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Stephen R Covey ± 7 Habits of Highly Effective People

b. 2. 5. Skill (How to do) and c. Knowledge (What to do and why). . 4.OVERVIEW 1. Behaviour should be self focusing ± Inward and not Outward looking. Habits of effectiveness as are based on principles. Personality and character ethic Paradigms Habits are defined as the intersection of a. 3. Desire (Want to do).

I am responsible) and iii. we can cooperate). . Habits to be based Maturity continuum i.6. I blame you). Interdependence (Paradigm of We-We can do it. ii. Dependence (Paradigm of you-you take care of me. Independence (Paradigm of I-I can do it.

4. your family). Perception from social mirror paradigms a. Response ability ± Decision of how to react.HABIT 1 . . 5. 3. µCircle of Concern¶ and µCircle of Influence¶. Environmental determinism (your environment. your boss. Choosing our response to particular circumstances. b.BE PROACTIVE 1. Not being reactive. Genetic determinism (DNA). 2. Psychic determinism (your upbringing).

wisdom and power. List it out Area of activity. 5. contributions to be made for it and achievements to be made.First mental creation and then physical creation. . Visualize goals and mission statement. Personal mission statement. guidance.HABIT 2 ± BEGIN WITH THE END IN MIND 1. 3. 2. All things are created twice. 6. character needed. Center based on principles. 4. Centers of life are source of security.

. 2. The Quadrant matrix ± Avoid focusing energy on non-important matters. It is the practical day-to-day method of implementing proactive and principle centered goals.HABIT 3 ± PUT FIRST THINGS FIRST 1.

PARADIGMS OF INTERDEPENDENCE 1. 2. 5. Six major deposits ± 1. Apologizing sincerely you make a withdrawal. 6. Clarifying expectations. . 2. The Emotional Bank Account ± The amount of trust built in a relationship. Keeping commitment. Showing personal integrity. Understanding the individual. 4. Attending to the little things. 3.

I win.HABIT 4 ± THINK WIN / WIN 1.If no mutually beneficial solution is found. you win. you also win.If I win. Lose / Lose . d.I win. Win / Win . . you also lose.I lose. c. Win / Win or no deal . b. a. you lose. Win / Lose . Six paradigms of human interaction. Lose / Win . f. Win .I lose. we agree to disagree. e. .

Maturity. .2. Resources. b. Guidelines. Abundance mentality. c. d. Agreements ± Contains elements of Desired results. Accountability and consequences. Systems and processes. Relationships ± Trust / Emotional Bank Account. Five dimensions of win/win a. Character ± Three character traits are Integrity.

.  Diagnose before you prescribe. Pathos and Logos.HABIT 5 ± SEEK FIRST TO UNDERSTAND. THEN TO BE UNDERSTOOD.  Emphatic listening.  Ethos.

HABIT 6 ± SYNERGIZE  Synergistic communication promotes interdependent effectiveness.  Force Field Analysis.  Valuing the differences. .

empathy. Balanced Self-Renewal synergistically makes all other habits possible. writing Spiritual ± Value clarification & commitment. synergy 2.     Renewing the four dimensions of your nature Physical ± Exercise. nutrition Mental ± Reading.HABIT 7 ± SHARPEN THE SAW (PRINCIPLE OF BALANCED SELF RENEWAL) 1. meditation Social/emotional. .Service.

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