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  • The 7 Habits of Highly Effective Teens
  • Habit 1: Be Proactive
    • This is Sue.
    • Her dog
    • ran away.
    Sue doesn’t know what to do.
    • She can:
    • mope around and do nothing.
    • look for her dog.
  • Choice a is REACTIVE, acting in a negative way.
  • Choice b is PROACTIVE, acting in a positive way.
  • Habit 2: Begin with the End in Mind
    • This is Mark.
    • He’s failing
    • math.
    He knows math is important.
    • He can:
    • study and ask for help if he needs it.
    • choose not to study and not ask for help.
  • Choice a says Mark understands his responsibilities and has a goal in mind.
  • Choice b says Mark isn’t thinking about the future.
  • Habit 3: Put First Things First
  • Kevin is always late for school. His teacher is upset with him. This is Kevin. He stays up late and has a hard time getting up.
    • He can:
    • keep staying up late.
    • b) get to bed at a healthy time.
  • Choice a is putting LAST things first.
  • Choice b is putting FIRST things first.
  • Habit 4: Think Win-Win
  • But his friend wants to go to the movies. This is Brad. He wants to go to the park with his friend.
    • They can:
    • go to the park.
    • b) go to the movies.
  • Choice a is a win-lose. Brad wins. Friend loses.
  • Choice b is a lose-win. Brad loses.
    • Another option?
    • Secret choice c.
    • C) They do something they both like. That’s a WIN-WIN!.
  • Habit 5: Seek first to understand then be understood
  • They each feel strong about their opinions. This is Nancy. She is arguing with her sister about their opinions.
    • They can:
    • accept their differences and move on.
    • b) keep arguing about it.
  • Choice a understand others and they’ll understand you too.
  • Choice b no one can tell where the other person is coming from.
  • Habit 6: Synergize
  • But everyone wants to do something different. This is Natalie. Her group is planning for a science project.
    • They can:
    • all do their own thing and hope it turns out okay.
    • b) work together.
  • Choice a says you don’t want to compromise or try new things.
  • Choice b says you want to hear everyone’s ideas to create something new.
  • Habit 7: Sharpen the Saw
  • This is Jenna. She’s tired from all her work and extra outside activities. She has a book report due on Monday and she just wants it done.
    • She can:
    • skim over the rest of the book and write her report.
    • b) rest now and have full energy for the report tomorrow
  • Choice a you’re dulling the saw.
  • Choice b your saw will be good as new.
  • The 7 Habits of Highly Effective Teens by Sean Covey Music~ Unwritten~ by Natasha Bedingfield Presentation by M. Reynolds