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The Fruits of the Win Win Spirit
Transcript of The Fruits of the Win Win Spirit
is not important. We beg to differ. Thinking win-win can benefit in many ways. Having a win-win attitude can be contagious.
This can be beneficial to any student by encouraging
fellow peers to not only put forth their best effort, but
to help others succeed also.
Once people know you for your positive attitude,
you will become a virtual friend magnet. Having an
uplifting outlook on life will brighten other`s days and
bring joy to your environment. When you help friends out or do
a favor for them, they will most
likely want to return the favor.
By helping others become successful,
you are gaining points in your RBA
with them. For those who find it hard or nearly impossible
to think win-win, there is another option.
This option is called the "no deal." The "no deal" option basically means you decide to
walk away from the situation. Instead of handling the
circumstance with a win-win point of view, you decide
to not have a part of it. Sometimes the only card left to
play is the "no deal", but it is not the best option. One of the most important steps to thinking win-win
is looking for opportunities. You must first recognize
the chance presented to know how to change it to a
win-win circumstance. Another way to think win-win is to be interested in
other's success and encourage them to win. By showing
interest in other's personal success, you show that you
don't only care about your triumph, you care about
your peers also. Remember, thinking win-win isn't just
limited to school situations; you can
also use this in your everyday life and
in other environments. Pop Quiz!! Two sisters shared a room where each half
was filled with one or the other's possessions.
They decided to paint their walls. One sister
wanted the walls to be blue, but the other wanted
the walls to be pink. Which solution shows how
the girls can make a win-win situation?
a.They can paint the walls blue.
b.They can paint the walls pink.
c.They can paint the walls one half pink and the other blue.
d.They can paint the walls green.
e.They can decide to not paint the walls at all. and the answer is..... C!
If they paint the walls pink and blue,
they both get what they want, even if it
may clash a little. discussion question: "Say two friends both want to get together
over the summer and start a business to make
money. One wants to do a lawn service, but
the other wants to do a dog walking business.
Is there any way that they can make it a win-win
situation, or should it be a no deal?"
Thank you! presented by: Autumn Tso Mirandy McNeely Paige Brown Aaliyah Cooper Richmond Escarlan and Mark Toliver through this presentation, we will be
following the story of a girl named
Rachel. Her story ties in to each of the
aspects of thinking win-win. Rachel, a high school freshman, never thought about thinking Win-Win. Once she started thinking Win-Win, she immediatly saw the benefits (or the fruits). From that point on, she never wanted to stop. And why would she? All of a sudden, working with her
peers seemed loads easier. It was almost as if this
stated of thought was contagious! →Because Rachel became committed to helping others
succeed, interested in others success, and willing to share
her thoughts, others began to see what a positive friend
she would be in their lives. →When Rachel invests in other’s lives and thinks
Win-Win, her friends and those that she helps
begin to see the benefits and want to return the
favor. Again, it’s contagious. →Rachel began to date a guy and the relationship
was at first Win-Win. But soon his Lose-Win way
of thinking began to show. As a result, Rachel began
to notice herself thinking Win-Lose. For each other’s
benefit she had to go for No Deal and part ways. →Rachel went throughout her day just waiting
for it to be over, and not looking for opportunities.
Once she started thinking Win-Win and looking for opportunities, she realized how powerful it actually was.
She started to become a leader in her class and helping
others out. It not only benefited those that she was helping,
but they began to return the favors and start thinking Win-Win
also. →By thinking Win-Win, Rachel is able
to work out a major conflict with her
parents, and also able to settle disagreements
and come to compromises with her friends.