Back over the holidays, I went to see the movie “All The Money In The World.” This movie is based of the true story surrounding the kidnapping of J. Paul Getty’s grandson. At the time of the kidnapping, Mr. Getty was considered the richest man in the world.
Spoiler alert: Getty wouldn’t pay the ransom and things got ugly.
The movie ended up peaking my curiosity about Mr. Getty. The day after the movie, I ordered a few books about Getty and spent a month studying him. I was trying to understand how he built his businesses, how he managed money, how he designed his lifestyle and how he was as a person.
Needless to say, I learned a great deal from Getty. I learned some great ideas we can use with money. However, I also learned a few important lessons on what not to do with loved ones.
During my studies, I actually uncovered two money rules Getty lived by. These two rules helped him build his massive wealth.
I share these two rules and everything else I learned from studying Getty in the May 2018 Cashflownaire newsletter. More importantly, I dig into how we can copy something Getty’s mother did to help our children become moolahnaires! I’m actually using these strategies myself with my kids.
The May Cashflownaire newsletter will be released next week. You can join here:
And remember what I’ve been yapping about all week… this is the last week new members will receive every Cashflownaire Newsletter I’ve written. This includes the first six newsletters. You’ll also receive the May issue next week when it’s released.
This is kind of a good deal, if you ask me. This good deal really does end on Sunday.
Grab it while it’s still available.