The 8th Habit: From Effectiveness To Greatness?

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Arguably, we cannot deny that somewhere deep down in our heart and mind we all try our best to be great, but the missing part is that we don’t know what does it take to accomplish greatness? What is missing in our personal and professional lives, which halt us from reaching to the highest level? To solve this mystery, the writer of mega best seller “The 7 Habit of Highly Effective People”[1], Stephen Covey open new doors to his readers to the path of potential greatness with his new book “The 8th Habit: From Effectiveness to Greatness”[2], with motif of how to discover your voice and help others to find theirs.
The Steve’s concept behind “The 8th Habit: From Effectiveness to Greatness” is not new. He has mentioned many saying that we have
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He explains As how we as a manager or guardians always try our best to maximize our pupils’ (Children or Employees) potentials but the intention behind for doing so with our employees is not always as authentic as we have for our children’s. As it is true to some extent, With “The 8th habit”, Covey once again makes us reconsider that whether it is our personal or professional life, we should always be giving our equal best no matter what and where we are and most of all to become an impeccable leader or parent, we surely need to lead ourselves first in the right direction then only we will be able to lead …show more content…
To resolve conflicts like these, Covey has brilliantly written “The 8th Habit” and With this paper, I will try to analyze some aspect of Covey’s philosophy “Discovering yours and help others in finding there’s” and how this not only guide us to solve conflicts but also help us build synergistic, outstanding relationships and bring workplace interaction to a point of effectiveness that may never have been attained by any other

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