Tony is an exceptional personality - however this audiobook strikes me as a money grubbing bombastic soapbox performance - informing the listener with gusto what he is 'going' to tell you later - By the time he gets to the information (that may have been nuggets at one time) to you - you have have lost interest.
in my opinion - This is a big pitch to get the reader to signup for 'freedom funds' or tony funds - or something else that Tony has setup to trap or sucker listeners into -
trap or sucker? maybe those are not the correct terms but what do you call it when someone with the clout of Tony Robbins writes a book with accompanying documentation sends you to a entity, company, fiduciary or whatever - and he is obviously getting some financial or other stipend from?
Tony's description of his move to Florida makes sense on a financial level - but it saddens the listener when he goes over the top with his braggadocio...
'my wife and I with our 200' foot of ocean frontage - yada yada yada..'
Admittedly Tony Robbins can pitch a point - he has a knack, a real gift - there may be some nuggets tucked into this - but Tony does a poor job of pitching to the audience in this audiobook - often underestimating the average reader's financial savvy - going far far to in depth into the obvious - other times glossing over information that is of real use -
This audiobook presents itself in an altruistic manner - the reality, sadly, is the opposite
Next time - if you really want to 'help' people - and are writing from the heart and not from the perspective of lining your bank accounts - get to the point - forget the tiresome setups - come up with a digest of real information.