Character, who you are, is ultimately more important than what you can do 💚
Yesterday I was rifling around my bookshelf looking for something to read and pulled out Primary Greatness by Stephen Covey.
The book is based on what he coined the 12 success levers:
✨ personal sacrifice
✨ continuous learning
✨ teaching to learn
He wrote that the 12 levers take us from "seeming" successful to being successful, from deep down insecurity to deep peace and confidence.
There are many paths to authentic success, and of course we each get to define it for ourselves. But this book reminds me that I value these principles in my life and work.
What guides you? Are these principles important to you too?
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