The Strangest Secret

by Earl Nightingale | Merchant Books © 2013 · 42 pages

Want to know the strangest secret? Here it is: “We become what we think about.” That's it! Thank you, Earl Nightingale (and all other gret teachers who echo this wisdom!). In the Note we'll unpack Big Ideas from this uber-classic recording and learn how to optimize our thinking so we can actualize our potential.

“I’d like to tell you about The Strangest Secret in the World. The late Nobel prize-winning, Dr. Albert Schweitzer was once asked, “Doctor, what is wrong with men today?” The great doctor was silent a moment, and then he said, “Men simply do not think!” It is about this that I want to talk with you.”

~ Earl Nightingale from The Strangest Secret

The Strangest Secret in the World.

That’s what we’ll be talking about today. :)

Earl Nightingale wrote and recorded this little piece in 1956. Millions of people listened to the recording. Earl later created Nightingale-Conant—revolutionizing the way people learned self-development material.

This is a tiny little book packed with a bunch of Big Ideas. (Get it here.)

Let’s jump in and explore some of my favorites—starting, of course, with The Strangest Secret in the World!

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About the author


Earl Nightingale

Author of legenedary motivational book, The Strangest Secret