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7 Habits Military Power Point (Family Resiliency Version)
7 Habits Military Power Point (Family Resiliency Version)
7 Habits Military Power Point (Family Resiliency Version)
7 Habits Military Power Point (Family Resiliency Version)
7 Habits Military Power Point (Family Resiliency Version)
7 Habits Military Power Point (Family Resiliency Version)
7 Habits Military Power Point (Family Resiliency Version)
7 Habits Military Power Point (Family Resiliency Version)
7 Habits Military Power Point (Family Resiliency Version)
7 Habits Military Power Point (Family Resiliency Version)
7 Habits Military Power Point (Family Resiliency Version)
7 Habits Military Power Point (Family Resiliency Version)
7 Habits Military Power Point (Family Resiliency Version)
7 Habits Military Power Point (Family Resiliency Version)
7 Habits Military Power Point (Family Resiliency Version)
7 Habits Military Power Point (Family Resiliency Version)
7 Habits Military Power Point (Family Resiliency Version)
7 Habits Military Power Point (Family Resiliency Version)
7 Habits Military Power Point (Family Resiliency Version)
7 Habits Military Power Point (Family Resiliency Version)
7 Habits Military Power Point (Family Resiliency Version)
7 Habits Military Power Point (Family Resiliency Version)
7 Habits Military Power Point (Family Resiliency Version)
7 Habits Military Power Point (Family Resiliency Version)
7 Habits Military Power Point (Family Resiliency Version)
7 Habits Military Power Point (Family Resiliency Version)
7 Habits Military Power Point (Family Resiliency Version)
7 Habits Military Power Point (Family Resiliency Version)
7 Habits Military Power Point (Family Resiliency Version)
7 Habits Military Power Point (Family Resiliency Version)
7 Habits Military Power Point (Family Resiliency Version)
7 Habits Military Power Point (Family Resiliency Version)
7 Habits Military Power Point (Family Resiliency Version)
7 Habits Military Power Point (Family Resiliency Version)
7 Habits Military Power Point (Family Resiliency Version)
7 Habits Military Power Point (Family Resiliency Version)
7 Habits Military Power Point (Family Resiliency Version)
7 Habits Military Power Point (Family Resiliency Version)
7 Habits Military Power Point (Family Resiliency Version)
7 Habits Military Power Point (Family Resiliency Version)
7 Habits Military Power Point (Family Resiliency Version)
7 Habits Military Power Point (Family Resiliency Version)
7 Habits Military Power Point (Family Resiliency Version)
7 Habits Military Power Point (Family Resiliency Version)
7 Habits Military Power Point (Family Resiliency Version)
7 Habits Military Power Point (Family Resiliency Version)
7 Habits Military Power Point (Family Resiliency Version)
7 Habits Military Power Point (Family Resiliency Version)
7 Habits Military Power Point (Family Resiliency Version)
7 Habits Military Power Point (Family Resiliency Version)
7 Habits Military Power Point (Family Resiliency Version)
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  • 1. The 7 Habits of Highly Effective Families ® for Military Families Welcome ® © 2007 FranklinCovey. 1 The 7 Habits of Highly Effective Families for Military Families
  • 2. Getting to Know You 1. What is your name? 2. What is one unique thing you like to do? 3. What is your favorite duty station? ® © 2007 FranklinCovey. 2 The 7 Habits of Highly Effective Families for Military Families
  • 3. Icebreaker Activity Instructions • Put your finger on any shaded box. • Move left or right to nearest white box. • Move up or down to nearest shaded box. • Move diagonally to nearest white box. • Move left or right to nearest shaded box. ® © 2007 FranklinCovey. 3 The 7 Habits of Highly Effective Families for Military Families
  • 4. The Basics To meet the needs of your family, and to have a successful family, you also need some basics. 1. Values—what’s most important to you. 2. Views—how you see yourself and your family. 3. Habits—what you do over and over again. ® © 2007 FranklinCovey. 4 The 7 Habits of Highly Effective Families for Military Families
