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    The purpose of the book “The seven habits of highly effective teens” is to encourage teens to be a better version of themselves and to live a better life. Throughout the book, the author gives you advice and stories from real teens show the reader essential how they overcame their hardship and prospered to become a better version of themselves. Each chapter provides the reader with different advice that will help you learn how to: define your goals in life, prioritize tasks, be a better…

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    dependence to independence. Independence is not enough however because the world we are living in is a very interdependent world, one where teamwork, communication and cooperation is a big part of everyone’s lives. The seven habits start with the first three teaching people self-mastery, and getting that independence aspect. As mentioned earlier though, this is an interdependent world and habits 4,5, and 6 shows people how to be effective in the more personality-oriented side of things. The last…

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    Convey 7 Habits

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    more successful person when it comes to relationships. Convey himself recounts times where he used certain habits to gain something. Throughout the book 7 habits are discussed and each of these habits reveal a deeper truth to an everyday life. The first habit discussed is “Be proactive”. In this section Convey tells the story of a man named Victor Frankl, he was a psychiatrist, a jew, and one of the many being held in concentration camps by the Nazis. When he gained his freedom he became a…

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    Stephen Covey proposes that there are seven habits that can be learned to improve one’s personal and interpersonal effectiveness. I completely agree all seven habits Stephen has written in this book, throughout the book Covey shares his own personal experiences instead of imagining situations you may be in, it is easier for the readers to relate to our everyday circumstances. I found there are particular areas of each habit to be more influential or relatable to my life. Listening to our…

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    Sharpen The Saw Analysis

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    dimensions. At the beginning of the chapter Covey tells the story about two men who were sawing a tree all day long. One of them sawed wood without any breaks; the second man did short pauses every hour. In the end of a it became clear that the first man who worked without any breaks sawed smaller piece of a tree in comparison to the second man who did many breaks. The reason why the second man sawed larger pieces of a tree was that this man sharpens…

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    Howard Thurman 7 Habits

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    The first four habits are: be proactive, begin with the end in mind, put first things first and think win-win. Being proactive is about taking responsibility for one’s own actions and focusing on one’s circle of influence rather than their circle of concern. If an individual is able to be proactive…

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    The book talks about the seven habits and the first one is to be proactive. You make any progress you need to take initiative and be ready to make a change. I like the way the author really connects with you and is almost empowering you to want to start using what the book is telling you and use it in your everyday life. Stephen gives us examples of language that could be taken as defeat or that you have no power in a situation. I like the first habit because when i was growing…

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    could be called the general who won the battle and lost the war because of his new military formation that would win the Battle of Cannae, his Hellenistic approach to war and his tactics that would later be used against him to end the Second Punic War. Hannibal began the Second Punic War when he attacked the city of Saguntum, which was a Roman ally, and then continued on his conquest and "terrified the Romans by marching troops and war elephants over the Alps into Italy", through northern Italy…

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    During the 18th century, Britain was trying to deal with China through diplomacy and economic reason in a way to make the Canton Trade system fair for both sides. Trade between the British and the Chinese was severely lopsided in China 's favour during the end of the 18th century. The reasons for this trade imbalance in China 's favour were mostly due to a difference in worldviews between Britain and China. Britain sought trade and another strong alliance in the pacific; and China believed it…

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    At first, Ah-Q does not support the rebels. The narrator states, “back then, he had an intuition – why, he couldn’t say – that these revolutionaries were rebelling against the established order of things, and that rebellion would make his life difficult; and…

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