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This ebook offers a summary of “The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People” by Stephen R. Covey. The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People is a classic of the business genre, and a worldwide bestseller. It's easy to see why: Stephen R. Covey has written a book which is simple yet persuasive, and demonstrates clearly that it's possible for all of us to become more effective whilst expending less time and energy. He moves the reader from dependence, to independence, then interdependence (when others rely on him or her).

Covey looks at each of the habits in turn, explaining why they are necessary, and how to develop them. One should always be proactive, for example, keep the end goal in sight, and prioritise. Everyone should begin with private victories, then move on to public ones and then work to synergise all parts of their life to create something that is more than the sum of its parts.

The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People is based on a compelling premise: that we will succeed more in life if we decide to effect change first within ourselves, then project that change out, rather than let circumstances control us. Covey encourages the reader to be in charge of his or her own life: a message that's inspiring and motivating
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    no matter how much a person works on their attitude, they won’t change if they don’t change their perceptions.
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    For example, for a piece of machinery, P is the machine itself. PC is the regular maintenance required. If we concentrate on high P (production levels) at the expense of PC (regular maintenance), we have short-term gains at the expense of long term productivity. Long-term success requires maintaining a proper P/PC balance. Both are necessary, and both need to be addressed.

    “That which we obtain too easily, we esteem too lightly. It is dearness only which gives everything its value. Heaven knows how to put a proper price on its goods.”

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    The seven habits embody many of the fundamental principles of human effectiveness. They represent the internalization of correct principles upon which enduring happiness and success are based. Before studying them, consider the power of a paradigm. A paradigm is like a map. It is not the actual piece of territory but is an explanation or model of a piece of territory.

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