variety of occupations. Some were business owners and others were stay-at-home moms, while some had jobs with modest pay.
I would recommend this book. The bottom line is that conservative spending and disciplined savings habits go a long way toward success.
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Editors' note: Dave Kohl, The Corn and Soybean Digest Trends Editor, is an ag economist specializing in business management and ag finance. He recently retired from Virginia Tech, but continues to conduct applied research and travel extensively in the U.S. and Canada, teaching ag and banking seminars and speaking to producer and agribusiness groups.
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