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Transcript of 7 Habits
Habit 3: Put First Things First
Prioritize, and do the most important things first.
Habit 4: Think Win-Win
Have an everyone-can-win attitude.
Habit 6: Synergize
Work together to achieve more.
Habit 1: Be Proactive
Take Responsibility for your life.
Habit 2: Begin with the End in Mind
Habit 5: Seek First to Understand, Then to Be Understood
Habit 7: sharpen the Saw
"Tell her/him off. Then hit her/him.
Go into deep depression because you feel so bad about what she/he said.
Decide that she's/he's two-faced liar and give her/him the silent treatment for two months.
Spread vicious rumors about her/him. After all, she/he did it to you."
That's just the way I am
There's nothing I can do
I have to
You ruined my day"
"Are easily offended
Get angry and say things they later regret
Whine and complain
Wait for things to happen to them
Change only when they have to"
"Wait for something to happen to them
Think about problems and barriers
Are acted upon
"Spend half your walking hours complaining to everyone and their dog about how unfair this decision was
Scrutinize the new employee and find his every weakness
Become convinced your supervisor has formed a conspiracy and is out to get you
Begin to slack off while working your shift"
Confront her/him and calmly share how you feel
Ignore it ans give her/him a second chance. Realize that she/he has weaknesses just like you and that occasionally you talk behind her/his back without really meaning any harm"
"I'll do it
I can do better than that
Let's look at all our options
I choose it
There's gotta be a way
I'm not going to let your bad mood rub off on me"
"Are not easily offended
Take responsibility for their choices
Think before they act
bounce back when something bad happens
Always find a way to make it happen
Focus on things they can do something about, and don't worry about things they can't"
"Take initiative to make it happen
Think about solutions and options
Scene 2 Choices
"Talk with your supervisor about why the new employee got the better shift
Continue to be a hard-working employee
Learn what you can do to improve your performance
If you determine you are in a dead-end job, begin looking for a new one
Define your mission and goals in life.
Listen to people sincerely.
Renew yourself regularly.
Scene 2 Choices
The crossroads of life
What a powerful influence they can have on your attitude, reputation,and direction!(friends)
Personal Mission Statement
"Its a personal credo or motto that states what your life is about."
Turning weaknesses into strengths
"This poem by Douglas Malloch says:
The tree that never had flight
For sun and sky and air and light,
But stood out in the open plain
And always got its share of rain,
Never became a forest king
But lived and died a scrubby thing...
Good timber does not grow with ease,
The stronger wind, the stronger trees.
Talk about an important decision with huge consequences!(sex)
1 The Procrastinator
Friend Gets Injured
Late For Work
Project Due Today
Car Breaks Down
Planning, Goal Setting
Essay Due in a week
What you do about your schooling can also shape your future in a major way!(school)
The other resaon to create a vision is that if you don't, someone else will do it for you!(lead)
The Yes Man
Unimportant Phone Calls
Other Peoples Small Problems
Too Much Tv
Endless Phone Calles
Excessive Computer Games
"Steve Strong mission statement:
The Physical Dimension
"Ten ways teens could keep in shape:
1. Eat good food 6. Practice yoga
2. Relax in the bathtub 7. Take walks
3. Bike 8. Play sports
4. Lift weights 9. Stretch out
5. Get enough sleep 10. Do an aerobics workout
The Mental Dimension
"Sharpen your mind:
Read a newspaper everyday
Plant a garden
Listen to the news
Play challenging board games
Visit a museum
Have stimulating conversations with friends
Solve crossword puzzles
The Emotional Dimension
The Spiritual Dimension
How to feed your soul!!!!!!!!
Exercise, eat healthy, sleep well, relax.
Read, educate, write, learn new skills.
Build relationships(RBA,PBA), give service, laugh.
Meditate, keep a journal, pray, take in quality
The Refusal skill:
1. Ask Questions: Ask yourself what you're doing.
2. Name the trouble: Think about what you're doing.
3. States the consequences: Think of the consequences
4. Suggest an alternative: Think of a way to get out of the situation
5. Take off: Just walk away."
Post-high school educational options:
1.Desire: How bad do you want to get in that school or job?