  • 5. The Basics: Values The things that are most important to you and your family are called values. ® © 2007 FranklinCovey. 5 The 7 Habits of Highly Effective Families for Military Families
  • 6. The Basics: Views How you see yourself and your family is your point of view. ® © 2007 FranklinCovey. 6 The 7 Habits of Highly Effective Families for Military Families
  • 7. The Basics: Limited Views Seeing only what is wrong about you or your family is called a limited view. ® © 2007 FranklinCovey. 7 The 7 Habits of Highly Effective Families for Military Families
  • 8. The Basics: Change Model ® © 2007 FranklinCovey. 8 The 7 Habits of Highly Effective Families for Military Families
  • 9. ® © 2007 FranklinCovey. 9 The 7 Habits of Highly Effective Families for Military Families
  • 10. The Basics: Habits A habit is something you do over and over again like how you write, fold your arms, or brush your teeth. ® The 7 Habits of Highly Effective Families for Military Families © 2007 FranklinCovey. 10
  • 11. The 7 Habits of Unsuccessful Families Habit 1: You say, “I can’t do it.” Habit 2: You don’t know what’s important in your life. Habit 3: You spend time doing what is not good for you. Habit 4: You think if someone wins, someone always has to lose in relationships. Habit 5: You talk first and listen second. Habit 6: You do not work with others. Habit 7: You do not take care of yourself or your family. ® The 7 Habits of Highly Effective Families for Military Families © 2007 FranklinCovey. 11
  • 12. ® The 7 Habits of Highly Effective Families for Military Families © 2007 FranklinCovey. 12
  • 13. The 7 Habits of Successful Military Families Habit 1: You’re Proactive—You say, “I can do it.” Habit 2: You Begin With the End in Mind—You identify your values and have a mission statement. Habit 3: You Put First Things First—You do what’s best for you and your family first. Habit 4: You Think Win-Win—You think everyone can win in your relationships. Habit 5: You Seek First to Understand, Then to Be Understood— You listen first and talk second. Habit 6: You Synergize—You celebrate differences and work together as a team. Habit 7: You Sharpen the Saw—You make the time to care for yourself and your family. ® The 7 Habits of Highly Effective Families for Military Families © 2007 FranklinCovey. 13
  • 14. Your Family Flight Plan ® The 7 Habits of Highly Effective Families for Military Families © 2007 FranklinCovey. 14
  • 15. ® Habit 1: Be Proactive Circle of No Control (concern) What can Circle of you control Control in your life? (influence) ® The 7 Habits of Highly Effective Families for Military Families © 2007 FranklinCovey. 15
  • 16. ® Habit 1: Be Proactive Circle of No Control (concern) When you are reactive, you give up Circle of control. Control (influence) Your influence shrinks. ® The 7 Habits of Highly Effective Families for Military Families © 2007 FranklinCovey. 16
  • 17. ® Habit 1: Be Proactive Circle of No Control (concern) When you are proactive, you are in control. Circle of Your influence Control grows. (influence) ® The 7 Habits of Highly Effective Families for Military Families © 2007 FranklinCovey. 17
  • 18. Reactive Reactive Stimulus Response When you are reactive, there is no space between what is happening to you and how you respond. ® The 7 Habits of Highly Effective Families for Military Families © 2007 FranklinCovey. 18
  • 19. Proactive To be proactive, you need to create a space between what is happening to you and your response. Proactive Freedom to Choose Stimulus Response ® The 7 Habits of Highly Effective Families for Military Families © 2007 FranklinCovey. 19
  • 20. Steps to Taking Control of You Pause Stop what you are doing Think and pause. what you Think about should and shouldn’t do. Choose Choose the best thing to do. ® The 7 Habits of Highly Effective Families for Military Families © 2007 FranklinCovey. 20
  • 21. Fill In Your Family Flight Plan ® The 7 Habits of Highly Effective Families for Military Families © 2007 FranklinCovey. 21
