The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People

a. The writer of ”The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People” is Stephen Covey.
b. Three habits.
Be proactive. I never do anything without critical thinking. I will think of the results before I have any action. Most of time, I would prepare a plan first and then do that follow the plan unless there has an emergency accident.
Put first things first. You never know what will happen in the next second. The most important is what you are doing right now. I cannot put everything on the last minute. I will feel mania. For example, I cannot start to do any revise before the exam. Put first things first, so that you could do anything you want and make your timetable flexible.
Synergize. Teamwork is an essential skill in the college. Group assignment need variety of the ideas, skills and technology. Nobody can do it alone. During the teamwork. I could learn different kinds of skills from other group members like computer design and excel. My communication skills have development through the group assignment.
c. I always think of my timetable and agenda. Then I will make a plan of the week what I must do at first or the due date is coming. Sometimes, there are some invitations from friends that conflict with my timetable. I have to consider which is more important. And if I change my timetable, what the result will be? So I put first things first to provide some space for other conflict things.
d. In the work place, first is the teamwork. Everybody do his part and then contributed to a huge achievement. There almost have emergency events in the work place, so the plan is significant. The result should be considered before and if I put first things first, there will not be a large effect on the important things. So the consequence will be better.

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