Essay on The Habits Of Covey 's Seven Habits

2262 Words May 25th, 2016 null Page
Throughout the last two months of my life, I have grew and learned a lot of new things. I’ve read some of the bible and learned a few verses that gives me a basis for vocation to be a psychologist. I have learned the rule of time management in Christian stewardship. I have learned, and still am continuing the development of my personality. I have learned the seven habits of Covey’s seven habits of highly effective people, and the value continuously practice them. I have learned what I envision myself doing for the rest of my life, after reflecting on I Corinthians 3:8 and 4:2. By leaning these things it has enabled me to enhance and better my quality of life. Furthermore, learning the things that I have experienced in the last two months, has enabled me to develop a personal mission statement, and a vision for my life. As I am continuing to learn and enhance my faith, I have been studying the bible. I wanted to find things that I already live by, but is deemed as something you should live by in the bible. This is when I found my biblical basis for vocation. There is two verses that I feel summarizes, why I feel I have a purpose to be a psychologist or social worker. Isiah 6:8 and I Timothy 3:2. I have always felt I had a calling from my people to help and enhance the lives of the youth. When I read Isiah 6:8, I was beyond impressed that Isiah had heard the calling of God, and stood up and took it as vocation for his life. God spoke out saying, who shall I send, and who will…

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