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Links, sites and blogs on "The 7 Habits.." by Stephen Covey



Here are some useful links, which consists of summaries, reviews, notes and expositions of Stephen Covey's "The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People".


The following address is a fan blog. It can be a good learning place as you may find some interesting discussions on "7 Habits.." The blogger also discusses the philosophy of S.Covey and of his book. The author has generously provided its readers with many a useful links to other sources on 7 Habits. I have enjoyed this blog and I wish you also do.



In this link (the following one) you will find not the summary, not rigorous analysis or exposition of Covey's book. But, only small and short notes on each chapter, which are.... like highlights of a few but key points .


Follow this link and come to understand what a paradigm is: http://www.egs.edu/faculty/agamben/agamben-what-is-a-paradigm-2002.html


This is another good link. A fine review, charming as well, and very much to the point.



I should have given this link at the beginning of this post. Because. It contains a PDF, and free, version of 7 Habits- whole book and you can also download it. And, also, it contains a few articles and presentations on some of the concepts of this book.



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dannielo said...

If you would like to implement some of Stephen Covey's best ideas, you can use this web aplication:

http://www.Gtdagenda.com

You can use it to manage and prioritize your Goals (in each of your life's categories), projects and tasks, in an intuitive interface. It has a Checklists section, for the repetitive activities you have to do, important but not urgent (Quadrant II, for example your routines/habits). Also, it features a Schedules section and a Calendar, for scheduling you time, activities and for the weekly review.

Some features from GTD are also present, like Contexts and Next Actions.

And it's available on the mobile phone too, so you can access it wherever you are.

M. Umer Toor said...

Hi Dannielo.
Thanks a lot for providing us such a practical tool as this. I will surely cherish it.

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