Steve Covey wrote 7 Habits of Highly Effective People. It has sold millions of copies and been read by a bunch of them, but only a handful have actually adopted the habits. Wonder why?
Because it isn't as easy as it sounds.
Benjamin Franklin worked on each habit a month at a time and at the end of his life had mastered most of them. You just don't do it in a few weeks, and certainly not by reading a book.
If you want to be better off tomorrow than you are today, you have to be a better person. A more effective person. But how?
I've worked at it for most of my 80 years, and like Franklin I've mastered many, but not all of the practices that go into being a highly effective individual.
I've been teaching them to others, partly because the best way to master skills is to teach them, but mostly because that's what I set out to do in 1981, when I founded the Lewis Institute. I actually called it Effective Human Performance.
My course How to Be a Highly Effective Person is a winner. You can find it on my online learning campus at https://lewisinstitutelearning.com and it includes six months of group coaching, to ensure that you actually get results, so it's not just another training program that you will abandon before you complete it. Our completion rate for our courses is 99 percent. Most online programs are only 16 percent. That says something.
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Hi. I'm Dr. Jim Lewis, founder of the Lewis Institute.
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