By Ronald Sier via

Here’s a short story that seems to have nothing to do with financial planning (but it does). Imagine Bob Lutz. 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:

It’s more right-brain. I see it as being in the art business. Art, entertainment and mobile sculpture which also happens to provide transportation.”

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