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Seven Habits of Highly Effective People By Stephen R. Covey Overview
The Habits of Personal Effectiveness Habit 1: Be Proactive Habit 2: Begin with the End in Mind Habit 3: Put First things First
Proactivity is the habit of Personal VisionHabit 1 Be Proactive Be responsible for your life Make Choices from Values Not Temporary or Immediate Feelings Best way to predict your future is to CREATE IT!
Beginning with the End in Mind is the habit of Personal LeadershipHabit 2 Beginning with the End in Mind Discover a personal mission Support it with chosen roles and goals Establish personal values that will guide proactivity Visualize and create a mental image of what you want to create physically
Putting First Things First is the habit of Personal ManagementHabit 3 Put First Things First Operate every day from priorities established in your mission, roles, and goals Translate your mission into specific daily activities Create optimal value from your time
The Habits of Interpersonal EffectivenessHabit 4: Think Win-WinHabit 5: Seek First to Understand, Then to Be UnderstoodHabit 6: Synergize
Think Win-Win is the habit of Interpersonal LeadershipHabit 4 Think Win-Win Wanting other people to win as well as yourself Belief in Third Alternative A solution that gives everyone what they want Unites people in helpful, supportive ways
Seek First to Understand is the habit of Communication Habit 5 Seek First to Understand Being genuinely interested in seeking another person’s point of view whether or not you agree Attitude of openness Skill of empathetic listening Helps search for mutually beneficial alternatives
Synergy is the habit of Creative CooperationHabit 6 Synergize Seeing and appreciating differences in a relationship as a source of information and creativity Others’ points of view can increase the effectiveness of an interaction Experience in true interdependency