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Seven Habits: Sharpen the saw?
badwy
What is the meaning of Covey's: Sharpen the saw?
 

 
Meaning of Sharpen the Saw
Sai Sriram
It means keep ugrading the skills so that one can be upto date. It can be in terms of keeping intouch with news, technology, enrolling to new programs or getting certifications etc.
 

 
What is Sharpen the Saw (Covey)
Geert
Covey means that, just as you need to sharpen the saw now and then, or just as you need to brush your teeth to keep them white and healthy, you also need to invest time and effort at regular intervals to keep your body and mind in good shape. They are your tools. Managers who (think they) are too busy to do some exercising or take a break can indeed easily fall into a trap of working with poor 'tools'.
 

 
Meaning of Sharpen the Saw
Dileep
Its simply means to improve your knowledge through CONTINOUS LEARNING.
 

 
Sharpen the saw
Edgar
My friend, this quote means: prepare yourself to deserve that better things come to your life.
 

   

 
Sharpen the Saw
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Sharpen the Saw: Always be Prepared
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Meaning of Sharpen the Saw
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Sharpen the Saw
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The Meaning of Covey's Sharpen the Saw
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Meaning of Sharpening the Saw
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