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  • Seven Habits of Highly Effective People
  • Seven Habits of Highly Effective People
    • What is a Habit?
    • Seven Habits Paradigm
    • The Seven Habits
    • The 8 th Habit
  • Knowledge (what to, why to) Habits Internalized principles & patterns of behavior
  • Knowledge (what to, why to) Habits Internalized principles & patterns of behavior Desire (want to)
  • Knowledge (what to, why to) Skills (how to) Habits Internalized principles & patterns of behavior Desire (want to)
  • Knowledge (what to, why to) Skills (how to) Habits Internalized principles & patterns of behavior Habits Desire (want to)
    • “ Excellence is an art won by training and habituation. We are what we repeatedly do. Excellence , then, is not an act, but a habit ”
    • Aristotle
  • Seven Habits Paradigm 7 Dependence 1 3 2 6 5 4 __________________ _____________________
  • Seven Habits Paradigm Dependence _____________________ Interdependence
    • WHAT’S MY LOCUS OF CONTROL?
    • High Internal – I am the master of my fate
    • High External – I am a pawn to my fate
  • Seven Habits Paradigm
    • 1 Be Proactive – The Habit of
    • Personal
    • Vision
    1 Dependence
  • Proactive Model Self - Awareness Imagination Conscience Independent Will Freedom to Choose Stimulus Response
  • Language: Reactive vs Procative
    • There’s nothing I can do
    • That’s just the way I am
    • He makes me so mad
    • They won’t allow that
    • I have to do that
    • I can’t
    • I must
    • If only
    • Let’s look for alternatives
    • I can choose a different approach
    • I control my own feelings
    • I can create an effective presentation
    • I will choose an appropriate response
    • I choose
    • I prefer
    • I will
  • 5. HOW PROACTIVE AM I?
    • . . . the degree to which I take initiative to improve my current circumstances or create new ones.
  • Seven Habits Paradigm
    • 1 Be Proactive
    • 2 Begin with the End in Mind –
    • The Habit of
    • Personal
    • Leadership
    1 2 Dependence
  • Control Your Own Destiny Or Someone Else Will
  • 22. How Good Am I at Personal Planning?
  • Develop a Personal Mission Statement . . . . . . or philosophy or creed: what you want to ____, what you want to ____, and your beliefs and values
  • Develop Goals
    • Short-term
    • Intermediate
    • Long-term
    • ___________ goals
  • Seven Habits Paradigm
    • 1 Be Proactive
    • 2 Begin with the End in Mind
    • 3 Put First Things First –
    • The Habit of
    • Personal
    • Management
    1 3 2 Dependence
  • The Time Management Matrix
    • I The ____________
    • Exam tomorrow
    • Friend gets injured
    • Late for work/class
    • Project due today
    • II The _____________
    • Planning, goal setting
    • Paper due in a week
    • Exercise
    • Relationships/relaxation
    • III The Yes-man
    • Unimportant phone calls
    • Interruptions
    • Other people’s small problems
    • Peer pressure
    • IV The ___________
    • Too much TV
    • Endless phone calls
    • Excessive computer games
    • Mall marathons
    • Other time wasters
    Not Urgent Urgent Not Important Important
  • The Time Management Matrix I The Procrastinator
    • Results:
    • Stress
    • Burnout
    • Crisis management
    • Always putting out fires
    Urgent Important
  • The Time Management Matrix III The Yes-man
    • Results:
    • Short-term focus
    • Crisis management
    • Reputation-chameleon type character
    • See goals and plans as worthless
    • Feel victimized, out of control
    • Shallow or broken relationships
    Urgent Not Important
  • The Time Management Matrix IV The Slacker
    • Results:
    • Total irresponsibility
    • Fired from jobs
    • Dependent on others or institutions for basics
    Not Urgent Not Important
  • The Time Management Matrix II The _______________
    • Results:
    • Vision, perspective
    • Balance
    • Discipline
    • Control
    • Few crises
    Not Urgent Important
  • Long - Term Organizing Goals Roles Mission Statement
  • Weekly Organizing Schedule Delegate Plans Goals Roles
  • Seven Habits Paradigm
    • 1 Be Proactive
    • 2 Begin with the End in Mind
    • 3 Put First Things First
    • Private Victory
    1 3 2 Dependence
  • Seven Habits Paradigm
    • 4 Think Win/Win – The Habit of
    • Mutual
    • Benefit
    4 Independence Interdependence
  • Seven Habits Paradigm
    • 4 Think Win/Win
    5 4 5 Seek First to Understand... Then to Be Understood – The Habit of Empathetic Communication Independence Interdependence
  • Seven Habits Paradigm
    • 4 Think Win/Win
    6 5 4 5 Seek First to Understand... Then to Be Understood 6 Synergize – The Habit of Renewal Independence Interdependence
  • Levels of Communication High Trust Low Low High Cooperation ___________ (Win/Win) __________ (Compromise) _________ (Win/Lose or Lose/Win)
  • Seven Habits Paradigm
    • 4 Think Win/Win
    • 5 Seek First to Understand... Then to Be Understood
    • 6 Synergize
    • Public Victory
    6 5 4 Independence Interdependence
  • Seven Habits Paradigm
    • 7 ________ the ______
    7 Dependence 1 3 2 6 5 4 Independence Interdependence
  • Four Dimensions of Renewal __________ Exercise, Nutrition Stress Management __________ Value Clarification & Commitment & Meditation Social/Emotional Service, Empathy, Synergy, Intrinsic Security Mental Reading, Visualizing, Planning, Writing
  • Stephen Covey
    • From effectiveness to greatness:
    • The 8 th
    • HABIT
  • Seven Habits Paradigm 8 7 Dependence 1 3 2 6 5 4 Independence Interdependence
  • The 8 th HABIT
    • Find Your ________
    • and Inspire Others
    • to Find Theirs
  • __________ NEED __________ CONSCIENCE Voice Unique, personal significance
  • Meet Candace, a 16-year old with a bleeding disorder
    • A Cornerstone team project through New Hope for Kids
  • Team Success’s goal:
    • To raise $2,000 to buy a heater for Candace’s pool
    • Accomplished through two garage sales and a speed-dating event
  • The team. . .
    • Negotiated with a pool/spa company to sell them a heater at cost plus free installation
    • Arranged donated electrical services to hook up the heater
    • Arranged for Publix to donate food and decorations for a “reveal” party at Candace’s home
  • The team. . .
    • Provided free tutoring to Candace
    • Invited Candace to a concert and arranged backstage passes
    • Provided transportation to the concert
    • Bought Candace a CD of the band
  • Candace was featured on News Channel 13 when she started the 5K walk/run benefiting Arnold Palmer Women and Children’s Hospital and New Hope for Kids
    • Quote for the day:
    • “ Excellence is an art won by training and habituation. We are what we repeatedly do. Excellence , then, is not an
    • act, but a habit ”
    • Aristotle
  • Jim Collins - Good to Great
    • Leadership
    • The Hedge Hog Concept
    • A Culture of Discipline
    • Technology Accelerators
    • The Flywheel and the Doom Loop