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Habit 3 Prezi
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The Quadrants in this order are: The Procrastinator, The Prioritizer, The Yes- Man, and The Slacker. The Procrastinator:
Waits until the last minute to get things done.
works with things that are urgent and important
Plans, Goal sets, and gets their most important things done beforehand
Works with important, but not urgent things The Yes man:
Lets everything and everyone use up their time except themselves, no matter how much they need it.
works with things that are urgent, but not important THe Slacker:
is excessively and unhealthily lazy
works with things that are not important and not urgent 3 Steps to move into the prioritizer quadrant...
1. Indentify Your Big rocks
2. Block out time for your big rocks
3. Schedule Everything else In conclusion, survey shows that Habit three is the most difficult habit to live. This is because the key ingedient is discipline. BY starting with the baby steps, soon you too will obtain the ability to put first things first. Putting First Things First means to prioritixe and manage your time wisely. It's also learning to overcome fear and peer pressure. In the analogy created by Covey, Big rocks are like minigoals that should be tied into your mission statement and longer- term goals. Pebbles, or little rocks represent all of the little everyday things that suck up your time. Meet me Halfway
You're only half way through with this chapter. The other half talks about learning to overcome fear and peer pressure. First, let's take a look at the Courage and Comfort zone Diagram... Never let your fears make your decisions:
What this mean is never make a decision based of fear. If you do, you could have missed out on an opportunity to try something new, which you might even end up being passionate about. Overcoming Peer Pressure...
Once you are sure of all your values, missions, and goals, you will know what things you should or shouldn't partake in. The problem with this is that sometimes we don't have enough willpower to stand up to our friends and do what we know is right for us. But once we do this, others too will hop on the bandwagon because they know the right thing to do as well.