Here’s a short story that seems to have nothing to do with financial planning (but it does).
Imagine Bob Lutz.
He’s the former CEO of General Motors.
Bob is not the artsy-fartsy kind of guy. He looks and acts like a marine, which he once was. He smokes cigars. He flies his plane. He once said that global warming was a myth, peddled by the environmental movement.
But when the New York Times asked him about how his approach would differ from his predecessors at the time he started as a CEO at GM, here’s how he responded: