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7 Habits of Highly Effective Teens

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Ingrid Rodriguez

on 29 May 2013

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The 7 Habits of Highly Effective Teens By: Ingrid Rodriguez What are the 7 Habits? But first... Build Your Accounts Habit 2: Begin with the End in Mind Habit 3: Put First Things First Habit 1: Be Proactive Habit 5: Seek First to Understand,
Then to Be Understood These habits are specifically designed to help us, teens, get control of our lives and make the most out of it. There are two types of accounts: Personal and Relationships. Like in real bank accounts, you have to make deposits for the account to grow. In order to improve your accounts with others, you have to build an account with yourself. "I am the force. I am in the driver's seat of my destiny, not just a passenger." "Control your own destiny or someone else will." "Listen first, talk second." 7 Habits of Highly Effective Teens Habit 1: Be Proactive
Habit 2: Begin with the End in Mind
Habit 3: Put First Things First
Habit 4: Think Win-WIn
Habit 5: Seek First to Understand,
Then to Be Understood
Habit 6: Synergize
Habit 7: Sharpen the Saw A paradigm is the way you look at something - your point of view. We all have paradigms about ourselves, others and life. In order to be able to commit to theses 7 habits, you have to have a paradigm shift. How? Well let's talk about centers and principles. Principles are what you believe in and they play a big role in who you are. Honesty, service, and loyalty are examples of principles. For example, if you're a constant trash-talker, try being loyal to a person or group of friends for a change. Stick to good principles and your paradigms will begin to shift. You will feel better about yourself and your surroundings. Your Personal Bank Account (PBA) is all about yourself. How much trust and confidence do you have in yourself? For instance, by sticking to commitments you improve your PBA and by breaking promises you worsen it. Healthy PBA Poor PBA You stand up for yourself

You trust yourself

You are goal driven

Popularity isn't a major concern

Another's success doesn't invoke jealousy You fall into peer pressure easily

You struggle with depression

What others think concerns you too much

You self - destruct**

Your easily get jealous Your Relationships Bank Account (RBA) is all about your relationship with others like your parents, your siblings, and your friends. The only way you can keep these accounts healthy is by being okay with yourself because relationships with others are based on who you are. Building your RBA:
Keep promises
Little things !*
Be loyal
Listen
Apologize Now for the good stuff :) Being proactive is basically about you being the one who's in control of your life. You can't control what happens, but you can control how you respond to it. Sometimes things don't go as planned, but can't freak out or blow everyone off. You just have to smile and respond positively. "Turn setbacks in triumphs." Habit 2 is all about setting goals and coming up with a clear picture of what you want to be doing in the future. Not necessarily what career you want or who your soul mate will be, but choosing what road you want to travel and planning to stick to it. For example, if your goal for the upcoming year is to be an all A student...set up a plan and stick to it! Attend tutorials, get extra help, STUDY. That's what Habit 2 is about. Video Here Will - Power & Won't - Power PRIORITIZE!! 2 important things: Will-Power and Won't-Power. Centers are the things your life revolves around. Friends, school or boyfriends and girlfriends are examples of bad centers. They take control of your life and if something goes wrong with, they can ruin your day or affect you in the long run. Paradigms, Centers & Principles Habit 4: Think Win - Win "Life is an All-You-Can-Eat Buffet"

Win-Lose
- You're better than everybody so
things ALWAYS have to go your way.
Lose-Win
- You let people walk all over you
because you'd rather not argue
Lose-Lose
- If you don't get what you want,
neither will anybody else. Win-Win
- You have a positive frame of mind in which everybody wins. Negative Mindsets Ideal Mindset We all want to be understood, it's a basic human need. However, we sometimes have to put our needs aside and be that listening ear that someone else needs. The problem is that sometimes, we really stink at that job.

Ways to become a better listener:
Listen with your heart, eyes, and ears
Stand in their shoes
Practice mirroring. Habit 6: Synergize The "High" Way Habit 6 is like Habit 4 on steroids. It's not just win-win, it's finding the higher way. What does that mean? You celebrate diversity and take advantage of the fact that people that think differently are stronger than people that think alike. When faced with a problem, you put your ideas together and find the BEST creative solution. Habit Seven: Sharpen The Saw It's "Me Time." Habit 7 is all about caring for your mind, body and soul. In order to have a healthy, well balanced lifestyle and state of mind, you have to make sure that not only you're exercising your mind, but your body as well.
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