Here we go again… Another week with another killer, awesome and inspirational video ;-).
Today’s inspirational video features one of the most recognizable top achiever within the personal development industry sharing “The Strangest Secret”.
This guy is a legend and he was the pioneer behind the idea of putting audio books in cd format.
What a cool, revolutionary and cutting edge idea, right?
Thanks to Earl Nightingale we can listen to our favorite audio book or personal development program while we drive. It’s absolutely “AMAZING” if you think about it for a second!
He is well known for creating “The Strangest Secret”. A recording that has sold over 1,000,000 copies worldwide and counting.
Here is a brief, powerful and thought provoking excerpt that I think you will greatly benefit from.
Heads UP: I highly recommend you to pay full attention to this video if you want to know the secret to living a happy, healthy and prosperous life :-).
Also, you will get to understand the true meaning of SUCCESS and at the same time, be exposed to a new dimension of thinking and secret information.
Isn’t the analogy of the mind extraordinary? Would you like to now more about this masterpiece and be able to listen to the whole recording?
Download here the free audio of The Strangest Secret by Earl Nightingale: it’s a classic!!!
Like this inspirational video? Make sure you pass it on to all of your Facebook friends, Twitter followers and don’t forget your professional network in LinkedIn.
I can rest assured that they will appreciate you for bringing inspiration and motivation to their lives :-).
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Thanks for stopping by and I wish you a happy, joyful, and exciting weekend and remember…
“You become what you think about.” Earl Nightingale
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