The 7 Habits Of Highly Effective People By Stephen R.

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Part 1
Life can be a deceitful reality special when you wished it would have been easy if only it came with a step-by-step guide. In the book of Stephen R. Convey that is title the 7 Habits of Highly Effective People, it has guidance that is good for students, career individuals and anyone for that matter who is willing to transform their lives in a positive direction. within each of the 7 Habits, I am absolutely convinced that every individual can benefit from at least one of the habits. For instance, under proactive, which talk about the difference between people who do and the one that don’t: in this case initiative is the key; for example, most parents encourage and even force their children to go to school and get an education; However,
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They are mission and balance. The concept of begin with the end in mind involve personal mission. The author wants us to think outside the box to understand the mission concept. He illustrates how this concept can be incorporated into our lives. To be successful one must have a mission in life. After the Earthquake Haiti, the mission of my church is to build houses, school, and hospital for the people to live, give kid good education and most importantly help people get medical help. Here in the state, at Piedmont Hospital they have their own mission which is to improve the health of the community by providing high quality, affordable and comprehensive care. In addition, there are people that dedicate their lives to make a difference in the lives of others. Such people are selfless. During, the Holocaust Irena Sandler save more than 2,500 according to Down, Susan Brophy in the book Bringing life to the children of Holocaust. Irena’s mission during the holocaust was to save Jewish children from the horror of the …show more content…
The author had taken his time to organize the book I a way that makes it easy to read and understand. There are seven concepts that are discussed in the book. Within each concept, there is the well-written definition as well as an example. A concept that is well organized is the Think Win-Win. The author used a graph that is including the six paradigms of human interaction followed by a story. The story is about a father and his sixteen years old daughter’s win-win agreement. Since there is an agreement, the father did not need to constantly monitor the daughter. When the daughter turned the appropriated age, she was allowed to drive the family car as long she follows the rules. the other win was that she was responsible to clean the car, help with small choirs and drive her parents to their destination when

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