26 Jan January 28, 2019 – Millionaire Next Door Sarah Fallaw, Leader Architect Jim Grew and 14 Year Old Sammy Isaacs
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86% of millionaires have made it on their own. Most
millionaires are doing it on their own. It takes hard work.
Thomas J. Stanley was an author, lecturer, and researcher who started studying the affluent in 1973. His books on the wealthy spent more than 170 weeks combined on the New York Times’ Best Sellers list. His work has been cited in the national media, including The Wall Street Journal, The New York Times, Forbes, Fortune, Time, Money Magazine, U.S. News and World Report, and USA Today. His work on “millionaires next door” changed the way the wealthy are perceived. His daughter, Sarah Stanley Fallaw, Ph.D. is president of DataPoints, a company that provides assessments based on the research data of her father. Dr. Fallaw, provides data-backed insights into what it takes to become the millionaire next door today.
Jim Grew – 9 Time Entrepreneur and Author of The Leader Architect: The Right People in the Right Places Doing the Right Stuff at the Right Time
A common example of a myth is, ‘waiting until plans are
complete is better than trying something.’ That is a myth.
The truth is: start, try it, adjust.
Jim Grew has run nine businesses and currently operates The Grew Company. As an executive advisor, he works with a select group of senior leaders to accelerate their impact. A strategist, coach, and leadership expert, Jim’s unique mix of business experience and advanced psychology training is the catalyst that ignites dramatic shifts in business performance. Jim is a sought-after speaker and expert in the nuts and bolts of successful leadership. His work is based on his experience and his education at Stanford University and Stanford Graduate School of Business.
Sammy Isaacs – Salmon Entrepreneur and High School Freshman
Sammy Isaacs is 14 years old and has started his first business. He smokes delicious salmon and sells it to his neighbors. He started the business a year or so ago and has grown from selling a couple pounds a month to selling 40-50 pounds a week! Sammy is demonstrating the great spirit and drive that will propel him to amazing success.