The 7 Habits Revisited
By Therapy in Transition on June 22, 2011
Remember the 7 Habits? So many of us had read it at one time or another, attended training, or been forced into the model. Much of it is still very rich and relevant today. Like anything though, if you don't revisit it (maybe it's a form of sharpening the saw!) you might be missing out. Learn more in this excellent post.
It’s been almost a decade since I read the infamous self-help book The Seven Habits of Highly Effective People by Steven Covey, but it’s such a helpful tool that it came as no real surprise when I recently felt compelled to re-read it. As I did so, I found myself wondering if I had addressed or implemented the particular habit introduced in each new chapter. By the time I finished those chapters, I was delighted to find that I had, in fact, embraced them since my initial reading of the book. Of course, I had also adapted the suggestions or guidelines in the book concerning the habits to tailor them to my own unique needs and experiences. This discovery reminded me that we each determine our own level of success.
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