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Habit 4: Think Win-Win

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Kylie Griswold

on 16 January 2015

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Transcript of Habit 4: Think Win-Win

A lose-lose situation is one of the outcomes that you definitely do not want, as both sides would get nothing out of this ending.
Activity 1: Continued
Now, label the response to the situation as a win-lose, a lose-win, a win-win, or a lose-lose.
Habit 4:
A win-win situation means changing a situation in order to compromise for the better of both sides.
Win-Lose
A win-lose outcome may be great directly after it happens, but it doesn't help anything, or anyone, in the long run. Usually, these plans backfire, and even though you'll end up in first place, you'll be standing at the finish line with no one cheering for you.
Activity 1: Classifying Situations
Now, we're going to tell you a few scenarios, and you're going to write down whether you believe the scenario is a win-lose, a lose-win, or a lose-lose situation.
Activity 2:
Acting Out Situations
Lose-win situations occur when you give or take the blame rather than get into a fight or argument. This decision will inevitably lead to extreme low self-esteem issues.
By Jarrod Bowers, Marlee Coon, Kylie Griswold, Hailey Hulsinger
Habit 4: Think "Win-Win"
Lose-Lose
Lose-Win
The 7 Habits of Highly Effective Teens
We will now put together what you have just learned into an everyday situation. We will provide you with an example and in groups you will act out the correct solution (win-win).
Think
Win-Win
Activity 1: Continued
Scenario 1: Imagine you are sitting in class when the teacher suddenly says that you are going to be doing a group project. You don't have any really good friends in the class, and the only person you were comfortable partnering with already partnered with someone else! You end up partnering with someone you don't know, and ignore them while you finish the project alone.
Activity 1: Continued
Scenario 2: Your parents won't let you go out with your friends because they need you to babysit yet again. You already had to cancel your plans for last night to babysit for them. You gave into your parents instead of trying to find an alternate solution. Label this situation as a win-win, win-lose, lose-lose or a lose-win.
Activity 2: Continued
Example: Imagine that someone is sitting at your lunch table in your seat. What do you do?
"Heads I win, tails you lose!"
Activity 2: Continued
We will now put you in groups and give you a situation. Together you will find a correct solution (win-win) to the situation and you will present it to the class.
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