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Do you want to be a real millionaire? Or do you just want to look like one?
This is not a silly question.
In fact, a scholar decided to investigate who the real millionaires and the fakes are — and the results shocked even him!
You may have heard of him: Thomas J. Stanley, Ph.D., the scholar and bestselling author of The Millionaire Next Door and The Millionaire Mind.
More than 3 million copies of these books have been sold!
But in his newest and arguably most important book — Stop Acting Rich . . . and Start Living Like a Real Millionaire — Dr. Stanley sets out to discover what separates the real millionaires from the phonies — and why some become really wealthy and others look rich but actually are loaded with debt.
He even discovered a secret — One key decision even ordinary folks make determines whether they become wealthy or not.
This is what Dr. Stanley found: You could take two people from basically the same background, same education, and both with the same potential for success — yet, over time, one person becomes rich (sometimes super-rich), and the other person ends up not only with less wealth but also with huge bills to pay!
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Interestingly, Dr. Stanley found that real millionaires like to share their ideas for success and help others succeed.
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Dr. Stanley also discovered many amazing things about the real rich.
With the financial crisis, high unemployment, and tight credit, you may be saying to yourself: "Who is acting rich these days? We're barely making ends meet!"
Dr. Stanley exposes the reality: Most of us are spenders who barely understand the concept of frugality. We blow our money on expensive elite brands, and we do it in an attempt to emulate the rich people we see on television, in magazines, and down the street.
The recession may have caused us to take a breather, but every indication is that we will pick up right where we left off when gentler economic winds blow again.
Before you spend another dime, read this book and understand how to become rich instead of simply acting rich.
Stop Acting Rich . . . And Start Living Like a Real Millionaire will upend every assumption you have about wealthy people. Did you know that:
- Most millionaires live in homes valued at $300,000 (or lower)
- More millionaires drive Toyotas than BMWs and Mercedes
- Generally speaking, millionaires don't buy second homes
- Millionaires are much more charitable in giving than non-millionaires
- Most millionaires don't even invest in the stock market
In Stop Acting Rich, Dr. Stanley explains that one big decision you will make will decide whether you become wealthy and a millionaire or end up struggling to pay bills your entire life.
Most people take this one decision for granted. But it's the most important factor in wealth accumulation.
And many people actually believe that, to become wealthy, they must take a course of action that usually leads to the exact opposite — less wealth.
But Dr. Stanley unlocks more than wealth.
He also explains how happiness, real happiness, is the key to the wealth accumulation.
Unhappy people, he argues, constantly make financial decisions that actually lead them to a life of debt and resentment.
Stop Acting Rich . . . And Start Living Like a Real Millionaire rips the lid off just about every assumption we have about what rich looks like.
Amazingly, Dr. Stanley discovers that few people become rich by way of a high income, and even fewer high-income people are truly rich.
The good news is that almost anyone can become wealthy. Even without a super-high income, if you would just stop acting . . . and instead start living, like a rich person — and start making decisions, especially the big one — that will change your life forever, making you richer (and finding real happiness).
It's no surprise that Dr. Stanley's new book features Benjamin Franklin, the patron of The Franklin Prosperity Report, on its cover.
Well over 200 years ago, Dr. Franklin was an apostle to Americans on the core concepts of wealth creation. Now Dr. Stanley reveals these concepts again.
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