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Covey - The 7 habits of highly effective people

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If your center is Work... PLEASURE: Waste of time. Interferes with work. FRIENDS: Developed from work setting or shared interest. Basically unnecessary. ENEMIES: Obstacles to work productivity. CHURCH: Important to corporate image. Imposition on your time. Opportunity to network in profession. SELF: Defined by job role. PRINCIPLES: Ideas that make you successful in your work. Need to adapt to work conditions. * * If your center is Possessions... PLEASURE: Buying, shopping, joining clubs. FRIENDS: Personal objects. Usable. ENEMIES: Takers, thieves. Others with more possessions or recognition. CHURCH: "My" church, a status symbol. Source of unfair criticism or good things in life. SELF: Defined by the things I own. Defined by social status, recognition. PRINCIPLES: concepts which enable you to acquire and enhance possessions. * * If your center is Pleasure... PLEASURE: Supreme end in life. FRIENDS: Companions in fun. ENEMIES: Take life too seriously. Guilt trippers, destroyers. CHURCH: Inconvenient, obstacle to recreation. Guilt trip. SELF: Instrument for pleasure. PRINCIPLES: Natural drives and instincts which need to be satisfied. * * If your center is Friends... PLEASURE: Enjoyed always with friends. Primarily social events. FRIENDS: Critical to personal happiness. Belonging, acceptance, popularily is crucial. ENEMIES: Outside the social circle. Common enemies provide unity or definition for friendship. CHURCH: Place for social gathering. SELF: Socially defined. Afraid of embarrassment or rejection. PRINCIPLES: Basic laws which enable you to get along with others. * * 211

This is the way you may tend to perceive other areas of your life. * * If your center is Enemies... FRIEND OR PLEASURE: Rest and relaxation time before the next battle. ENEMY OR FRIENDS: Emotional supporters and sympathizers. Possibly defined by common enemy. ENEMIES: Objects of hate. Source of personal problems. Stimuli to self-protection and self-justification. CHURCH: Source of self-justification. SELF: Victimized. Immobilized by enemy. PRINCIPLES: Justification for labeling enemies. Source of your enemy's wrongness. * * If your center is Church... FRIEND OR PLEASURE: "Innocent" pleasures as an opportunity to gather with other church members. Others as sinful or time wasters, to be self-righteously denied. ENEMY OR FRIENDS: Other members of the church. ENEMIES: Nonbelievers; those who disagree with church teachings or whose lives are in blatant opposition to them. CHURCH: Highest priority. Source of guidance. SELF: Self-worth is determined by activity in the church, contributions to the church, or performance of deeds that reflect the church ethic. PRINCIPLES: Doctrines taught by the church. Subordinate to the church. * * If your center is Self... FRIEND OR PLEASURE: Deserved sensate satisfactions. "My rights." "My needs. ENEMY OR FRIENDS: Supporter, provider for "me". ENEMIES: Source of self-definition, self-justification. CHURCH: Vehicle to serve self-interests. SELF: Better, smarter, more right. Justified in focusing all resources on personal gratification. PRINCIPLES: Source of justification. Those ideas that serve my best interests; can be adapted to need. * * If your center is Principles... FRIEND OR PLEASURE: Joy that comes from almost any activity in a focused life. True re-creation as an important part of a balanced integrated life-style. ENEMY OR FRIENDS: Companions in interdependent living. Confidants -- those to share with, serve, and support. 212

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    These principles, however, are like

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    Stephen Covey adds great value to a

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    I have a forceful personality. I kn

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    This personality ethic, I began to

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    long-term relationship they have, w

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    The professor then asked one studen

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    ingenuity, and creating a standard

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    Shortly after dark, the lookout on

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    The more closely our maps or paradi

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    So I first tried a simple request.

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    There's so much to do. And there's

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    But from my own experience -- both

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    interdependent, that there is an ec

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    Understanding the sequence will hel

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    training, the communicating, the re

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    trust, and lost the asset of custom

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    disappear. Those you teach will see

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    "You're never on time." "Why can't

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    instincts and conditioning and cond

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    such personal freedom and the effec

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    you to act. If you wait to be acted

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    "Think hard. What do you think woul

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    Because of position, wealth, role,

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    So these executives focused on find

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    We can decide to be dishonest in ou

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    Knowing that we are responsible --

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    When I look upon the tombs of the g

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    Whether we are aware of it or not,

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    Because we already live with many s

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    Succeed at home first. Seek and mer

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    so-called mental and emotional illn

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    When we are dependent on the person

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    Innocent pleasures in moderation ca

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    Because the church is a formal orga

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    If you are Money Centered... SECURI

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    WISDOM You see the world through a

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    We can depend on them Principles do

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    POWER Your power is limited only by

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    Fourth, you can communicate to your

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    many different kinds of thought pro

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    We would try to get him in a very r

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    I inspire: I teach by example that

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    When we plan our family goals and a

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    "Everybody," he replied. "Everybody

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    Application Suggestions 1. Take the

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    Management, remember, is clearly di

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    with the bath water," reverting to

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    was to enforce the contract -- to c

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    There are many people who recognize

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    Coherence: Coherence suggests that

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    mission statement, you may want to

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    all day. Remember, frustration is a

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    it! -- Don't take it!" I was afraid

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    "You, Dad?" "No, not me. You're the

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    I bit my tongue and waited until af

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    Application Suggestions: 1. Identif

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    "Well, you'd like to take a screwdr

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    And this is in the most intimate, t

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    Our tendency is to project out of o

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    "I thought you meant that the quali

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    you are honest and open and kind wi

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    When we violate the primary laws of

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    deep personal affection which added

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    Habit 4: Think Win-Win TM -- Princi

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    "My parents don't love me as much a

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    I know of a divorce in which the hu

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    "In other words, you lost." "That's

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    worked to set up a Win-Win Agreemen

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    High courage and consideration are

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    communication process. You listen m

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    people be able to do when they fini

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    guidelines, and resources to make s

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    40. The spirit of win-win had signi

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    Roger Fisher and William Ury, two H

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    Habit 5: Seek First to Understand,

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    and influence, I don't feel safe en

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    You're listening to understand. You

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    Sandra described the symptoms and h

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    esults in communication. To many, s

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