aimx13's review against another edition

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informative medium-paced

3.25

nickjonesreadsbooks's review against another edition

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4.0

I found the concepts in this book to be great. I can see why this book is a classic. Where I think this book suffers is in it's lack of pithy phrases. It reads like a clinician or an engineer wrote it. So no matter how many times Covey used the concept of P/PC, I could never remember what it stood for (Production/Production Capability). Other than that--great book!

brentmayberry's review

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5.0

An all-time classic. Everyone, literally everyone, should read this book and apply its advice.

dfmarsh's review against another edition

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informative reflective slow-paced

1.0

aliwcamp's review

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5.0

This book could my bible. It's one to return to over and over again.

arunaugustine's review

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4.0

Amazing book: one that needs to be re-read a couple of times.

marisbest2's review against another edition

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4.0

This was interesting. Standard self help fare but its actually much better than I expected it to be. Standard pluses and minuses of a self help mentality. Fun unironic use of "synergy". Worth a listen

morganmou's review

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3.0

A little outdated at the time I read it, information most of us heard growing up, but nuggets of gold along the way

charlie_miller's review

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4.0

Mercifully short heavily abridged version- got the memo, cheers. The 8th habit is basically just a massive late life crisis thing from the author decreeing that everyone has to be in some way exceptional. All good stuff nonetheless

robmingione's review

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4.0

Lots of interesting ideas, good read for self reflection