So the next person on my list of people who have contributed greatly to society is none other than Earl Nightingale. Mr Nightingale is a motivational speaker that talks about mindset, attitude, and your ability to achieve things. Mr. Nightingale was on the USS Arizona when it was attacked in Pearl Harbor. He was one of the 12 surviving marines. In regards to contributions Earl has given over 7,000 radio programs, 250 audio programs and hundreds of other television and video programs. If you listen to an Earl Nightingale tape you’ll see what I mean. He talks about self motivation to philosophy and American History to job performance and service. Earl has unknowningly contributed to society my without being here encouraging all the go getters of the world to push themselves to the level they are capable of becoming. Many organizations and sound employees have been crafted by listening to the words of Earl Nightingale. Thanks again Mr. Nightingale. Read more about the history of Earl Nightingale. Click the link.
Sometimes on our destination it can get scary. Things can get bumpy and seem out of place. There’s nothing like listening to motivational speakers who keep you focused on your objective. Thanks all folks. Les Brown is very inspiring and motivating speaker. Thanks for watching. Goodnight.
So in my free time besides listening to the latest music and learning whats going on in the world. I find motivating speakers to listen to. On my search on YouTube I stumbled upon Mr. or Dr. Earl Nightingale. I really like the way he conveys his thoughts. His speeches cover all types of subjects from personal empowerment, to business leadership, to fear, attitude, a lot of the reasons people fail to achieve, accomplish their dreams. I find by listening to these types of speakers when things are good, when things get bad you have substance to draw on. One of his favorite speeches that he gives that I like is called, “Acres of Diamonds”. Basically this guy goes around the whole world looking for treasure only to end up dead and broke or dead broke. Then someone buys the land that he had and found one of the greatest diamond mines in the world. So basically, instead of chasing everything that has made others successful or rich, or happy, chase the things that makes you happy, rich, and successful. He also has a series that he calls insight. Where he takes a subject or concept and delves into it giving you afresh perspective on life and real life situations. In closing, one of Earl’s greatest quotes is, whatever we plant in our subconscious and nourish with repetition will one day become a reality in our lives. On that note. Enjoy your day.