This book has some strong concepts that everyone needs to know, namely that our societal, economic and government structures were established by the elite to keep the elite the elite. Specifically the monetary and education systems are meant to keep the rich rich and the poor poor.

The problem is that this book is so repetitive that it cannot be enjoyed. He could have boiled it down to ten pages and gotten his entire point across, but then he couldn’t have made money on a book. He just regurgitates the lessons and stories from his classic “Rich Dad, Poor Dad” while focusing repeatedly on this article by Stephen Brill — https://time.com/.../baby-boomer-generation-america.../...

So read Rich Dad, Poor Dad. It’s a game changer. Then read the Brill article.

Then absolutely skip this book.

Thanks for the cover pic, Robert. I agree. A big thumbs down.

#26 in 2021

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