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Before you can adopt the seven habits, you'll need to accomplish what Covey calls a "paradigm shift"--a change in perception and interpretation of how the world works. Covey takes you through this change, which affects how you perceive and act regarding productivity, time management, positive thinking, developing your "proactive muscles" (acting with initiative rather than reacting), and much more.
This isn't a quick-tips-start-tomorrow kind of book. The concepts are sometimes intricate, and you'll want to study this book, not skim it. When you finish, you'll probably have Post-it notes or hand-written annotations in every chapter, and you'll feel like you've taken a powerful seminar by Covey. --Joan Price --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
It had a little more writing in it than I expected but I am satisfied.Published 1 hour ago by Euleda
This is a great classic to help anyone in any field of work. The lessons are ones that everyone of any age can benefit from.Published 4 months ago by D. Deen
You can immediately apply the concepts of the book and reap the benefits.
If you allow yourself to digest the material, you will be a better person. Read more
So true now more than ever!
If everyone followed those rules the world would be a much better place to live!
I think this book helped me graduate college. I read it during my Junior year and since then, I have been a much more productive person. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Jessica
Well writen self help book. Principlesw that if lived will change your life. This is a good manual for anyone to help live according to correct principles.Published 5 months ago by Lynn M. Orr
I loved reading the book and I applied the many things I learned to my daily life. I would defiantly buy this again.Published 5 months ago by G. Mom
In the introduction, before the book even really starts, he tells an anecdote about helping his son by, and i'm paraphrasing here, ceasing to encourage his son. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Matt Thompson