by Earl Nightingale: Have you ever wondered what the measure of a real man is? Well, one time a man by the name of W.C. Brann wrote a thing called, A Man’s Real Measure. It goes like this:
by Earl Nightingale: Processionary caterpillars travel in long, undulating lines, one creature behind the other. Jean Henri Fabre, the French entomologist, once led a group of these caterpillars onto the rim of a large flowerpot, so that the leader of the procession found itself nose to tail with the last caterpillar in the procession, forming […]
by Earl Nightingale: Every once in a while the whole world looks like it’s just about to end. It may seem as though we’re living in somebody’s idea of a big, unfunny joke. And just about the time things look the darkest, a great mind comes along and gets us back on the right track […]
by Earl Nightingale: James B. Conant, when he was president of Harvard University, commented that each honest calling, each walk of life has its own elite, its own aristocracy, based upon excellence of performance.
Earl Nightingale, the co-founder of Nightingale-Conant Corporation, has been at the forefront of the motivation and success field for almost 40 years. He has read everything from Zane Grey and Napoleon Hill to George Santayana and Ralph Waldo Emerson.
by Mr. Attitude: The late Earl Nightingale, had some definitions called, “The Greatest Things.” Review them often to help us remember just what’s important and what isn’t.
by Bryan Cohen: Most of you reading this have never been taught how to think. You may have learned some facts, figures and formulas, some tips and tricks, but there is no class in college called “Actual Thought.” I am going to talk to you about my thoughts on thinking (tee hee) and the possible […]
by Bryan Cohen: One of my favorite personal development gurus was a pioneer of the instructional audio program by the name of Earl Nightingale.
by Earl Nightingale: Some years ago, the late Nobel prize-winning Dr. Albert Schweitzer was asked by a reporter, “Doctor, what’s wrong with men today?” The great doctor was silent a moment, and then he said, “Men simply don’t think!”
Earl Nightingale’s 17-year quest for the secret of success ended one night in 1950, when he came across a sentence in a book. To Nightingale, it was more than a string of words on a page—it was the answer to the question that had haunted him since childhood. “What makes the difference?” Why are some […]