Jeff and MacKenzie Bezos' Divorce: What Does Marrying a Rich Man Really Mean
Just like Tom Bilyeu, Jeff Bezos also never uses an alarm clock in the morning - he wakes up naturally to make sure he gets enough sleep. As a rich man who knows how to look after his health, does he also know how to look after his money during a divorce? And what does his famous divorce teach us?
- You must have access to rich men first if your goal is to become a rich guy's wife. Jeff met MacKenzie at work in 1992. At that time, they were both working for the same company. Two years later, they got married and Jeff Bezos founded Amazon, the world's most successful online company. Yes, MacKenzie met Jeff before he became rich and famous. Having said that, Jeff was doing quite well in the early 90s, too. Basically, most hot women meet wealthy men at work because wealthy guys rarely have time to approach girls in bars and nightclubs.
- You have to grow with your rich husband if you want the marriage to be sustainable. I'm not saying Jeff divorced his wife because MacKenzie didn't grow with him. What I'm trying to say is if you'd like to have a stable marriage, perhaps you need to grow with your wealthy husband, because a very ambitious guy may grow out of this relationship fast and won't make the marriage last. Therefore, as a millionaire man's wife, you probably have to read more books about personal finances, investing, current affairs, international politics, etc. If those books make you yawn now, then you just need to make sure you look extremely attractive and can perform very well in bed. In other words, you must have your own unique selling points so that your millionaire husband will want to be with you in the long run. Otherwise, it's very easy for him to meet another hotter, younger and better woman who probably chases him anyway.
- Divorcing a millionaire is harder than divorcing a billionaire. If a man only has one millionaire dollars, he isn't super rich - he is just an entry-level millionaire. But if you are married to a billionaire husband, then getting a divorce is probably much easier. And here's why: With more money, each dollar means less. For instance, when Donald Trump divorced his first wife, he gave her a lot of money even though he was in debt at that time and they had signed a pre-nup. Donald Trump always makes sure that a pre-nup is signed before getting married each time. He says that's not the most romantic thing to do with a woman, but he has to protect his wealth. Yet he is still very generous when it comes to ending a marriage. That also means an extremely rich and successful man became so wealthy because he is smart, and smart people never waste money on lawyers fighting over the broken pieces. Intelligent people often choose to spend their money doing what they can to maximize their future net worth. Therefore, according to The Sydney Morning Herald, Jeff and MacKenzie Bezos' divorce is as quick as Amazon delivery, which means MacKenzie has probably become the world's richest woman now. By contrast, if a rich man only has one million dollars, he will probably spend the majority of his money on a lawyer who will possibly take 80% of his wealth anyway. Basically, he sends his lawyer to expensive vacations overseas.
Meeting a rich man, getting a rich boyfriend, keeping a rich husband and divorcing a billionaire husband require different skills. Have you mastered any of these?