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The 7 Habits of Highly Effective Teens

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Saige Lowe

on 28 March 2014

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The 7 Habits of Highly Effective Teens
Be Proactive
Take responsibility for your life.
Private Victory
Accomplishing your personal goals and making yourself a better person.
Begin with the
End in Mind
We are being proactive by taking different responsibilities for this project to get it done.
We are beginning with the end in mind because we came up with a plan to complete this project.
Define your missions and goals in life.
Put First
Things First
Prioritize, and do the most important things first.
We did the most important parts of the project first and got things done faster.
Think Win-Win
Have an everyone-can-win attitude.
Seek First to Understand,
Then Be Understoood
Listen to people sincerely.
We listened to everyone's ideas and incorperated them.
Work together to achieve more.
Our group worked
together to complete this prezi.
Sharpen the Saw
Renew yourself regularly.
We all cooperated and didn't leave anyone out.
Public Victory
Accomplishing goals with others.
Personal Bank Account
Doing good things for yourself (making deposits) makes you a better person. Doing bad things for yourself (making withdrawals) can make you a bad person.
Relationship Bank Account
Doing good things for others (deposits) makes you a better person. Doing bad things to others (withdrawals) can make you a bad person.
The Physical Dimension
Exercise, eat healthy, sleep well, relax.
The Mental Dimension
Read, educate, write, learn new skills.
Build relationships, give service, laugh.
The Emotional Dimension
The Spiritual Dimension
Meditate, keep a journal, pray, take it quality media.
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