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7 Habits of Highly Effective Lifters Habit #1 Meal Prep No surprise here that the number one habit that makes lifters effective has to do with getting proper nutrition. When it comes to getting leaner, bigger, and stronger nutrition will always be the foundation and you will always spend more time eating and thinking about eating than you. These qualities and habits of effective leadership have always been desired, even before the chaos of 2020.

But now, more than ever, it’s time for leaders to bring their best and be their best. His 1989 book, “The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People,” has sold more than 30 million copies, become the first nonfiction audiobook in U.S. publishing history to. The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People puts forward a principle-centered approach to both personal and interpersonal effectiveness. Rather than focusing on altering the outward manifestations of your behavior and attitudes, it aims to adapt your inner core, character, and motives.

The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People, first published in 1989, is a business and self-help book written by Stephen Covey. Covey presents an approach to being effective in attaining goals by aligning oneself to what he calls “true north” principles based on a character ethic that he presents as universal and timeless.. Covey defines effectiveness as the balance of obtaining desirable results.

The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People: Powerful Lessons in Personal Change was a groundbreaker when it was first published in 1990, and it continues to be a business bestseller with more than 10 million copies sold. Stephen Covey, an internationally respected leadership authority, realizes that true success encompasses a balance of personal and professional effectiveness, so this book is a. Powerful lessons in personal change. Stephen R. Covey’s book, The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People®, continues to be a best seller for the simple reason that it ignores trends and pop psychology and focuses on timeless principles of fairness, integrity, honesty, and human dignity. One of the most compelling books ever written, The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People®, have.

In The Seven Habits of Highly Effective People, Stephen Covey serves up a seven-course meal on how to take control of one’s life and become the complete, fulfilling person one envisions. It is a satisfying, energetic, step-by-step book that is applicable for personal and business progress. Habits are powerful forces in our lives. They determine our level of effectiveness or ineffectiveness. The purpose of The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People is to help you lead your life in a truly effective way.

They represent a proven process of personal and interpersonal growth that. Sean Covey was the starting quarterback for Brigham Young University during the 1987 and 1988 seasons. He was benched due to an ankle sprain.

Following his college football career wrote a book called The 7 Habits of Highly Effective Teens.It is a book based on the principles of The Seven Habits of Highly Effective People, which was written by his father, Stephen R. Covey, but directed towards the.

List of related literature:

Linda Eggers, Tim Elmore, and Dan Reiland are examples of heavy load lifters for me.

“The 360 Degree Leader: Developing Your Influence from Anywhere in the Organization” by John C. Maxwell
from The 360 Degree Leader: Developing Your Influence from Anywhere in the Organization
by John C. Maxwell
HarperCollins Leadership, 2011

McEvoy, Eva M. Popper, Brandon K. Doan, Jae Kun Shim, Lori R. Bolt, Jeff S. Volek, and William J. Kraemer, “The Effect of Supplemental Isolated Weight-Training Exercises on Upper-Arm Size and Upper-Body Strength.”

“Thinner Leaner Stronger: The Simple Science of Building the Ultimate Female Body” by Michael Matthews
from Thinner Leaner Stronger: The Simple Science of Building the Ultimate Female Body
by Michael Matthews
Oculus Publishers, 2019

In the four examples, you’ll notice that the lifters never repeat specific workouts.

“The New Rules of Lifting: Six Basic Moves for Maximum Muscle” by Lou Schuler, Alwyn Cosgrove
from The New Rules of Lifting: Six Basic Moves for Maximum Muscle
by Lou Schuler, Alwyn Cosgrove
Penguin Publishing Group, 2005

However, advanced lifters may wish to incorporate isolation exercises as necessary.

“The Ketogenic Diet: A Complete Guide for the Dieter and Practitioner” by Lyle McDonald, Elzi Volk
from The Ketogenic Diet: A Complete Guide for the Dieter and Practitioner
by Lyle McDonald, Elzi Volk
Lyle McDonald, 1998

He reminds beginning lifters that motivation, patience, and much hard work are the ingredients for strong outcomes.

