Ati Parbhaawkari Logo Ki Saat Aadatei, Stephen R Covey Stephen
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The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People is a principle-centered approach to solving professional and personal problems. Through anecdotes and personal insights, Covey presents a step-by-step methodology for working and living well, based on natural laws. According to Covey, recognizing and understanding these natural laws will give individuals the power and wisdom to grab opportunities that change necessitates.
The book begins by introducing readers to a paradigm shift or a different way of thinking. Once this concept is understood, Covey proceeds with discussing his 7 habits.
The first three habits, are categorized under the heading, ‘Independence’. It encourages people to develop self mastery, or a change from dependence to independence. This requires an individual to make effective decisions, and accept the consequences which ensue. Introspection and envisioning life goals are another facet of the first three habits. After managing oneself, a person can manage others, and this requires physical creation.
The next three habits are categorized under, ‘Interdependence’, and they teach about how to work with others. Here, Covey teaches readers how to arrive at beneficial decisions for all who are involved, how to listen empathically, before being understood, and how to combine strengths of different people in order to create positive teamwork. The final habit falls under ‘Continuous Improvement’, and it requires an individual to renew and balance their energy and resources in order to create an effective lifestyle.
Ati Parbhaawkari Logo Ki Saat Aadatei (Hindi) has been translated into over 35 languages worldwide. Time magazine listed this book as “The 25 Most Influential Business Management Books” in 2011.
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