SATAYESH AZAM 1 ABSTRACT THIS STUDY AIMS TO FOCUS ON STEPHENCOVEY’S MOST FAMOUS BOOK SEVEN HABITS OF HIGHLY EFFECTIVE PEOPLE IN THE BACKDROP OF THE UTILIZING ALL THEMAJOR AND MINOR CHARACTERISTICS OF POWER POINT WORD (2010).I HAVE EMPLOYEDTHE DIFFERENT CHARACTERISTICS OF THE POWER POINT WORD AND EXCEL TO HIGHLIGHTTHE PSYCHOLOGICAL STUDY OF STEPHEN COVEY .THE MAIN FOCUS OF THE STUDY IS TO DIS-CUSS BOTH PROGRAMS WORD AND EXCEL TO ELABORATE THE MAIN SEVEN HABITS OFHIGHLY EFFECTIVE PEOPLE IN THE STAGE OF LIFE.STEPHEN COVEYStephen Richards Covey (born October 24, 1932 in Salt LakeNo 7 HabitsHabit :1 Be proactiveHabit:2 Begin with the End in MindHabit:3 Put First things FirstHabit:4 Think Win-WinHabit:5 Seek first to be Understand, Then to be UnderstoodHabit:6 SynergizeHabit:7 Sharpen the Saw
SATAYESH AZAM 2City, Utah) is the author of the best-selling book, The SevenHabits of Highly Effective People.(hyperlink)The Seven Habits of Highly Effective People, Each chapter is dedicated to one of the habits.
SATAYESH AZAM 3 .Habit 1: Be Proactive:Take RESPONSIBILITY FORYOUR OWN SUCCESS ANDFULFILLMENT AND FOCUSEDON THINGS WITHIN YOURCONTROL RATHER THANTHINGS OUTSIDE YOUR CONTROL. Habit 2: Begin with theEnd in Mind Self-discover and clarify your deeply important cha- racter values and life goals. Envision the ideal cha- racteristics for each of your various roles and rela-tionships in life.What is your definition of long-term suc-cess? Ask: Where would you like to be inyourca-reer five years from now? 2yearsfromnow? If yo-can’t seethat far ahead, think short term 1 year/3 years fromnow. Habit 3: Put First Things First:
SATAYESH AZAM 4 Focus on yourpriorities. (This is easier saidthan done, especially in age ofdistractions) You might get offtrack, but if you have identi-fied your priorities, you knowwhen you are off track andwill be better able to get back on track.
SATAYESH AZAM 5 Habit 4: Think Win-Win:Be generous, share and celebrate. There is plenty of business for everyone.Build your karmic bank account. You don’t know who will step up and helpyou.Genuinely strive for mutually beneficial solutions or agreements inyour relationships. Value and respect people by understanding a"win" for all is ultimately a better long-term resolution than if onlyone person in the situation had gotten his way. Habit 5: Seek First to Understand, Then to Be Un- derstood:Learn to ask better questions and be fully present. Translation: no checking emails on handheld devic- es. Nobody like to be in aconversation when the other party is looking around to see who else is around. Habit 6: Synergize: Build your team within your firm if you run you’re own practice delegate and get the right help. As smart as lawyers are
SATAYESH AZAM 6some of them really do think they can get it all DONE. Abso-lutely they can but it will lead to burn out. That is for certain. HABIT 7: SHARPEN THE SAW: Balance and renew your resources, ener- gy, and health to create a sustainable, long-term, effective lifestyle. And learn from the mistakes I N T H E O F A