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In Multiple Streams of Income , bestselling author Robert Allen presents ten revolutionary new methods for generating over $100,000 a year—on a part-time basis, working from your home, using little or none of your own money. For this book, Allen researched hundreds of income-producing opportunities and narrowed them down to ten surefire moneymakers anyone can profit from.In Multiple Streams of Income, bestselling author Robert Allen presents ten revolutionary new methods for generating over $100,000 a year—on a part-time basis, working from your home, using little or none of your own money. For this book, Allen researched hundreds of income-producing opportunities and narrowed them down to ten surefire moneymakers anyone can profit from. This revised edition includes a new chapter on a cutting-edge investing technique....

Title : Multiple Streams of Income: How to Generate a Lifetime of Unlimited Wealth
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ISBN : 9780471714552
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Number of Pages : 336 Pages
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  • Chris Munson
    2018-12-18 22:45

    Corporate America can treat you like chewing gum in that they will throw you away as soon as you lose your flavor. Protect yourself by developing multiple streams of income. Covers areas such as freelance work, publishing, consulting, investing, real estate, web marketing, etc. Take the sting out of your next layoff.

  • Glen
    2019-01-04 17:08

    Okay, so not many people have written anything about this book. Well, I was given this as an assignment to joining a multi-level marketing business. Believe it or not, I survived that experience and still hold this book out as a vital piece of economic necessity; especially for anyone graduating from high school! Allen spells out the realities of what it takes to survive. Seriously, this book holds the key to survival in this current economy.

  • Luca
    2018-12-18 17:09

    Very good book on personal finance,. lots of good points, good teaching and lots of ideas you could do something with. I still have to make my summary and the few points I want to learn from this book. I should have read it long time ago. Can't recommend it enough, it really helps you with your personal finances.

  • Belal Khan
    2019-01-12 21:44

    I'll save you time:- Online marketing- Real estate- stock market- multi-level marketingLook it up on Wikipedia. It's just an information book and a lot of self praising. No real actionable content.

  • Waseem
    2018-12-26 19:54

    good book...almost a favourite but i feel robert covered 'too much'?ie - is this a self help book?...real estate book? info publishing?...all rolled into one! (but he covered the topics well considering the date of orginal publish)either way...5 stars ... ")Waseem Mirza

  • Randrussell
    2018-12-23 23:09

    many grandiose ideas and schemes that get you excited, but at the end of the day not real practical. one of those where you're motivated to take on the world while reading the book, but 10 minutes after putting the book down you know you're never going to do any of it.

  • Patrick
    2018-12-20 22:41

    Multiple Streams of Income is a lengthy but informative read. Across over 300 dense pages and 19 chapters, it's probably the longest and most difficult financial book I've read so far. Sure, it might not be Atlas Shrugged, but it's not a quick read.  This book talks about something that most people want or should want: a way to develop several streams of income into their life. Most people just rely on one stream: their 9-to-5 job. Sadly, this stream of income isn't always secure and many people could use a side hustle to gain a few extra bucks here and there. For me personally, all I've got it my freelance job that honestly doesn't pay a whole lot, but the extra money is quite useful.   Be warned that this book covers a LOT of ground. You'll learn mostly about the stock market, real estate, and starting your own business. There's a lot of stuff that went over my head and I feel like I would have to re-read it one or two more times before I fully grasp the concept. But I guess the important thing is that it got me thinking about such subjects in the first place.   Getting started in the stock market and real estate are things I've certainly wanted to get into for a long time, but haven't yet since I haven't really bothered to learn how those things work. The book also gives plenty of other ideas. For example, the Chicken Soup for the Soul series has made the creator millions and all they've ever done is publish the words of other people. Considering books like Dogs of Instagram are being sold in stores, perhaps it's not that much of a stretch to consider publishing my own book.  Like I said earlier, there is a wealth of information here and it feels impossible to soak it all in with just one read. It's something that might need to be re-read and studied over and over. It's something you'll need to go back and refer to later on if you really want to apply its principles. But there is a lot of potential here. I think that anyone who starts seriously considering what establishing multiple streams of income can do for them will reap countless financial rewards. 

  • Paul
    2019-01-02 14:52

    I like the layout of this book, although I think it needs to have an updated edition released after recent real estate woes. Despite its datedness, it still functions as a solid reference book and a source of inspiration for those who haven't really considered all the possible sources of income in the world.

