Thursday, April 19, 2012


These 3 days, I'm attending a training class offered by the company which is named "7 habits of highly effective people".

Before joining this class, had been hearing plenty of people says that, this is a very interesting and great class. No doubt, it's a quite interesting class, at least for me, hehe!

Erm, basically it's more to a theoretically class rather than a practical class that teaches techniques and skills.
Yet, surprisingly, it's not that dull and bored as other theoretically classes that I have attended before :)
This class urge or encourage you to think more.

The most significant thing/lesson that I have learnt or realised within these first two days (tomorrow will be the last day of the class) is "Paradigm".
So, what is paradigm?
Paradigm is the way that how you interpret thing, it's like a window that you look through to see the outside world.
In most of the situations, we have the freedom to make choices.
Depends on your paradigm, you will see different things and you will take different actions and you will get different results.
Hence, it's all starting from your paradigm. :)

Change your paradigm, you have the freedom to choose the colors of your skies and you can decide how's your environment is. ♥

Till then. ♥♥


  1. by Dr. stephen covey?
    he just published his new book, the 3rd alternative!!

  2. "freedom to choose the color of ur skies"... ^^ it sound interesting to me, especially at this particular moments.

  3. 蓝天, exactly :)) really? For current stage, I'm planning to adopt te 7 habits first, haha! If you have read the new book, pls feedback to me ^^

    alice, yes, you have that freedom for sure :) Pause and think ~

  4. u are so luck!!!! the 1st book is 7 habits, 2nd is the 8th habit..the newest is the 3rd book..he talented in making $$..==

  5. OMG covey again, i have this in thinking skill class

  6. 蓝天, yaya, I also felt I'm very lucky to have this opportunity to attend this class although not be conducted by himself la, hehe!

    恺顼 , his class is interesting :)