A Collection of Timeless Success Ideas and Insights from The Rich Mind of Earl Nightingale!
A Must Have For Any Self Improvement Library or Collection.
This complete series consists of 36 INCREDIBLE audios of approximately 30 minutes each.
Over 17 1/2 hours of the greatest self-improvement examples, ideas and stories ever recorded on audio.
Timeless Wisdom and Knowledge, recorded in The 1950's, and yet these words still ring loud and true to this day.
No motivational speaker delivers the goods like Earl Nightingale.
His work shows his incredible research abilities, drawing ideas from some of the greatest minds in history.
From the ancient Greek philosophers to present day commentators, he has read and digested the great works.
And he has added to the library of human knowledge with his own original and creative commentaries on life and the ways of successful living.
He is everyone's mentor and his words can be your inspiration for achieving success.
About the Author
Earl Nightingale (March 12, 1921 – March 25, 1989) was an American motivational speaker and author, known as the "Dean of Personal Development." He was the voice in the early 1950s of Sky King, the hero of a radio adventure series, and was a WGN radio show host from 1950 to 1956. Nightingale was the author of the Strangest Secret, which economist Terry Savage has called “…One of the great motivational books of all time“
After World War II Nightingale began work in the radio industry, which eventually led to work as a motivational speaker. In 1956 he produced a spoken word record, The Strangest Secret, which sold over a million copies, making it the first spoken-word recording to achieve Gold Record status.
In 1960, he cofounded the Nightingale-Conant corporation with Lloyd Conant.
Nightingale’s radio program, Our Changing World, became the most highly syndicated radio program ever, and was heard across the United States, Canada, Mexico, Australia, New Zealand, Fiji, South Africa, the Bahamas, 23 countries overseas, as well as the Armed Forces Network.
In 1985, Nightingale was inducted into The Association of National Broadcasters, Radio Hall of Fame.
During his lifetime, Nightingale wrote and recorded over 7,000 radio programs, 250 audio programs as well as television programs and videos.
In the mid-eighties, Nightingale wrote his first book, Earl Nightingale’s Greatest Discovery for which he received the Napoleon Hill Gold Medal for Literary Excellency.
Just prior to his death in 1989, Nightingale created a new format for a book that included his text, his illustrations, and incorporated space for a private journal.
He called it The Winner’s Notebook.
"I expect to pass through life but once.
If therefore, there be any kindness I can show,
or any good thing I can do for any fellow being,
let me do it now, and not defer or neglect it, as I shall not pass this way again"
~ Stephen Grellet
"Faith and Fear Share The Same Definition.
Believing that what you cannot see will surely come to pass.
Faith Attracts The Positive while fear attracts the negative."
~ Author Unknown