  • Anton Klink
    2018-12-23 14:40

    Having read it quite a number of years ago, I remember liking it, yet I can't seem to remember too many specifics about it. Obviously it wasn't bad, otherwise I would have remembered that, but neither was it good enough to burn a vivid image into my mind, so three stars is probably the fairest rating I can give it.

  • محمد صالحخريـبـة
    2019-01-05 21:57

    قيّمه، تحكم به، إدّخره،إستثمره، إصنعه، حافظ عليه من الاخطار، شارك به -الكتاب مبني على محتوى "أغنى رجل في بابل " لكن بمعاصره أكثر وبطريقة عمليهيعيبه الحشو الزائد والمادية الفاقعه، لكن المفهومه والمتقبله في سياقها

  • Karim
    2019-01-05 17:56

    I think the book highlights many things that most people might not have thought about before. Unfortunately I think it's presented poorly in a haphazard way. I'm torn between giving two stars or three, but I think this book leaves a lot on the table for and hope a revision is in store.

  • Wendy Phraner
    2019-01-14 19:09

    The beginning of this book is good and packed with sound advice. However, the lengthy MLM pitch at the end was in poor taste and made me think twice about all the info provided.

  • Susan
    2019-01-15 18:46

    This is an excellent book! I need to add it to my collection and listen to it a couple of times; full of usable information.

  • Randy
    2019-01-13 19:08

    I think it makes me think about the many ways to get money to achieve financial freedom.

  • Shriyansi
    2018-12-25 15:42

    To be fair, I heard the audiobook. Yeah, it was him reading it aloud. If I could rate it any lower, I would. Absolute junk. It's a one hour advertisement for more of his junk. Unfortunately, for him, he has explained in the audiobook that his "products" are nothing but smoke and mirrors. So no, thank you. Also, he actually says: On the internet, no one knows who you are (context being that you can peddle whatever crap you want to unsuspecting suckers). And then laughs maniacally. Wtf? There's a whole lot of hooey out there in the area of self improvement. This one, is right on the top of the stinking pile.

  • ARC
    2018-12-31 22:01

    It’s a very convincing and practical read. The author writes in an extremely addictive manner that keeps u glued and highly motivated. Needs a thorough update on existing information but the ideas are still applicable today.

  • Theresa Alimi
    2019-01-09 18:03

    Great book I can read this book over and over again

  • Tony Bradshaw
    2018-12-31 20:44

    I gleaned much from this book. It took me almost half of the book to read and appreciate the WIT & WISDOM pieces sprinkled throughout the book. One that struck home because I am such a reader of books: "A single conversation across the table with a wise man is worth a month's study of books."-Chinese Proverb. Regardless, I learned much from this book. One action I will take is to dig further into an area of real estate I know little about: tax lien certificates. I made a phone call to my local court house to find out the next auction, and I couldn't attend. I plan to attend one in the future and see about making that great adventure into a reality.I really appreciate his story that was buried on page 228 because it has me thinking. He had done well in real estate and through his situation had to find creative ways to finance investments with little or no down. There are many of these ideas shared in the book. What was interesting is that he took what he was doing (learned from another, his experience and other resources he'd read to that time) and added one idea. One little droplet of intrigue that I see propelled him into the huge success he is. He could have offered to teach people "How to Buy Real Estate" and done a few sales, but he adds to this one idea that he called "A billion-dollar idea!" He wrote that he'd teach others to buy real estate "with Little or No Money Down." He claims that Dave Del Dotto, Tommy Vu, Carlton Sheets, and dozens of others followed after him with the "Nothing Down" idea.It has me speculating: What is my million dollar idea? What is my expertise? What am I passionate about? How can I package this to become "the ideal bait"? Then target the correct people. Then deliver the right solution quickly to get that "SWEET SPOT" he describes in the book.So, besides adding some books to my want to read shelf, this book has me speculating: Need to read less, ask advice more, and get my million dollar idea to the sweet spot of success.