  • 22. Habit 2: Begin With the End in Mind ® Make a Family Mission Statement What do I want my family to stand for? ® The 7 Habits of Highly Effective Families for Military Families © 2007 FranklinCovey. 22
  • 23. Fill In Your Family Flight Plan ® The 7 Habits of Highly Effective Families for Military Families © 2007 FranklinCovey. 23
  • 24. Habit 3: Put First Things First ® Big Rocks vs. Little Rocks Your BIG ROCKS are the things Your LITTLE ROCKS are the less that are most important for you important things for you to do such to do such as: as: •Planning family meals. •Watching TV for long periods of time. •Spending time with your family. •Chatting with friends on the phone. •Getting an education or a skill. •Playing video games. •Cleaning your house. •Reading a good book. ® The 7 Habits of Highly Effective Families for Military Families © 2007 FranklinCovey. 24
  • 25. Four Things Families Should Do 1. Develop a Mission Statement 2. Plan Regular Family Times 3. Schedule Regular One-on-One Bonding Times 4. Build Family Rituals and Traditions The Promise: If you do these things, I can guarantee that the quality of your life will improve dramatically. Stephen R. Covey. ® The 7 Habits of Highly Effective Families for Military Families © 2007 FranklinCovey. 25
  • 26. Big Rocks of Family Readiness What are your family-readiness big rocks? • Creating a workable budget? • Locating important documents and organizing records? • Obtaining or updating SGLI (Serviceman’s Group Life Insurance)? • Making a list of commanders and resource numbers? • Making a list of funeral services available? • Filing a copy of your current orders? • Obtaining power of attorney? • Writing wills? ® The 7 Habits of Highly Effective Families for Military Families © 2007 FranklinCovey. 26
  • 27. Four Steps to Prioritizing Family Time 1. Hold a one- to two-hour, regular, weekly family time. 2. Have all family members attend and plan together. 3. Plan fun activities, and teach and share your family values. 4. Be positive and make great memories together. ® The 7 Habits of Highly Effective Families for Military Families © 2007 FranklinCovey. 27
  • 28. Fill In Your Family Flight Plan ® The 7 Habits of Highly Effective Families for Military Families © 2007 FranklinCovey. 28
  • 29. Emotional Bank Account Deposits Withdrawals Keep promises. Break promises. Do small acts Put people down. of kindness. Be loyal. Gossip and break confidences. Listen. Don’t listen. Say you’re sorry. Be arrogant. Set clear expectations. Set false expectations. ® The 7 Habits of Highly Effective Families for Military Families © 2007 FranklinCovey. 29
  • 30. Fill In Your Family Flight Plan ® The 7 Habits of Highly Effective Families for Military Families © 2007 FranklinCovey. 30
  • 31. Habit 4: Think Win-Win ® In relationships, you should think everyone can win. ® The 7 Habits of Highly Effective Families for Military Families © 2007 FranklinCovey. 31
  • 32. Four Ways of Thinking Win-Lose Lose-Win I get the remote and you You get the remote and I have nothing. get nothing. We don’t have enough If you win, I am a loser. for both of us. Lose-Lose Win-Win We argue and I throw the You and I decide remote against the wall. together to turn off the TV and play cards. If I’m going down, you’re going down with me. It’s not you or me, it’s about both of us. ® The 7 Habits of Highly Effective Families for Military Families © 2007 FranklinCovey. 32
  • 33. Fill In Your Family Flight Plan ® The 7 Habits of Highly Effective Families for Military Families © 2007 FranklinCovey. 33
  • 34. Habit 5: Seek First to Understand, Then to Be Understood ® I think the deepest hunger of the human soul is to be recognized, valued, appreciated, and understood. When you acknowledge others and adapt yourself in an effort to reach them, in effect you say to them, “You matter. You are a person of worth…” —Stephen R. Covey ® The 7 Habits of Highly Effective Families for Military Families © 2007 FranklinCovey. 34
  • 35. What Does It Take to Be a Good Listener? Skill 10% Attitude 90% “You matter to me.” “You are important to me.” “You are a person of worth.” “You are not to be compared to anyone else.” ® The 7 Habits of Highly Effective Families for Military Families © 2007 FranklinCovey. 35
