BOOKSHELF: Stephen Covey, The Seven Habits of Highly Effective People and others.

FROM THE LIBRARY BOOKSHELF: Stephen Covey, The Seven Habits of Highly Effective People: Powerful Lessons In Personal Change (New York: Fireside/Simon & Schuster, 1989)

His other books include

First Things First,

Principle-Centered Leadership,

The 7 Habits of Highly Effective Families,

The 8th Habit,



Emphasizes character over gimmicks. Phenomenal; still on the best seller lists after five years. Michael Slaughter credits this book with great significance in the growth of Ginghamsburg UMC from 90 over 2200 in attendance. Some may find it somewhat legalistic and left-brained to use in non-work situations.



THE BOOKSHELF is an opportunity to comment on one of the many books I’ve purchased and why it blesses me.
THE BOOKSHELF is part of the Listicles Project – an attempt to bring into focus the archetypes of wisdom, the ideas about a topic which occur again and again in a conversation about a topic. The question is this: if we combined all the listicles written on a topic into one giant list, what discrete elements would be present?
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David Kueker, Recommended Resources.

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