The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People, or the 7 Habits of Highly Effective People.


The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People, or the 7 Habits of Highly Effective People.

must have seen, read, or heard this book written by Stephen R. Covey.  Today on AchhiKhabar.Com I am sharing the essence of this best seller book in Hindi to you.  After reading this, if you feel that like millions of people, you too can benefit from it, then definitely buy this book without any hesitation.

Inspirational Hindi Books / Motivational Books in Hindi

And most people commit these crimes.  Is believed it?  And many times this crime is committed just because we do not have idea which book to read and where to buy it from?

Keeping this in mind, I am sharing a small list of inspirational books with you today, and also giving a link to buy them.

I have read almost all the Motivational Hindi Books listed here and without any doubt I recommend you to read them.

Friends, although you can buy these books from anywhere, but my personal experience is that buying them from online Flipkart or Amazon is easy and also cheap.  And even if you want to gift these books, you can send any shipment address at the time of purchase and send the books to the desired location.

7 Habits That Can Make You Super Successful

(Motivational Stories in Hindi for Success)

Your life does not just decrease.  Whether you know it or not, it is designed by you.  Ultimately, you are the one who makes your choices.  You choose happiness.  You choose grief.  You choose certainty.  You choose your uncertainty.  You choose your success.  You choose your failure.  You choose courage  You choose fear.  So remember that every moment, every situation gives you a new option.  And in such a situation, you always have the opportunity to do things differently than yourself and produce positive results for yourself.

Habit 1: Be Proactive / Be Proactive

Being proactive means being responsible for your life.  You cannot blame your parents or grandparents for everything.  Proactive people understand that they are "response-able".  They do not blame genetics, circumstances, or surroundings for their conduct.  They know that they choose their own behavior.  On the other hand, people who are reactive are mostly affected by their physical environment.  They blame external things for their behavior.  If the weather is good, they like it.  And if it is not, it affects their attitude and performance, and they blame the weather.  All external forces act as a stimulus to which we react.  Between this excitement and the reaction you react to, your greatest strength is hidden - and that is the freedom that you can choose your reaction yourself.  A very important thing is that you can choose what you say.  The language you use, represents how you see yourself.  A proactive person uses proactive language. –I can, I will, etc.  A reactive person uses reactive language - I can't, I wish if it did, etc.  Reactive people think that they themselves are not responsible for what they say and do - they have no choice.

Proactive people focus their efforts on the Circle of Influence.  They work on such things about which they can do something: health, children, problems in the field.  Reactive people focus their efforts on the Circle of Concern: debt, terrorism, weather on the country.  Knowing the things in which we spend our energy is a big step towards becoming proactive.

Habit 2: Begin with the End in Mind Start by keeping the end in mind

So what do you want to be when you grow up?  Perhaps this question may seem a little strange, but think about it for a moment.  Are you now what you wanted to be, whose dream you dreamed of, are you doing what you always wanted to do.  Think honestly.  Many times it happens that people see themselves achieving such a victory which is actually hollow - such a success, in return for which much bigger things had to be lost.  If your ladder is not placed on the right wall, then every step you take takes you to the wrong place.

Habit 2 is based on your imagination or imagination - imagination, that is, your ability to show you things in your mind that you cannot see with your eyes right now.  It is based on the principle that everything is manufactured twice.  First mental creation, and second physical creation.  Just as a house is built after blue-print is ready, similarly physical creation takes place only after mental creation.  If you do not visualize yourself what you are and what you want to become, then you leave the decision of how your life will be on others and circumstances.  Habit 2 is about how you identify your specialty, and then within your personal, moral and ethical guidelines, you can keep yourself happy and complete.  To start with the end in mind means to start every day, work or project with a clear vision of what direction and destination we should have, and then proactively start to complete that work.

Related: Priceless Thoughts on Imagination

The best way to put Habit 2 into practice is to create a personal mission statement of your own.  Its focus will be on what you want to be and what you want to do.  This is your planning for success.  This confirms who you are, keeps your goals in focus, and brings your ideas into this world.  Your Mission Statement makes you the leader of your life.  You make your own destiny, and realize the dreams you have dreamed of.

Habit 3: Put First Things First Give priority to primary things

To live a balanced life, you have to understand that you cannot do everything in this life.  There is no need to engage yourself in work beyond your capacity.  Do not hesitate to say "no" when necessary, and then focus on your important priorities.

Habit 1 says, "You are in charge."  You are the creator ”.  Being proactive is your choice.  Habit 2 is first about visualizing things in the mind.  Starting with the end in mind is related to vision.  Habit 3 is about the second creation, ie physical creation.  Habit 1 and Habit 2 interact in this habit.  And it happens every moment of all times.  It deals with many questions related to Time Management.

But that's not all.  Habit 3 is also about life management — your purpose, values, roles, and priorities.  What are "primary things"?  The primary things are the ones you personally consider the most valuable.  If you give priority to primary tasks, that means, you are spending your time, your energy, on the priorities you have set in Habit 2.

