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7 Habits of Highly Effective Teens

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The 7 Habits of Highly Effective Teens
1. Be Proactive
6. Synergize
7. Sharpen the Saw
2. Begin with the end in mind
3. Put first things first
4. Think Win-win
5. Seek First to understand then to be understood
In the 70's Steve Jobs helped start Apple Computers
An entrepreneur is a person who starts their own business. To start your own business you have to be really proactive. You see a need in society and you find a way to fill that need.
Pro = For
Active = energetically engaged in pursuits
NOT
When a proactive person has a problem
a proactive person does all they can to fix
that problem.
Proactive people are self-reliant. They take care of themselves. They are not dependence upon social security checks or disability.
The Apple I was one of the first personal computers
Later the Apple Computer was one of the first to use a mouse
But then Apple Computers decided they did not like Steve Jobs so they fired him. Apple started going down in value and loosing lots of business
He started another company called NEXT
Apple did really well in the 80's
At this point he could have easily given up on business and retired with millions of dollars. Instead . . .
Then he got into computer animation. He helped start a company called PIXAR
They made a movie that was such a huge success that Disney decided to buy PIXAR. Jobs was then on the board of directors of Disney
Apple was not doing well but they brought back their old CEO, Steve Jobs.
Recent Apple innovations:
Steve Jobs is . . .
Some people believe in the law of the jungle
1 + 1 = 3
What do you want to be when you grow up?
Proactive people never say 'I can't'.
Helpless people love to say 'I can't'.
Apple's share prices went through the roof. Apple is now the largest computer
company in the world
When Steve Jobs returned they vastly improved their macbooks.
Then they came out with the ipod
Then they came out with the iphone:
Then they came out with the ipad:
A journey is a thousand small steps
Carry your goals with you.
But also be realistic.
Pick a dream other than professional sports,
music idol, or a movie star
Reasons:
Millions of people strive for these unattainable dreams and VERY few actually reach them.
Most of these people really aren't happy anyways.
Professional Sports:
The average height for the NBA is 6'7".
The average weight is 220 lbs.
The average weight in the NFL is over 250 lbs.
Yao Ming is 7'6" and 310 lbs
At 6 ft 3 in tall and weighing 325 pounds.
He can bench 692 lb.
A lot of these careers are for people that want attention and the spotlight.
Pick a career that you can use your talents and really serve and give.
Dreams
Have a weekly time to review your goals. Ask yourself are you accomplishing your goals.
Great things are accomplished one small step at a time
Then they require consistency day after day
after day
after day
After a while of being consistent it can be amazing to see all that you can accomplish!
To accomplishing great things consistency may be the most important attribute you can have.
Dream
BIG
Don't let anyone
or anything
take your dreams away
Your
How to make your dreams a reality . . .
1. Dream BIG
2. Life Goals
3. Annual Goals
4. Weekly Goals
5. Daily Goals
Mt Timpanogos
11749 feet
above sea level
Start the hike
Hour 1
Hour 3
Hour 6
Hour 9
Hour 11
Hour 14
Education Graph
What is the largest single factor if a child will grow up in poverty or not?
If their is a married father
Ineffective:
React - Tantrum video
Begin with no end in mind
Think win-loose
Seek first to talk then pretend to listen
Don't cooperate
Wear yourself out
"Sow a thought, and you reap an act;
Sow an act, and you reap a habit;
Sow a habit, and you reap a character;
Sow a character, and you reap a destiny."

Paradigms - the view which you see the world
Paradigms:
"There is no reason for an individual to have a computer in their home."
-President of Digital Equipment Corporation 1977

"Airplanes are interesting toys but of no military value."
-World War I Commander

