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Covey - The 7 habits of highly effective people

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The Seven Habits of Highly Effective People suggests a discipline for our personal dealings withpeople which would be undoubtedly valuable if people stopped to think about it. -- James C. Fletcher, Director, NASA A wonderful contribution. Dr. Covey has synthesized the habits of our highest achievers and presented them in a powerful, easy-to-use program. We now have a blueprint for opening the American mind. -- Charles Garfield, author of Peak Performer Seven Habits is an exceptional book. It does a better job of inspiring a person to integrate the different responsibilities in one's life -- personal, family, and professional – than any other book I have read. -- Paul H. Thompson, Dean, Marriott School of Management, BYU and author of Novation Goodbye, Dale Carnegie. Stephen Covey has had a profound influence on my life. His principles are powerful. They work. Buy this book. Read, it, and as you live the principles your life will be enriched. -- Robert G. Allen, author of Creating Wealth and Nothing Down In the '90s America needs to unlock the door to increased productivity both on a business and personal basis. The best way to accomplish this goal is through enhancing the human resource. Dr. Covey's Seven Habits provides the guidelines for this to happen. These principles make great sense and are right on target for the time. -- F.G. "Buck" Rodgers, author of The IBM Way This book is filled with practical wisdom for people who want to take control of their lives, their business and their careers. Each time I read a section again I get new insights, which suggests the messages are fundamental and deep. -- Gifford Pinchot III, author of Intrapreneuring Most of my learning has come from modeling after other people and what they do. Steve's book helps energize this modeling process through highly effective research and examples. -- Fran Tarkenton, NFL Hall of Fame quarterback Not only does the "character ethic" win hands down every time over the "personality ethic" in the battle of effectiveness, it also will bring greater fulfillment and joy to individuals seeking meaning in their personal and professional lives. -- Larry Wilson, author of Changing the Game: The New Way to Sell Fundamentals are the key to success. Stephen Covey is a master of them. Buy this book, but most importantly, use it! -- Anthony Robbins, author of Unlimited Power This book contains the kind of penetrating truth about human nature that is usually found only in fiction. At the end, you will feel not only that you know Covey, but also that he knows you --Orson Scott Card, winner of the Hugo and Nebula Awards 3

Stephen Covey adds great value to any individual or organization, not just through his words. His vision and integrity -- his personal example -- move people beyond mere success. -- Tom F. Crum, cofounder, The Windstar Foundation, and author of The Magic of Conflict With all the responsibilities and demands of time, travel, work, and families placed upon us in today's competitive world, it's a big plus to have Stephen Covey's The Seven Habits of Highly Effective People to refer to. -- Marie Osmond In The Seven Habits of Highly Effective People, Stephen Covey serves up a seven-course meal on how to take control of one's life and become the complete, fulfilling person one envisions. It is a satisfying, energetic, step-by-step book that is applicable for personal and business progress. -- Roger Staubach, NFL Hall of Fame quarterback The conclusions he draws in this book underscore the need to restore the character ethic in our society. This work is a valuable addition to the literature of self-help. -- W. Clement Stone, founder, Success Magazine Stephen Covey's deliberate integration of life and principles leads to squaring inner thought and outward behavior, resulting in personal as well as public integrity. -- Gregory J. Newell, U.S. Ambassador to Sweden 4

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    We can depend on them Principles do

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    was to enforce the contract -- to c

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    mission statement, you may want to

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    all day. Remember, frustration is a

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    "My parents don't love me as much a

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    Habit 6: Synergize TM Principles of

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    Synergy means that 1 + 1 may equal

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