  • Branden Ventrella
    2018-12-21 22:47

    I recommend this book to anyone with an open-mind and willingness. It does touch a lot of different areas and doesn't really give too much details on any specific source of income. But it does give you ideas on what route you may take and then you can pursue that which works best for you. I read the book and the one section that really stood out for me was the info-preneur section. I had overcome many challenges in life that most people would view as impossible to endure. Because of my experience I believed that I could help a lot of people if I share it. This book really opened my eyes to my true potential and gave me the extra confidence I needed to publish a book. Like I said, it doesn't give you a step by step in any specific area. But it does open your eyes to possible streams of income. Branden Ventrella, author of Any Body Can: How a Young Troubled Teen Found Freedom Behind Bars.

  • Andrii
    2019-01-08 19:40

    Вцелом, книга понравилась.Главы написаны в разном стиле и осталось ощущение, что книга писалась долго и с большими временными промежутками между главами :) Некоторые главы, конечно же, пестрят рекламой других книг, ресурсов и методик Роберта Аллена. Не мало глав были притянуты "за уши", наверное, это писалось по одной из рекомендации самого автора - "каждый может написать хоть что-то и каждое слово стоит $$". Повторюсь, книга мне понравилась - я почерпнул достаточно полезных идей, как стоит проводить сделки и каким образом можно создать дополнительные источники дохода. К сожалению, многие идеи с трудом подойдут в наших реалиях постсоветского пространства.

  • Franck Chauvel
    2019-01-08 23:01

    This book describes how to secure your "finances" by developing alternative streams of income that complement and can cover for your primary stream when times get tough. Real estate and stock market are primary candidates, but R. Allen illustrates also less obvious ideas such as affiliate programs, and Intellectual property licensing.Despite the fact I know nothing about finances, I found it easy to follow and straight to the point. Some sections seems outdated to me, especially the one regarding Internet, where techniques have evolved since 2000.

  • Paul
    2019-01-15 18:52

    A basic finance book with a twist. I liked the real estate theory and although I think it is not as easy in the US anymore and much more difficult in other places. The flexibility for negotiating that he demonstrates is exceptional. It's thinking about terms and negotiating in a new light and I liked that. I'm not so convinced of his network marketing theory and the Internet ideas are interesting but very basic and old fashioned.Still, it made me think a lot and that's what makes a good book.Well worth the read.

  • David
    2018-12-31 15:59

    The audio book was garbage. I wanted to learn about creating multiple streams of income. It was basically a 1 hour sales pitch to get the book. In it, he touched on flipping houses and trading stocks. Neither are options I am interested in due to people selling these ideas do not calculate for risks. The book may have better ideas, but I'm not very eager to check out the book after paying to download a sales pitch.

  • Katie Lorsch
    2018-12-17 22:10

    Didn't give this one a rating because technically, I didn't really read it. I made it through the first third of the book, but there were a lot of things that I wasn't understanding. I handed the book off to Ryan and had him explain the ideas to me. All in all, we are glad we read it. If you are interested in investing in real estate at all, this is a book you probably want to read.

  • Greg Pentecost
    2018-12-26 16:41

    After reading some of his other books I am always hesitant to recommend him. This book hits it right on the head! Multiple streams of income is SO important to getting the financial house in order. Skim through it if you must, but take a look at this book. It is also available as an audiobook, and I have done both.

  • Michael Rizzo
    2018-12-20 20:46

    Interesting idea's a bit complex and advanced for the financial novice. I would suggest for the starting investor or someone beginning to take control of their financial future starting with the books of David Bach and the Millionaire Next Door.

  • Laurel
    2018-12-31 17:09

    The best thing about Multiple Streams of Income is the picturesque title, which is both easy to remember and inspiring. It contains the clearest description of option trading I've ever read. The rest of the book could be substituted for any other personal investment guide.

  • Jack
    2019-01-04 16:59

    Good point: It got me thinking about money matters and that I should actually do something about it. Bad point: It's very out of date, and I wouldn't trust most of the tips without first checking against a more current source.

  • Cherie
    2018-12-24 20:02

    Though its a basic read, this book introduced me to the idea of multiple income streams and helped fuel my entrepreneurial spirit in the newlywed years. I would recommend it as a basic financial read, much like Rich Dad Poor Dad.

  • Austin Luca
    2019-01-03 22:10

    A must-read for anybody looking to understand basic financial principles. Investing your money is a must in order to build wealth, and this book dives just below surface level into stock market strategies and real estate, in easy to understand language!