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Stephen R. Covey

The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People

Nonfiction | Book | Adult | Published in 1989

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1. Which of the following is a time-management quadrant?

A) Not relevant and not urgent

B) Not necessary and unimportant

C) Important and urgent

D) Critical and not urgent

2. What does synergistic communication mean?

A) Everybody takes a turn speaking.

B) Nobody speaks and everyone meditates.

C) The coach invites feedback from everyone.

D) One individual speaks and others share.

3. What is the best way to solve a problem?

A) Through character improvement

B) By modifying some external condition

C) By refusing to quit

D) Through positive thinking

4. Which limiting condition(s) does the author agree can stop our progress?

A) Genetic

B) Environmental

C) Both of the above

D) Neither of the above

5. Which of the following correlates to Covey’s maturity continuum?

A) Independence to dependence

B) Dependence to interdependence

C) Interdependence to independence

D) None of the above

6). Which of the following does not represent one of the four dimensions of human nature?

A) Physical

B) Spiritual

C) Psychological

D) Mental

7. Which event does Covey advise the reader to imagine attending when contemplating goals?

A) Their funeral

B) Their graduation

C)  A banquet honoring their achievements

D) Their wedding

8. In the final chapter, which of the following does Covey advise the reader to become?

A) A counselor

B) A change agent

C) A stabilizing influence

D) A transition person

9. When your goal is to understand someone else, which of the following should you practice?