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The Seven Habits of Highly effective teens

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The Seven Habits of Highly effective teens
Habit 3: put first things first
The time quadrants!
Step 1:
HOw to be a
prioritizer!!
Step 2:
The simple steps that could FOREVER change your life!

Step 3:
Quadrant 1: Procrastinators
Quadrant 3: The Yes-Man
QUADRANT 2: THE PRIORITIZER
THE RESULTS OF TOO MUCH TIME IN Q1...
Stress and anxiety
Feeling burnt out
Mediocre performance
The Procrastinator:
Addicted to urgency and doing things last minute.
Is always putting things off, letting them become a crises.
Her mind works better and
thrives when under pressure.
Results of spending too much time in q4:
Lack of responsibility.
the quadrant of excellence!!
makes sure that first things get done first.
plans ahead.
takes time to relax.
learned how to say no.
meet The YEs-man...
YES
YAS
OK
YAS!
identify your big rocks:
The slacker is...
Addicted to anything in excess (too much sleep, too much t.v. or too much Facebook, Snapchat, Twitter...)
Wastes time doing things
that are not urgent or important.
Quadrant 4:
the slacker
Tries to please other people by responding to other people's desires.
Has a hard time saying no to things that are important to other people because they don't want to offend them.
Suffers of FOMO ( Fear Of Missing Out).
They fear they miss out on something fun, so they want to do everything.
Caves to peer pressure.
Likes feeling popular.
sure!
Results of too much time in q3:
Feeling like a follower rather than a leader.
Lack of discipline.
Feeling like a doormat for others wipe their feet on.
Flakiness
Guilt
Missing out on adventures
the results of living in q2:
Control of your life.
Balance.
High performance.
~At the end or beginning of a week, think about what you want to accomplish for that week. These are mini-goals called, THA BIG ROCKS!! Think, "What are the most important things that I need to do this week?". It is easier to find the big rocks for a week by thinking about your roles in life. Such as, a student, friend, family member or whatever other important roles there are in your life.

Block out time for your big rocks:
~There is always a perfect time to do or start to do something important. Figure out the best time to start or do something and block out time for it. This way, there is a reservation for everything and anything important can be easily done.
Schedule everything else:
Once you have the big rocks done planed, schedule the rest of your little to-dos. These are the pebbles since they're not as big as the rocks but still important.
to help be a
prioritizer...
Courage Zone:
Comfort Zone:
Things we enjoy doing.
Relaxation.
Safety and security.
Freedom from risk.
Things we are accustomed to.
Things we are afraid of.
Hard moments.
Things we've never tried.
Unexplored territory.
Bravery.
Adventure.
Opportunity.
Things that are difficult.
Higher duty.
Getting out of our comfort zone:
While in our comfort zone, we feel like ourselves and are
completely safe and comfortable. It is good to spend much of
our time here but not ALL of the time. Even though getting out
of our comfort zone can be hard, it
is also important to reach our
full potential. Reaching our full
potential can not be done by spending
all of our time in the Comfort Zone. Getting out of our
Comfort Zone would also allow us to explore the
other Quadrants.
POTENTIAL
C
COMFORT COURAGE
never let your
fears make your decisions!
Fear is the main reason we a not able to accomplish a lot of things. It is important to act in the face of fear. It can be hard but its not impossible. Think of all of the heroic acts that have been accomplished by people who have acted in the face of fear.
Our doubts are traitors,
And make us lose the good we oft might win
By fearing to attempt
~Shakespeare
DO IT!
DO IT!
DO IT!!
DO IT!
DO IT
OVERCOMING PEER
PRESSURE:
Some of the hardest moments come when facing peer pressure. Saying no to things that other people (especially your friends) want you to say yes to takes courage, but makes you feel a lot better. Sometimes peer pressure is so bad that the only thing that can be done is remove yourself from the environment you are in. Removing yourself from an environment full of peer pressure would also lessen the time we spend in the Yes-Man Quadrant.
Habit 1 a was about being a driver not a passenger, Habit 2 was about deciding were you want to go and drawing a map to get there. Habit 3 is about getting there and not letting roadblocks knock you off course. Habit 3 consists mainly of The Time Quadrants.
The Time Quadrants are a model made to help
pack more for life.
the common
ingredient of success:
Vroom!!
Vroom!!
A study made by a man named Albert E. Gray, showed that the most successful people have one thing in common, they are willing to suck it up from time to time and do things they don't like doing. Like practicing for hours non-stop or having two jobs and school. Why do they do this? Because they know that it will help them reach success.
A FINAL WORD:
Out of the seven habits, habit #3 is the hardest. But that doesn't mean that it's not possible! It just means that you are going to struggle with it and probably want to give up! so start with baby steps!
By: Presila, Tiana and ruth.
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