Multiple Streams Of Income

Version: Abridged
Author: Robert G. Allen
Narrator: Robert G. Allen
Genres: Self Development, Finance
Publisher: Simon & Schuster Audio/Nightingale-Conant
Published In: January 2002
# of Units: 8 CDs
Length: 9 hours
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How to Generate a Lifetime of Unlimited Wealth

In today's world of economic upheaval, even dual-income families can barely make ends meet. Corporate downsizing and restructuring make the future of every job uncertain -- how can you plan for the rest of your life when it's difficult to plan for next week?

When you create multiple streams of income, you are forming a powerful tide of prosperity that can provide a lifetime of fortune and freedom. You won't only be helping yourself -- friends and family will also prosper from your good fortune. Robert Allen's techniques have made thousands of people into millionaires. Imagine what his amazing wealth-building formulas can do for you.

Using Robert Allen's powerful, proven techniques, you can create multiple streams of income -- income so stable and secure it can lead to a lifetime of wealth and ease. Whether your goal is to gain extra monthly income or to escape the stress of the rat race altogether "Multiple Streams of Income can put you on the path to prosperity, peace, and health.

Reviews (12)


Written by Anonymous on January 22nd, 2011

  • Book Rating: 3/5

lots of good theory, but not a lot of things to do. pretty typical book.

it's OK

Written by Anonymous on July 6th, 2009

  • Book Rating: 3/5

It started out pretty good until the last few cd's when Robert Starts tying to recruit you into his MLM network. Just like Robert.

Great info!

Written by Natalie on November 21st, 2008

  • Book Rating: 5/5

I got this book after listening to this audio because the information is just great! The author is one of my fave's, so my review may be a little biased ;) He does a great job of opening up your eyes to the many different ways of having an income stream flowing in for a long time, not just on a one-time sale. Good info on investing, writing information and being an affiliate for a product you really believe in.

I thought there would be more.. but I still got something...

Written by Bill Hehr on September 8th, 2007

  • Book Rating: 3/5

I was expecting to hear more specific information and more options. I understand that Robert has experienced success in real estate, but I was hoping for more options. I was able to get several good tid bits out of the book. The production of the audio was a little wierd. It was obviously converted from the tape version and the CD's did not match up exactly. I am excited about one of the options that Robert suggested. I am looking forward to putting that into place.

Not much I could use

Written by Carol M. on August 9th, 2007

  • Book Rating: 2/5

It was not so much a book as clips from speeches. It started out petty good. But soon became geared to real estate then multilevel marketing. And by the end I felt like I was at an Amway meeting! He made the point that you need multible steams of income but offered no real how to's.

Multiple Streams Of Income

Written by Duggal on April 3rd, 2006

  • Book Rating: 4/5

Nice book for the whole family to get educated in money and time management. It narrates ideas and explanations to start thinking about increasing the wealth. Good to listen with especially with kids to inculcate the habit of investing early. I concur with author that early the better and it would go long way for building their prosperous future. It is a very long book indeed and not every topic is interesting, however, still very informative for the starters.

Multiple Streams Of Income

Written by MA AT on December 24th, 2005

  • Book Rating: 4/5

Although this is a little out dated, most of the material is still quite applicable. I actually listened to it several times. I really picked up some great tips that I have begun to apply

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Written by Caleb LeGrand on May 11th, 2005

  • Book Rating: 3/5

Agree w/ Chris from Montreal, book was informative until NM speel. Information was useful in terms of granting perspective and inducing thought. Worth listening to once.


Written by Anonymous on April 16th, 2005

  • Book Rating: 2/5

Over-simplification & generalization. Points in few general directions.

Very interesting, but ...

