Having read Money, Master the Game by Tony Robbins I was curious to see how this book would follow it up. I was surprised when roughly the first half of the book was almost a repeat of Money. Disappointed by this. That said, the remainder of the book deals with risk, diversification, getting good advice, and some psychology. The psychology part is where Robbins’ expertise comes through. In my opinion, that should be his focus and not money management.
One thing to note is that Robbins does have some financial incentive, as given at the beginning of the book. I’m not saying that is bad, in fact I’m all for it, but it is something to note.