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The 7 habits of highly effective teens
Transcript of The 7 habits of highly effective teens
Be strong in the hard moments
A hard moment is a conflict between doing the right thing and doing the easier thing.
Balance Between the Two
Much of our time should be spent in comfort zone
Wrong to never venture into courage zone
Letting it go to waste, life is boring
The Comfort Zone
Things you are familiar with
Does not require any stretching
We feel safe and secure
Things you are accustomed to
The Courage Zone
Making new friends, speaking before a large crowd, sticking up for your values
Everything that makes us feel uncomfortable
Uncertainty, pressure, change, possibility of failure
Place for opportunity, where to reach your full potential, definitely not in comfort zone
Overcoming peer pressure
Some of the hardest moments come when facing peer pressure,saying no when all your friends are saying yes takes courage !
Diagram of the Circle
Winning means rising each time you fail
sometimes its okay to feel fear
there is a saying, "feel the fear and do it anyway".
overcoming fear is to keep is to keep this thought always in the back of your head
trying is way better than not trying because you're afraid of failing
DID YOU KNOW!?
- Micheal Jordan was cut from his high school basketball team when he was a sophomore
-Albert Einstein didn't talk until he was four
small conflicts are daily small things like not finishing your homework and not eating breakfast in the morning
big conflicts are things that don't really happen everyday like car crashes, negative peer pressure and choosing good friends
when you are in a hard moment don't sacrifice your future happiness for one night of pleasure
you shouldn't have a weekend of excitement, or a thrilling moment of revenge if its going to be bad for you in the long term
Put first things first !
sometimes peer pressure can be so strong that the only way to resist it is to remove yourself entirely from the environment you're in.
to overcome peer pressure your opinion about yourself matters more than what others think
Never Let Your Fear Make Decisions
Worst emotion is fear
Try something new
Never let your fears make your decisions
You make them
Things are important
That is why we have trouble doing them
The place we want to be
Makes sure first things come first and
Last goes last
Important, not urgent
Things we neglect because they are not urgent
Easier to something that demands completion
Essay due in a week, essay due tomorrow
Prioritizer starts early, never waits till last minute
Your friend asks you to go to a party, but you have a bunch of homework
You are in the middle of a movie, you realize you need to get to bed early to prepare for test tomorrow
Your teacher announces that the test will be 1 week from today
Results of Living in Q2
You gain control of your life
You balance the activities in your life
You can attain a higher performance in life
You’ll need to rearrange some big rocks and pebbles
Try to follow your plan, if not no big deal
Point is: simple act of planning ahead will help you accomplish more
The Other Half
Not just time management
Overcoming fear and peer pressure
How to deal with these adversities
Difficult to stay true to your values and standards, peer pressure
The Common Ingredient of Success
Putting things first things takes discipline. It takes discipline to do various of things.
to overcome your fears
to manage your time
to be strong in the hard moments
to resist peer pressure
A Final Word
Thousands of people were surveyed on the 7 Habits and the hardest one to live is Habit 3!
Enjoy your teen years, it has exciting moments in it. So value each moment, as this poem relates to it:
To realize the value of One Year,
Ask a student who failed his or her AP exams.
To realize the value of One Month,
Ask a mother who gave birth to a premature baby.
To realize the value of One Week,
Ask an editor of a weekly magazine.
To realize the value of One Hour,
Ask the lovers who are waiting to meet.
To realize the value of One Minute,
Ask a person who missed their train.
To realize the value of One Seond,
Ask the person who survived an accidnet.
To realize the value of One Millisecond,
Ask the person who won a silver medal in the Olympics.