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Based on the analogy of a man too busy cutting down trees to pause and sharpen his saw, this program will help you to see the importance of renewing your most valuable asset: you. By practicing Habit 7, you will preserve and enhance your productivity in all areas of life. Dr. Covey will help you understand the four dimensions of your nature: physical, spiritual, mental, and social/emotional.
(P)2006 FranklinCovey

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"The 7 Habits have the gift of being simple without being simplistic." (M. Scott Peck)

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  • Amal
  • Limassol, Cyprus
  • 05-07-12

Very inspiring book

What did you love best about Sharpen the Saw?

I love each aspect of Sharpen the Saw. The content is very inspiring.

What was one of the most memorable moments of Sharpen the Saw?

Though the message of the book is very serious - it is presented picturesquely using very nice jokes and stories.

What does Stephen R. Covey bring to the story that you wouldn’t experience if you just read the book?

You can feel and hear that the book is prepared by taking care about a lot of details - the rhythm of narration is exciting but at the same time somehow calming and easily keeps my attention

Any additional comments?

I can listen this and other books from Mr. Covey over and over again and each time "appears" something on which I didn't pay attention the previous time.