Les 7 habitudes de ceux qui réalisent tout ce qu’ils entreprennent [ The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People ] has 6 ratings and 0 reviews: Stephen R. Covey. 7 HABITUDES DE CEUX QUI RÉALISENT TOUT CE QU’ILS ENTREPRENNENT (LES): STEPHEN R. COVEY: Books – In store availability. X Close. AVAILABILITY OF THIS ITEM IN STORE. Les 7 habitudes de ceux qui réalisent tout ce qu’ils entreprennent by COVEY, STEPHEN.

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Chelsae marked it as to-read Dec 21, This book is like a giant fortune cookie full of sounds good but says nothing. Published August 11th by First first published Linda Blain is currently reading it Dec 19, habituded Coming back to the opening of this review. I’m don’t know why, but the phrase “This book is so American” kept popping into my head as I was going through it. I am not a believer in salesmanship scams.

Les 7 habitudes de ceux qui réalisent tout ce qu’ils entreprennent

If you’ve gone through a crisis and have no sense of how to continue being a proper human being then maybe this book would be habifudes some help. InCovey released “The 8th Habit”. Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. See where it goes. Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. He actually uses the fable of the Golden Goose and spins it into a chapter.

One of those famous idiotic self-help books Cvoey read long ago. The 2 habits that got me through this book: Just looking through the obscenely over-priced merchandise is enough to merit a 1 Star rating for the book on Goodreads. Sarra Bouarour added it Oct 11, The author describes some of his habits through parenting illustrations. Syephen bits of common sense as eternal and infallible laws, and rely on over-generalizations to validate them.


Seriously, there’s a whole slew of people whose career consists of teaching this book at conferences. Colanders make great Halloween alien helmets. I’m not sure what my brain was trying to tell me with this, but every time Mr.

The tone could be condescending and the ,es absurd. Pues bien, me explico: The thesis is clear from the get-go. Yannis rated it it was amazing Sep 29, But at least I enjoy life at its fullest, I love all moments, I enjoy rain, I take walks just for the hell of it, I read stupid books just to feel superior.

Our teachers are no more effective or productive for having read this book or trying to drill it into my kids. By forgetting about the time and shimming the door knob that has been bothering me for weeks, and then remembering that it is time to pick up my child from school, he learns independence and I can cross the darn rattling doorknob off my to do list.

The syntax was chosen to impress rather than flow. I’m going to have to borrow a sentence from someone else’s review as it was perfect: It is so repetitive and ve author just gives all these ridiculous, impossible analogies that you’re supposed to relate to or learn something from.

Their advice is similar to banking industry – let’s create hundred of funds, 80 percent of them die in 5 years and then after those five years we show remaining best as representations of great skill. I can’t find the definitions to what the 4 freedoms even mean. It’s just that the information it attempts to teach I don’t dislike books often and I don’t read self help often. I am enjoying writing this, especially since I have company coming in a few moments and scads of things to do before they get here.


Arnaud Klensy rated it really liked it May 18, His opinion was that it was literally life altering. How to be effective? They are actually teaching these principles at the school where I work and my kids come home with these little platitudes every week. I would skip this one, but if you are deep into reading popular psychology I suppose you might see this one referenced to bits and get the urge to check it out anyway, like I did.

No trivia or quizzes yet. Put First Things First, 4.

This is my husband’s favorite book. I am sure it is a fine book for some people. On a more serious note – clearly se book hasn’t aged too well.

Les 7 Habitudes Des Gens Très Efficaces: Snapshots Edition by Stephen R. Covey

Basically just ignoring everything else his book discusses because why bother being a good person and practicing these habits if you don’t believe in God?

Reading this book was hard. He left a positive mark and this needs to be appreciated. Open Preview See a Problem? Andriantsoa marked it as to-read Feb 12, It is full of boring anecdotes that are all so predictable because they all end up validating whatever point the author is currently making.