Sunday, July 26, 2020


Nothing new I can write that isn't already known about this book yet whenever you read it, you gain a perspective that is relevant to the current phase your life may be in. That's why, it is called as an 'ageless' book. The lessons are relevant irrespective of whether you are a student, a professional, a teacher or an entrepreneur.

I re-read this and this time I could weave some ideas in a sketchnote.

Some gems from this book:
1. Value the differences in other people as a way to expand your perspective.

2. The challenge in not to manage time, but to manage ourselves.

3. The key is not to prioritize what is on your scheduled, but to schedule your priorities.

4. To go for Win-Win, you not only have to be nice, you have to be courageous.

5. You have spent years of your life #learning how to read and write, years learning how to speak, But what about listening ?

If you are interested, read through the signature analysis of the author- Stephen Covey that I did some years back.

Which of the #lessons or #habits from this book resonate with you the most ?

My Sketchnote:

My LinkedIn post:

No comments: