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The Seven Habits of Highly Effective People
Transcript of The Seven Habits of Highly Effective People
Begin With the
End in Mind!
Put First Things First
Seek First to Understand, Then to Be Understood
"Sharpen the Saw"
Circle of Concern
State of Health
Problems at Work
Four characteristics separate humans from animals
Mental & Spiritual Creation
want, and how
Self Awareness, Imagination, Conscience & Will
Time Management Matrix: Four Quadrants
Urgent & Important Affairs
The heart of effective personal management
Important, but not urgent matters
"We must act to seize opportunity, to make things happen."
We become quadrant II persons by learning to say "no" by defining our roles in life, and by deciding what we want to accomplish in each of these roles."
Urgent, but not important
Not important, and not urgent
Thought of to be "escape" routes in life
Preserving, renewing and enhancing the greatest asset you have, YOU!
Caring effectively for your body!
Eating the right foods
Direction in life
Sleep & rest
Central to life-long development
Centers on principles of interpersonal leadership, empathic communication,
and creative cooperation
The inside-out, upward
spiral, self-renewal concepts of
the seven habits revolve around
being self-aware. Knowing ourselves
can give higher purposes and
principles to live by. Developing these
seven habits wont promise you that
you will make no more mistakes, but
they will promise a peaceful and
"Synergy" implies that the whole is greater than the sum of its parts
Synergistic Communication begins with the assumption that individuals with share insight and open their hearts & minds.
You've been having trouble
with your eyes, and you go to the eye doctors. After the doctor listens to what is going on, he takes his glasses off and says "I've been wearing these for years and they've never let me down, you have them."
Do you thank him
for his generosity?
We all have the tendency to rush into things, try to "fix things up" with our not so good, good advice
Fostering the habit of empathic listening
Making deposits in someone's "emotional bank account"
By: Kailyn Murphy
Frame of mind that constantly seeks mutual benefit
Win/Win focuses on the hypothesis that there is plenty for everyone and that ones success is not achieved at the expense or exclusion of another
Peace of mind
Proactive people focus their time and energy on the circle of influence, which contains the things we can control