“We carry our weather around with us.”
What a wonderful encouragement from Stephen Covey. No matter if our day seems cloudy or rainy, either from the outside weather or from tough news or a challenging day, we determine our weather.
We establish the climate outlook of our minds, conversations… We shape the weather pattern of our communications; we forecast the rain, sun or clouds of our expectations. We are in charge of our own weather, and our weather determines our hopes for the future.
Thank you, Stephen, for your life devoted to one of encouragement and positivity.
Stephen Covey was a professor and author, writer of The Seven Habits of Highly Effective People. His work focused primarily on leadership, family and living with principle. He was a professor at the Jon M. Huntsman School of Business at Utah State University. When he was younger he played sports but an injury in his youth switched his focus from athletics to academics. He attended the University of Utah for his undergraduate degree and attended Harvard for his MBA. Although he earned his doctorate from Brigham Young University, he has also been awarded ten more honorary doctorates. He was also a member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints. In his spare time, he enjoyed cycling and giving keynote addresses. He and his wife, Sandra, have nine children and fifty-two grandchildren.
Bio Source: Wikipedia
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