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Copy of Habit 4: Think win-win

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By: Brie, Taylor, Brooke, and Morgan. Habit 4: Think win-win Positive look on life
The foundation for getting along with people
A mental frame of mind that says we both can win
It states that life isn't all about competition and getting ahead Habit 4 is... "Win-lose says the pie of success is only so big and if you get a big piece there will be less for me"
~The seven Habits of Highly Effective Teens

The best way to describe win-lose is competitive.
Win-lose is refereed to as the totem pole syndrome
When you're thinking Win-lose your 1st priority it is to win and have everything your way
Its normal to think win-lose, it's how we've been taught growing up WIN-LOSE Signs of Win-Lose - using other people emotionally or physically for own good
- trying to get ahead at the price of others
-spreading rumors to help yourself
-always insisting on getting your way no matter if it will harm someone else
becoming jealous Share with your pod about a time when you had a Win-Lose mentality. How did you feel about it? Would you do things differently now? -Lose-win is known as the doormat
Lose-win is when...
- you always give in
-set low expectations
-compromise your standards for others
-Never taking a stand
-Never sharing your opinion Lose-win Win-Lose Activity Lose-Win Some examples of Lose-Win:
When you give in to peer pressure
Abusive relationships
When you do everything your parents want instead of what you want It's okay to adopt Lose-Win When:
Things aren't important to you like
Fighting over shotgun with your brother/sister
OR
Fighting over what to make for dinner Lose-Win Write about an experience where you practiced lose-win or someone acted in a lose-win way toward you.
How did you feel?

Share with pod members Lose-Win Activity " If I'm going down, then your going down with me."
-The Seven Habits of Highly effective Teens

Lose-lose is known as the downward spiral
In Lose-lose both people want to win really badly but in the end their drive to win back fires and they both end up losing
Lose-lose shows the bad side of people
Always results in a downward spiral, causing everyone to lose Lose-Lose Lose-lose can occurs usually:
when two win-lose people come together.
when someone becomes obsessed with another person in a negative way. Lose-lose War
- The winner is who ever kills the most people. No one really wins, really. It's ultimately just a loss of life.
Revenge
-you might think you're winning by taking revenge but really you're hurting yourself. Lose-lose examples: List some lose-lose examples from history or current news events, with your pod.
Be prepared to share!!! Lose-lose Activity Win-win is:
The belief that everyone can win
It is often refereed to as an-all-you-can-eat-buffet.
Win-win is nice and tough at the same time
When you think win-win you want other people to succeed just as much as you want yourself to Win-win Your best friend has been accepted to the college you wanted to go to. But you weren't accepted. Although you feel mad and frustrated about your situation, you’re genuinely happy for your friend.
You want to go out to dinner but your friend wants to see a movie so you decide to rent a movie and pick up food to eat at home. Win-win examples: Write your definition of win-win thinking. Use examples from your life. Be ready to share! Win-win Activity You must first win the private victory then avoid the tumor twins. How Can You start Thinking Win-win? It all starts with you
You need to pay the price, to accomplish the private victory
Take responsibility of your life
Put a plan in place How to win the Private Victory These are two habits that have the same qualities as tumors.
Called competing and comparing.
You can't think win-win with these around. The Tumor Twins Competition can be healthy, but there is another side that isn't so nice.
Competition is dark when it's tied with self worth.
" Two worst traits an athlete can have are the fear of failure and an inordinate desire to win"
--- coach
The bad side of competition will leave you feeling terrible inside. Competing Comparing yourself to other people is never a good idea.
Everyone is different , and everyone has their own course designed for them. So what does it matter what your peers are doing?
Don't build your life based on what other people are doing.
If you must compare yourself to someone. compare yourself to your own potential. Comparing 1) If you play sports, show sportsmanship.

2) Play a board, card or computer game without caring if you lose. Do it just for fun.

3) Think about your general attitude towards life. Is based on Win-Lose, Lose-Win, Lose-Lose, or Win-Win thinking. How is that affecting your life? Baby Steps to Habit Four. The End! “Win-win is a belief that everyone can win. You care about other people and you want them to succeed, but you want to succeed as well. It is the belief that there’s plenty of success to go around. It’s not a matter who gets the biggest piece of pie. There’s more than enough for everyone. It’s an all-you-can-eat-buffet.”
--- The 7 Habits of Highly Effective Teens
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