Stephen Covey

by yudaica2013 ·

Its character is the root of its strength and the spiritual nucleus that life gives him to the root. On the matter it comments the Dr. Rum Jenson: is urgent to Us to carry out a return to the spiritual roots and to concentrate us in the character. These are the true bases the authentic one to be able personal. What counts is the one who you in most intimate are of your being, in deepest of your faith, in its spiritual strength. Your character determines who you are. What you are determines what you see. And what you see it determines what beams.

Your spiritual life is expressed through your character. It is why the development of the character is the center of the development of the life man; and, consequently, it must be his priority. The character is, according to Stephen K. Mawell and other authors, a conventional belief that it is in a conduct consistent. We can see that the character begins inside the man (a conventional belief) and it are expressed externally (consistent conduct). That belief or internal conviction defines the directions by which the individual is related to the world and the people. The character defines all our style of external life: conducts and attitudes.

To focus on the character is to develop the internal sphere of the man (thoughts, capacity of election, forms to relate to us to others, form to feel). Bibliography: 1. Rum Jenson, How to achieve the authentic success, 2002.2. Stephen Covey, the 7 Habits of highly effective people, 1989.3. Biblical Stephen K. McDowell, Principles for the reform of the nations, 1992.4. Stephen Covey, First First, 1995.5. Stephen Covey, Leadership Centered in Principles, 1993. Original author and source of the article.


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