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7 Habits of a Highly Effective Teen

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Bella Robinson

on 6 March 2018

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Transcript of 7 Habits of a Highly Effective Teen

Habit 2:
Begin with the End in Mind

Self-discover and clarify your deeply important character values and life goals. Envision the ideal characteristics for each of your various roles and relationships in life.

Habit 3:
Put First Things First

Planning, prioritizing, and executing your week's tasks based on importance rather than urgency
Evaluating if your efforts exemplify your desired character values, propel you towards goals, and enrich the roles and relationships elaborated in Habit 2.

Habit 5:
Seek First to Understand, then to be understood

Using empathetic listening to be genuinely influenced by a person, which compels them to reciprocate the listening and take an open mind to being influenced by you
This creates an atmosphere of caring, respect, and positive problem solving.

Habit 6:

Combining the strengths of people through positive teamwork, so as to achieve goals no one person could have done alone
How to yield the most prolific performance out of a group of people through encouraging meaningful contribution, and modeling inspirational and supportive leadership.

Habit 7:
Sharpen the Saw

Balance and renew your resources, energy, and health to create a sustainable, long-term, effective lifestyle
Habit 1:
Be Proactive

Taking initiative in life by realizing your decisions (and how they align with life's principles) are the primary determining factor for effectiveness in your life
Taking responsibility for your choices and the subsequent consequences that follow

Habit 4:
Think Win-Win

Genuinely striving for mutually beneficial solutions or agreements in your relationships
Valuing and respecting people by understanding a "win" for all is ultimately a better long-term resolution than if only one person in the situation had gotten his way.

7 Habits of a Highly Effective Teen

-(People) taking responsibility for their lives
-First step towards achieving a private victory

* "Until you feel you are in charge of your own life, nothing else is really possible, now, is it?"
(pg. 2 of Habit 1)
Example of Being Proactive (Pg. 4 of Habit #1
-You see pictures of your best friend at a party on Facebook the night she was too busy to hang out. She doesn't know you saw the photos. Just 5 minutes ago, this same friend was sweet-talking you right to your face. You feel hurt and betrayed.
Reactive Choices
Chew her out. Shove past her as you storm off
Go into a deep depression because you feel so bad about her leaving you out
Decide she's a two0faced liar and give her the silent treatment
Go out of your way to exclude her; after all, she did it to you
OR ----->
Proactive Choices
Forgive her and give her a second chance
Confront her and share how you feel about her lying to you
Realize that she has weaknesses just like you and that, occasionally, you don't include her in things without really meaning any harm
Reactive Language
Proactive Language
I'll try
That's just the way I am
There's nothing I can do
I have to
I can't
You ruined my day
I'll do it
I can do better than that
Let's look at all our options
I choose to
There's gotta be a way
Your bad mood won't affect me
Listening to Your Language
My Language
I think my language is mostly

A phrase I use a lot that is
would be
"I can't"
A phrase I use a lot that is
would be
"I can do better than that"
I can replace my
phrases with the following
-I'll do it
-I choose to
-Your bad mood won't affect me
-I can do better
The Victimitis Virus and How it Pays to be Proactive
-Victimitis: (People who) believe that everyone has it in for them and that the world owes them something; Negative attitude; Nothing is that specific person's fault; Everyone else is to blame
Proactive People...
Can brush things off without getting offended
Take responsibility for their choices
Think before they act
Bounce back when something bad happens
Always find a way to move forward
Focus on things they can do something about and don't worry about things they can't
Can-Do People
Take initiative to make it happen
Wait for something to happen to them
Think about problems and barriers
Are acted upon
Think about solutions and options
Example of Can-Do Situation
Pia, a friend of the "7 Habits" author, was once a young journalist in a big city in Europe. She was inexperienced and always nervous that she couldn't live up to te expectations of those of a male. One day, she found out that the Beatles were coming to town and that she'd be appointed to cover their stay.
However, she realized that every other journalist would have the same story. So, she figured that since the Beatles are so big right now, they'd have a penthouse instead of the normal hotel rooms. She walks into the hotel's lobby, dials their room number, and, to her surprise, their manager picks up the phone.
She then proceeds to explain that she's from Untied Press International and that she'd like to speak to the Beatles. He tells her to come on up. She talks to them for a few hours, loving how much respect she was getting from them.
Her story was then plastered on the front page of the leading newspaper in the country the next morning. After this experience, she realized that she could accomplish anything by being "pleasantly persistant."
Just Push Pause:
*3 Reasons Why You Should 'Just Push Pause'*
To take a breather and just relax from everything around you
Think of better ways to respond to certain situations
Give YOU the opportunity to choose what you want for yourself
"My Toolbox"
Self-Awareness: I can stand apart from myself and abserve my thoughts and actions
Conscience: I can listen to my inner voice to know right from wrong
Imagination: I can envision new possibilities
Willpower: I have the power to choose
1) Be aware of your actions because they affect everythng
2) Let go of your need to control because everything is not going to go your way
3) Know that things will work out for you in the end; only if you want it to
3 Examples
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