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Think win-win

  1. 1. Habit #4Think Win-WinBased on the work of Stephen Covey
  2. 2. JournalEntry orDiscussionStarter:Is this picture agood one forThink Win-Win?Why or why not?If so, defend youranswer. If not,design a betterone and explainyour thinking.
  3. 3. I want everyone to be asuccess. I don’t have to putothers down to get what Iwant. It makes me happy tosee other people happy. I liketo do nice things for others.When a conflict arrives, I helpbrainstorm a solution.We all can win!
  4. 4. Think Win-Win RoadBlocks•I’ll step on you to get ahead.•I am a loser. I can’t do anything.•At least I am better than her/him.•I’ll let someone else win again.
  5. 5. Journal EntryorDiscussionStarter:Have you ever“stepped on”somebody elseto win? Haveyou pushedsomeone asideso you could getsomethinggood? Howdoes this feel?Give an
  6. 6. HumanDoormat:Do you always let other peoplewin? Do you not raise your handto answer a question because youknow somebody will answer? Doyou let people jump in front ofyou? Do you let people treat youpoorly? (If so, you are notpracticing Think Win-Win.)Describe a time whenyou let people “step onyou” to win.
  7. 7. How To Think Win-WinIn order to Think Win-Win, you need to be confident in you. You must notcare what others think of you. You will be happy to see others besuccessful.Make a word& picturesplash toshow whatmakes youunique.
  8. 8. Where do you fall?Very Good!I wanteveryone todo well.Very Bad! Idon’t like tosee otherpeople win.How could you bebetter at ThinkWin-Win?
  9. 9. Credits:This slide show was created byRebecca Radicchiusing the following resources.1. The Seven Habits for Highly EffectivePeople by Stephen Covey2. The Seven Habits for Highly EffectiveKids by Sean Covey3. The Seven Habits for Highly EffectiveTeens by Sean Covey
  10. 10. Credits:This slide show was created byRebecca Radicchiusing the following resources.1. The Seven Habits for Highly EffectivePeople by Stephen Covey2. The Seven Habits for Highly EffectiveKids by Sean Covey3. The Seven Habits for Highly EffectiveTeens by Sean Covey
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