I've read Rich Dad Poor Dad, Millionaire Mind and The Millionaire Next Door, which were excellent books. However, How to Raise Millionaire Children is outstanding in that you don't have to wait until you're older to learn and apply the strategies of millionaires. You can do learn how to be a millionaire when you are young and start off on the right track! I want to be a great role model and parent for my children (3), and I even have taken a few parenting classes. With gangs, drugs and crime all on the rise, you don't get a second chance to raise successful children. I want to help my children avoid the pitfalls of failure, i.e., bankruptcy (twice), divorce and loss of business, and this book is an excellent resource. All my children have bank accounts now and are saving for college. Without a Father figure in the home, sometimes it's difficult to motivate and discipline my children. How to Raise Millionaire Children provides strategies I am using to motivate and inspire my children. I should have bought this book a long, long time ago. --Amy Riechet, Single Mom
I have 4 children ages 8, 10, 15, 18. Before reading this book I was entirely focused on academics. Now my children are enrolled in sports, computer and dance class, and my oldest son, at University of Florida, joined the debate team and wants to be a lawyer like his father. I like the back of the book where it shares other books millionaires read most often, and I have purchased a few of those as well. Dr. Jordan practices what he teaches and his son, Cameron, is his book manager. Very few 10-year-old children can get off the couch, let alone run a successful business, and the author's son has 2. The book is very well written, easy to read and easy to follow. In the front of the book, the book comes with instructions to read only 2-3 chapters per day. The book is a summary of 3,234 millionaire essays and reading 2-3 chapters at a time allows you to apply what you've learned. In addition to standard text books, this book rightfully belongs in every student library and should be made part of every school's curriculum. As a teacher I'm not easily impressed; however, this masterpiece deserves an A++. --Terry Heart, Teacher
I am a doctor and, unfortunately, I don't have the time I want to spend with my children. After reading How to Raise Millionaire Children, I realized that not everyone is designed to be a doctor, or a lawyer, or a professional. The most important thing is to do what you love and be the best at it. There is even mention of a Handyman that earns $100,000/yr. Unfortunately, I don't have a lot of time to read. I have read a lot of "How-To" books that do not get to the point and read like a novel. How to Raise Millionaire Children gets to the point quickly and there is no waste and no filler. It is divided into easy-to-read chapters that I can easily reference if I have a question. I really think the book should win an award for best cover. The cover has a picture of a one-million-dollar bill I'd like to have and is raised and embossed in gold lettering like my bible. --Nate Pearlmann, Doctor
About the Author
Dr. Jordan is a self-made millionaire. He has studied the principles of being a millionaire for over twenty-years and read over 500 how-to books on the subjects of Leadership, Finances, Rainmaking, Real Estate, Health and Wellness, Networking, Relationships, Marketing, Public Relations, Entrepreneurship, Psychology, Motivation and Investing. Dr. Jordan's favorite books are listed in the back of how to raise millionaire children. Not only is Dr. Jordan a doctor and a lawyer, he is one of the very few in the world of "Law-Docs" that practiced both professions every day. Dr. Jordan has built a tremendous reputation in South Florida with a family practice and has helped thousands of patients regain their health and wellness without drugs and surgery. He was the first doctor in Florida to have a health and wellness infomercial on a major television network, ABC, which tripled the size of his practice in less than 3 months. He has also appeared on the front cover of newspapers, the "Body's by Jake" show and local South Florida television and radio. Dr. Jordan is a personal injury trial lawyer and has had the privilege of helping numerous clients receive hundreds of thousands of dollars in compensation for their personal injuries. As a result of his unique background, Dr Jordan regularly appears as an expert witness at trials involving personal injury, medical malpractice and insurance related cases. During his spare time, if any, Dr. Jordan enjoys buying and selling commercial and residential real estate, investing in the stock market, reading self-help books and attending motivational seminars.