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  • The 7 Habits of Highly Effective Peoples “We first make our habits, and then our habits makes us”Prepared By: Nadeem Yousaf
  • Overview The Foundation Intro, Habit, Principal, Values Private Victory Habit 1, 2, 3 Public Victory Habit 4, 5, 6, 7
  • What We Will Learn Focus on key priorities Communicate effectively Take initiative and responsibility Practice continuous improvement Increased peer collaboration skills Greater confidence and self-esteem Greater Responsibility for learning Build Win-Win business relationships Break ineffective behaviors and tendencies Create high levels of trust, unity, and synergy More skill in analyzing and solving problems Develop strong, interdependent relationships … … … View slide
  • Maturity Continuum Interdependence Habit 4,5,6 Independence Habit 1,2,3Dependence View slide
  • Maturity Continuum
  • Habit Knowledge Skills Desire“A habit is a learned pattern of behavior that is repeated so often that it becomes automatic” •Our character is a composite of our habits And •Habits can be learned and unlearned
  • EffectivenessProductionProduction and Production Capacity Production Capacity Reading, Physical Exercise, visualizing, nutrition, planning, stress writing, management autonomy Mental Social Value Service, clarification, empathy, commitment, synergy, meditation, intrinsic study, security, be a perspective good friend Spiritual“Nobody can go back and start a new beginning, but anyone can start today and make a new ending”
  • Paradigm The way we see, understand, and interpret the World; our mental map We think we see the world as it is, when in fact we see the world as we areWe see what we are conditioned to see. We are conditioned by our upbringing, environments, and experiences“If you want small changes , work on your behavior; if you want quantum –leap changes, work on paradigms ”
  • Character Vs. Personality
  • Character Vs. Personality
  • TrustworthinessTrustworthines = Character + Competency s Integrity Justice loyalty Courage kindness Contribution Responsibilit y “Trust your own instinct. Your mistakes might as well be your own, instead of someone elses”
  • SummaryHabitsParadigmEffectivenessTrustworthinessPrincipals Vs. ValuesCharacter Vs. Personality
  • Exercise - 1Write Your Two Habits: You Want to LearnWrite Your Two Habits: You Do not LikeWrite your Two Next Years Goals
  • The 7 Habits of Highly Effective Peoples Part - 2 PRIVATE VICTORY “We first make our habits, and then our habits makes us”Prepared By: Nadeem Yousaf
  • Session 1- RecapHabitsParadigmEffectivenessTrustworthinessPrincipals Vs. ValuesCharacter Vs. Personality 15
  • Goal - VideoBecome a vegetarianBuy a new car or houseFind the job I wantStart to meditateLose weight to a certain numberStart the exercise habitFind the partner you desireVisit a certain placeEarn a certain amount of moneyStart your own companyLearn a new skill (like a new language etc)Writing Articles/Journals…
  • Private VictoryPrivate victories are personal and relate to you as an individual person Mastering others is strength. Mastering yourself is true power.”
  • Maturity Continuum ® ® Sharpen the Saw 7 INTERDEPENDENCESeek First to Understand, ® ® Synergize Then to Be Understood Public 6 5 Victory Think ® Win-Win 4 INDEPENDENCE 3 Put First ® Things First Private 2 1 Victory Be Proactive ® Begin with ® the End in Mind DEPENDENCE 18
  • Private Victory Principle of Personal Choice Principle of Personal VisionPrinciple of Personal Integrity & Execution
  • See-Do-Get See DoGet 20
  • Habit - 1 Be proactive“You are respons-able: able to choose your respons!” Presentation - Distribution Management System - 16 / 01 /
  • Habit 1 Habit 1Be Proactive ® 22
  • Habit 1: See-Do-Get I am responsible for my choices. See DoI am I choosein control. to act, Get not react.
