Move over, Spock and Brazleton! You’ll want to make room on your bookshelf for this down-to-earth guide for parents who may live on Easy Street, but still struggle to know what’s best for their children. Her stories about inheritors present teachable moments and ring very true indeed.
Charlotte Beyer, Founder, Institute for Private Investors and President, Principle Quest Foundation
…an important book that offers a refreshing perspective on the subject of raising children amid great wealth. It is rare to find research based on the experiences of inheritors who have found their paths to personal fulfillment and to hear in their own voices what they believe led to their successes.
Sharna Goldseker, Executive Director, 21/64
Raised Healthy, Wealthy & Wise is a must read for wealthy parents who want to ensure their children’s health, happiness and engagement in life. The book’s extensive research is a major contribution to our field.
Ryan Ansin, President, Family Office Association; Co-Founder, Clarity Project
An insider’s view of a neglected but important topic, Raised Healthy, Wealthy & Wise: Lessons from Successful Inheritors on How They Got That Way is a valuable addition to the literature on avoiding the perils of privilege.
Wendy Mogel, Ph.D., author of The Blessing of a Skinned Knee and The Blessing of a B Minus
The author has given readers a lot to consider. She asks, and through her careful and thoughtful research is able to answer, the question of what parents of successful inheritors have done. We have been waiting for a book like this for a long time.
Angelo Robles, Founder and CEO, Family Office Association
For most families, more money means less stress. But for those who’ve accumulated the kind of wealth that can land you in the pages of Forbes magazine, the American dream can quickly become a nightmare of bad parenting and unhealthy financial consequences. Ms. Edwards-Pitt’s new book goes beyond the typical financial advice book and instead gets its practical strategies from real-life rich kids who have grown up into balanced, confident and productive adults.
Matt Schifrin, Managing Editor, Forbes