By: Jazz Keyes After reading Stephen Covey’s Seven Habits of Highly Effective People, I began to wonder what results we would find if we applied his “inside-out” approach to effectiveness to love and relationships? The book is centered on the principles of self-help and business, but let’s investigate how these same seven habits can relate to relationships. Keep Reading ?
The more we can get together and talk about various perspectives, feelings, beliefs, the better. ~ William P. Leahy In his book, "The Seven Habits of Highly Effective People," author Steven Covey included an ambiguous optical illusion that is open to different interpretations. Show More Summary
These are the things effective leaders do to inspire people.
Today it’s a bit trickier – there’s more competition out there than ever before and people are paying less attention to your brand’s messages. The best way to get customers to pay attention and to help your brand stand out from the crowd is to develop the right habits. Here are seven habits of highly effective social media managers:
It is unreasonable to expect people to think like us and be like us. Most of the time people think and cope in ways that are different than we do.
You know the habits of highly effective people? These people basically do the opposite.
Only in America do we need a step-by-step guide to taking time off.
Why do some people rise to the top of Twitter and some people are destined for the dregs? Being “good at Twitter” can look really effortless, but seem exhausting to execute. And while Twitter has no gatekeeper, gaining access to another...Show More Summary
Berlin startup Blinkist is getting people to buy more books, by reading less. Business titles like Getting Things Done and The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People are classics in the world of self-improvement. But time has increasingly become a precious commodity. Business books now compete with blogs, and for [...]
You can be super productive simply by applying the habits of today's most highly effective people.
I thought it was about time I wrote a bestseller, but couldn't come up with any very good ideas. Then I realised that I didn't have to. I could hitch a ride on Stephen Covey's "7 Habits of Highly Effective People." It's a great book, but Covey only covered half [...]
With the start of a new year, I've been thinking about the changes I'd like to make in my life, and I picked up an old friend -- a book -- The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People by Stephen R. Covey. As I re-read a few pages, I was struck by how this book has changed the mindset of business. Show More Summary
While many people have high hopes for their New Year's Resolutions, the way that they interact with themselves sabotages their chance for success. It has to do with the way the brain controls habits, and the effect of self-critcism on the habit circuit. Fortunately, there's something you can do about it. read more
You may have heard of Steven Covey’s habits of highly effective people. But what about fundraisers? What’s one thing you could do, each week, […]
You don't have to be born able to execute at a high level tough. Here's how you can develop that vital skill.
In 1989, Dr.Stephen R. Covey wrote an excellent book, The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People. I highly recommend this book to anyone, in a job search or in a job! These are Dr. Covey's list of recommended habits, with descriptions adapted to apply to job search. 7 Habits of Highly-Effective Job Seekers 1. Show More Summary
The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People by Dr. Stephen Covey is one of my very favorite books. Part of Dr. Covey's message (addressed in Habit 5: Seek First to Understand, Then to be Understood) is that people form opinions based on their own experiences. Show More Summary
I first read Stephen Covey’s book, The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People, in my early twenties. It’s a great, thought-provoking book that tries to simplify life’s biggest questions and challenges into a handful of practices and principles. Could the application of these habits m
Editor’s Note: This is a guest post by Chris O’Byrne. “Begin with the end in mind.” -Habit 2 from Steven Covey’s Seven Habits of Highly Effective People I recently turned 50, and I found myself asking the big question: What is my end game in life? This led to thinking about my end game […] The post What Is Your End Game? appeared first on Productive Flourishing.
(Pre-article pro tip: If you’d like to read this post more “effectively,” stop and install this Spritz-like bookmarklet before going any further.) A few weeks ago we wrote about this crazy new speed-reading technology called Spritz, which basically lets you read at two or more times the rate of a normal slowpoke human. At the […]