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- Publisher: Franklin Covey on Brilliance Audio; Anniversary, Unabridged edition (25 Aug. 2015)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 1511317302
- ISBN-13: 978-1511317306
- Product Dimensions: 12.7 x 2.9 x 14 cm
- Average Customer Review: 1,050 customer reviews
- Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 5,620,861 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
7 Habits of Highly Effective People, The: 25th Anniversary Edition Audio CD – Audiobook, Unabridged
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Still there is no doubting the power of the principles in this book, for personal growth and success. What I question a bit more is the implication that treating kids according to this "formula" is necessarily helpful. I felt a bit sorry for Mr Covey's kids.
Worth reading though, and powerful if you can embrace some or all of it....
Reading a summary of the key points and actionable steps would have been a much better use of my time.
I've seen it a few times but hesitate as I thought it would be another self-help rubbish. After reading an abstract of it I was very impressed and decided to buy it.
I was going through some personal difficulties in my personal and professional life and this book has changed my whole outlook on life. The reason 7 Habits is different from all other self-help books is that instead of focusing on the outside e.g. negotiating skills or building your reputation it delves deep into your core. The book helps you realize how we as human beings can change how we react, feel and see the world. It helps you understand what really is important to you in life. The book shows you how to be a pro-active person who lives in harmony with others. There really is soo much I've taken away from this book that this review won't do it justice!
This book is still on my bedside table, i refer to it and if I have children I will pass these book onto them!
This book gives a set of rules on how to live a productive, harmonious and happy life- to me this book is a bible!
One of the best decisions of my life (only reason for 4 stars is that it only plays on a single track so bit trickey if you really want to focus on a specific habit which is 25 minutes into track 1).
The initial introduction creates the foundation for delivering the content by explaining that a habit is an overlap of knowledge, skillset and attitude. Therefore to develop a habit, one must know what to do (knowledge), how to do it (skillset) and why/want to do it (attitude). He also explains the journey that we must ensue to become effective, learning to understanding our own "paradigms", developing through from being dependent on others, to being independent and then finally achieving interdependency. This journey is critical to understanding the 7 habits as they support you in each of these stages.
If you take on board what is said, truly understand it, absorb, digest and make it life changing experience, then you will start to discover, how being effective can lead to a more productive and fulfilling life.
A new, powerful way of thinking, highly recommended.
I am not sure about where the book is placed in the pantheon of great business books (I can see from the cover that 15 million copies have been sold) but what made me buy the book was the number of times it was referenced by people I respect.
His seven principles (to which an eighth has been appended for the digital age) underpin a lot of other good self-development and management books. His ideas are frequently used by others. "Begin with the end in mind" is not quite what I had been told it was.
There are two reasons why it took me so long to read the book. The first reason is Steven himself urges his reader to take it slowly. The second is that his prose style is frequently dry.
But I am glad I set out on the journey. As T S Eliot wrote: "We must not cease from exploration. And the end of all our exploring will be to arrive where we began and to know the place for the first time."
This book is packed full of wisdom. It will help you improve your life. While 15 million copies have been sold I am confident that most people really don't understand how the principles that Steven outlines join up. This means if you study the book you will get a personal advantage and a business advantage.
While I say that Steven does not write well, this book does contain some great stories and it will make you cry. You will also feel that you know Steven and know that he lives on through his work.
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