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These are more general relationship, not so close as intimate relationships

The High Cost of Low Trust

Each week we will be asking Dr. Stephen Covey to comment on common questions. Most organizations have no clue of the enormous cost of low trust, and because most executives have no means of measuring its bottom-line impact, they have … Continue reading

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How to strike a work and life balance

Each week we will be asking Dr. Covey to comment on common questions. This week we ask about work/life balance. With today’s technology, multitaskers are using PDAs, cellphones, text messaging and emails to stay in connected 24 hours a day. … Continue reading

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Means and Laws of Balanced and Healthy lifestyle

Now in internet quite hot topic is “Healthy Work-Life Balance” (In google.com find 6,820,000 articles in theme “Healthy Work-Life Balance” at 19 Now 2010). Other word, which can be used in this context – Wellness (generally used to mean a … Continue reading

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A Potential Spouse: 7 Important Qualities to Look For

Physically, psychologically and spiritually we will go through many changes in the natural course of our lives and our marital relationship may need to adapt accordingly. Yet some basic, vital qualities are present throughout all healthy marriages. Let’s look at … Continue reading

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In his laughter, there was something not of this world

There are many stories about the sage Hotei which reached enlightenment, his secret, he began to laugh. He lived after this for nearly thirty years, and laughed all these years. Even in his sleep – his disciples was sometimes heard … Continue reading

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Means and Laws of Relationships Development and degradation

Ultimately each of us and every living entities looking to Genuinely Love some and be Loved by someone forever. It is our internal births rights to Love and be Loved forever. It is possible only if we relish Loving relationship … Continue reading

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Four Principles of Community Building

Share by: H.H. Bhakti Tirtha in book “Swami Warrior III“ 1. Treat everyone you encounter as if the success of your spiritual life depends upon the quality of your interaction with them. 2. Reflect upon the person you love the … Continue reading

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Twelve Qualities of a Spiritual Warrior

Share by: H.H. Bhakti Tirtha in book “Swami Warrior III“ 1. Sense Control and Master of the Mind – An uncontrolled mind will be ones greatest enemy and salve of the senses. Regulating the senses and focusing the intellect stop … Continue reading

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8 questions to our self or 8 steps to overcoming mental and physical offences

All our life about Pleasing our Beloved ones, our respected ones, our Superiors… our in ultimate sense Pleasing Absolute Truth. If we have some sincere difficulties with someone else,  then mediator or third party can really help us balance our … Continue reading

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Habit 6: Synergize – Principles of Creative Cooperation by Stephen R. Covey

Synergy means the whole is greater than the sum of its parts. The essence of synergy is to value differences to respect them, to build on strengths, and to compensate for weaknesses. Synergistic communication is opening your mind and heart … Continue reading

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Habit 4: Think Win-Win by Stephen R. Covey

Win/Win is one of six total philosophies of human interaction. 1. Win/Win People can seek mutual benefit in all human interactions. Principle based behaviour. 2. Win/Lose The competitive paradigm: if I win, you lose. The leadership style is authoritarian. In … Continue reading

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How to deal with Stress

Do you feel stressed? Is stress affecting your life? How do you deal with stress? Stress is simply the response of the body and mind in reaction to events or external influences. Many people go on with their day feeling … Continue reading

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The 8th Habit – Find your voice…and inspire others to do likewise

Find your voice 1. Discover your own voice 2. Express your voice Inspire others to find their voices Focus 1. Expand your influence 2. Be trustworthy 3. Build trust 4. Blend other’s voices 5. Create a common vision Execution 1. … Continue reading

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Health and Safety at Work

Despite good occupational health and safety regulations, wherever we work – whether it’s an office, a hospital, a nursing home, a factory, outdoors, driving, or whatever – we are all responsible for our own health and safety at our own … Continue reading

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Confidence, Trust, Faith, Surrender and its importance in our day-to-day life

 (Under construction – need to finish and make proper English) In day to day life, so often we use these term: Truce, Faith, Surrender, but it appears that it is not as obvious, as clear as it might seem … Continue reading

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Emotions, feelings and their discharge

Even the most intelligent and most lovely, caring people do not have power protect our partner, friend, child etc from unpleasant situations, emotions or/and feelings. There are people who are afraid of the darkness, of ghosts, from water, from the … Continue reading

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7 Habits of Highly Effective People by Stephen R. Covey

About the Author Stephen R. Covey STEPHEN COVEY is cofounder and vice chairman of Franklin Covey, a global professional services firm. Acknowledged by Time Magazine as one of the 25 most influential Americans, Dr. Covey is the author of seven … Continue reading

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Practical details of “Hour of Pure Love”

We can guess, that all of us, some more some less, have experience of such feelings, like not care for, not heard, not understand at all, rolled over, smash down, rejected, abandoned, discarded, poach, hurt, stigmatized, broken, left behind, misunderstood, … Continue reading

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The Emotional Bank Account

When it comes to improving and maintaining our relationships with others, Stephen Covey’s metaphor of the Emotional Bank Account is probably one of the most powerful ideas ever created for the development of interpersonal relationships. If you’ve never heard of … Continue reading

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Emphatic and active listening

We have two ears and one mouth. Just based on our body parts, we would think we would all be natural listeners. But we are really not. We are born with the ability to hear, but we have to develop … Continue reading

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