Extra Habit: Spirituality

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MARIO ALVARADO
Teacher, Costa Rica

Extra Habit: Spirituality

Be nice! Be good! Love is a powerful weapon against troubled people. Love and hate are contagious. Select first! Don't fall in dangerous games and keep your mind away from negative influences.

  Gary Wong
Consultant, Canada
 

4 Basic Needs of Covey

Alvarado: spirituality is captured under Habit 7: Sharpen the Saw.
Under this habit we discuss the 4 basic needs:
1. Physiological (to live)
2. Emotional (to love)
3. Mental (to learn), and
4. Spiritual (to leave a legacy).
We can also link the 4 needs to the body:
- To live > stomach
- To love > heart
- To learn > brain
- To leave a legacy > soul.

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