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CMN: Marc Allen on The Greatest Secret of All (December 2011)

Season 7, Episode 46
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Marc Allen is the owner of New World Library, publishing authors such as Shakti Gawain, Eckhart Tolle, Dan Millman and Christine Arena, he has had the honor of his company being named ‘Best Place to Work’. Regina had to find out more about the man who publishes thousands of enlightening books and what made him tick.

Marc’s story is so entertaining and educational and has him going from near bankruptcy to profitability while maintaining a happy crew of staff, suppliers and authors. In his own book, The Greatest Secret of All, he talks about how fear and love can be managed to make your dreams come true, in real, tangible, measurable ways and even those who think they are wandering artists (like Marc) can understand and apply the principles to live the life only they have dreamed of.

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away2blueridge, posted on July 29, 2013

I very much enjoyed Regina Meredith's interview with Marc Allen, who provides a realistically satisfying counterpoint to the many pie-in-the-sky pitches for ethereal excellence that tend to dominate the New Age scene. Mr. Allen is disarmingly rumpled and decidedly not-polished, and yet the common sense advice he suggests will jump start your self-development and renew your enthusiasm for your highest goals. Confessing that he spent most of his youth lacking any knowledge of business (he did not even know what banks do), he leads us through his realization that adversity is really our best teacher, and success is really a matter of small steps in the right direction, using one's life as an "experiment" to see what works, a la Buckminster Fuller. My favorite analogy in the interview is when he tells Ms. Meredith that airplanes tend to be off-course during 95 percent of their flights, but only for very short periods, because the pilot keeps correcting course. Likewise, we can accept that we might be fearful or awkward as our natural state 95 percent of the time, but if we learn to keep self-correcting, we can stay on course. I very much enjoyed the fact that this interview stayed in the realm of the practical and actionable and realistic. I never know what to do with advocates of solely ethereal approaches to success -- Mr. Allen, in contrast, does an admirable job of weaving spiritual themes into one of the most down-to-earth talks I have heard in a while.

leahmillican, posted on July 28, 2013

One of my favorites from Conscious Media Network. Marc is very inspirational. :)

Nancy Cavan, posted on February 26, 2013

I really wanted to learn what Mark had to say but unfortunately I could barely hear him speak.
I could hear Regina 100% but not Mark.
I hope you can fix the sound track.

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