  • 36. The Open-Door Policy— Listen for Understanding 1. Take time. 2. Avoid “door slammers.” 3. Listen first, talk second. ® The 7 Habits of Highly Effective Families for Military Families © 2007 FranklinCovey. 36
  • 37. Door Slammers 1. Criticizing 2. Talking about yourself 3. Giving advice ® The 7 Habits of Highly Effective Families for Military Families © 2007 FranklinCovey. 37
  • 38. What air is to the body, understanding is to the heart. ―Stephen R. Covey ® The 7 Habits of Highly Effective Families for Military Families © 2007 FranklinCovey. 38
  • 39. The Open-Door Policy 1. Listen with your eyes, heart, and ears. • Place yourself in the other person’s shoes —listen for his or her point of view rather than interpreting from yours. 2. Reflect what the other person is feeling and saying in your own words • Use the word “you” and avoid “I” or “me” references. ® The 7 Habits of Highly Effective Families for Military Families © 2007 FranklinCovey. 39
  • 40. Phrases to Open the Door and Keep It Open To Open the Door “Tell me about it.” To Keep the Door Open •“You’re saying…” •“As you see it…” •“So you feel ______ about _______?” ® The 7 Habits of Highly Effective Families for Military Families © 2007 FranklinCovey. 40
  • 41. Fill In Your Family Flight Plan ® The 7 Habits of Highly Effective Families for Military Families © 2007 FranklinCovey. 41
  • 42. Three Steps of Talking Control body language. Use appropriate words. Speak in a soft voice. ® The 7 Habits of Highly Effective Families for Military Families © 2007 FranklinCovey. 42
  • 43. Fill In Your Family Flight Plan ® The 7 Habits of Highly Effective Families for Military Families © 2007 FranklinCovey. 43
  • 44. Habit 6: Synergize ® You and I can work together. When you and your family creatively work together, this is synergy. ® The 7 Habits of Highly Effective Families for Military Families © 2007 FranklinCovey. 44
  • 45. What Is Synergy? Synergy is: Synergy is not: • Celebrating differences. • Tolerating differences. • Teaming. • Working independently. • Being open-minded. • Thinking you are • Finding new and always right. better ways. • Compromising. ® The 7 Habits of Highly Effective Families for Military Families © 2007 FranklinCovey. 45
  • 46. Getting to Synergy ® Family Action Plan 1. Define (Clarify the problem or issue.) 2. Their way (Seek first to understand the other person’s needs.) 3. My way (Seek to be understood—share your needs and ideas.) 4. Brainstorm (Create new options and ideas together.) 5. Synergize (Find the best solution—the Third Alternative.) ® The 7 Habits of Highly Effective Families for Military Families © 2007 FranklinCovey. 46
  • 47. Fill In Your Family Flight Plan ® The 7 Habits of Highly Effective Families for Military Families © 2007 FranklinCovey. 47
  • 48. Habit 7: Sharpen the Saw ® Sharpen the Saw means to take care of you and your family. ® The 7 Habits of Highly Effective Families for Military Families © 2007 FranklinCovey. 48
  • 49. Physical-Body TO LIVE Mental-Mind Exercise together. TO LEARN Learn new things together. Do physical activities together. Share and discuss ideas. Re-clarify expectations and goals Develop talents. around financial and physical assets. Write. Do family work together. Emotional-Heart Spiritual-Soul TO LOVE TO LEAVE A LEGACY Love and affirm each other. Renew commitments. Laugh at “inside jokes” and Clarify directions and goals. relax together. Pray and worship together. Build relationships of trust and Read inspirational or sacred unconditional love. literature together. ® The 7 Habits of Highly Effective Families for Military Families © 2007 FranklinCovey. 49
  • 50. Fill In Your Family Flight Plan ® The 7 Habits of Highly Effective Families for Military Families © 2007 FranklinCovey. 50
  • 51. Flight Plan for a Successful Family ® The 7 Habits of Highly Effective Families for Military Families © 2007 FranklinCovey. 51

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