Introduction: The 7 habits of highly effective people
The 7 habits of highly effective people have captivated readers for 25 years. It is considered as one of the most influencing and inspiring books which have ever been written. There are thousands of people including CEOs, presidents and parents who got influenced by this book.
Have you been in a complicated relationship where you don’t want to remain anymore? Do you want to know how successful and highly effective people deal with other? This book is like a secret weapon for your all social and relationship problems.
Review: 7 Habits
Creative stories and illustrations.
Practical implementation guide.
Appendix containing problem and solution index.
Problem and solution index
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Stephen R. Covey did a lot of research on self-help books when he was doing his doctoral thesis. During this time, he noticed that the books from the 1920’s concentrated on developing one’s personality traits, and the books before the 1920’s emphasized on character development. He speaks of seven habits of people who are effective. It discusses three stages of character development: dependence, independence and interdependence. This stage marks the progress from dependence to interdependence.
This takes place during the growing years of a child till the time they learn how to take care of themselves. Later, they learn to live with others in a cooperative manner and this is termed interdependence. The next three traits are about interdependence. As social animals, humans need to work and learn with one another.
It is important for us to form beneficial relationships, learn empathy, and work as a team. The seventh trait, or habit, is called Sharpen the Saw.