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Habits of Success was presented to mentor students at Manchester College. The mentor program focuses on Covey's 7 habits so this presentation builds on those and adds in my personal recommendations ...

Habits of Success was presented to mentor students at Manchester College. The mentor program focuses on Covey's 7 habits so this presentation builds on those and adds in my personal recommendations on success strategies.

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  • 1 st – some groundrules This isn’t a “please put your cell phones away” kind of morning. You are all welcome to tweet during my presentation. Just be sure to use the #JTerm hashtag and cite me when needed. Interrupt! Ask questions at any time. I want this to be meaningful to you. Let’s have some fun and learn together. My background How I approach social media – from a marketing/PR focus in the nonprofit sector
  • Read, research & retweet in all areas of interest. Don’t get siloed. This will increase your followers and your SME value. (subject matter expert) Lovecat principles Grow your knowledge Grow your network Share both w/your network freely
  • Read, research & retweet in all areas of interest. Don’t get siloed. This will increase your followers and your SME value. (subject matter expert) Lovecat principles Grow your knowledge Grow your network Share both w/your network freely
  • Why do you want to reach them? Where is your audience actively engaged? Did you meet your goal?
  • Only have concern over what you can influence Don’t try to be everything to everyone
  • The end should provide your vision The vision is a lens that all other activity, questions, etc. if filtered through What gets through your lens is only what leads to the end you’ve envisioned
  • What are your values? You need to know them and add them to your lens in order to move in the right direction and not get distracted
  • The balance between having courage and giving consideration
  • You REALLY have to do this….online and offline You’re dealing with customers – figure out what they need so that you can respond and then be the hero. 
  • You REALLY have to do this….online and offline You’re dealing with customers – figure out what they need so that you can respond and then be the hero. 
  • Consider your complete person and how each of your elements affects the others Focus on a work-life balance. If one area isn’t successful, the others won’t be either.
  • Effectiveness might seem like the goal. But really, it’s the starting line. Just like everyone entering the workforce is expected to have an advanced degree (2-year, 4-year, grad, etc.), you need to at LEAST be effective. What’s desired and what will make you successful is being great.
  • The more trustworthy you are and show yourself to be, the quicker those around you will be to act, etc. The quicker action is taken, the lower the costs will be. In an age of cost-reduction and focus on efficiency, become trustworthy and you’ll become invaluable and worth your weight.
  • GGIGGL (giggle)

Habits of Success Habits of Success Presentation Transcript

  • strategies for success Heather Schoegler director of communications, Parkview Foundations Twitter.com/HSchoegler LinkedIn.com/in/Hschoegler Slideshare.net/HSchoegler
  • references
  • reinforce references @sanderssays @chrisbrogan @StephenRCovey @thisissethsblog *Stephen M.R. Covey is not on Twitter @DanielPink
  • Covey’s Habits Be Proactive Begin with the End Put 1 st Things 1 st Think Win-Win 1 st Understand; Then be Understood Synergize Sharpen the Saw Effectiveness to Greatness Trust Leads to Speed
  • Covey’s Habits Be Proactive Begin with the End Put 1 st Things 1 st Think Win-Win 1 st Understand; Then be Understood Synergize Sharpen the Saw Effectiveness to Greatness Trust Leads to Speed CIRCLE OF INFLUENCE
  • Covey’s Habits Be Proactive Begin with the End Put 1 st Things 1 st Think Win-Win 1 st Understand; Then be Understood Synergize Sharpen the Saw Effectiveness to Greatness Trust Leads to Speed
  • Covey’s Habits Be Proactive Begin with the End Put 1 st Things 1 st Think Win-Win 1 st Understand; Then be Understood Synergize Sharpen the Saw Effectiveness to Greatness Trust Leads to Speed 1 + 2 x Values = 1 st Things
  • Covey’s Habits Be Proactive Begin with the End Put 1 st Things 1 st Think Win-Win 1 st Understand; Then be Understood Synergize Sharpen the Saw Effectiveness to Greatness Trust Leads to Speed
    • Character Code:
      • Integrity
      • Maturity
      • Abundance Mentality
  • Covey’s Habits Be Proactive Begin with the End Put 1 st Things 1 st Think Win-Win 1 st Understand; Then be Understood Synergize Sharpen the Saw Effectiveness to Greatness Trust Leads to Speed
  • Covey’s Habits Be Proactive Begin with the End Put 1 st Things 1 st Think Win-Win 1 st Understand; Then be Understood Synergize Sharpen the Saw Effectiveness to Greatness Trust Leads to Speed
  • Covey’s Habits Be Proactive Begin with the End Put 1 st Things 1 st Think Win-Win 1 st Understand; Then be Understood Synergize Sharpen the Saw Effectiveness to Greatness Trust Leads to Speed
  • Covey’s Habits Be Proactive Begin with the End Put 1 st Things 1 st Think Win-Win 1 st Understand; Then be Understood Synergize Sharpen the Saw Effectiveness to Greatness Trust Leads to Speed Thriving Innovating Excelling Leading
  • Covey’s Habits Be Proactive Begin with the End Put 1 st Things 1 st Think Win-Win 1 st Understand; Then be Understood Synergize Sharpen the Saw Effectiveness to Greatness Trust Leads to Speed
  • real life
  • Heather’s Habits Grow Your Knowledge Grow Your Network Invest in Others Get Organized Get Involved Look to Lead
  • from others @longsre : It is the mark of an educated mind to be able to entertain a thought without accepting it. – Aristotle @dutchrapley : Education isn’t about what you learn or have learned. It’s learning how to learn – learning how *you* learn. @casietowsley : advice: first you graduate. Then you can start to figure out who you want to be when you grow up.
  • discussion
  • end