is supported by our readers. If you purchase through links on our site, we may earn an affiliate commission.

Earl Nightingale – The Strangest Secret Video & PDF


Let’s take a hundred men who start even at the age of 25. Do you have any idea of what will happen to those men by the time they’re 65? These one hundred men, who all start even at the age of 25, believe they are going to be successful.

If you ask any one of these men if he wanted to be a success, he would tell you that he did and you would notice that he was eager towards life, that there was a certain sparkle to his eye and erectness to his courage and life seemed like a pretty interesting adventure to him. But by the time they’re 65, one will be rich. Four will be financially independent. Five will still be working, 54 will be broke.

Why is this?  Find out the strangest secret below from Earl Nightingale.


Earl Nightingale speaks on what the price is to live the good life.

First, it’s understanding emotionally as well as intelligently that we literally become what we think about, that we must control our thoughts if we are to control our lives. It’s understanding fully that as you sow, so shall you reap.

Secondly; it’s cutting away all the fetters from the mind and permitting it to soar as it was divinely designed to do. It’s the realization that your limitations are self imposed and that the opportunities for you today are enormous beyond belief. It is rising above narrow minded pettiness and prejudice.

Thirdly; to use all your courage to force yourself to think positively on your own problem; to set a definite and clearly defined goal for yourself; to let your marvelous mind think about your goals of more possible angles; to let your imagination speculate freely upon many different possible situation; to refuse to believe there are any circumstances officially strong to defeat you in the accomplishment of your purpose; to act promptly and decisively when your course is clear and to keep constantly aware of the fact that you are, at this moment, standing in the middle of your own acre of diamonds, as Russell Cromwell used to point out.

Fourth; save at least 10 percent of what you earn. It’s also remembering that, no matter what you’re present job, it has enormous possibilities if you’re willing to pay the price”

Read the full pdf document from Earl’s 30 Day Challenge below.

[maxbutton id=”5″]


Rich Dad Summit