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7 Habits of Highly Effective Teens

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Anissa Boissiere

on 24 April 2014

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Transcript of 7 Habits of Highly Effective Teens

7 habits of Highly Effective teens
What is it?
"Think win-win"
Its important to think win win because it allows you and the other person both gain from the situation
It is the philosophy of both sides, of a situation, gaining or coming into an agreement...instead of having one side lose or both sides losing
Four Examples of using win-win in life
To support the research behind Habit 4; the author, Sean Covey, shares a personal experience about attending a business school that used a "forced curve" technique for grading students. This enforced competition and negativity within all of the students, thus producing the top 3 negative thoughts: Win- Lose, Lose-Lose, and Lose-Win.
Scenario #2
Scenario #1
You and your friend are fighting over who gets the last scoop of ice cream.

What would be the win win situation in this argument?
you and a friend are dancing like its 1999 and you wanna dance to brass monkey while they wanna to dance to super bass
Scenario #3
Scenario #4
What would be the win win situation in this argument?
You get is a fight with BFFL over locker space
What would be the win win situation in this argument?
Think About Others
Look at the Pros
you want to sell stuff in a fundraiser and your friend is
competing for sales
What would be the win win situation in this argument?
Consider the other person's feelings
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