The seven habits of highly effective people: restoring the character ethic
"The 7 Habits Of Highly Effective People" is a comprehensive program based on developing an awareness of how perceptions and assumptions hinder success---in business as well as presonal relationships. Here's an approach that will help broaden your way of thinking and lead to greater opportunities and effective problem solving.
Be Pro-Active: Take the initiative and the responsibility to make things happen.
Begin With an End in Mind: Start with a clear destination to understand where you are now, where you're going and what you value most.
Put First Things First: Manage yourself. Organize and execute around priorities.
Think Win/Win: See life as a cooperative, not a comprehensive arena where success is not achieved at the expense or exclusion of the success of others.
Seek First to Understand: Understand then be understood to build the skills of empathetic listening that inspires openness and trust.
Synergize: Apply the principles of cooperative creativity and value differences.
Renewal: Preserving and enhanving your greatest asset, yourself, by renewing the physical, spiritual, mental and social/emotional dimensions of your nature. Stephen R. Covey is the most respected motivator in the business world today. Learn to use his "7 Habits Of Highly Effective People" --and see how they can change your life.
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Review: Seven Habits of Highly Effective PeopleUser Review - Beth - Goodreads
When I told someone that I had just finished "7 Habits", they remarked, "Covey sets a very high bar." I guess I hadn't thought about it that way, because I was too busy flogging myself for all of the ... Read full review
Review: Seven Habits of Highly Effective PeopleUser Review - Leili Taeb - Goodreads
I don't think it is necessary to read the book cover to cover. But I definitely suggest flipping through the pages and reading the main points. The book uses the famous quote by Aristotle "We are what ... Read full review
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