The 7 Habits of Highly
R. Covey. Adapted.
Be reactive: doubt yourself and blame
Work without any clear end in mind
urgent things first
win / lose
first to be understood
can't win, compromise
Fear change and put off
A Journey of Self-Mastery
You can change your habits, and as a result,
your life. The key is within
mind. You can eliminate unwanted and unhealthy habits,
make a difference
in your life and become a happier, more satisfied and more successful than
you’ve ever been.
You can defeat bad habits, you can build good
ones, but you must be deliberate and
if you wish to be successful,
Venturepreneur's 8×8 Winning Habits
Innovatel (Ulyanovsk, Russia) is a breakthrough extended private
business incubator for kids,
teens and forever-young people.
Innovatel's mission is
to help children, teens, and young people build
entrepreneurial creativity skills and
successful innovation-driven business.
8×8 achievement principles (Achiever's
8 Winning Habits
8 Winning Habits)
were specially designed for the members of the
Innovatel. The Innovatel members
turn gradually these achievement principles into
deeply ingrained winning habits
in the course of practice-rich learning process.
These achievement principles are also reflected in
the hymn of Innovatel...
has made himself the most widely admired businessman in Japan. When Konosuke
Matsushita began working for himself, in 1918, at the age of 23, he
had almost nothing: no money, no real formal education, no connections. In
the late 1980s, Matsushita’s revenues hit a whopping $42 billion. With
nearly 20,000 employees, Matsushita grew such household brand names as
National, Panasonic and Technics.
What Matsushita's habits fostered this growth?
He pushed himself and others out of comfort
took risks, assessed weaknesses and
failures, sought new ideas, and
listened with an open mind...
Happy vs. Unhappy
People: 10 Differences
Unhappy people envy successful people.
Happy people admire
great achievers and learn from them.
Unhappy people are self-focused, socially withdrawn,
antagonistic. Happy people are
Unhappy people are negative thinkers. Happy people are
"I've met the enemy, and it is
"While my attention was taken up and care
employed in guarding against one fault, I was often surprised by another.
Habit took the advantage of inattention. Inclination was sometimes too
strong for reason. I concluded at length that the mere speculative
conviction that it was our interest to be completely virtuous was not
sufficient to prevent our slipping, and that the contrary habits must be
broken and good ones acquired and established, before we can have any
dependence on a steady, uniform rectitude of conduct."
How Can You Be a Somebody