and down stock
unemployment. Failing banks. Worsening economy.
same concerns mirror those that troubled personal
achievement legend Earl Nightingale more than 80 years
ago? As a small child, he wondered how some could be
so poor while others were so rich.
He spent his lifetime looking for the answer and...
It He Called It
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asked 100 people today the secret of success, the odds
are that only a few, if any, could tell you the real
truth. Most would have an opinion --- hard work…
education… knowing the right people… lucky breaks… and
on and on. But most wouldn’t even come close to the real
The fact that most of the people wouldn’t know the real
secret of success explains why relatively few people end
up living the kind of life they’d like to.
Have you ever wondered why some people succeed and most
don’t? Why some people seem to have the “midas touch”
while others work harder and yet struggle to get by? Has
it discouraged you to see some people almost
“effortlessly” selling the same thing that you can
hardly find prospects for?
As a young man, Earl Nightingale wondered the same
things and he began a relentless search to find the
answer. When he discovered it – the answer that he
called “the strangest secret” -- it would change his
life, the lives of millions of people around the world,
and create an entire industry in the process.
one person with identical skills can earn hundreds
of thousands more than another
some people shoot to the top of the company while
others are fired
some people live happy productive lives while people
of identical upbringings and education stumble from
failure to failure
some seem to achieve goals almost effortlessly while
most can't seem to get on track
some marriages flourish while others end early
after his discovery, Nightingale shared the secret with
the world. His recording of “The Strangest Secret”
became the first (and only) spoken word message to sell
more than a million records. It earned him a Gold Record
and the undying thanks of all who used the “secret” to
change their lives.
Nightingale went on to produce many more recordings that
would radically alter people’s lives. His
ground-breaking Lead the Field has been used in
thousands of management, executive and sales training
programs. Leaders in industry, education and government
have called its messages “the greatest of our time.”
Offering: This Limited Edition Library Contains More Than 30
Lessons That Will Steer You Through Troubled Times to
By special arrangement with Earl's
widow, Diana Nightingale, we’re able to make available
for the first time a prized collection of Earl Nightingale’s very best
works. This “limited edition” includes his
famous works like The Strangest
Secret, The Man on the White Horse, The Boss, as well as Creative Thinking, As A Man Thinketh, Acres of Diamonds and The Common Denominator.
In it you'll find:
DVD 1 - Earl
Nightingale: The Man, The Storyteller, The Dreamer
DVD 2 - Roadmap to Success
CD 1 - 1956 Gold Record recording of "The Strangest
CD 2 - The Classic Library
Track 1 - The Magic Word
Track 2 - Acres of Diamonds
Track 3 - The Boss
Track 4 - The Man on the White Horse
CD 3 - The Leadership Library - I
Track 1 - A Worthy Ideal
Track 2 - Power of Mind
Track 3 - Cause & Effect
Track 4 - Truth and Honesty
Track 5 - Conformity
CD 4 - The Leadership Library - II
Track 1 - The Value of Man
Track 2 - Money
Track 3 - The Human Pyramid
Track 4 - Today
CD 5 - The Creative Library - I
Track 1 - Creative Quotient
Track 2 - Characteristics of Creativity
Track 3 - Your Gold Mine
Track 4 - Creative Tools
Track 5 - A Great Man
CD 6 - The Creative Library - II
Track 1 - New Ways to Think
Track 2 - Problem Solving
Track 3 - Brainstorming
Track 4 - Creative Action
Track 5 - The Creative Person
Track 6 - Creative Challenge
This limited edition library of success has
been digitally remastered from the original recorded
sets and is available now in this special
collection. Here are some of the powerful lessons you’ll
• The Magic Word – It’s a two-edged sword which
brings us the success we seek – or if misused, a life of
disappointment and frustration.
• Greener Pastures – Opportunities are everywhere around
you. Learn how to recognize and capitalize on the
opportunities in your everyday surroundings.
• A Worthy Destination – Set your goals and reach
them on schedule. Learn how to go through life from one
success to another.
