Subscribe To Our Blog

Connect with Jack and Ann

Each time someone buys one of our books, we give one to a military family.

We are working with an amazing group: Operation Gratitude.

Operation Gratitude lifts morale and put smiles on faces by sending care packages addressed to individual Soldiers, Sailors, Airmen and Marines deployed in harm’s way, to their children left behind, and to Wounded Warriors recovering in transition units.

When you buy our books, you are putting my book in the hands of a Soldiers, Sailors, Airmen or Marines and Jack's book in the hands of a child whose parent is away from home. Thanks!

Jack and Ann are proud to be a part of Sear's anti-bullying program For additional resources,
visit their website.



Home

Our Own Backyard

Most parents want their kids to be successful. This desire has driven our society to take competition to a fever pitch to find the best schools, teachers, sports teams, ballet, gymnastics, art, and music. Parents are pushing their kids to be the best at everything, and have explored, exploited, and exaggerated every extracurricular activity on the planet!

In our haste to set our kids up for a wonderful life, we have forgotten to look in our own backyard and inside the four walls of our own homes. We send our kids to every expert under the sun, but then forget that we are the “keepers of the secrets”—the secret skills to help any kid become a success at anything they desire in life.

What Millionaires Have in Common

Millionaires all seem to have four common characteristics that drive them:

These characteristics can be fostered in anyone,and who better to learn them than our kids?
Ann taken these common characteristics and boiled them down to six millionaire skills, or ways of thinking, which every kid can and should learn:

 

In How to Raise a MillionaireTM Ann tells us the story of how she did it and the results she saw in Jack. She explains how she helped him build a business plan and she shares her tools with you so you can help your kid start their own business too. She shows you how to move from the parent who tells their kid, ‘don’t do this…don’t do that, to your child’s Trusted Advisor.

There are plenty of great speakers out there about kids and business. Ann’s approach goes beyond the why and shows you how. It is practical, easy and fun. You’ll be amazed at how something as simple as helping your child start their own business can permanently open up possibilities they never knew existed. It can transform your relationship.