“Mental Training for Peak Performance: Top Athletes Reveal the Mind Exercises They Use to Excel” by Steven Ungerleider
from Mental Training for Peak Performance: Top Athletes Reveal the Mind Exercises They Use to Excel
by Steven Ungerleider
Rodale Books, 2005

By studying the principles and ideas outlined in this chapter, you can avoid a lot of the mistakes that I made and the majority of lifters make when they begin training.

“Glute Lab: The Art and Science of Strength and Physique Training” by Bret Contreras, Glen Cordoza
from Glute Lab: The Art and Science of Strength and Physique Training
by Bret Contreras, Glen Cordoza
Victory Belt Publishing, 2019

Though some lifters achieved “remarkable gains,” it was obvious that not everyone was benefiting from this exposure.

“Muscletown USA: Bob Hoffman and the Manly Culture of York Barbell” by John D. Fair
from Muscletown USA: Bob Hoffman and the Manly Culture of York Barbell
by John D. Fair
Pennsylvania State University Press, 1999

Experienced lifters may already know some of this information, but for beginner lifters, understanding these guidelines will be useful whenever they perform resistance training sessions in the weight room.

“Developing Endurance” by NSCA -National Strength & Conditioning Association, Ben Reuter
from Developing Endurance
by NSCA -National Strength & Conditioning Association, Ben Reuter
Human Kinetics, Incorporated, 2012

Throughout this book, I have repeatedly warned about the deleterious effects that overtraining can have on your body.

“Sculpting Her Body Perfect” by Brad Schoenfeld
from Sculpting Her Body Perfect
by Brad Schoenfeld
Human Kinetics, 2008

Some authors have posited that well-trained lifters require a particularly high training volume (>10 sets) to induce maximal hypertrophy (176), although this hypothesis remains controversial.

“Science and Development of Muscle Hypertrophy” by Brad Schoenfeld
from Science and Development of Muscle Hypertrophy
by Brad Schoenfeld
Human Kinetics, 2020

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  • 1. Be proactive, focus on circle of influence: health, education, socializing, ability to produce wealth, hobbys
    2. Begin with the end in mind, law of attraction
    3. time management
    a) wright down anything to do
    b) scheduling: wright down when the task is to be done
    c) prioritise abcd method
    4. Result: independence

  • I’ve been spending time with the help of my son studying life improving and discovered a fantastic website at Reality Crusher Secret (check it out on google)

  • excellewnt work…condgratulations you have achieved the 8th habit through this…What does the 8th Habit mean?

    The eighth habit is “Find your voice and inspire others to find theirs.” Voice is Covey’s code for “unique personal significance.” Those who inspire others to find theirs are the leaders needed now and for the future, according to Covey.

  • this book is awesome, u can buy it on amazon at lower price here

  • What year are most of these videos? My somewhat millennial mind is working. Is there an app for weekly calendar? Slides to download? Videos on demand?! But these are classic videos. Thanks for uploading.

  • 4. Interdependence on people have a win win mentality

    5. Seek first to understand then be understood

    6. Celebrate the difference between people, e.g 1+1=3

    7. We have to sharpen our
    A)Physical strength excise
    B) spirituality meditate, think positively about ourselves and where we are going
    C) educate ourselves by reading and teaching others
    D) social relationships, have good friends and spend time with family have interdependent relationships

  • I believe that win-win attitude is perfect for human-beings. However, the world doesn’t work that way. No-one cares about your emotion and they just want to beat you all the time to get awards or pride.
    Moreover, estimating sides’ equality is complicated and somehow can’t be done. Because people “feel” all the time
    Of course, people accept win-win are great mates. And I do love the attitude that I always have power to chose my feelings, however, I thing this cant be applied for most people. Someone hurts me and a painful, shy feeling comes as nature. And I do have a power to choose my friends, but how about my colleagues, my customers, my neighbors?

