I liked the fact that he so plainly showed the difference in thoughts and actions between rich and poor. And that money is just an idea. If you are willing to take responsibility for your life and financial situation you have the power to change it.
Robert has an amazing way of explaining both his "dads" points of view. I truly appreciate his understanding and knowledge about money. I believe he can make you refocus your beliefs about your financial status and even give you a great foundation in investing.
Love audiobooks! Listen mainly to nonfiction. Enjoyed Power of Habit, Lean In and Kitchen Confidential.
Tim Wheeler is possibly the worst narrator ever. I used to think the people who listened to audio at 1.25 or 1.5 speed were crazy. It's necessary for this title. Very slow, multiple and noticeable sighs between sentences. This combined with the boring first chapter made me almost quit this book. I'm glad I finished though. The writing isn't great but the info is thought provoking and gave me a different view of money.