• Miracle of Your Mind – How an hour a day can put you
in the top 5%. A single hour a day, properly used,
brings you the greatest satisfaction a person can know.
• Destiny in the Balance – How to be the Master of
Your Fate. Here is told, and defined in detail, the law
which is the basis of all economics and personal
well-being. The might be called the “law of laws.”
• Seed for Achievement – A single decision can give your
life greater direction. Learn how anyone at all can
achieve the success he seeks.
• It’s Easier to Win – Success can be easier than
failure. This message cuts straight through all the
confusion as to why we act, talk and conduct ourselves
as we do.
• How Much Are You Worth – Look at your life as
President of your own company and apply to your life the
same practices that have built the most successful
companies in the world.
• The Boss – it will probably surprise you to know
who the real boss is.
• Let’s Talk About Money – Learn how much “enough money”
is and how to earn it.
• One Thing You Can’t Hide – You can raise your
“success ceiling.” This message alone, according to
leading experts, can mean hundreds of thousands of
dollars of difference in a person’s lifetime income.
• The Man on the White Horse – Learn what every industry
and every profession is looking for and how you can
• Treasure of Your Mind – How much is an idea worth?
Learn how to use more of your full brain power.
• Test Your “C.Q.” – You are more creative than you
think but not nearly as creative as you’re going to be.
This “Creativity Quotient” test is the launching pad for
your rise to new creative heights.
• Characteristics for Creativity – Really creative
people – from Socrates to Schweitzer – have had certain
characteristics in common. You have them too. Here is a
way to spotlight them in building your own creative
• The Gold Mine Between Your Ears – Your mind is your
most amazingly valuable asset. This messages describes
the four basic powers of your brain – shows you how to
put each one of them to work for you…creatively.
• Your Most Valuable Creative Tools –
Questions…especially the open-ended type described
here…are the creative acts of your intelligence. Learn
how to ask these skillful questions and how to benefit
from the resulting answers.
• One of History’s Greatest Men – Wherever men pursue
truth or dare to be intellectually free, they are
following the example of Socrates. This listening-test
story about that great man will inspire your own pursuit
of the victories of the free mind.
• Sharpen Your Listening Skill – Question and answers
on the listening test story. Good listening pays high
dividend. Here are ten expert ways to increase your
listening power – to provide first-hand fuel for your
• New Ways to Think – Here are tested ways to think in
new dimensions and spur your mind to creative action.
You literally force your brain to work in undiscovered
ways when you adopt these new thought patterns.
• Creative Problem Solving – Problem solving,
decision making, and goal achievement are skills you can
improve. Apply these methods and watch your creativity
• The Brainstorm – Here is an important, positive
approach to problem solving. Brainstorming – the
technique of deferred judgment – means thinking with the
breaks off. The rules for brainstorming are simple and
• Ready for Action – The final phases of creative
problem solving call for evaluation and action. After
you’ve got them all together, your ideas need to be
screened for effectiveness, facility, time and cost.
Then the six-step action plan helps you get the best
ones into operation.
• The Creative Person – Learn how to maintain the
attitude and employ the techniques that contribute most
• The Challenge of Creativity – How creative thinking
transforms a laborious chore into an enjoyable,
The Legendary Earl Nightingale
Earl Nightingale was born in Los Angeles,
California in 1921. By 1933, his father had
left him, his mother and two brothers. It
was the bottom of the Great Depression and
millions were unemployed. Earl’s mother
worked at the WPA in a sewing factory to
provide for her three boys. They lived in
Tent City, behind the old Mariner Apartments
on the waterfront in Long Beach, California.
while being poor didn’t seem to bother
most of the other kids, it bothered Earl,
and he wanted to know why they were so poor,
while others, he observed, appeared to be so
rich. Why some people were so miserable,
while others, so happy. Simply, what made
people turn out the way they do.
