[AI] Fw: [LITS] Stephen Covey - Living the 7 Habits: Applicationsand Insights
arsahay at accessindia.org.in
Fri Apr 18 21:42:59 EDT 2008
And for those who have not read the original book, I strongly recommend them
to obtain the same in Daisy format from NAB Delhi. It's in Stephen's
original voice and can change life for sure. You can feel the impact of this
book on my life by listening to episode 51 of "Eyeway ye hai roshni..
available currently www.eyeway.org
By the way, this interview was organised at brisk pace during my brief stay
at Delhi in March. Still Eyeway has done a very professional work in deed.
Just one correction in it. I was at XLRI during 2003-04 and not 1993 as
inadvertently shared by me. For those who can connect with what I am trying
to communicate in this interview, I also suggest reading "Say yes to your
potential" which too is available with NAB Delhi in Daisy format.
As shared with some of you, I was working for Security Administration in
Tata Steel from August 1 '07 to April 14 '08. However, effective April 15, I
am once again in the area of "improvement initiatives" and this time for
Corporate Services of Tata Steel as a whole. It's like moving from "urgent"
to "important". I could not manage to be in touch with AI during my
assignment as Security Administrator. Hope to be in regular touch now.
Regards and love for all.
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> Subject: [LITS] Stephen Covey - Living the 7 Habits: Applications and
> An interesting one I just downloaded.
> Living the 7 Habits: Applications and Insights (Audiobook)
> Stephen Covey's famous "7 Habits of Highly Effective People" has been
> teaching people and organizations how to be more effective since 1989. But
> how do Covey's principles translate for real people living their lives?
> Living the 7 Habits presents more than 70 little stories of people as they
> meet challenges and practice the seven habits. Some are ordinary slices of
> life; others are pivotal moments or life changes. A 76-year-old man who
> overdrawn his wife's "emotional bank account" starts making deposits of
> chores, favors, and special dates until love is rekindled. A woman changes
> her life after her husband dies of cancer. Children teach parents empathic
> listening. A banker-turned-minister, cleaning his gun as his pregnant wife
> naps on the couch, accidentally discharges it, killing his wife and the
> unborn child, and learns to recover from grief and guilt. Parents learn to
> hear their teenagers' anxieties with respect and understanding. A
> clinical-psychology researcher, moved by statistics that one-third of
> kids never return to their birth parents or get adopted, creates a village
> for former "unadoptable" children, their new parents, and volunteer
> grandparents." The stories are organized thematically into individual,
> family, community, education, and workplace--with commentary from Covey
> following each story. If you practice the seven habits and seek
> and a feeling of community, this book will help you find both.
> Stephen Covey - Living the 7 Habits: Applications and Insights (41 MB)
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