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Habit 4 — Think Win/Win

Thinking “Win/Win” is the first of the habits that is designed to help students become leaders Win/Win is the habit of “mutual benefit”, and it should be the goal when we are interacting with any stakeholder Thinking Win/Win is only possible with people who possess “High Courage” and “High Consideration”

This is the fifth in a series of articles about how Dr. Stephen R. Covey’s landmark book, “The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People,” can be used to create powerful results in your contracting business.

Habit 4 is the first of what Dr. Covey called the “Public Victories.” While mastering Habits 1, 2 and 3 indicated mastery over self, thinking “Win/Win” is the first of the habits that is designed to help students become leaders in their commun

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