Stephen R. Covey died July 16, 2012 as the result of complications from a bicycling accident on April 19th. Covey was an educator, author, businessman and motivational speaker. His most popular book was The Seven Habits of Highly Effective People.
Let’s take a look at his life and his numbers. Stephen was born Stephen Richards Covey on 10.24.1932. His birth name adds up to a perfect number for him 102/3 which is about self-expression and giving joy. He expressed himself through his books, trainings and events. His most popular book, The Seven Habits of Highly Effective People resonates to a 51/6 the Warrior Number. The spirit of a warrior has great leadership leadership abilities and desire to uphold truth. This book was highly visionary. You feel as if you are here on a mission. A warrior wants stands tall in his/her original soul purpose while serving a higher cause which is definitely embodied in this top-seller for the simple reason that it ignores trends and pop psychology for proven principles of fairness, integrity, honesty, and human dignity. 51 adds up to the number 6, a highly fortunate money number. So it is no wonder that this book has helped countless executives and others and sold over 20 million copies worldwide.
His Life Purpose number is a highly fortunate 22 master number which means he was the master architect. He was able to manifest is dreams into reality with his books and seminars. 22 is also known as the Architect of Peace. You can definitely see in his manner that he is a very peaceful passive type person and embodies the power of the Buddha Principle.
His current name – Stephen R. Covey – adds up to 32/5. He was truly a warrior with a highly developed sense of duty and responsibility standing for what is right and good. He had a natural ability to charm others with magnetic presence and speech.
Now let’s take a look at the numbers for the events leading up to his death. Stephen was in an 11/2 Personal Year. An 11 year asks you to walk through the pillars of truth because you often feel divided and indecisive.
The bicycle accident happened on April 19, 2012, a 25/7 Personal Day. He died on July 16 a 16/7 Universal Day and a 25/7 Personal Day for Covey. The number 7 is a number of insights. 7 stands straight and tall in dignity. 7 is a royal
number of secret knowledge and spiritual power. In “The Seven Habits of Highly Effective People,” Covey writes about the need to be proactive, to “begin with the end in mind,” habit No. 2, and “to seek first to understand, then be understood,” habit No. 5. Both of these numbers a representative of knowledge and power.
A 7 can resonate to a lightning strike as with a steep road in the foothills of Provo, Utah when he had his accident. At the time, his publicist, Debra Lund, said, “He just lost control on his bike and crashed … He was wearing a helmet.” The 25/7 resonates to Covey’s age. He was 79 at the time of his death, which reduces to 7. 7s are also great learners and teachers and he certainly leaves that legacy behind.
Both the April 19, 2012 and July 16, 2012 are 19/10/1 Universal dates. The number 1 resonates to new beginnings and adventures. May Stephen R. Covey rest in peace in his new adventure.