When I wrote the first edition of my book, Millionaire Teacher, my publisher sent a copy to Financial Post writer, Jonathan Chevreau.
He tossed it aside. He didn’t want to read it.
“From where I sit,” he later wrote, “any career teacher who makes it to age 65 is already a millionaire, since the rest of us would need $1 million of capital in order to spin out an annual $50,000 from it. So my initial impression was that the very phrase ‘Millionaire Teacher’ was redundant.”