Stephen Covey Seven Habits

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In reading one the most successful and influential books written in the 21th century about the seven habits of successful written by Stephen Covey, I was inspired and will acclimatize some of the habits mentioned in the book to make me more valuable and respected educated individual in the world. He talks about different approaches, effective and quintessential lessons that you cant learn from just doing nothing and not pushing yourself to explore and expanding your repertoire in ways to solve problems effectively. Stephen also talks about how these certain habits have transformed lives of presidents, CEO’s, educators, and parents, and in shirt have changed millions of people of all ages and occupations. In addition, the ones who have read…show more content…
The seven habits, Stephen Covey talks about are Be Proactive (Principles of personal vision), Begin with End in Mind (Principles of personal leadership), Put First Things First (principles of personal management), all under the section of Personal Victory. The second section of habits are your Public Victory, is Think Win/Win (principles of interpersonal leadership), Seek First to Understand, Then to be Understood (principles of empathic communication). Synergize (principles of creative cooperation). The final section of habits are under the renewal stage, this is the final habit that Stephen Covey talks deeply about, this habit is called, Sharpen the Saw which is about (principles of balanced behavior). The 7 habits of effective people is a book of applying yourself to something that will improve your life, make you more influential and proactive in our divers, but eccentric…show more content…
The habit is not all about being nice, nor it’s a swift fix method. Covey says, “It is a character based code for human interaction and collaboration.” Thus meaning it happens in the one who cooperates with others and bounces off ideas to build successful relationships through teamwork. When one sees life as Win-win it’s a cooperative arena. This is a frame of mind and emotions constantly seek mutual benefit in all social interactions. Covey states that a person or organization approach conflicts with a win-win attitude holds three vital character traits that include integrity, maturity, and abundance mentality. It’s a balancing act between courage and consideration. Coveys, “Think Win-Win” are important to have a successful integrity and maturity to be an effective
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