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Transcript of Think Win-Win
Think Win - Win
Win - Lose
"The Totem Pole"
Lose - Win
Lose - Lose
Win - Win
The totem pole is used to show the idea of stepping on other people to get to the top.
An attitude towards life
A state of mind
In order to win you need to think win-win.
effected largely by the attitude one has towards a given situation
What is it ?
What does it mean?
To not only think of what's happening at the moment,
But also consider the long term outcome.
“Whether you think you can, or you think you can't--you're right.”
Vice-Versa, think lose-lose and you'll lose.
Four Possible Outcomes In Real-life Situations:
"The Downward Spiral'
Lose-Lose says "If I'm going down, you're going down with me."
An example: revenge. You think you are winning because you get what you want, but you are really only hurting yourself.
"The all-you-can-eat Buffet"
Lose-Win looks nicer on the surface, but is just as dangerous as win-lose.
Example: Skipping School. Your group of friends wants you to but you don't want to. You give in just to fit in.
A win - win situation is when everyone wins somehow. Weather you win concretely, like winning a race, or win abstractly, like helping them win the race, everyone is satisfied.
"Choices in life"
Volunteering at OLP
Mini Cookies vs. Grapes
Characters: Bully, Jared, Narrator
Setting: Woodrow Wilson
In review Activity
We will give you a scenario and you must come up with a Win-Win, Lose-Lose, Win-Lose, and Lose-Win, possibility.
The scenario: On Monday your teacher gives you a lengthy assignment that will be due when you walk into class the following Monday. This gives you a week to complete the assignment. There are a lot of things going on in the next week, so you better get planning!
Monday: there is a basketball game
Tuesday: free day
Wednesday: opening night of the school play
Thursday: your favorite TV show is on
Friday: there is a concert
Saturday: your friend is having a party
Sunday: free day
A tray will be brought around to each table with cookies and grapes.
Each person will make their choice of either grapes or a cookie.
Just a little something with books
By: Skie Smith, Chris Butler, Jacob Labonte, and Shelby Lyons