Two roads to wealth :: which one will you pick?

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 I'm not a big fan of "get rich" tomes, something I discussed recently in my post on Kiyosaki's Rich Dad Poor Dad series.  But an exception is Stanley and Danko's excellent survey on wealthy Americans: The Millionaire Next Door

This isn't a new book but it reamins relevant as it has a lot of messages that Americans need to hear and internalize.  As a society we do a great job of consuming, but not such a great job of saving and investing - as our reliance on social security shows us. 

Stanley and Danko take a very different apporach to Kiyosaki on almost every issue related to wealth: material things, work, education, motivation and more. 

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I love that book-it was required reading when I was in training to get my Series 7, 6, 63, 65 securities licenses.  Everyone should read it and adjust perceptions.
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