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Covey 7 Habits of highly effect leaders

Summary of my learnings from Steve Covey’s book

Pro-active people – people who focus their efforts on things which they can
do something about; and 2. Reactive people, who blame, accuse, behave like victims, pick on other people’s weaknesses, and complain about external factors over which they have no control (for example, the weather). Pro-active people are responsible for their own lives. Covey breaks down the work responsibility into two parts: response (especially choosing a response)
and ability.

Pro-active people recognise their responsibility to make things happen. Those
who allow their feelings to control their actions have abdicated responsibility and empowered their feelings. When pro-active people make a mistake, they not only recognise it as such and acknowledge it, they also correct it if possible and, most importantly, learn from it.

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The Daily Gems

“Not everyone is meant to be a company, CEO or executive, but that should not stop you from being a leader. Follow the wisdom of your heart and mind; set a trail that is only revealed as you courageously walk along it. This is what I call leading from within and is what I deeply believe in.” 

Leading from Within: Shifting Perspectives on Leadership Book by Vongai Nyahunzvi

“Your visions will become clear only when you can look into your own heart. Who looks outside, dreams; who looks inside, awakes.” C G Jung

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