  • You definitely have value to share! Synergy is as obvious as The Law Of Attraction! Anything done collectively has power and greater achievements! It’s how we are made! Strength in numbers! One great example is with music but it works in life generally! Something you show us very worthy of our time watching on you tube! I really enjoy your videos!

  • There is a habbit more, and that is feel one with nature, hear what animals say. They really can tell you something, as nature! AS the sky, you willl find also warnings. Think about the old habbits and I don’tknow english word for it. what old people farmers used as indians. that warnigs will also be there without electricity. Hope you will make a new other animation from it, when you discover it

  • These sort of books are a prime example of survivorship bias. The habits certainly don’t hurt but they are insufficient and despite all the talk of icebergs these character traits are still pretty shallow platitudes aimed at selling books.
    The truth is one needs a good dose of luck in life but the human mind has a cognitive block against that because people at the bottom want hope to carry themselves to the next day, and people at the top want those at the bottom to have hope so they work harder. (Hence all the talk of abundance and win-win when reality shows that is laughably false in the long term, just a carrot on a string.)
    Put another way, without these habits you are likely to miss opportunities, but the habits do not create the opportunity the habits are incomplete(one also needs intellect, education, fiscal and physical resources) and the real opportunities are more rare and harder to spot than you think.

  • I Just brought brought my book from here, good read indeed.

  • Great summary! Read the book long ago but this is perfect to keep things in sight. Thanks for the precious work, really appreciate it.

  • Thanks. This a very good way for me to decide if I want to spend 8-10 hours reading the book to glean the finer nuances for myself.

  • I never get tired of reading or listening to the book The 7 Habits Of Highly Effective People that helped me to brighten my soul & heart. Thank you Mr.Stephen R. Covey! You are Immortal!!

  • Great summary of really valuable information. Like some other commenters, I’ve put off reading the 7 Habits but now that I’ve watched your well presented summary, I want to dive in further and really read it and live those habits. Thanks for creating useful content!

  • So we have over a million viewers on The 7 habits of Highly effective people part 1 and 298k viewers of part 2. This tells us that most of these people will complain about the 7 habits summary being incomplete because they didn’t watch the second part they lacked pro-activeness. They didn’t begin with the end in mind which is why they lacked the determination to finish the summary and learn more. Let’s say, most people haven’t mastered the 7 habits yet:)

  • I’ve read this book 2 times, but after seeing this video I get more new information about the habbits and more clarity. “Awesome illustration”

  • Really enjoyed this short explanation of the 7 habits! Found your voice quite easy to listen to and picked up some great knowledge!

  • @ Explore the 7 New Habits for Highly Effective People in 2020 in comparison and with high respect from Stephen R. Covey 1989 “7 Habits of Highly Effective People”

  • Great Book! During this crazy Covid-19 time I’m taking full advantage of self development and gaining financial knowledge! “2020 Books��”
    Think and Grow Rich…. Napoleon Hill
    The Intelligent Investor…. Benjamin Graham
    The Millionaire Next Door…. Thomas Stanley
    The 4 Hour Work Week…. Tim Ferris
    Crushing It…. Gary Vaynerchuk
    The Total Money Make Over…. Dave Ramsey
    The Automatic Millionaire…. David Bach
    Invest Like a Billionaire…. Warren Buffett
    DotCom Secrets…. Russell Brunson
    Brooke Millennium…. Erin Lowry

    “COMPLETED ��”
    Rich Dad Poor Dad…. Robert Kiyosaki
    The Richest Man in Babylon…. George ClasonThe 10X Rule…. Grant Cardone
    The Miracle Morning…. Hal Elrod
    How To Win Friends and Influence People…. (Dale Carnegie)
    The 7 Habits of Highly Effects People….
    (Steven Covey)

  • Thank you, I read this book a decade ago and slipped back out of the habits…having 3 children was my excuse! But truly it was all down to me. I greatly appreciate these 2 videos, to rebuild my foundations.

