Tony sheds light on many misconceptions in the marketplace and allows the listener/reader to break through the hype to see what is really in our best interest financially. His ability to interview the top names in the industry and get candid responses makes this book stand out amongst all the other investment books out there. I recommend buying the text version of the book too. The book contains many figures, numbers, and data points that are nice to be able to refer to in text. While the content was excellent, the publisher really dropped the ball on the selection of narrator.
Tony, but he only read the first and last chapter. Raspy voice or not, no one can inspire like him. Despite this, the selection of narrator could have been much better. MUCH BETTER... Jeremy Bobb should not get any flak for his performance, as he did a good job. He just should not have been selected for this particular job.
Nothing personal against Jeremy Bobb, he did an excellent job narrating the book to his abilities. The fault, I believe, lies in the publishing company, or whoever selected Jeremy as a narrator. Number 1: It's Tony Robbins, which is going to be difficult for anyone, even the most charismatic to follow upNumber 2: The topic of money, while intriguing, can be a bit dry, so it needs to be spruced up with an enthusiastic voice.
With the content in mind, yes... If Tony were reading it, yes... But the dull narration makes it difficult to get through.
I love the book and still recommend it to everyone. I believe it is a must read for anyone who has money in the market or is thinking about starting a retirement plan (which should be everyone). Despite the poor selection of narrator, it is a superb book, one of the best I have read on the topic. Tony really did his homework on this one!