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The 7 Habits of Highly Effective Teenagers

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Chris Monkman

on 17 October 2011

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Transcript of The 7 Habits of Highly Effective Teenagers

The 7 Habits of Highly Effective Teenagers Be Proactive The Personal
Bank Account Paradigms
and
Principles Begin with
the End in Mind Put First
Things First The Relationship
Bank Account Think
Win-Win Seek First to Understand,
Then to Be Understood Synergize Sharpen the Saw Is it a deposit or a withdrwal? 1. You have planned to eat healthier but you keep eating cake. 2. You give your seat to an
elderly woman on the bus. 3. You put yourself down because you got a question wrong. What is the balance of your Personal Bank Account? Think of some ways that you could improve this... List your 3 closest friends Where will they be in 5 years? Where will you be in 5 years? 1. Count the Cost

2. Put it in Pen

3. Just Do It!

4. Use Momentous Monments

5. Rope Up Find yourself a partner

Decide who is going to be partner A and who is going to be partner B Is it a deposit or a withdrawal
when you... 1. Partner A tells Partner B they have done a good job at work today 2. You have had an arguement.
Partner B is too arrogant to apologise even though they know they are in the wrong 3. Partner A is too busy to notice
that Partner B has a problem and ignores them when they try to talk about it 4.Partner B makes fun about Partner A when they are not present Think about all your different relationship bank accounts How healthy are they? How could you make them healthier? When geese are flying in formation, the whole flock can fly 71% farther than if each bird flew alone As the lead goose gets tired, it will rotate to the back of the formation and another goose will take its position in the lead The geese at the back honk to encourage those in front Whenever a goose falls out of formation, it will immediately feel the resistance of flying alon and get back into formation Even when a goose gets injured or sick, two geese will follow it to the ground and wait with it until it is better or dead. They will then join another formation or make one of their own Indian or Eskimo? Compromise
1+1=1.5 Co-operation
1+1=2 Synergize
1+1=3

or more... Horse or Frog? Win-Lose: The Totem Pole Lose-Win: The Doormat Lose-Lose: The Downward Spiral Win-Win:
The All-You-Can-Eat-Buffet What is a Habit? A poem for thought

Sow a thought, and you reap an act;
Sow and act, and you reap a habit;
Sow a habit, and you reap a character;
Sow a character and you reap a destiny.
- Samuel Smiles
What is a Paradigm?

1. Paradigms of self

2. Paradigms of others

3. Paradigms of life
Be Proactive
or
Reactive? Tool Box

Self-awareness – observe oneself

Conscience – inner voice

Imagination - envision

Willpower – power to choose
Packing more into your life Identify your important things
and everything will fit around them
Get over fear and pressure!

Comfort and Courage Zones
Never let your fears make your decisions

Winning means rising each time you fall

Be strong in hard moments

Overcoming peer pressure
Discipline Communication

Listen First,
Talk Second The True Problem

Preparing a response

Judging them

Filtering their words – PARADIGMS Poor Listening Styles

Spacing out

Pretend Listening

Word – listening

Self-centered listening

Judging

Advising

Probing
Stand in another’s shoes

AND

Mirror
Seek to be Understood

If you listen to others they should listen to you

Give feedback

Change your words
Physical Mental Emotional Spiritual
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