Fresh, interesting, fun, and full of good info. I highly recommend it!
Only “criticism” is that often their financial projections are in nominal, not real, terms. That means that even if you can be a millionaire by contributing $100 a month when you start young, that million dollars by age 65 is not able to purchase the same today as it will in 40 years. At 3% inflation, over that 40 year period the purchasing value of your dollar will drop by nearly a fourth—meaning your $1 million is actually able to purchase about $250,000-$300,000 of goods.
Brian and Bo know this, undoubtedly, and they are trying to motivate people with the excitement of savings and the “miracle” of compounding, so I’m sympathetic to what they are doing. It just irks me they don’t mention it in passing more regularly because it’s a very important distinction savers need to consider.