“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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