This book has been out a long time. I remember everyone reading it and talking about it. For whatever reason, maybe because everyone was talking about it, I didn't check it out. But recently I stumbled upon it on YouTube and liked hearing Kiyosaki talk about his experiences with money growing up, and I got the book.
I like it for the same reason I liked Your Money or Your Life--it puts your brain in a different frame of reference. We are born into a world view that mostly we do not examine. Then someone comes along and shows us, yup, there is a different way to think and live.
A fantastic example of this sort of world-view shift is the fact that the Egyptians did not store extra stuff, extra possessions. When they needed something, they went and traded for it. But they did not accumulate, as we do. Accumulating things is a modern phenomena.
Yes, indeed, there was a time in history when humans did not hoard, and possessions were not paramount.
Anyway, Kiyosaki points out how we do money in American society and the consequences of that method. Very interesting.