One Man's Ted Sorensen Is Another's Marianne Williamson

Hillary Clinton isn't the only member of the First Family considering a makeover. President Clinton, in an effort to improve his governing skills, has been meeting with personal-growth consultants of varying degrees of New Age- iness. A dossier:


Stephen R. Covey

Age 62

Philosophy in a Nutshell

"Public behavior is merely private character writ large."

How the Message Gets Out

Management seminars at the Covey Leadership Center in Provo, Utah, (grossed $70 million in 1994); books, including The Seven Habits of Highly Effective People

Prominent Disciples

Energy Secretary Hazel O'Leary, top executives from AT&T, Ford and Xerox

Earlier Incarnation


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