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Archive for April 2019

Relax and let it work for you

Previously I mentioned that creative people, people who earn their keep through the use of their imagination, should probably not work for more than four to six hours a day if they want to sustain their best possible production. That’s because leisure time is as important to the creative person as the time he spends…

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Award-Winning Directors to Produce Earl Nightingale Documentary

Nightingale Legacy is excited to announce that award-winning directors Johanan Benavides and Yecid Benavides Jr. of Artistas Latinos have committed to directing the Earl Nightingale documentary, The Legacy of the Secret. Featuring exclusive interviews with top thought leaders – including Diana Nightingale herself – this inspiring documentary will take viewers on an emotional journey with…

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The Four Hour Day

It was in 1955 that ‘Harpers’ published a little book written by a New York City career consultant, William J. Reilly, with the intriguing title: “How to Make Your Living in Four Hours a Day Without Feeling Guilty About It.” I imagine it’s long out of print now. In it, Doctor Reilly wrote that to…

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Aid to India

Aid to India has been as much a part of the daily newspapers as the comic page or the financial section. Most of us have grown up taking aid to India for granted, like the changing of the seasons. But I’ve never before heard an opinion on the subject, other than loud political exhortations, from…

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Nightingale Academy Training Platform to Launch Fall 2019

We are thrilled to announce that our new training platform, Nightingale Academy, will be launched in the fall of 2019. Featuring exclusive access to his library of content, this one-of-a-kind platform will provide the timeless insights and invaluable wisdom of Earl Nightingale, right at your fingertips. Offering three levels of membership, Nightingale Academy will offer…

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Marching Backwards Into The Future

An ad for the Mobil Oil Company had a headline which read: “Marching Backwards Into The Future.” And the copy went on to say that, “Today’s doomsters, like yesterday’s suffer from tunnel vision. They are infatuated with projecting the gloomy absolutes of their own age upon future worlds they can’t visualize. Worlds of fast changing…

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Nightingale Legacy to Sign Three Book Deal with Source Books

Nightingale Legacy is currently in the final negotiations of a three book deal with publisher, Source Books. Featuring a revived version of The Strangest Secret, along with two additional “mini books”, all three books are scheduled for release in 2020. We could not be more excited to introduce and reintroduce Earl Nightingale’s timeless insights with…

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Future Innovations

My good friend Professor Jay Mendell sent me a copy of “FutuREport”, a newsletter on the future, for planners, educators and other, which contains some very interesting items. For one thing, according to Doctor Seymour L. Wolbein, Dean of Temple University’s School of Business Administration, a woman may be president of the United States in…

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