7 good habits

I have just finished a course, which builds on Stephen R. Coveys book “The 7 Habits”. I have yet to read the book myself, but it (and the course) is about getting better control with your time – and basically your life. And showing you a way to better interact with other people (family, working colleagues, and people you meet else where).
Off course you can’t turn a crappy life into a good one, just by reading a book. First, you need to have the will to make a change. I had that will, but I also had some doubts about the course itself: could it really change anything for me? The answer: yes it could!
Again: this type of courses only works, if you give it a change, and put a lot of work into it. As I mentioned, I haven’t read the book yet (I intent to). But I don’t think I would have gotten so much out of it, if I had just read the book, instead of taken this course.
So what did I get from it? Well, it’s now clearer to me, where some of the obstacles are in my life – and it has given me some “tools” to rethink my life (I hope this doesn’t sound like nonsense). I feel I need to read the material all over before I can come up with a more substantial result, but I really think, I’m going in the right direction. 🙂

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