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Copy of 7 Habits

Seven Habits of Highly Effective Teens: Habit 2 Begin with the end in mind
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Who am I?

I am your constant companion. I am
your greatest helper or heaviest burden.
I will push you onward or drag you down
to failure. I am completely at your command.
Half the things you do you might just as
well turn over to me I I will be able to do
them quickly and correctly. Who am I? (continued)

I am easily managed - you must merely
be firm with me. Show me exactly how you
want something done and after a few
lessons I will do it automatically. I am the
servent of all great individuals and, alas, of
all failures as well. Those who re great, I
have made great. Those who are failures,
I have made failures. Who am I? (continued)

I am not a machine, though I work
with all the precision of a machine plus
the inteligence of a human. You may run
me for a profit or run me for ruin -- it
makes no difference to me.

Take me, train me, be firmm with me,
and I will place the world at your feet. Be
easy with me and I will destroy you. Who am I? Be Proactive

Begin with the end in mind


Put the first things first

Think win-win

Seek first to understand, then to be understood

Synergize

Sharpen the saw I am
HABIT. Personal Mission Statements Take responsibility for yourself make decisions for yourself before someone
(or something)
else makes them for you. Do you want to go to college? Should you try out for the team? Will you do drugs? Will you have sex before getting married? Will you be a teenage parent? Will you join a gang? What kind of relationships will you have with your family? How will you contribute to your community? What will you stand for? I WILL
First and foremost, I will remain faithful
always to my God.
I will not underestimate the power of family unity.
I will not neglect a true friend, but I will set aside
time for myself as well.
I will cross my bridges as I come to them
(divide and conquer).
I will begin all challenges with optimism,
rather than doubt.
I will always maintain a positive self-image
and high self-esteem, knowing that all my intentions begin
with self-evaluation LIVE BY

I will live by my own policies.
I will sleep with a clear conscience.
I will sleep in peace. Relegion
Education
Succeding
Productive
Exercise
Caring
Truthful I WILL
Have Confidence in yourself and everyone else around you.
Be kind, courteous, and respectful to all people.
Set reachable goals.
Never lose sight of these goals.
Never take the simple things in life for granted.
Appreciate other people's differences and see their differeneces as a great advantage.
Ask questions.
Strive each day to reach interdependence.
Remember that before you can change someone else, you must first change yourself.
Speak with your actions, not with your words.
Make the time to help those less fortunate than yourself of those who are having a bad day.
Read the 7 Habits every day.

Read this mission statement every day. The Watch-Outs #1 Negative Labels #2 "It's all over" syndrome #3 Wrong Wall Don't let the names other people use limit your goals and your dreams. Past mistakes don't seal your fate. You can always start over and try again. Is your goal something that is worth all your efforts? Baby Steps Time Goal Cost My team 1 year 5 years 10 years Homework
find the people you named to your team and tell them your goal, the expected cost, and in what ways you'll need their help
read your mission statement every moring for one week
after the week, think about your goals and the costs
add to or modify your goals based on if they are what you really want from your life You The 7 Habits of
Highly Effective
Teens DCJPO
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