Review of "The Strangest Secret" by Earl Nightingale

If someone were to tell you that there is an audiotape which is just over 31 minutes that has the potential to change your life if you were to listen to it, will you believe him? I guess you would be among the many who will doubt it but curiosity will make you to try to listen to it to verify as to whether the conclusion is true.

Whatever the case may be (whether you believe it or not), you will have a certain degree of doubt. Doubt in this case is understandable. But I am here to inform you that there is such an audiotape in existence. This audiotape will change your life and help to make you successful if you were to listen to it consistently and imbibe the ideas and teachings contained in it. It is entitled "The Strangest Secret" by Earl Nightingale made several decades ago. The truth contained in it is relevant today as it was decades ago.

"The Strangest Secret" is not only delivered by the powerful voice of Earl Nightingale but it is indeed a powerful audio recording that brings to light simplified techniques of success that can be used easily by everyone who desires to succeed. The teachings and ideas may sound too simple, uncomplicated but yet when scrutinized it becomes apparent that they are workable and practical.

He makes a very powerful statement on the tape that "we become what we think about." He goes on to quote great men who hold this view such as William James, Marcus Aurelius, Ralph Waldo Emmerson and Vincent Peale. In other words, if you believe strongly that you will succeed, you will and if you believe strongly that you will fail, you will.

Earl Nightingale states that "success is the progressive realization of a worthy ideal." In this respect whatever you want to become, if you work hard towards it and realizes it, then you have become successful. He admonishes us to set goals. In other words, we must set goals and work towards achieving it conscientiously in order to become successful.

In order not to give all the meat away and dilute the strength and power of the message, I urge you to listen to "The Strangest Secret" and then from this informed position you can better judge as to whether the hype given to "The Strangest Secret "is worth it or not.

Source by Nana Aboagye

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