Personal growth in the book the 7 habits of highly effective people by stephen r covey

Covey explains the "Upward Spiral" model in the sharpening the saw section. Instead of focusing on things and time, focus on relationships and results. In order to change a given situation, we must change ourselves, and in order to change ourselves, we must be able to change our perceptions.

Take responsibility for your actions. Habit 7 is focused on continuous growth and improvement, and embodies all the other habits. It is also important to identify our center. The 7 Habits Habit 1: And one path to success is identifying the habits that can help us on our journey.

Use stewardship delegation instead of "gofer" delegation; teach a person to be the steward of the task you assign to them, rather than constantly telling them to "go for this" or "go for that".

We choose the scripts by which to live our lives.

But starting around the s, the way people viewed success shifted to what Covey calls "personality ethic" where success is a function of personality, public image, attitudes and behaviors. Proactive people, however, recognize that they have responsibility -- or "response-ability," which Covey defines as the ability to choose how you will respond to a given stimulus or situation.

Habits 1, 2, and 3 are focused on self-mastery and moving from dependence to independence. Weekly planning gives a better big-picture perspective of your goals, and allows for the flexibility to deal with the things that will inevitably come up.

The first habit that Covey discusses is being proactive. Think about the legacy you want to leave. Most of us find it rather easy to busy ourselves. What distinguishes us as humans from all other animals is our inherent ability to examine our own character, to decide how to view ourselves and our situations, and to control our own effectiveness.

Read good literature to gain the insights of others. We all want to succeed. Unity is not uniformity.THE 7 HABITS OF HIGHLY EFFECTIVE PEOPLE An Approach To Solving Personal and Professional Problems STEPHEN R.

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