$49 for “The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People” Jumpstart Online Self-Improvement Workshop ($149 Value)

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22 courses teach viewers to adopt effective habits at their own pace; learn communication and relationship skills and build confidence

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$49 for The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People Jumpstart Online Self-Improvement Workshop ($149 Value)

The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People Jumpstart on-demand catalog includes 22 online courses that users can take at their own pace. Based on the book by renowned author Stephen R. Covey, the lessons teach users to be proactive and to live confidently in a more fulfilling manner. The courses feature videos with Covey and content from the book to help users with everything from building a personal mission statement to forming foundations for improved relationship skills. The online courses are also designed to teach users planning skills to set and achieve goals in less time with less hassle.

FranklinCovey

FranklinCovey—a company that focuses on improving performance through changes in human behavior—is the product of a 1997 convergence of two different lines of thought regarding time management—Hyrum Smith’s Franklin Day Planners and the philosophy behind Stephen Covey’s The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People. FranklinCovey has been expanding its multidisciplinary approach ever since then to generate new modes of thinking about the meaning and nature of effectiveness. Nowadays, this approach includes their On Demand interactive online courses, live workshops, and the same books that brought them recognition in the first place. The philosophies guiding these products has also expanded from the core imperatives of Stephen’s 7 Habits to include trust-building concepts from The Speed of Trust by Stephen’s son, Stephen M. R. Covey.