Remembering Stephen Covey

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Remembering Stephen Covey

Free your heart from hatred — forgive. Free your mind from worries — most never happen. Live simply and appreciate what you have. Give more. Expect less.

– Stephen Covey –

Remembering Stephen Covey

In 1989, Stephen R. Covey penned The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People, a book that went on to sell millions of copies worldwide and defined a new genre bridging self-improvement, business management, and personal productivity. Last week, Covey passed away at the age of 79. Maria Popova of Brain Pickings takes a look back at his legacy with some of the keenest insights from his beloved bestseller: { read more }

Be The Change

In this short video clip, Covey opens with an gripping true story, and goes on to summarize his “8th Habit”. { more }

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