At that time, no one that Earl asked seemed
to have an answer to his questions. Not his
mom or any of the other adults in his
neighborhood. But certain that someone,
somewhere had found
the answer and had written
it down, Earl marched himself off to the
library and began a literary search that
would stretch over the next twenty years.
search that would lead Earl to study the
world’s great religions, philosophy and
When Earl was seventeen, eager to escape his
surroundings and explore new and exciting
places, he joined the Marines. He was sent
to Hawaii and stationed aboard the USS
Arizona. He was in his station the morning
of the attack on Pearl Harbor and was one of
twelve surviving Marines on board that day.
Before being mustered out of the war, Earl
was returned to the states and was an
instructor at Camp Lejeune, North Carolina.
While there he noticed a new radio station
under construction and applied for a job.
He was hired by WJNC and began his radio
After the war, Earl went to work for KTAR in
Phoenix. Radio was in it’s “heyday”, and
with Earl’s talent, it wasn’t long before he
moved to where the heart of the action was -
- Chicago. Offered jobs at both
NBC and CBS, he went to work for CBS, where
he quickly became a legendary icon to kids
across the nation as the voice
of radio hero,
Sky King. When he wasn’t flying through the
sky in his airplane, The Songbird, or riding
off on his horse to round up the bad guys,
Earl was busy writing and broadcasting his
daily radio, and later, television show,
from the broadcast stations in the Windy
Later, expanding his horizon, Earl bought a
small Franklin Life Insurance agency.
Each Saturday morning he would give little
pep talks to the salesmen, hoping to inspire
and motivate them to be the best salesmen
they could be.
One day Earl told his office manager that
he planned to take a fishing vacation and
would be away for a few weeks. Because the
salesmen relied so heavily on their weekly
pep talks from Earl, the manager expressed
concern that sales would drop during Earl’s
absence. Earl came up with the idea to
record something that could be played while
he was gone.
Earl thought about what he might write and
turned the question over and over again in
his mind. Then, one night, a short time
later, he woke up and knew exactly what he
wanted to say. He got up, went to his
typewriter and wrote a short message. The
next morning he recorded the message and
pressed it on a record. The message
contained the most valuable information Earl
had ever learned - a conclusion of truth
that he had searched for and found in every
book he’d ever read since he was a child of
Earl gave the recording to his manager and
left on his fishing trip. When he returned,
he was amazed at the reaction to the
message. Everyone who had heard the record
wanted one for themselves. Earl pressed more
records for the salesmen. The salesmen
played it, not only for themselves, but for
their families and friends.
others heard it they
wanted one, too.
Over the next thirteen years the demand for
The Strangest Secret would grow so large
that Earl accepted an offer of help to
fulfill orders from an acquaintance, Lloyd Conant, who had a small mail order company.
Together they formed the Nightingale-Conant
Corporation of Chicago and became the
founding pioneers and world leaders in the
personal development industry.
The Strangest Secret went on to receive a
Gold Record. The only
spoken word recording to ever go
Meanwhile, Earl Nightingale’s success as a
radio and later, television personality,
continued to grow, as did the demand for him
as a speaker. Earl’s radio program, Our
Changing World, became the most highly
syndicated radio program ever, and was heard
across the US, Canada, Mexico, Australia,
New Zealand, Fiji, South Africa, the
Bahamas, 23 countries overseas, as well as
the Armed Forces Network.
In 1985 Earl was inducted into The Radio
Hall of Fame.
During his lifetime Earl Nightingale wrote
and recorded over 7,000 radio programs, 250
audio programs as well as television
programs and videos.
In the mid-eighties Earl wrote his first
book, Earl Nightingale’s Greatest Discovery,
for which he received the Napoleon Hill Gold
Medal for Literary Excellency.
At the time of his death, in 1989, Earl’s multitude of recorded messages
were played around the world, inspiring
people from all cultures, nationalities and
races, to live their lives to their fullest.
Today, Earl Nightingale is remembered as the
greatest philosopher of his time, and his
best selling programs and books continue to
sell daily and inspire new generations
around the world to reach their highest
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