|By Ariel Hart, The Atlanta Journal-Constitution|
As for the people showing off the bling? "It's the neurotic middle-class," he said in a 1991 interview with the
Stanley was a marketing professor at
The book got him on Oprah. It and a sequel "The Millionaire Mind" spent a collective 170-plus weeks on The New York Times' best-seller list.
They did buy a bigger house. But they stayed in the same neighborhood and didn't change the fundamentals of their lifestyle, said
"He liked the fact that it was a big city for the South,"
He also loved cars. As a young man, he worked summers at a Chevrolet dealership while in school. In 2012, he bought his own Corvette. He was driving it Saturday afternoon when he slowed down on
Of all his successes,
Their son, Brad, works in insurance. Their daughter,
Fallaw said she would continue the work. "We certainly will," she said. "The survey is being packaged up and sent out."
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