Enjoy Earl Nightingale's lessons in achievement
"Nothing Great Was Ever Accomplished Without Inspiration" - Earl Nightingale
Millions of people have taken their inspiration to achieve success from the words of Earl Nightingale.
Known as the Dean of Personal Development, Earl Nightingale was heard for over three decades on over 1000 radio stations across the United States, Canada and 10 foreign countries, making him one of the most listened to broadcasters in history.
The unique thing about Earl’s broadcasts and his recordings is that each one is a call to action. People don’t just listen to Earl, they take notes; they replay his messages over and over; and they use his advice to make real changes in their lives. The archives at the Nightingale-Conant Corporation contain thousands of letters from Earl’s listeners and viewers telling him just how big a difference his words have made in their lives.
Earl Nightingale Video Classics is like a “greatest hits” DVD of some of Earl’s most inspirational messages. It features such popular segments as:
- Being a Leader
- The Rewards of Service
- The Miracle of Your Mind
- The DVD adaptation of the classic The Strangest Secret
No inspirational 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 Bible and 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 commen-taries on life and the ways of successful living. He is everyone’s mentor and his words will be your inspiration for achieving success.
In 1956, Earl Nightingale wrote the essay that was to become the L.P. entitled The Strangest Secret. This recording became the first spoken word message ever to receive a Gold Record by selling more than one million copies. Earl Nightingale has many bestselling programs: among them are the classics Lead the Field, The Essence of Success and Start Here.
He created and performed more than 7,000 daily broadcasts for his popular radio program “Our Changing World,” wrote and starred in many television programs and was induced into both the Radio Hall of Fame and the International Speakers Hall of Fame.
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