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7 habits of Highly effective People

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Rahul Phiske

on 22 February 2013

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Transcript of 7 habits of Highly effective People

Put First Things First 1. Habit
Be Proactive 7 Habits Of highly Effective people 2. Habit
Begin With the End in Mind 4.Habit
Think Win-Win Habit.5
Seek First to Understand, Then to Be Understood Habit.6
Synergize Habit.7
Sharpen the Saw Before we understand 7 habits we need to understand our own paradigm
What is Paradigm ?
It is the way we see the world
In term of perceiving ,understanding,interpreting Simple way to understand a Paradigm ,
we will see some examples. we all have many Maps in our head

Divided into two categories :
Map of the way things are ,or realities
Maps of the way things should be ,or values Paradigm shift Battle ship Inside out thinking

To start with self.
start with inside part of self with
your paradigm,your charachter,your motives.

Coperative teenager Be understanding

If u want freedom Be responsible

To be Trusted Be Trust worthy Team members :
Rahul Phiske
Prashant sable
Suraj Nilekar
Manoj Nalawade
Lance periera
Amit Navghare
Suraj salunkhe
Harshal Patil Habit 5
Seek First to understand ,then to Be understood Habit 3 Difference between Urgency & important working together of two things to produce a result greater than the sum of their individual effects. Habit 6
Synergize Force Field Analysis Habit 7
Sharpen the saw “People don’t care how much you know, until they know how much you care.” what is Empathetic listening? Its importance. 5 poor listening styles
Spacing OutPretend ListeningSelective ListeningWord ListeningSelf-centered Listening Habit 1
Proactive Habit 2
Begin with End in mind Habit 4
Think Win-Win Six Paradigms of Human Interaction
Win-Win (The All you can eat Buffet)
Win-Lose (Totem Pole)
Lose-Win (Doormat)
Lose-Lose (The Downward Spiral)
Win-Win or No Deal which option is best ?
Think Win-Win Five Dimensions of Win/Win
Systems Process What it Means
•To begin with the end in mind is to begin with the image of the end of your life as the frame of reference by which everything else is measured.
•We may be busy, we may be efficient, but we will only be effective if we begin with the end in mind. All Things are Created Twice
Habit 2 is based on the principle that all things are created twice:
a mental or first creation
a physical or second creation Most endeavors that fail, fail with the first creation Leadership and Management
Habit 2 is based on principles of personal leadership, which means that leadership is the first creation. Management is the second creation.
•Management is doing things right, leadership is doing the right things. A Personal Mission Statement We would like to Thanks
Prof .Lalit Bhole for giving us this wonderful opportunity to read this Book and improve our Thought Process .
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