  • 7 habits of highly effective people 1989 vs. 2020

  • I don’t use this term likely, but these habits are truly life-changing. It’s an effort to remind yourself of them at first, but eventually they become second-nature

  • Jesus christ every example turns into its own movie feature. The main point is quickly lost when the character‘s actions drag on like a small novel. Condense, man!

  • Loved your review on this book, here is my review on the 7 habits of highly effective people.

  • No one with any of these perspectives is going to listen to this video, it goes against alot of the habits that they show. No one is bothered to listen to this because of say ‘time management’. I also didnt listen because i have ADHD wich kind of traps me in these habits.

  • It’s unclear what the difference between level 2 and level 3 of time planning is. In level 2 you introduce prioritization/scheduling, and in level 3 you just basically restate it and mention that it’s daily planning while you didn’t mention the time frame for which level 2 was designated? What is new in level 3?

  • Mentally tired, distracted and not really interested at all. Sounds good make sure you have your keys in hand way before your reach the door. Then run out of gas looking for the location your boss gave you.

  • I needed this video to repeat what I read on Stephen Covey’s book. It is necessary to repeat this information once in a while to remember and apply these things in our lives.

  • Can anybody help by suggesting some books or speakers to further explore habit 5 and accepting/loving peoples differences (I’ve already listened to how to win friends and influence people, which is fantastic cheers.

  • This video makes me realize I’m more on the right track than I give myself credit for being… but that I also have some things to tweak. (Got a bad habit of switching which wall against which my ladder’s leaning.) Great video. Your hypnotic voice really buries it into the subconscious, too. I imagine that you really have these habits ingrained indelibly not just because you’ve read up on it a good deal, but because you’ve gone through great pains to simplify these tips and make educational videos about them and teaching a tactic truly tattoos it into your mind. Well done. Going to sub.

  • I would hope that while you are driving to the grocery store you are thinking about the road, and keeping safe not letting mind drift so much. Great video. thanks.

  • The book is really good, RIP Stephen Covey. What a wonderful man he was. Thanks for they video! In a few minutes you gave the most important parts. I advice you all to read his book, or after a like on this video, watch Stephen himself:

  • WISDOM FOR LIFE, Thanks for the exerpt! Can you please tell me which app do you use to produce the visuals? I would appreciate if you answer my curiosity ( if need my email: [email protected] many thanks! )

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  • His brother is white and he is brown:D awesome! I watched both parts several times as study material for a class about the 7 habits (management skills). Greets from Belgium

  • Awesome video! I love Stephen Covey and this book in particular. The best thing about this video is that it let´s you remenber the key points of the book in just a few minutes

  • How is questioning if god exists equal to losing your job or your relationship ending? A lot of really successful/ effective people are atheists.

  • 2:17 how did they both lose you? They’re no longer “both” if they’re divorced. If she initiated divorce using no-fault she doesn’t deserve a dime.

  • Thank you ��
    This video is a great summary of the book. I’m reading the book at the moment and watching your videos at the same time is reinforcing the message and make it easier for me to really understand and apply the highly valuables habits that your describe in your video 😉

  • Love these videos too! Thanks for taking the time to do them! I read this book a long time ago and it is coming back thanks to your “effective” presentation.:-)

