From the time he was a child, Earl Nightingale's burning desire was to find an answer to the question, “Is there a secret that, if a man only knew about it, would allow him to have anything he wanted in life?”
He scoured libraries all over the country. He read everything he could get his hands on about success and achievement. He found clues in the ancient writings of Marcus Aurelius and the works of Shakespeare.
And, in the words of Earl Nightingale, “There IS such a secret…and I've found it.”
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There is a short pause in the middle before it goes to side #2 and talks about the 30 day plan.
Earl Nightingale used this secret to create incredible success in his life. He tried it as a 30-day test to see if he could double his income. He did. He set a goal to double his income again…and he did. He discovered — as have thousands of others — that it works every time if people are committed enough to apply it.
In 1956, Nightingale was going away for a fishing trip and his office manager was afraid that sales would decline since he wouldn't be there to do his regular weekly sales talk. So, Nightingale recorded a short talk that he titled “The Strangest Secret In The World Today” — and he explained simply and eloquently the powerful secret he'd discovered.
Imagine his surprise when he returned to find that his staff has shared the message with family and friends. There were literally hundreds of requests for copies.
Nightingale contracted with Columbia Records to duplicate the record and it eventually sold more than one million copies. It was the first non-musical recording to ever achieve a Gold Record.
Today, “The Strangest Secret” has set the standard for all personal development. The information you'll hear on this recording can change your life. It will also open your mindset to more prosperity and allow you to attract more abundance, prosperity and opportunity in your life.
I hope you enjoy this recording as much as I have.
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