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Student 1 reply WK f1m2 inds 400
The habit is to learned the behavior that become nearly or completely. You might got up early from force of the habit. Habit is a something you do often in your regularly time. You always take a show and automatically go brush you teeth after you finishing to eating your breakfast, and it is a part of your morning routine. Action of the habit is about someone who has repeatedly and it is difficult to stop doing. Also, habit is healthy and unhealthy.
Jim Collins said when he was met with Stephen Covey in 2001, and he said he was asked Covey if he can meeting and they can talk about the ideas. Jim said that after he was greeting Stephen Covey and he was felt Covey handshake like a leather of the softball glove that he has been worn many times. Jim said they were entered into the conversation as it take them to two hours. Covey was started to asked questions during their meeting. Jim said that Stephen was asked a lot of questions. He said it was one of the influential thinkers when he was talked to the master teacher. Truly, it is good to from from someone who had a great knowledge about anythings. Jim said he was wanted to learn from someone about 25 years ago during his junior year. He said when conversation was opened and it was a great opportunity for him to be excrcise his own practice. Jim was enjoyable to have a conversation with Stephen Covey, becaues he was a great master of writing. Covey was spent more times three decades to studying, practicing, and teaching. Jim said that he was southt to teach the principles. Covey was a great master to influence the people for the way to be achievement their goals.
Student 2 reply KW
In The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People, the author makes many good points and suggestions that are designed to help someone organize their habits and approaches to daily life that are intended to improve multiple areas of life (Covey, 1989). The argument can be made that the points and suggestions given are consistent with a Christian world view. A specific point that Covey makes is that “Between stimulus and response, man has the freedom to choose” (Covey, 1989, p.77). Even though people cannot always control situations that occur outside of the personal being, the freedom to respond in a particular way to those situations exists and is completely up to the person. There are several bible passages that call for Christians to respond in specific ways to outside events or people. In Proverbs there is a great deal said about having wisdom in response to others in the world. It says to “not let kindness and truth leave you…so you will find favor and good repute in the sight of God and man” (Proverbs 3:3-4, NASB). It does not say that it is okay to put a pause on kindness and truth depending on the situation. This would indicate that Christians are expected to respond a certain way no matter what the circumstances are. Jesus instructs his disciples by saying, “These things I have spoken to you, so that in Me you may have peace. In the world you have tribulation, but take courage; I have overcome the world” (John 16:33, NASB). It is explained that Christians are going to have problems and face trials, but they are to approach the world with courage, and feel peace in the comfort of knowing that God is in control. Just as Covey and the bible explain, people have the freedom to approach the world and all situations with the response of their choice. For a Christian, this idea of controlling responses to situations in a biblical way, can only lead to strengthened courage and peace. When the choice is made to respond positively in all situations, growth and improvement are the most likely results.
Covey, Stephen. (1989). The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People. London. UK: Simon & Schuster.
New American Standard Bible. (1995). The Lockman Foundation.