Earl Nightingale's "Strangest Secret" Library

Earl Nightingale's "Strangest Secret" Library

by Earl NightingaleDorothea Brande and Dr. Robert C. Worstell

Publication Date: 28/02/2015


In his Gold recording, "The Strangest Secret" Earl Nightingale referred to what he considered key references for anyone who really wanted to understand the concepts he was discussing:

“...read books that will help you - inspirational books like the Bible, Dorothea Brande's 'Wake Up and Live', 'The Magic of Believing' by Claude Bristol, 'Think and Grow Rich” by Napoleon Hill, and other books that instruct and inspire.”

During my own studies, I did just that – searching through the Internet to find copies of these books in order to see what he was talking about. Here I've brought back these three classics for your study as a set (leaving out only the Bible – as you probably have a copy already.)

These are tools to help you on your journey.

I've sharpened them as I could by also including associated texts which add further understanding to them.

Dorothea Brande's other bestseller, “Becoming A Writer” gives real meaning to her own journey that “Wake Up and Live!” started.

Claude Bristol's “TNT – It Rocks the Earth” is included, along with a review of his “Magic of Believing”...

Napoleon Hill's “Think and Grow Rich” was last updated by Hill's “Grow Rich With Peace of Mind” - a review of this is included, as well as a book by one of his students, who solved the underlying flaw in Hill's classic - James Breckenridge Jones' “If You Can Count to Four...”

The point of this single volume is to give you all the tools in one place so you can radically and quickly speed your progress toward remarkable states of abundance and prosperity – as well as unflappable calm and confidence.

For once you've completely mastered this "Strangest Secret" - then life opens up to you and gives you whatever it is that you've ever wanted and dreamed of.

(From the Introduction)

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Midwest Journal Press
Earl Nightingale

Earl Nightingale grew up in California during the Great Depression. Because his family was very poor, Earl educated himself in his local library. His main focus: what makes people turn out the way they do in terms of their wealth, their career achievements, and their happiness. After beginning his career in the US Marines during World War II, Earl was hired as a radio announcer. He eventually became a popular daily broadcaster for CBS.

Through his interest in both personal development and audio, he partnered with Lloyd Conant to form the Nightingale-Conant Corporation. At Nightingale-Conant, he focused on recording the ideas and lessons about success that he studied throughout his life.

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