Thursday, March 5, 2009

Living The 7 Habits - The Courage To Change

Last 2nd of March was my birthday and I've received a book as a birthday present from my wife. The book's title is "Living the 7 Habits" by Stephen R. Covey. This is a very interesting book to read to motivate me.
Steven R Covey’s bestselling The Seven Habits of Highly Effective People may well have changed the lives of the millions of people who bought the book. Here, in Living The Seven Habits, Covey draws together a collection of those successes and lets them tell their stories. The range of stories, taking in a selection of individuals, family situations, difficulties at school, college or in the workplace and high-level, corporate problems, help to explain how "The Seven Habits" have in some way shaped the experiences of the people involved, allowing them to cope with their personal, ever- changing landscapes in order that, however trivial or traumatic their problems may seem to the others, they have not only survived and improved, but have also learned something of lasting value.
Covey’s comments and insights after each story help to explain which of "The Seven Habits" came into play and under what circumstances, and add a depth and understanding of the individual situation that enhances and compliments the strategies he uses to overcome problems. Many of the stories are deeply moving, others are inspirational, but what they all have in common is an understanding of the principles that Covey instils in his readers.
An excellent companion volume to Covey’s previous works, Living the Seven Habits is an artful testimony to the man who has wooed millions of readers across the globe with his common sense approach to life skills. And for anyone who has not yet encountered "The Seven Habits", this book gives a clever and tempting taster of how things could be. --Susan Harrison --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.

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