I attended the FREE two hour seminar which, as I expected, was a pitch to get you to pay $199 for a three day seminar. Fine.
The three day seminar did offer tidbits of valuable information, but was mostly another sales pitch for enrolling in their advanced seminars at a cost of $11-66K. Ouch! They pressure you, using your children and their future as bait.
During this seminar, RDPD goes out of its way to discredit college and its ability to prepare you to get rich. Very true. At least when you tour a college they don't make you pay for it. The $199 should have been free. They operate much like a strip club. You pay to get in, you give the stripper a few bucks and she attempts to sell you a $20 lap dance. It destroys their credibility.
I'm sure the advanced seminars have much to offer, but the price? They claim you'll get return on the investment 100 times over. They claim they'll teach you how to enroll in the class without actually paying a dime. They claim to be millionaire philanthropists, explaining why a rich person would spend their time instructing others. If they were true philanthropists, the price of their classes would be much more affordable.