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The Seven Habits of Highly Effective People

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The Seven Habits of Highly Effective People
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The End is really your goal or your goals. Effectiveness is not just a matter of reaching a goal but rather of achieving the right goal. Imagine yourself sitting in the back of the room at your funeral, and what people could honestly say about you based on the way you are now. Do you like what you hear? Is that how you want to be remembered? If not,Nike Free 3.0 V4 Womens, change it.
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This means to focus on your most important priorities,Nike Free 5.0 V4, your top priorities. This doesn't always mean urgent. The phone is ringing, and picking it up might seem urgent, but the caller is not always important. It could be a telemarketer. Focus on your top priorities.
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Number 5 - "Seek First to Understand, Then to Be Understood"
Communication is a two-way street. To develop win/win relationships, find out what the
other parties want, and what winning means to them. Try to put yourself in the other person's shoes.
Cooperation multiplies the power of one. In fact, "creative cooperation" may yield a
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There's an old story about a man sawing a log. The work is going slowly and the man is exhausted. The more he saws, the less he cuts. A passerby watches for a while and suggests that the man take a break to sharpen the saw. But the man says he can't stop to sharpen

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