Successful Habits Tip: When they can, Daugs' clients try to minimize the taxes they pay. This includes finding some element of tax savings in everything from retirement plan investments, to home mortgage interest, charitable contributions, college funding and health savings accounts. (cnbc.com)
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The 7 habits of highly effective people summary:
This book, the 7 habits of highly effective people by Stephen Covey, has touched millions of people's lives – it's one of, if not THE, most well know success books out there. There are literally 1000's of success books out there, so why should this one be any different? Stephen Covey researched the last 200 years of success literature and found something interesting.. In the last 50 years, most of the books have been focused on the personality ethic – Things like public image, how you dress, how you perform in social interactions, positive mental attitude, skills and techniques to get people to behave in certain ways. These books focus on how to appear rather than how to actually be.
The 7 habits of highly effective people takes an inside out approach – it focuses on the character ethic rather than the personality ethic.
1 – be proactive
2 – begin with the end in mind
3 – put first things first
4 – think win win
5 – seek first to understand then to be understood
6 – synergy
7 – sharpen the saw
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