This new version includes updated statistics and additional quotes from some of the greatest thought leaders, including Nelson Mandela and Buddha. It is written as gender-neutral, and for the first time it contains a women's point of view. Many of these older books focus on saying things such as: "when a man" instead of "when a person". Howroyd believes that words matter and can make a difference.
"Our world has significantly changed since Earl shared his principles in the 1950s, but his message is now more relevant than ever," said Howroyd. "Technology has supported our societies to be more informed and connected. Still, people are more lost, unhappy, and dissatisfied than ever. Young people are despondent, fearful, uncertain, and have lost a measure of hope and excitement about their futures. Sadly, an entire generation has never heard of Earl Nightingale nor "The Strangest Secret". Now they will greatly benefit from this message.
This timeless message about motivation, mindfulness, and character development will impact the world as the gift that keeps on giving." "Our hope is that with Janice's new version of "The Strangest Secret," a new audience will discover Earl Nightingale's original ground-breaking recordings and apply them to their own lives," said Vic Conant, Chairman Nightingale-Conant.
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