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Rhonda Byrne is an Australian author and television producer, best known for her self-help books that explore the power of positive thinking and the law of attraction. She was born on March 12, 1951, in Melbourne, Australia, and started her career in the entertainment industry as a radio producer before moving on to television production.
Byrne's breakthrough came in 2006 with the release of her book "The Secret," and By the spring of 2007, the book had sold over 19 million copies worldwide and has been translated into more than 50 languages. The book was also adapted into a documentary film of the same name that was released the same year. According to an article published on January 11, 2009 in Forbes magazine, the book and film grossed nearly $300 million. Forbes also reported that the book "The Secret" earned her $12 million in 2006.
In "The Secret," Byrne explores the concept of the law of attraction, which suggests that people can manifest their desires and dreams into reality by focusing their thoughts and intentions.
Following the success of "The Secret," Byrne continued to write books that explored similar themes of positive thinking, gratitude, and visualization, including "The Power," "The Magic," and "Hero." Her books have been praised by many readers for their uplifting and inspiring messages, as well as their practical advice for improving one's life.
In addition to her work as an author, Byrne has also produced a number of films and television shows. She has been involved in the production of several documentaries related to "The Secret," as well as a feature film adaptation of her book "The Power."
Throughout her career, Byrne has been a strong advocate for the power of positive thinking and the law of attraction. Her books and films have inspired many people around the world to adopt a more positive and optimistic outlook on life, and to focus their thoughts and intentions on achieving their goals and dreams.