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The Emotional Bank Account

A leader in me lesson
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justin jensen

on 27 January 2011

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Transcript of The Emotional Bank Account

The Emotional Bank Account Life is all about Relationships Each time you interact with someone, you have an affect on your relationship with them. Rate Yourself Friends? On a Scale of 1 - 5 . . . Siblings? Parents? Family? Teachers? Now that we've learned about Habits 1, 2, and 3 we have mastered the Private Victory. It's time to take those skills and apply them in the world around us! Who You Are. . . So is this anything like my Checking Account? Well, no. Speaks so loudly I can't hear What you're saying If your relationships are suffering you should probably start with fixing yourself! 1. You have a relationship with EVERYONE you meet 2. Once you open an Emotional Bank Account, you can never close it. You are always making deposits or withdrawals. 3. Deposits can evaporate and withdrawals can turn to stone. To keep it up, you must make little deposits often. Ways to Make Deposits Keep Promises

Do Random Acts of Kindness

Be Loyal

Listen

Say "Sorry"

Set Clear Expectations Ever been to? LIED This is one of the most serious Withdrawals on an Emotional Bank Account. Breaking a promise is one form of Lying. When you lie, it is very difficult to reestablish trust with the person you lied to. This would be an example of a withdrawal, turned to stone. In contrast, Have you been given a compliment recently? Random, small acts of kindness can make a whole day better. Michelle has a really nice smile. Brandi is doing a great job making sure our classroom is staying oranized. I appreciate the happiness that Faith has every morning when she greets our class. I'm proud of all of you for your effort on the AZELLA test today. Those thoughts took seconds to tell you. How did they make you feel? One kind word can three winter months warm Thanks Everything you do has
an on the world impact Say sorry! Saying sorry when you mess up can quickly fix an overdrawn bank account It's hard to admit when you're wrong, But, as we learned in Habit 1 (Be Proactive) it's important to be responsible for your actions! SORRY Can be used . . . After a yelling match If you overreact To make up for stupid mistakes When you hurt someone physically or emotionally Don't be too proud to admit you were wrong. Telling a friend you're sorry can smooth out arguments.
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