2. Standardized test scores: How well is your Act,SAT,LSAT,etc. scores?
3.Extracurricular: What activates were you involved in?
4. Letters of recommendation: What others think of you?
5. Grade point average: How well you did in school?
6.Communication skills: How well could you communicate verbally and writing?
Your Bank Account
RBA(Relationship Bank Account)Deposits:
Say you're sorry
PBA(Personal Bank Account)Deposits:
Be gentle with yourself
Tap into your talents
Do small acts of kindness
You're not ready to have sex;
There are at least more than 50 but here are some:
1. You feel pressured
2. You don't know how to protect yourself from
3. You think it will make your partner love you
4. You're drunk
5. You're not ready to take off your clothes
6. You don't think teens get HIV(they do)
7. You're too scared to think clearly
8. You're not thinking about yourself
9. You hope no one will hear about it
10. You really wish the whole thing never came up
Helps us cope with the difficulties of life.
Reduces stress levels
Releases endorphins, the brain's natural painkillers
You are already sharpening your saw and you don't even know it. Keep up on all what you have to do to sharpen your saw even more.
Writing in your journal
Going for a walk
Reading inspiring books
Writing poetry or music
Listening to uplifting music
Playing a musical instrument
Practicing a religion
Talking to friend, I could be myself with
Reflecting on my goals or mission
Getting to synergy
Roadblocks to celebrating differences
We learn differently
What is synergy?
Finding new and better ways
Synergy is not:
Thinking you're always right
Dr. Seuss said in
One fish, Two fish, Red fish, Blue fish
"We see them come.
We see them go.
Some are fast.
And some are slow.
Some are high.
And some are low.
Not one of them
Is like the other.
Don't ask why.
Go ask your mother.
Technically no one is the same.
We have different styles, traits and characteristics
We see differently
No one really cares on how you and you're clueless
When people have been together and have the same similarities and leave other people out
Its when people label you as a jock or a other race
The Deepest Need of the Human Heart
1st, listen with your eyes,heart,and ears
"If you practice mirroring but don't really desire to understand others, they will see through it and feel manipulated."
When I ask you to listen to me
and you start giving me advice,
you have not done what I asked.
When I ask you to listen to me
and you begin to tell me why
I shouldn't feel that way,
you are trampling on my feelings.
When I ask you to listen to me
and you feel like you have to do something
to solve my problem,
you have failed me,
strange as that may seem.
Listen! All I ask is that you listen.
Don't talk or do-just hear me."
2cd, stand in their shoes
3rd, Practice mirroring
Using the same words
Cold and indifferent
Using your own words
Warm and caring
"As I get it, you felt that...."
"So, as I see it..."
"You feel that...."
"So, what you're saying is...."
"I can see that you're feeling..."
Things i'm afraid
Things I've never tried
Things that are difficult
Higher duty Adventure
Things I enjoy doing
Safety & security
Freedom from risk
Things accustomed to
Big Rocks First
"Get started on history report
Mario's Birthday party
Be more complimentary
Take colleen to mall
Get to work on time
Go to concert
Write in journal every night
Using other people, emotionally or physically, for your own selfish purposes
Trying to get ahead at the expense of another
Spending rumors about someone else (as if putting someone else down builds you up)
Always insisting on getting your way without concerning yourself with the feelings of others
Becoming jealous and envious when something good happens to someone close to you
Letting people use you emotionally or physically
Have people be ahead of you
Always letting people have their way without asking you
Being a doormat or a peace holder
You recently got a promotion at the burger joint you work at , you share the praise and recognition with all of those who helped you get there
You were just elected to an important school office and make up your mind not to develop a "superiority complex" You treat everyone the same including the friend less and the unpopular
You want to go out for dinner. Your friend wants to see a movie. You jointly deide to rent a movie and pick up food to eat at home
" If I 'm going down your going down with me sucker"
Lose-Lose is usually what happens hen two Win-Lose people get together
Also occurs when someone becomes obsessed with another person in a negative way