Prof. (Dr.) Kunal Sah
THE SEVEN HABITS OF HIGHLY EFFECTIVE PEOPLE is a book by Stephen R. Covey
The seven habits are:
- Be Proactive: Taking responsibility for your own life and not letting circumstances control you. Proactive people are not victims, and they focus on the things they can control, rather than the things they can't.
- Begin with the End in Mind: Having a clear vision for your life, and then working backwards to achieve it. People who begin with the end in mind can make decisions that align with their goals, and they are less likely to get sidetracked.
- Put First Things First: Prioritizing your tasks and focusing on the most important things first. People who put first things first are able to manage their time effectively and avoid procrastination.
- Think Win-Win: Seeking solutions that are mutually beneficial to all parties involved. People who think win-win are able to build strong relationships and achieve successful outcomes.
- Seek First to Understand, Then to Be Understood: This means listening to others with empathy and trying to understand their point of view. People who seek first to understand are able to build rapport and resolve conflicts effectively.
- Synergize: Working together to create something that is greater than the sum of its parts. People who synergize are able to leverage the strengths of others and achieve great things.
- Sharpen the Saw: Taking care of yourself physically, emotionally, mentally, and spiritually. People who sharpen the saw are able to maintain their energy and productivity, and they are better able to cope with stress.