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The 7 Habits of Highly Effective Teens
Transcript of The 7 Habits of Highly Effective Teens
Put First Things First
Begin With The End In Mind
How to prioritize your work
Prioritize and manage your time so that first things come first and not last.
Putting first things first also deals with learning to overcome your fears and be strong during fearful moments
Put First Things First quote
" Get there don't let road blocks knock you off your course" (Covey 106)
Beginning with the end in mind is looking ahead and planning the steps you need to take to achieve your goal
By: Isabel Hendrickson and Jess Joaquim
Proactive people think
before they act
They learn to control what they do
They are in control
Don't be reactive
Reactive people make choices based on impulse
They don't have control on what they do
They think they aren't responsible for anything
Tell people how you feel
Ignore it and give them a second chance
Stop blaming others
Using reactive language i can't, i have to
Trying to fix things they have no control over
WHAT DOES IT MEAN?
What do you want to do when you grow up?
Say you want to be a professional athlete the steps you need to take to achieve this goal is to train first and excel as an athlete before you can become a professional
How can you enforce this?
Plan your work. If you plan your work you can lay out the steps your need to take to achieve your goals.
#1 The Procrastinator
Friend gets injured
Late for work
Project due today
Car breaks down
#2 The Prioritizer
Planning, goal setting
Essay due in a week
#3 The Slacker
Too much TV
Endless phone calls
Excessive computer games
#4 The Yes-man
Unimportant phone calls
Other people's small problems
Begin with the end in mind
What it is?
It's a belief that everyone can win
You care about other people and you want them to succeed but you also want to succeed
You recently go a promotion at the burger joint you work at you share the praise and recognition with all the people that help you got there.
Your friend recently got accepted to the school you wanted to go to but you didn't get accepted although you feel terrible at your own situation you feel happy for your best friend.
If your confident in yourself you are more likely to think win-win instead of just thinking about yourself
If you insecure of yourself you are less likely to think win-win
How to think win-win
Seek First to Understand, Then To Be Understood
What It Means
You learn to read, write and learn to speak. But do you learn about listening. When you liisten to someone speak do you personally understand them.
4 ways of bad listening styles
.1.Ignoring - The "La La La, I can't hear you" fingers in the ears school of listening
2.Pretending - The "Uh huh, Oh really? That's nice" school of listening
3.Selective Hearing - The "But I'm sure I heard you say..." school of listening
4.Attentive - The "I know exactly how you feel, when that happened to me..." school of listening
What it means
"two heads are better than one"
habit of creative cooperation. It is teamwork, open-mindedness, and the adventure of finding new solutions to old problems.It's a process, and through that process, people bring all their personal experience and expertise together
•Most highly dependent people are
trying to succeed in an interdependent reality.
•Many people don't realize that the real
strength of any relationship is having
alternative points of view.
Sharpen the saw
What it means
preserving and enhancing the
greatest asset you have--you.
It means having a balanced program
for self-renewal in the four areas of
your life: physical, social/emotional,
mental, and spiritual.
Physical: Beneficial eating,
exercising, and resting
Social/Emotional: Making social
and meaningful connections with
Mental: Learning, reading,
writing, and teaching
Spiritual: Spending time in nature,
expanding spiritual self through
meditation, music, art, prayer,