Born on March 12th 1951, Rhonda Byrne is a TV producer and writer from Australia who is famous for creating her New Thought book titled The Secret, which is also a film with the same title. In the spring of 2007, the DVD film sold over two million copies, with the book version selling four million copies. Aside from The Secret, she has also produced Sensing Murder. A report for the Australian column Herald Sun said that Byrne has likewise worked on the Australian television series Marry Me and World’s Greatest Commercials. By 2007, she was included in Time Magazine’s “100 People Who Shape the World” list.

A biography of the executive producer, creator and writer of The Secret, Rhonda Byrne.

Herald Sun recounted the story of how Rhonda Byrne dealt with her personal problems, which led to the creation of The Secret.

Donald Whitney has a review of Rhonda Byrne’s book The Secret, linking it to the Holy Scriptures.

Jack Canfield, co-author of the book series Chicken Soup for the Soul, met up with Rhonda Byrne, hailed by Time as one of the 100 people who has inspired the world.

Rhonda Byrne discussed the “Law of Attraction,” an important element mentioned in her book The Secret.

Rhonda Byrne’s inspirational book The Secret was one of the bestsellers in the United States and Australia in 2006.

Rhonda Byrne quotes about the “Law of Attraction,” empowerment, awareness, change and harmony according to her bestselling film and book, The Secret.

Timothy Woods revealed the basis for Rhonda Byrne’s book and film, which is from W.D. Wattles’ Science of Getting Rich and Ralph Waldo Emerson’s Nature.

Rhonda Byrne told the story of what inspired her to make her famous film and book.

A review and discussion of the summary of Rhonda Byrne’s self-help book and film The Secret.