15 Lessons we learn from 7 Habits of Highly effective people by Stephen R. covey.

Be Proactive: Take responsibility for your life and choices. Don't blame external circumstances for your situation.

Begin with the End in Mind: Define your values and goals clearly and live each day with purpose.

Put First Things First: Manage your time effectively and prioritize tasks based on importance, not urgency.

Think Win-Win: Seek mutually beneficial solutions in all interactions and relationships.

Seek First to Understand, Then to be Understood: Listen attentively and empathize with others before trying to express yourself.

Synergize: Value and leverage the diverse strengths and perspectives of others.

Sharpen the Saw: Continuously invest in your physical, mental, emotional, and spiritual well-being.

Maintain Emotional Independence: Don't base your self-worth on the opinions and actions of others.

Seek Continuous Improvement: Embrace lifelong learning and personal growth.

Private Victory Precedes Public Victory: Master your inner self and personal habits before seeking external success.

Understand the Six Basic Human Needs: Identify and fulfill the fundamental needs of yourself and others for security, love, belonging, self-esteem, contribution, and growth.

Seek Synergy in All Relationships: Collaborate effectively and create win-win solutions in all aspects of your life.

Emphasize Contribution: Focus on giving and serving others, rather than seeking personal gain.

Renew Your Commitments: Regularly revisit your personal values and goals and recommit to living a life of integrity.

Balance and Renewal: Maintain a healthy balance between the different areas of your life, including work, family, health, and personal growth.