How Old Money Operates

For Homecoming two years ago, a large group of my daughter’s friends met at one of the oldest and most prestigious country clubs in our area for pictures. All of the Moms immediately turned into paparazzi, snapping dozens of pictures. I didn’t take one picture. 🙂 Kirtland County Club was designed and built in the…

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The Incredible Lifestyle of Judge Judy

In my Cashflownaire Membership, I do my best to try and break this false programming… In order to be successful financially, you MUST work hard. Sadly, we’ve all been taught some version of this statement. Thankfully, it isn’t 100% accurate. How do I know it isn’t accurate? Well, if you study lots of successful people,…

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Here’s why you shouldn’t keep up with the Joneses (PICS)

I don’t have a subscription to the Wall Street Journal, so I couldn’t read this article. However, it’s safe to assume that Mr. Greene regrets building his MegaMansion. I don’t have any statistical proof on this…. but I would estimate that 90% of the people who buy very large homes end up regretting their purchases…

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The Amazing Lifestyle of Captain Joe

For spring break each year, we usually go to Hilton Head Island in South Carolina. It’s one of our favorite places, and we’ve made some great friends on the island over the years. For every vacation, I try to find something new for the family to do. New adventures are a lot of fun and…

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The TWO Money Rules of One of The Richest Men in the World: J. Paul Getty

Last year, I went to see the movie “All The Money In The World” when it was in the theaters. It’s the true story of the kidnapping of J. Paul Getty’s grandson. At the time of the kidnapping, Getty was one of the richest men in the world. His grandson was kidnapped as a way…

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