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November 28, 2012

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Speaker Bio

Robert Allen

Robert Allen has been teaching ordinary people how to achieve extraordinary success and financial freedom for over 30 years.  He is the author of some of the most influential financial books of all time including the New York Times mega-bestsellers Creating Wealth, Nothing Down, Multiple Streams of Income and The One Minute Millionaire.  His most recent book is entitled Cash in a Flash:  Fast Money in Slow Times.  
Today there are literally thousands of millionaires who attribute their success to Mr. Allen’s systems and strategies.  The National Speakers Association has named him America’s Top Millionaire Maker.
He is a popular television and radio guest, appearing on hundreds of radio and television programs including Good Morning America, Regis Philbin and Larry King.   He has been the subject in numerous international publications including the Wall Street Journal, The Los Angeles Times, The Washington Post, Newsweek, Barons, Money Magazine and The Reader Digest to name just a few.
Robert Allen believes it is part of his purpose in life to teach people how to achieve financial success—even starting from nothing.  As proof he once said:
“Send me to any city.  Take away my wallet.  Give me $100 for living expenses.  And in 72 hours, I’ll buy an excellent piece of real estate using none of my own money.”
Challenged by Los Angeles Times to live up to his claim, he flew to San Francisco with an L.A. Times reporter and proceeded to buy 6 properties in 57 hours.  The L.A. Times headline proclaimed, “Buying Home Without Cash- Boastful Investor Accepts Times’ Challenge and Wins.”
Most people assume that “It takes money to make money.”  With the LA Times challenge, Mr. Allen demonstrated once again that the source of true wealth is an internal reservoir of passion, courage and persistence.
True to the title of one of his books, Mr. Allen loves to generate multiple streams of income.  What is one of his favorite streams of income these days?  In his bestselling book, Multiple Streams of Income, he shows how anyone can earn a fortune (like he did) by marketing specific “how to” information.  He calls it Info-Preneuring.  He is passionate about teaching people how to turn the ideas in their heads into millions. See http://www.robertallen.com.
In the past 30 years, through his books, trainings, seminars and coaching, his affiliated companies have generated over a BILLION dollars in gross revenue.  More importantly, his students have generated over a BILLION dollars in NET profits from using his strategies and techniques.
On the home front, Robert and his wife, Daryl, just celebrated 35 years of marriage and are the proud parents of three children, Amae, Aaron and Hunter.
Quote from Robert G. Allen about our current economic circumstances
I tend to take a long view of our economic circumstances.  I try not to get distracted by the short term fluctuations in the stock market, the price of gasoline, the unemployment statistics and interest rates.  Here are some major trends I see which will have a dramatic impact on individuals and societies.  None of these trends are surprising.  They’ve been underway for decades.
1)    Entrepreneurship is increasing:
This recent financial downturn should have awakened ALL of us to the need to have multiple streams of income.  As a result, more people worldwide are making the decision to take control of their own financial destinies.  Each family should develop “side businesses” to supplement their job incomes
2)    Competition is increasing:
There will be more economic pressures from emerging economies which are embracing entrepreneurship:  Brazil, India, Russia, Mexico and China.  There will be more competition, more commerce between countries, more business failures and more fortunes being made by smart business people who handle increased competition with tighter business controls.
3)  Instability and volatility is increasing:
We are becoming more interdependent worldwide—and therefore, shocks to one economy will reverberate more widely and be felt by many economies.  Small businesses will need to make faster decisions.  Businesses who don’t adapt will be swept away more quickly.
4)  Business is speeding up.
The speed of the Internet makes business happen in an instant.  People will need to become more tech savvy to survive.  Within this next decade over half of the world will have access to the Internet.  The pace of new business creation and destruction will accelerate.  Vast fortunes will be made by those who can handle the new speed of business.

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