ABOUT 9 IN 10 SELF-MADE MILLIONAIRES SAY “IT’S IMPORTANT IN NEGOTIATIONS TO EXPLOIT WEAKNESSES IN OTHERS.”
AMONG THE MIDDLE CLASS, JUST OVER 2 IN 10 AGREED.
When Suze Orman recalls her life before she became the nation’s top financial guru and a media superstar, she talks about money the way recovering addicts or reformed sinners testify to their struggles with temptation.
In 1987, Orman was thirty-five years old and drowning in debt. She had her own small financial-planning practice in the San Francisco Bay area, and was leading what she admits was an overleveraged lifestyle. Her small house ...