Introduction - Deepstash


Today, I am going to guide you about "The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People" by Stephen Covey. This book, to me, is about building habits that can help us be more successful and happy in our daily lives in a much more advanced level. Think of yourself as someone having a set of powerful habits that guide you through challenges, help you reach your goals, and improve your relationships. This intro should be enough, so let's dive in!


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Think about your daily life—school, friends, family, hobbies. Sometimes it feels like there’s too much to handle, right? "The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People" gives us a roadmap to navigate these situations. These habits aren’t just for work or big projects; they can help us in every part of our lives. By understanding and practicing these habits, we can become more effective and find more balance and happiness.

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