The Seven Habits of Highly Effective People is a bestselling book written by Stephen Covey. It was first published in 1989, and since then has sold over 15 million copies in 38 languages. In 2004 it was ranked number one of the 100 Best Spiritual Books of the 20th Century by a study conducted for USA Today and Gallup. Seven Habits of Highly Effective People is a self-help book that teaches readers to “live with an eternal perspective” and gives them seven keys which they can use to transform their lives.
Productivity is a goal that many of us struggle with: we want to be more productive but don’t know how. The good news is that it doesn’t take much to boost your productivity and make life easier. All you need are some simple habits that can be easily incorporated into your daily routine. So read on for seven habits that will help you get more done in less time!
Habits can increase productivity and make life easier. They’re automatic, and thus don’t require any effort from you. They also get your body used to doing something that will save you time so you can focus on other things. For example, if you form the habit of getting out of bed in the morning, then walking over to the coffee maker and making yourself some coffee instead of waking up groggy, your body will be conditioned for it so that when it comes time for bed again at night (and this is important), it will automatically want coffee again (it’s called habituation). That said, habits can be broken easily as well—if someone slips up once or twice then they might end up back at square one trying to build their habit again. That’s why consistency is key when forming new habits! In order for us humans not only survive but thrive throughout our lives there was no choice but develop patterns of behavior which became ingrained into us through repetition until eventually these patterns become what we call ‘habits‘.
The main takeaway here is that it’s important to have good productivity habits. These habits can range from simple things like getting enough sleep and taking breaks, to more complicated things like analyzing your work schedule and setting goals. They all help you be a more productive person in the end!