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The Seven Habits of Highly Effective People A junior manager is exposed to many new experiences and situations in which his decisions are very important to the company that he is working In order to be a effective worker he as to open himself to new ideas and adopt a new way of thinking According to The Seven Habits of Highly Effective People This new level of thinking principle based and character based called the inside-out approach When using the inside out approach you look at issues by starting with the inside part of yourself Which are your paradigms character and motives In my opinion this is a basic belief in yourself When Covey talks about private victories are more important than public victories I feel that is very true and mainly because you dont have to prove yourself to anyone if you already know it yourself other people will recognize your self-confidence and respect and admire that characteristic about you Its a belief in yourself you know you can do it and youre the most important person that it matters to When you know who your are and what you are honest with yourself about what you are capable of doing It is a personal victory which builds your self-esteem which in turn makes you a more effective worker This will also be reflected from you to your employees You will be able to make them feel important because you feel important to yourself and they will also be better employees in a sense that they are happy I feel that this approach is very important because when you start with yourself your goals will be successful As long as you belief in your goal and know what you want you have it in yourself to make it happen When facing a problem you also have to change the way you perceive the problem When you look at it basically anyone
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