If you considered the book as an educational nonscientific material (which you kinda do after all the hype in the media) then you'd expect it to be structured around a bunch of non-obvious theses and the arguments supporting those.
The book is nothing like this.
The number of theses boils down to just three: "invest into assets and not liabilities", "make money work for you" and "have a self-discipline not to waste your savings on liabilities". And all of the above are obvious to any sane individual.
The author tries his best to support the theses mentioned above by sharing several life stories. Which is not really educational because saying why you should "make money work for you" in a book about getting wealthy is like explaining why you should go to gym in a book about bodybuilding. It is a way too high level topic that does not really need argumentation.
The book is not well structured either. It seems like Robert had a list of stories he wanted to share and did so in a really chaotic way. He cross-jumped between the stories like a Hollywood TV series. Yes it made the book fell like a rollercoaster but did not anyhow deepen the knowledge content.
Overall: a good book to read in your bathroom instead of toilet aerosol's content. Though the latest is much more educational.
this book changed my life deeply. it's not 12 steps... it's not religion... it's Education, and it should be taugth since primary. I am lucky I run into this. Give it a try. I hace beber been this impressed before un my whole life.
I liked it very much. I learned a lot and could to both dads. Raised by poor dad mentality but found myself surrounded by rich dad friends who have inspired me to learn more about business and money. Taking that next step. Wish me luck and I wish it to you as well!