Thanks to the success of my first book, "Rich Habits," I began to receive frequent emails from individuals around the world, asking me to be their mentor.
But I'm one person running three businesses. I knew it was impossible to be a mentor to everyone. So, when I sought to write my second book, "Rich Kids," I wanted to write a book that served one of the most important needs of success-minded individuals: the need to be mentored.
Mentorship, I learned from my Rich Habits Study, was one of the Rich Habits of self-made millionaires. Long before they became rich, the self-made millionaires in my study found people to mentor them.
Mentors fast-track success. They take the success learning curve from a lifetime down to just 12 years, according to my research data.
What does that mean? It means if you want to get rich before you get old, find mentors.