Posted By Cliff Tuttle | July 16, 2012
Stephen M. Covey died today at 89.
He taught us many things. Not the least of which was to live as much of our life as possible in Quadrant II — Important but not Urgent.
Too often we rarely get out of Quadrant I, the Urgent. We thought we were simply busy. He explained that we were dodging bullets. The Urgent, we learned, was often important only because we had not been paying attention when a situation had not become an emergency.
Thank you, Mr. Covey, for these and so many more insights.
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