  • Key Questions• What is proactivity and reactivity?• How can I gain more control over my life? 24
  • Stimulus-Response 25
  • Stimulus-Response 26
  • Stimulus-Response© 2004 FranklinCovey 27 27
  • Proactive People• Stop and Pause—Understand why you feel the way you do.• Think—Make decisions based on your principles and beliefs.• Do—Act upon your proactive choice. 28
  • Influence & Concerns
  • Proactive & Reactive“Proactive people focus their efforts in their circle ofinfluence, causing the circle of influence to increase Reactive people focus their effort in the circle of concern. The negative energy generated by that focus causes the circle of influence to shrink”
  • Control 31
  • Expanding Your Influence 32
  • Your Choice You can choose your languageReactive: Proactive:I must I preferIf only I willThey made me I chooseIf I had I can be
  • Habit - 2Begin with the end in mind
  • Habit 2 Habit 2Begin With the End in Mind ® 35
  • Habit 2: See-Do-Get I visualize results. See DoI live I haveaccording a missionto my statementmission. Get that documents my purpose in Tasks/life. 36
  • Key Questions• Why is it important to have a plan?• How do I create a Personal Mission Statement ? ® 37
  • Remember“What lies behind us isnothing compared to whatlies within us and aheadof us.” —Anonymous 38
  • Discover Yourself!1. What are three dreams?2. What kind of career would I like to have?3. What kind of skills do I need to achieve my dreams and have the career I desire?4. What kind of education or educational experiences do I need to have to achieve my dreams and have the career I desire?5. What are my greatest interests?6. What do I hope to achieve in five years?7. What are all of the intangible things I value? (for example, strong relationships, success, good health, honesty, etc.)?8. What are the five intangible things I value most? 39
  • Mission Statements• Represent the best within you.• Are the fulfillment of your unique gifts and capacity to contribute.• Deal with values and vision.• Are written to inspire you, not to impress anyone else.• Describe who you want to be. 40
  • Centeredness 41
  • Habit - 3Put first things first
  • Habit 3 HabitPutFirst Things First Things 3Put First ® First ® 43
  • Habit 3: See-Do-Get I focus on what’s See important. DoI achieve I planmy goals. my time according to Get my priorities. 44
  • Key Questions• Which activities support what matters most to me?• How do I stay focused on what matters most? 45
  • Life Management Quadrants 46
  • Life Management Quadrants • Burning • Preparation & • Study for tomorrow’s Planning. Prevention exam. • Exercise, Health • Pay overdue cell-phone • Value Clarification. bill. • Relationship Building • Work on project due today. • Relax , Visit a Place • Medical Emergencies. • Long Term … Visioning • Engage in idle • Engage in too much conversations. TV, Web surfing or • Respond to all instant video games. messages. • Engage in time- • Respond to all phone wasters. calls. • Become absorbed in • Spend time on trivial escape activities. questions. • Junk Email. 47
  • The Bermuda Triangle of Time 48
  • Saying Yes and NoYesNo 49
  • Time Management 50
  • Goal Definitiongoal n 1: the object to whicheffort or ambition is directed; thedestination of a journey Oxford English Dictionary 51
  • Keys to Achieving Your Goals1. Create goals based on your values.2. Write down your goals.3. Give your goals deadlines.4. Break down your goals into manageable tasks.5. Schedule your tasks in your planner.6. Commit daily to achieving these tasks. 52
  • Invest in Yourself!“The single most powerful investment wecan ever make in life is investment inourselves, in the only instrument we havewith which to deal with life and tocontribute.” —Stephen R. Covey 53
  • The 7 Habits of Highly Effective Peoples Part - 3 “We first make our habits, and then our habits makes us”Prepared By: Nadeem Yousaf
  • Habit - 4Think Win/win
  • Win/Win Process“You can only achieve win/win solutions with win/win processes”
  • Better WayIt’s not your way or my way, it’s a better way
  • Habit - 5 Seek first tounderstand, then to be understood
  • Your Voice
  • Prescriptions“We have such a tendency to fix things up withgood advice, but often we fail to take the time to diagnose, to really deeply understand another human being first”
  • Me in YouReading your own autobiography into other people’s lives is nót (even close to) listening
  • Habit - 6 Synergize “The whole is greaterthan the sum of its parts”
  • Self Centric“When we are left to our own experiences,we constantly suffer from a shortage of data”
  • Be Open“The person who is truly effective has the humility to recognize his ownperceptual limitations and to appreciate the rich resources availablethrough interaction with the hearts and minds of other human beings”
  • Influence Others In order to have influence, you have to open yourself up to bé influenced
  • Habit - 7Sharpen the Saw
  • Do All & Do Better
  • Small Things“Sometimes when I consider what tremendous consequences come from little things … I am tempted to think … there are no little things” Bruce Barton
  • Thank You 69