Written by Chris from Montreal, QC on January 26th, 2005

  • Book Rating: 3/5

Very good tips throughout the program. Multiple streams is the way to go to get rich. Good time management, motivation and very rich in useful information of all sorts. Two drawbacks: this book dates 1998 and when the author talks about 20% return on your money, I am left wondering which planet does this guy live on. It almost got me to quit after the first 5 minutes. I went on nevertheless to find a lot of useful information. It went bad when the author started with his network marketing business. NM is a great source of residual income, but he is spending so much time telling you how he will help you make money when you join in his business, that I finally realize where he actually makes his money. One full CD is dedicated to his Network Marketing business and how he will help you become rich if you join in with him, by having your own business, no employees, no hassle. Just talk about the great products to your friends and you'll be immensely rich with this system that does all the work for you. Call me at my 1-800 number and I'll get you started right away. Sounds familiar? He really spoiled the soup by adding too much publicity for himself.

Author Details

Author Details

Allen, Robert G.

"Robert G. Allen is Director of ITTA Telecommunications Consulting Group. Prior to his current service, he was Senior Counsel to the Auctions and Industry Analysis Division of the Federal Communications Commission. His responsibilities at the FCC included implementing and executing the first U.S. broadcast spectrum auction. Mr. Allen acted as chief counsel on the broadcast auction project and drafted the review checklist containing the acceptability criteria for broadcast auction applicants. In this role, he acted as liaison between the FCC's Wireless Telecommunications Bureau and Mass Media Bureau. His views and analysis of current FCC spectrum auctions are outlined in an op-ed article recently submitted for publication.

Mr. Allen was also a primary author of the Commission's Report and Order adopting sweeping new service rules in the 218-219 MHz Data Service. Most significantly, he addressed the constitutional challenge to race- and gender-based bidding credits employed in the licensing of the Interactive Video and Data Service. He drafted a white paper setting forth the remedial proposal eventually adopted by the Commission, which sought to resolve the D.C. Circuit Court of Appeals litigation in the case of Graceba Total Communications, Inc. v. FCC.

Mr. Allen was Managing Principal in the telecommunications law firm of Allen & Harold, P.L.C. between 1985 and 1998. He practiced in the fields of satellite, telephone, new technologies and broadcast communications. He obtained one of the first FCC open video system (OVS) certifications in the country on behalf of a major land developer, as part of a plan to bundle OVS, Internet and competitive local exchange service package.

Mr. Allen led a successful legal effort to obtain initial experimental licensing and development of broadband satellite maritime communications capabilities on U.S. Navy vessels and private cruise ships. His regulatory work on behalf of a commercial contractor supported the Navy?s Challenge Athena project and resulted in the first use of the commercial C-Band satellite band on board a U.S. aircraft carrier (the U.S.S. George Washington). He worked to obtain the support of the Department of Defense and other key U.S. Government officials for an international spectrum reallocation proposal that would enable maritime users worldwide to employ commercial broadband satellite services at sea.

Mr. Allen was active in the development of new technology ventures in Russia. During the fall of 1992 he played a key role in the inauguration of a new privately owned Russian-American voice, data and television link between downtown Moscow and an earth station in the metropolitan New York City area, utilizing two Gorizont satellites in the Intersputnik system. Between January, 1992 and February, 1945, he was co-editor of The Commercial Code of Russia, an adaptive translation of the statutes, decrees and regulations of the Russian Federation, affording him an intimate knowledge of new Russian laws relating to privatization, banking, taxation, property and other fields of commercial law.

In the early 1980's, Mr. Allen served as an Adjunct Professor of Communication at the American University, Washington, D.C. and an Assistant Professor of Communication at George Mason University Fairfax, Virginia, He received the American Jurisprudence Award in Contract Law and was listed in the 1996, 1997 and 1998 editions of the Martindale-Hubbell Bar Register of Preeminent Lawyers. He co-founded the Community Broadcasters of America and is a member of the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences, the Radio-Television News Directors Association, the International Practice Committee of the Federal Communications Bar Association, the International Practice Section of the Virginia State Bar and the Bars of the District of Columbia, Virginia and the U.S. Supreme Court. Mr. Allen is married and lives in Prince William County, Virginia with his wife, Roseleen, and his two children, Jessica and Bobby Joe."