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FIRST THINGS FIRST EVERY DAY by  Stephen R Covey - Paperback - First Edition - 1997 - from Ravenswood Books and Biblio.co.uk

FIRST THINGS FIRST EVERY DAY

by Covey, Stephen R

Condition: Near Fine


Simon & Schuster. Near Fine. 1997. First Edition. Softcover. 0684842408 . Excellent condition, a little wear at corners, clean, no markings. Small book 6 x 4.5". A page of reflections for each day of the year. ; 16mo 6" - 7" tall; Stephen R. Covey and the Merrills have shown millions of readers how to balance the demands of a schedule with the desire for fulfillment. Now the principles they introduced in First Things First are distilled for everyday reading. Let First Things First Every Day be your guide to the rich relationships, the inner peace, and the confidence that come from knowing where you're headed, and why... (300-noto) .


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