Assay: I’ve identified sixteen strategies to use for fostering habits, and one strategy is the Strategy of Distraction. It’s a highly effective strategy, particularly for people who are attracted to potato-chip news. I’m not attracted to potato-chip news, myself, so it took me a while to understand this challenge. Show More Summary
One of Stephen Covey’s The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People is to Begin with the End in Mind. This infographic from BigThunk and Number 8 Communications does just that – recognizing that you need to establish your goals first when looking to your social media marketing strategy. read more
Want to see a real life case study in how to apologize (and how not to)? Check out Elliott Spitzer and Anthony Weiner. "Look, I failed. Big time. I hurt a lot of people." That's Elliot Spitzer talking in his new television commercial,...Show More Summary
ByEddie Herring: In 1989 Dr. Stephen R. Covey published a book titled The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People. The book was a best seller and became one of the top leadership books of all time. At the time I was in a managerial roleShow More Summary
I’m pretty mediocre. I’m ashamed to admit it. I’m not even being sarcastic or self-deprecating. I’ve never done anything that stands out as, “Whoa! This guy made it into outerspace! Or…this guy has a best selling novel! Or…if only Google had thought of this!” I’ve had some successes and some failures, but never reached any of the goals I had initially set. Read more...
You've probably already seen the 7 habits of highly effective people, here are the habits of the mediocre. The post 7 Habits of Mediocre People appeared first on Lifehack.
For every Mark Zuckerberg there are 1,000 Jack Zuckermans. Who is Jack Zuckerman? I have no idea. That's my point
What do successful people have in common in terms of their work habits? Do they wait for flashes of inspiration? Do they work only four hours a week? Do they love to read articles and books about productivity? No. What they have in common is they work insanely hard. Show More Summary
One of my favorite self-improvement gurus is Steven Covey. As you may know, Covey wrote the 7 Habits of Highly Effective People – and although he’s no longer with us, his teachings taught millions of people how to achieve ultimate success in business and in life using seven simple principles. His thoughts on thinking win/win, [...]Show More Summary
“Seek first to understand, then to be understood.” These are the words of Stephen Covey, in his book ‘The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People.” This rule must be obeyed to optimize the circles of sustainability across an organization – all its functions, and stakeholder groups – to create actions for positive outcomes, illustrated by [...]
Today I purchased the 7 Habits of Highly Effective People for $1.99, and downloaded a free book by a writer whose site I admire. If I can get both read by the end of the day, I'll be the most organized and zen person. More likely I'll find two or three really useful things that will rock my world, thus making the two books for $2 way worth it. Show More Summary
Many thanks to Eclecticity (Where does he find this stuff?) for pointing to James Altucher's essay, "The Seven Habits of Highly Effective Mediocre People." Very thought-provoking. Check it out and then check out the rest of Eclectic...
Every site has something uinique -- but all effective web sites share these 7 key features. Post from: Search Engine People SEO Blog 7 Habits of Highly Effective Websites -- Written by Don Campbell, The Expand2Web Blog
Being mediocre doesn't mean you won't change the world. It means being honest with yourself and the people around you. And being honest at every level is really the most effective habit of all if you want to have massive success.
If you haven't been living under a rock you're probably heard of the famous 'Seven Habits of Highly Effective People' by the late, great Steven Covey. The book is good general advice but when it comes to 1L year there are some specific things you need to know to succeed.......
A recent article over on Supply Chain Digest touted The Seven Habits of Highly Effective Supply Chains 2012 in honour of Stephen Covey, who noted that too many people focus on "urgent" and not what is "important" and that changes are required to reduce the need for "urgent" activities so that more time can be spent on the "important" ones. Show More Summary
Scientists aren't always right. In fact, individual research papers turn out to be wrong pretty often and scientists are the first people to tell you that they don't know everything there is to know. They're just working on it with more rigor than most of us. But scientists are also people. And sometimes, they lie. [...]
Headlines following the recent passing of Stephen R. Covey have mostly included reference to the management and self-help guru’s immensely successful book, The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People. The permeant reference is with goodShow More Summary
Reflecting on the passing of Dr. Stephen Covey and the influence of his work, Nimbit's Carl Jacobson felt a fitting tribute would be to explore how The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People can contribute to success in music. Have a read and share your thoughts. Show More Summary
Stephen Covey, the management guru who died this week, would have had a hard time selling his books in Benjamin Franklin’s America, or Abe Lincoln’s. His best seller “7 Habits of Highly Effective People” would have been considered aShow More Summary