Highly sought after speaker and author of The Common Denominator of Success.
Albert E. N. Gray was an official of the Prudential Insurance Company of America and a highly sought after speaker. In 1940 he delivered the message from this small book (The Common Denominator of Success) to the National Association of Life Underwriters at their annual convention. His little book was a major influence on Charlie “Tremendous” Jones who published it through his Executive Books company. He has influenced many of the leading motivational speakers and writers of our time including Stephen Covey, Charlie Jones, and many more.
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This is a dinky little pamphlet of a book based on a speech Albert E.N. Gray gave to a group of Prudential Life insurance agents back in 1940. It’s packed with goodness and is uber-popular. In this Note, we define The Common Denominator of Success, identify the power of purpose and the fact that your future is formed by your habits.