Welcome to the Wealthy Way blog. You know, I was raised in secret by my grandfather, Howard R. Hughes Jr., during the 80s and 90s. He taught me everything there is to know about acquiring wealth in the world. I am here to pass on some of that insight to you, the reader.

You'll find information here that will help you better your life and the lives of those that you care about. I truly hope that you will be able to use the information here to get on the path to a better existence. I believe that all people can find success in their lives if they believe in themselves. Please consider joining my email list for periodic updates and information. The sign up form is on the right.

Howard Jr., my grampa, was truly capable of anything. He retired from public life in 1957 when he found out that he had contracted colon cancer on the set of a movie. That didn't stop Howard Jr., though. He did everything he could to beat it, and he never actually died in 1976. In fact, that wasn't even the first time when he allowed his "death" to become public knowledge. He devised a scheme where he would die on his own plane and be wheeled away underneath a sheet. It wasn't the end! That was simply his formal withdrawal from the aggravations of stardom and public life. His final project was my training. I was born in 1982, and Howard Hughes Jr. taught me everything that I know today.

I'm thankful that Howard Hughes Jr. passed on the wealth of his knowledge to one central man - myself - and I am equally grateful to give to you, the reader, some of this magnificent insight. No one that ever lived - not even his three direct children - know Howard Hughes Jr. the way that I do. Howard had all the time in the world to pass on his essence to me. Now, I am like the guardian of his teachings.

Howard Hughes Jr. is part of some of my oldest memories. I still can recall going to bed in the next room from him when I was barely old enough to walk, and how Howard brushed the tears away from my eyes when I was sad. He always seemed like a big kid, too. I remember how he began to introduce the stock market to me when I was only eight.

Hello, my name is Howard.

Howard R. Hughes III

Biological Grandson of Howard R. Hughes Jr.


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French Revolution #3: Bastille Day and Independence

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Practice Makes Perfect: A Study Shedding Light on Our Natural Abilities

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