What does The 8th Habit have to do with LOVE? I'm not sure yet.
What I like is that in this book he is recognizing that being effective, while good and potentially meaningful, isn't necessarily meaningful in any significant way. Rather, he invokes our need for transcendence in order to move from "effectiveness" to "greatness".
And just to contextualize this, for us small folks, he quotes Mother Teresa:
Few of us can do great things, but all of us
can do small things with great love.
In your experience, is this not a small practice of transcendence?
BTW, Hugh gave me an article that describes Fredrickson's research without harping on the word "love." It is linked HERE.