One of the best things about writing Millionaire Teacher is seeing the legions of people who have read it and taken action. I’m thrilled by how many hard-working people have learned to say no to the expensive products that are so popularly pushed by most financial advisors. Financial education, after all, is the only way […]
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When I started writing Millionaire Teacher, I was laying in a hospital cancer ward bed. The most entertainment I had was when the Chinese nurses forgot to put the “catching tray” under the toilet commode. Trust me, I laughed harder than they did. They thought I was even screwier when I started writing a […]
By Barbara Whelehan · Bankrate.com Friday, February 10, 2012 A new poll by the Pew Research Center reveals that the age at which children should be financially independent, according to parents, has crept up over the past decade. In 1993, 80 percent of parents said children should be independent by age 22. But in […]
My book’s publisher in Singapore, Nick Wallwork of John Wiley & Sons emailed me last week to say that Millionaire Teacher is the most successful book he has ever produced. Exactly what components come together to create a best-seller? Obviously, the book has to be decent, but loads of great books go unpublished—and hundreds (even […]
If you’re an American without family in Cuba, then the only way you can legally visit Castro’s old haunts is to beg your way through Havana. It’s an American law, not a Cuban one. Americans aren’t allowed to spend money in Cuba, so any intrepid law-abiding travellers from the U.S. have to fly there from […]
A new shipment of Millionaire Teacher is now available for purchase on Amazon.ca Amazon Canada – http://amzn.to/mtcanada Amazon USA should be receiving their new copies soon. Again, I’m very sorry for the delay.