7 Habits of Highly Effective People

7 Habits of Highly Effective People

Suppose you want an ‘A plus’ in an exam. Now you can’t directly put A plus on your grade sheet. Your teacher will do that. But you can do whatever it takes to get ‘A Plus’. If you don’t work to get A plus, if you think about getting it, not getting it, not getting it, whether I will get it at all, then you are a reactive person. But if you study to get ‘A Plus’, do class tests well, give assignments well, do projects well – then you are a Proactive person. 7 Habits of Highly Effective People

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

7 Habits of Highly Effective People

Consider again, corruption and corruption everywhere in the country. You read the news all day long, post status on Facebook saying that nothing will happen in the country, even then nothing much is likely to happen, unless you are someone from the upper level. In this case too you behaved reactively. Our own development means development of the country. If you can do your job properly, follow the traffic rules, follow the rules of the country, don’t litter, those are all things you have control over. You can do it well. Then you are proactive.

you love someone You can’t force him to fall in love with you. If he does what he wants, proactively, he prepares himself accordingly. Then you are proactive. The first quality of highly effective people is that they are proactive.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

7 Habits of Highly Effective People

Begin with the end in mind. As you read this line, stop and ask yourself, are you doing whatever it takes to say or be what you want to say or be with your whole life? Almost all of us have to change our lifestyle to answer.

 

 

 

 

Suppose you want – everyone or you will say about your life at one point, you were an honest person. So what are you doing now to be honest? Maybe you do, maybe you don’t. Living with such thoughts is the second quality of effective people. Begin with the end in mind.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

7 Habits of Highly Effective People

If you were asked right now, what is the most important thing to you? Or what is the most important thing to do? You might say, learning Java! Learning Laravel or learning something new for graphics designing, or publishing a paper or studying for an exam. If you ask me, I will say reading personal development books. You or I will never say, the most important thing for us is using Facebook, watching IPL, La-Liga. But if you notice, you might be running Facebook, so am I. Or watching a game, or having a useless chat.

 

 

 

There is a terrible gap between what we say or want to be and where we spend our time. The number three habit of highly effective people is to do the most important thing first. If, it is said that important work is reading books, then he will read books and nothing else.

 

 

 

 

 

 

7 Habits of Highly Effective People

Let’s say, I wrote a book about Java. You wrote too. Now if I read your book, and share it with my friends, your publicity and sales will increase. You will also be happy to share my book with your friends. A win-win situation for both. Good for two people. But if that were the case, I’d sit around with a negative review instead of writing your book well, hoping that it would sell more for my book. Then your friends wouldn’t buy, and vice versa neither would others. Instead of thinking everything is a zero sum game, highly effective people think win-win in these situations. Win-win thinking is habit number four of highly effective people, where you win doesn’t mean I lose or I win doesn’t mean you lose, but both sides win.

 

 

 

 

 

 

7 Habits of Highly Effective People

Think first to understand, then take the step of how someone else will understand you. I want everyone to buy my book. Now if I start saying, buy my book, I have written for 2 months, I have suffered a lot, the book is good. I don’t know if it will work, but I’m sure if it doesn’t work for you, you won’t buy the book. You buy the book only when you need it. It will come in handy, you need it. No matter how much I say how dedicated I was, how many hours I put in – you have no business listening to it.

 

 

 

 

 

 

The fifth habit of highly effective people, they will first try to understand, what people want, how they will benefit, what people need. Then take steps accordingly. If I have this habit, then I will first see, there are millions of computer science students in Bangladesh, Java is being taught in almost all universities, it is possible to learn Java and make apps, there are good career opportunities in Java. After understanding them, I might decide that writing a book would not be a bad idea. And I will re-present it that way rather than, how much time it takes for me to say it.

 

 

 

 

 

 

7 Habits of Highly Effective People

The whole is better than the sum of its parts. Suppose you can make good apps. Your friend knows good marketing. Now if you share your app with friends, maybe some downloads/sales will happen. But if the marketer connects the friend with you, he will take the volume of the sale to a place that you could not have. In Taramane, two people join together and do something good.

 

 

 

 

 

Then you thought, if the user experience of the app can be improved, sales/downloads will be boosted. Your UX designer friend added you. Now a great product has been created. Your ability to add these friends is called Synergize. Of course, it won’t always work out or you’ll find the right person. But this opportunity always finds a highly effective person. Synergize. This sixth habit is what highly effective people want to have.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

7 Habits of Highly Effective People

A few days ago a team from a company came to me to talk about their app. Their app should go live within 1 week. That’s what they said. I have seen for about 2 months before that they were trying to modify an app. But their work was not smooth due to external developers developing, deprecation and other reasons. They came to me for consultation after 2 months instead of 1 week. I saw and understood that if you go to modify, it will not happen at all, it does not matter. I say, you make a new one with minimum features. It will be done in 15 days. They got the advice and left with a smile. They wasted almost two and a half months fearing that if it took 15 days it might be late. The seventh habit of highly effective people, Sharpen the saw.

 

 

 

 

 

 

I don’t know what anyone thought after reading the above story, but this happens every day in our lives, constantly, every day. We don’t get time to read books for 15-20 minutes every day, books will take a lot of time. But counting Longer’s goals, these things are holding us back.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

7 Habits of Highly Effective People

A man in front of you spends hours cutting down a tree that shouldn’t take 30 minutes. You advised him to ‘sharpen the saw’ – ‘lend the saw’. But she says, it will make me late. But considering the whole situation, it can be seen that he was late because he did not bring the saw. The seventh habit of highly effective people, they always work with the saw sharp.

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