I think that one has to have a certain understanding of what the author is trying to say .
at first i thought it was a lot of rubbish however some of the things do make sense: it all depends on one's determination, humanity and vision to acquire wealth - one needs to understand money as tools and use this understanding in a positive way;
as a family, we've been involved in a near bankruptcy situation where overwhelming despair took over for few days; we also realised money were only money and one always can find solutions when using a clear head and seeing a tool for what it is: a tool; relationships with people are the ones that saved us and of course, when one becomes the best in his/her job and shows ethics, one's doors will always open.
or one can say this book is self-serving and that is a fair point too
pinch of salt?