I received notice today that my longtime real estate and asset protection mentor, Jack Miller, passed away on October 9th after a short illness.
I’ve attended numerous courses put on by Jack over the past 25 years. He was a mentor to me and taught me the most helpful information I’ve gleaned anywhere about owning real estate, mortgage investments, and asset protection.
Much of what Jack taught wasn’t written in a book or taught in formal courses. He was a genius. There is no other mentor or instructor I’ve followed that has added more in terms of building net worth and providing peace of mind than the concepts and ideas embraced by Jack.
Of course, I’ve used a lot of Jack’s techniques and ideas with clients and even taken a few clients to his workshops.
I will pass on a message Jack sent out as his final communication to his students:
“I have concluded that the treatment for my illness will not be successful. However, I am thankful that I have had the friendship and support of many of you. It has been rewarding for me to see you grow and prosper and I hope I was of some help in that process. It is my hope that you will continue your efforts in the most ethical, enjoyable and profitable manner. Best of luck to you all.”