The ultimate self-help audio classic finally makes its retail audio debut in a deluxe edition—with a bonus CD of the original, vintage recording that launched the personal-development audio business!
INCLUDES A BONUS CD OF EARL NIGHTINGALE’S INSPIRING ORIGINAL RECORDING!
Harness the power of The Strangest Secret!
One morning more than fifty years ago, an amazing message was played for a group of salespeople at Earl Nightingale’s insurance agency. They were utterly electrified by what they heard. Word of the message spread like wildfire, and everyone who heard it was positively ignited into action. Thousands of requests for a copy of the recording came pouring in. As years went by, that number soared above 1,000,000, and The Strangest Secret became the first spoken word recording to achieve Gold Record status.
Earl Nightingale’s timeless words are still regarded as one of the most powerful and influential messages ever recorded, one that continues to transform the lives of everyone who hears and heeds it. In The Strangest Secret, Nightingale expands the themes of that remarkable original message into a comprehensive program that helps you discover:
· Why you are where you think you ought to be
· Six words that can change your life
· Why hunches pay off
· How to know what you do best
· Why work and well-being are one and the same
· And much more!
The Strangest Secret explores the critical question—What does it take to prosper in an ever-changing world?—and answers it with success building discoveries that have stood the test of time.
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Earl Nightingale was the host of his own daily commentary radio program on WGN in Chicago. After retiring from radio at the age of thirty-five, he bought his own insurance company. The recording of an inspirational speech, originally produced for his sales force, later became the industry-launching phenomenon, The Strangest Secret. With Lloyd Conant, Earl began an electronic publishing company that eventually dominated the self-improvement field.
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