  • I want to share something with anyone who might need to know. There is something I realized that is not included in this book. The Learning Process. What I have to share might be common sense to most people, as some people are just naturals when it comes to logic, analysis, and knowledge mapping. I was not a natural, I got in my own way of the obvious and made a mess of things. I allowed my anxiety to derail my focus and I have been learning randomly, grabbing whatever I can get, causing information anxiety. What I am realizing though is I have been so into the ideas of self-improvement, so busy categorizing, classifying and grouping facts and elements via similarities (this will take forever by the way with no value to gain), when I should have been creating a masterpiece big picture concept or just having a complete picture in mind. Our brain relates our thoughts to visual concept references, and when that visual reference is a system or something that is elaborate and complex a certain approach becomes necessary to master this concept or system of knowledge, whatever it might be. This just might be the game changer and the difference between smart people and dumb people like I have been. For instance, if you have never seen a bicycle and were presented images of all the parts that are required to build a bicycle. You might study each part or component one at a time, you might believe that achieving a masterful understanding requires learning physics, exploring tool designs, oil types for the bike chain, compatibility of parts, tire grades, and design features, etc. You don’t have an image or working reference about what a bicycle is, all you have is a worded description, a bunch of clues, facts, and concepts to interpret an approach and production strategy from. This can lead you to do a lot of tedious and unnecessary knowledge work. So then to avoid this mindset and random approach to learning, the idea is to think about each piece of information or topic item you discover as being part of a puzzle or a painting you have envisioned. Some information might be details that do not necessarily contribute to your immediate and essential need to know but are supplemental to your understanding. These are the details that can derail your progress. Seek knowledge that offers a framework that allows you to relate and place the pieces where they belong, in reference to your vision or master-concept goal. Know what you are looking for in advance, so that you are not distracted by shiny knowledge pieces, seek the pieces that have a purpose and have an ideal role to play in whatever creation or design you are aiming to master. Mastery involves knowing what the masterpiece looks, smells, feels, and sounds like. Realworld experience helps, but when it’s something like quantum physics or biology, you want to have some kind of intelligence first about your topics, to relate any new facts and details to. This whole thing about learning is the same has Habit 2 applied to the purpose of learning. Our brain wants to create, if we just feed it a bunch of facts and figures, it will want an idea or picture to render (create) it’s own replica, or masterpiece painting. Anything we think must have a creative purpose, just like anything we eat must provide us with our nutritional energy and growth needs. Our thoughts must have a purpose towards creating some idea, replica, of some masterpiece. This masterpiece is a system of parts or naturally intelligent systems. Whatever it might be, each new piece of information or idea must be appropriated to serve a purpose towards achieving a masterful understanding of something. Making those connections become easier as you practice this line of thinking which will by logic have you looking for specific pieces, and not have you grabbing any new random and irrelevant piece of information. Staying relevant, logical, and with purpose, on the task of completing your masterpiece. Your every intent will be aligned to achieving a masterful understanding. No more breaking away from the job to watch random videos on Youtube. We do self distract when we are bored with a task, due to the lack of inspiration, that is due to the lack of creative flow.

  • Please do not stop making these videos. the awakening of self-education is on a massive incline. all u need is exposure. you help so much:) keep it up. you save people reading books so much time. u get out all of the golden nuggets in such a golden way 😉

  • Me:Watching this at night
    Me:See’s how many minutes this is
    My mind: omg this is 11 hours how am I supposed to watch this at night!?!?
    Me: But I love this video I will watch it all night:3
    Me: After 5 hours me like this ��︎.��︎
    My mind: I NEED SLEEP SANVI!!! ����������
    Me: Still watch this then falls asleep �� ��
    Me:wakes up in the morning dose not know what just happened at night me dizzy @[email protected]
    Me: Then watching this again at the morning I finished this video.:D:3:)
    Also me: Watching this at night again then fell asleep again ����

    Thank you for reading this now goodbye ������☺️

  • Hi I am hoping someone can help me, it’s probably nothing but at 30:25, he says study the works of “Han Saye” I’d like to know who he was referring to. Perhaps it was a Chinese name? “Huang Shai” let me know if you have any thoughts…

  • I found this book/talk to be very supportive to the way I think. I have read Covey’s book, support his approach, and have been practicing application in my life. Based upon my experience, my mentors, and my fellow associates I have come to believe we are all where we are today because of the habits in our life, the decisions in our life, and the people in our life, All directly related. Mike Burke

  • While I’m doing chores and other things, I like to listen to this series over and over again just so it’s really imprinted in my mind

  • Everything communicates war.
    Win lose poisons the mind.
    You can share knowledge, recognition, worth and profit.
    Most are into posturing, worried. People are afraid of sharing the knowledge. They think they are giving power.
    They think in dichotomies.
    The roots of win win comes from private victory.
    We have more creativity. We have a bigger whole.
    Attitude 4win win, Method seek first to understand 5, Fruitsynergise

    Some think that win win is weakness. It’s being nice. But they are actually, lose win.
    Win win is tougher than win lose.
    There’s also No Deal. Sometimes you haven’t that option.
    If we cannot work this out, we will have to go for a no deal. But i want to go for a win win.
    The best you can with sometimes is compromise. People say. You never question the lens. Scripting.