Habit 4: Think Win-Win Always Think of Win

Think Win-Win is not about being good, nor is it a short-cut.  This is a code based on the character that you have to interact and collaborate with the rest of the people.

Most of us evaluate ourselves on the basis of comparison and competition with others.  We see our success in the failure of others — that is, if I win, you lose, if you win I lose.  In this way life becomes a zero-sum game.  Suppose there is only one roti, and if the other one takes a big part, then I will get less, and I will try not to get more.  We all play this game, but just imagine how much fun it is?

Win-Win sees life as a co-operation, not as a competition.  Win-win is such a state of heart and mind that constantly inspires us to think in the interest of all.  Win-Win means agreements and solutions that are beneficial and satisfactory to all.  All things are eaten in it, and they taste very good.

A person or organization that tries to solve problems with a win-win attitude has three main things within it:

Integrity / Loyalty: Do not compromise with your values, commitments and feelings.  Maturity / Maturity: To put your ideas and feelings in front of others with courage and also appreciate the thoughts and feelings of others.  Abundance Mentality / Abundance Mindset: Believe in this that there is a lot for everyone.
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Many people think in terms of either-or: either you are good or you are strict.  Win-Win requires both.  It is like balancing between courage and understanding.  To adopt Win-Win, you have to be not only sympathetic but also confident.  You have to be not only thoughtful and sensitive but also brave.  Doing that –courage and balance is established in consideration, this is real maturity, and is very important for win-win.

Habit 5: Seek First to Understand, Then to Be Understood / First understand others then explain yourself

Communication is the most important skill in life.  You spend many years in learning to read, write and speak.  But what about listening?  What training have you received that teaches you to listen to others, so that you can really understand the front person very well?  Maybe none?  Why?

If you are like most people, then perhaps you too would like to explain yourself first.  And in doing this, you will completely ignore the other person, it will show that you are listening, but actually you just listen to the words but completely miss their true meaning.
The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People, or the 7 Habits of Highly Effective People.

Related: How to become a good speaker?  17 Tips

Think why this happens?  Because most people listen with the intention that they have to reply, do not understand.  You listen inside yourself and prepare what you have to say next, what questions to ask, etc.  Whatever you hear, he sips through your life-experiences and reaches you.

You compare what you hear with your autobiography to see if it is right or wrong.  And because of this, before you finish talking about others, you make a perception in your mind that what you want to say next.  Do these sentences sound like something heard?

Perhaps you are wondering what is the harm in relating to someone according to your experience?  In some situations it may be appropriate to do this, such as when someone asks you to tell something based on your experiences, when there is a trust relationship between the two of you.  But it is not always advisable to do so.

Habit 6: Synergize / Sync

In simple terms, "Two brains are better than one" Synergize means to give constructive cooperation.  This is team-work.  It is to find new diagnoses of old problems with an open mind.
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But this does not just happen on its own.  It is a process, and through that process, people are able to use their experience and expertise.  They are able to give better results together than alone.  Together with Synergy we are able to find a lot together which is rarely found if we search alone.  This is the idea in which the whole is greater than the sum of the parts.  One plus one equals three, or six, or sixty– or more.

When people start interacting with each other honestly, and are open to being influenced by each other, then they start getting new information.  Differences among themselves increase the efficiency of inventing new methods by leaps and bounds.

Giving importance to differences is the core of synergy.  Do you really value the mental, emotional, and psychological differences between people?  Or do you want all people to listen to you so that you can move ahead easily?  Many people consider uniformity as unity.  Mutual differences should be seen as strength, not weakness.  They fill our life with enthusiasm.

Habit 7: Sharpen the Saw / Sharpen the ax

Sharpen the Saw means to protect your greatest asset.  This means designing a program for yourself that renews you in the four areas of your life, physical, social / emotional, mental, and spiritual.  Below are examples of some such activities:

Physical / Physical: Eating well, exercising, relaxing Social / Emotional / Social / Emotional: Creating social and meaningful relationships with others. Mental / Mental: Reading-writing, learning-teaching. Spiritual / Spiritual: spending time with nature,  To meditate, to serve.
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As you improve yourself in every field, you will bring progress and change in your life.  Sharpen the Saw keeps you fresh so that you can practice the remaining six habits well.  By doing this, you increase your ability to face challenges.  Without doing so your body becomes weak, brain becomes brainless, feelings get cold, nature becomes insensitive, and man becomes selfish.  And it's not a good picture, why?

You feel good, it doesn't happen on its own.  The meaning of living a balanced life is to take the necessary time to renew yourself.  It's all up to you  You can relax and renew yourself.  Or you can burn yourself by doing excessive work.  You can love yourself mentally and spiritually, or you can spend your life unaware of your well-being.  You can experience live energy inside you or you can lose the benefits of good health and exercise by avoiding it.

You can revive yourself and welcome a new day with peace and harmony.  Or you can wake up with sadness and see the day passing by.  Just remember that every day gives you a new opportunity to renew yourself, the opportunity to recharge yourself.

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