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"When Stephen Covey talks, executives listen." (Dun's Business Month)
Strong lessons for certain types of people. However, the reader is painful to listen to, the music is odd and this could probably be condensed into bullet/subullet form and should only take about 2 pages to go through.
This is a response to those whom think that Dr. Covey narrating his own book is not doing the material justice. Are you really seriously critiquing the way the author chooses to deliver his material to others? Buy the book then listen to Dr. Covey deliver his message in a different and more powerful way. Why should an digital audio representation of material published several years ago be simply the same? Perhaps you should consider the potential for further examination. What a treat Dr. Covey. Thank you for taking the time.
This book will help you really evaluate yourself, your purpose, and every relationship that you are involved with ...AWESOME read...Will reference often!
I enjoyed re visiting this great book! I am revitalized, and ready for action. There is something in here for everyone, from the executive to the average Joe and everyone in between.
practical habits that I can train on having them and that i would see the result
no because is this his best selling book, so i dont expect other books to be any better
the annoying and unrelated instrumental sounds with annoying high volume compared to when he speaks
unhelpful, find something else, i wish i could return the audiobook and get a refund
up my mind and increased my thought process to allow a part of my super consciousness to flow.
This is a book that anyone can put in their tool belt and refer back to over and over. It is extremely powerful and can reframe your way of approaching and percieving life. It is true what Stephen Covey says there is no way to dispute the 7 habits they are and have been a part of life since it began. it is highly inspirational and an absolute joy to listen to.
"A great refresher of a great book"
Having read 'The 7 Habits' many years ago I was keen to get a refresher and this does the job superbly. It would also work well as an introduction to Stephen R. Covey and the 7 habits.
Covey has edited the key points from each of the 7 habits and delivers the book in his characteristic fashion. There are some folksy stories to illustrate points, a dash of humour, and plenty of thought- and action-provoking material.
The 7 habits are often quoted, particularly on juggling priorities and tasks, yet this audiobook reminded me that much of what Covey is dealing with works at a much deeper and more meaningful level.
"Essential reading for a successful life"
Outlines the natural laws and principles for a successful life in a simple way. Following this guidance will increase both your happiness and your effectiveness. Knowledge, skills and desire form the basis of understanding on how to move forward. Unlease or release yourself from the shackles others have put on you...this is essential if not mandatory reading for anyone seeking personal development.
Easy to understand and articulated well.
Interesting person to listen too.
A must have for anyone interested in developing themselves
"The fantastic Stephen Covey as always"
I have long been a fan of the 7 habits since a friend gave me a CD with an hour long seminar of the principles.
I have listened to many of the audio books since and this one is great. Just enough detail and not too long. Not for everyone as Stephens slow explanation I know annoys some people. I for one like it as you get chance to contemplate what he is saying and identify with the material.
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