"Man will never reach the moon regardless of all future scientific advances."
-Dr. Lee De Forest, Inventor of Audion Tubes and the Father of the Radio
Television won't be able to hold on to any market it captures after the first six months. People wil soon get tired of staring at the plywood box every night.
-Zanuck, Head of 20th Century Fox
"We don't like their sound. Groups of guitars are way out."
- Decca Records rejecting the Beatles 1962
"For the majority of people the use of tobacco has beneficial results."
-Dr. Ian MacDonald 1969
"This telephone has too many shortcomings to be seriously considered as a means of communication. The device is inherently of no value to us."
-Western Union 1876
"The Earth is the center of the universe."
-Ptolemy 100
"Nothing of importance happened today."
-King George July 4, 1776
"Everything that can be invented has been invented."
-Charles Duel US. commissioner of Patents 1899
You're attitude determines your success.
If you believe that you can reach your dreams. You may reach your dreams.
If you believe you can't then you are right.
If you think you are stupid then you will probably act stupid.
If you believe that you are a bad kid than you will probably act like a bad kid.
Greatest satisfaction in life comes from giving
I am the force.
I am responsible for myself.
I choose my future.
I choose my happiness or unhappiness.
Reactive:
Proactive:
Its not my fault.
He MADE me mad.
My staff stink.
They always give me codes.
I didn't do it.
Its not me.
Victimitis Virus
Its not my fault
I can't do it
It's too hard
The Cure
Will Power - the self control to complete your goals
Priorities - things that are most important
Procrastinator
A person that puts off important urgent things
Slacker - Lazy
Lack of responsibility
Guilt
Flake
Prioritizer
Planning ahead
Follow the plan
Never put off until tomorrow what you can do today
Complete work early
"No thanks. I have a huge test tomorrow. But how about Friday night? Let's get together then."
A bunch of friends show up
In the 1960s, a professor at Stanford University began a modest experiment testing the willpower of four-year-old children. He placed before them a large marshmallow and then told them they could eat it right away or, if they waited for 15 minutes, they could have two marshmallows.

He then left the children alone and watched what happened behind a two-way mirror. Some of the children ate the marshmallow immediately; some could wait only a few minutes before giving in to temptation. Only 30 percent were able to wait.

It was a mildly interesting experiment, and the professor moved on to other areas of research, for, in his own words, “there are only so many things you can do with kids trying not to eat marshmallows.” But as time went on, he kept track of the children and began to notice an interesting correlation: the children who could not wait struggled later in life and had more behavioral problems, while those who waited tended to be more positive and better motivated, have higher grades and incomes, and have healthier relationships.

What started as a simple experiment with children and marshmallows became a landmark study suggesting that the ability to wait—to be patient—was a key character trait that might predict later success in life
investment website
Plan every week
Make a list of the most important things to do
Schedule time for your priorities
Schedule fun things
Take control of your time
Habit 1 says "You are the driver of your life."
Habit 2 says "Decide where you want to go and how to get there."
Habit 3 is putting those things FIRST. This requires WILL-POWER to say yes to important things and WON'T-POWER to say no to less important things.
Never let let your fears make your decisions
It's not the mountain we conquer but ourselves
Sir Edmund Hillary - first man to climb Mt Everest
Put first things first
1
2
3
You are the driver for your life
You decide where you want to go
Role Play - at the car lot:
Listen! Listen! Listen!
Geese can fly 70% further in a V formation
Cyclists can go about 30% faster through drafting in a team
Synergy is achieved when two or more people work together to create a better solution than either could alone. It's not your way or my way but a better way, a higher way.
Examples:
Symbiosis
Diversity
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 another.
Don't ask us why.
Go ask your mother.
1. Shun Diversity
2.Tolerate Diversity
3. Embrace Diversity
Men often hate each other because they fear each other; they fear each other because they don't know each other; they don't know each other because they cannot communicate; they cannot communicate because they are separated.
Hate Crime: a crime motivated by hate against a certain group
Steps 1 through 3 are called private victories -
You are in control
Where do you want to go
Use willpower to go there
These habits help us become independent and self-reliant
Steps 4, 5, & 6 are called:
PUBLIC VICTORIES
They help us become
interdependent
The greatest joy you can find in this life is through relationships
To have great relationships you need to have good habits. You want to GIVE in relationships and not just TAKE.
Some great careers:
Accountant
Architect
Human Resource
Computers
Engineers
Lawyer
Medicine
Teacher
Welder
Electrician
Two Employment Challenges
Outsourcing
Automation
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