Richer Than A Millionaire

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Richer Than A Millionaire: A Pathway to True Prosperity

Richer Than A Millionaire is a book designed to inspire and to point all people in what authors Bill Danko and Rich Van Ness believe is the right direction. This direction has been reinforced by over forty years of academic and consulting research on what it really means to be rich. The authors’ approach relies heavily on tried-and-true social science research methods of personal interviews and large-scale structured surveys.

Praise for Richer Than A Millionaire

"The new volume is a rich meditation on the ingredients for achieving prosperity and true contentment. The book is filled with practical wisdom and fascinating insights from two renowned experts. I highly recommend it."

David M. Smith, Ph.D., CFA, Director, Center for Institutional Investment Management, University at Albany


"Richer than a Millionaire is an authentic, well researched, and insightful book on creating true wealth and happiness in life. Relevant and packed full of powerful anecdotes, it should serve as a guide for anyone seeking to create a life of freedom, service, and significance."    

Lt. Col. Rob "Waldo" Waldman, author of the New York Times and Wall Street Journal bestseller, Never Fly Solo 


"Lessons learned from this informative read: Accumulating wealth is not the answer to happiness. Instead, being a good steward and serving others is a richer path to travel for a more abundant life."

Herbert L. Shultz, Jr., Retired President and Chief Operating Officer, FenimoreAsset Management


"Richer Than A Millionaire is a blueprint for all who are looking for true prosperity.  It offers a road map for living a rich life of happiness and provides the tools for financial well-being."

Michael O. Laddin, Senior Vice President, EBSCO Information Services


"Stewardship and charity make a big difference in my life, I feel a real sense of purpose and love of God when helping my neighbor. This book shows that I am not alone when it comes to understanding true riches." 

Robert W. Lazar, CPA, Director, Sterling Bancorp