    Scripting happens from family, school, peers, athletics

    Model in the home a win win approach.

    Your security should come from within.

    In schools, people should be encouraged to do teamwork. “My job is to help you, not to judge you.”

    A standard set to measure performance.

    Avoid comparison language.

    What do we want to accomplish?
    Go for win
    Do your best
    Have team spirit
    Assist people
    Have fun


    Courage with consideration. (Maturity)
    Abundance mentality

    Most are either strong. Or weak. Either win or lose.

    Green and clean is what I want.
    Do it and compare with that.
    Who is your boss? You are. Who is your helper? I am.

    The moment you go for win lose. You kill the goose.

    You cannot hold people accountable for results. If you supervise the methods.

  • Sharpen the saw

    Habit of renewal…

    Why don’t you sharpen the saw…too busy sawing

    How many have driven with getting gas

    It is production capacity

    It is continuous improvement and continuous learning. Always getting better.

    It’s got the greatest leverage of all habits

    Habit 7 lies in quadrant 2. Hence ignored. Not urgent

    Four dimensionseconomic side, mission side, social side value, in use of people, mental development

    Physical, mental. Spiritual, social

    Physicalexercise, nutrition and stress management.

    Exercise nutrition require commitment.

    Stress management keymission, meaning, to never retire to leisure but to projects. Work that inpires

    A book a week. Study groups. Courses. Keep mind alert and vital. (All mental)

    Spiritualrenew yourself in what you deeply value. And your mission. Read literature that inspires. And conscience. Try to live by it day in and day out.

    I get up early. I don’t like it. But I do it. I bike and read.


    Social relationship with others
    Emotionalrelationship with self

    Rebuild a broken relationship (task)

    In the fifth year, the Chinese bamboo goes up 80 feet

    The key to the many is the one…what you do to expand your character affects everything in your life


    Share ideas with others

    Don’t just retell but what you took away….

    Get a coach.

    Focus on a single habit

    Be patient.

    Live the 7 habits. Become a transition figure

    The power of these habits is in the doing

    Don’t just understand them intellectually

    You already know these habits. It’s about going on the adventure of living them


  • Explore the 7 New Habits for Highly Effective People in 2020 in comparison and with high respect from Stephen R. Covey 1989 “7 Habits of Highly Effective People”

  • This book is an _opportunity whose time has come It brings clarity, growth and enlightenment in one’s life.

    It’s a self help that does provide “quick fix” solutions.

    An amazing read. I am amazed.

  • This is a life-changing personal development book. Most of what’s said in the book is not something we don’t know yet. However, it’s just great to be reminded about it. I also love the way he put those things in novel perspectives. This is the kind of book that you need to re-read every year, at least that’s what i plan to do.

  • PART 3Public Victory Paradigms of Interdependence – 5:43:54
    Habit 4Think win/win – 6:28:50
    Habit 6 Synergy – 8:35:50
    Habit 7sharpen the saw – 9:27:13

  • 10:12 Part One, 1:15:54 overview, 1:50:20 habit 1, 2:45:42 habit 2, 4:35 habit 3, 6:28:50 habit 4, 7:36:56 habit 5, 8:36 habit 6, 9:27:10 habit 7

  • I use to have this on 6 pack CDs and the voice was a guys and was much easier to listen to. No way I could listen to this with a robot voice even for free.

  • I heard abt this a long before but could not read due to lack of time….but now I’m listening to this audiobook n really loving it❤️… thanks for this upload ��������

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