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Habit 1 of Seven habits by Stephen R covey
Habit 1 of Seven habits by Stephen R covey
Habit 1 of Seven habits by Stephen R covey
Habit 1 of Seven habits by Stephen R covey
Habit 1 of Seven habits by Stephen R covey
Habit 1 of Seven habits by Stephen R covey
Habit 1 of Seven habits by Stephen R covey
Habit 1 of Seven habits by Stephen R covey
Habit 1 of Seven habits by Stephen R covey
Habit 1 of Seven habits by Stephen R covey
Habit 1 of Seven habits by Stephen R covey
Habit 1 of Seven habits by Stephen R covey
Habit 1 of Seven habits by Stephen R covey
Habit 1 of Seven habits by Stephen R covey
Habit 1 of Seven habits by Stephen R covey
Habit 1 of Seven habits by Stephen R covey
Habit 1 of Seven habits by Stephen R covey
Habit 1 of Seven habits by Stephen R covey
Habit 1 of Seven habits by Stephen R covey
Habit 1 of Seven habits by Stephen R covey
Habit 1 of Seven habits by Stephen R covey
Habit 1 of Seven habits by Stephen R covey
Habit 1 of Seven habits by Stephen R covey
Habit 1 of Seven habits by Stephen R covey
Habit 1 of Seven habits by Stephen R covey
Habit 1 of Seven habits by Stephen R covey
Habit 1 of Seven habits by Stephen R covey
Habit 1 of Seven habits by Stephen R covey
Habit 1 of Seven habits by Stephen R covey
Habit 1 of Seven habits by Stephen R covey
Habit 1 of Seven habits by Stephen R covey
Habit 1 of Seven habits by Stephen R covey
Habit 1 of Seven habits by Stephen R covey
Habit 1 of Seven habits by Stephen R covey
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Habit 1 of Seven habits by Stephen R covey

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  • 1. Group 1 Habit 1 • • • • • Usman Ali Zeeshan Altaf Usman Abdul Sattar Muhammad shoaib Waqas Ali
  • 2. Presentation at a glance • Importance of becoming effective, effectiveness can be learnt. • Habits shape us, so, adopt productive habits. • Build trust in relationship. • Learn habits of Private/public victory
  • 3. Inside-out • The 'Inside-Out' approach to personal and interpersonal effectiveness means to start first with self; even more fundamentally, to start with the most inside part of self. With your paradigms, your character, and your motives.
  • 4. The key for success for living Character ethics Personality ethics
  • 5. How do we decide between character and personality ethics ?
  • 6. The Power of a Paradigm • A paradigm is : – A frame of reference, a model – A perception, assumption – A mental map
  • 7. Being Is Seeing Be  See  Think  Feel  Behave • We cannot change our seeing without changing our being
  • 8. The Maturity continuum Interdependence Independence Dependence
  • 9. Habit 1: Be Proactive
  • 10. • “You are Respons-able: able to choose • Your Respons!”
  • 11. The Habit of Personal Vision • The Four Human Endowments: • • • • Self-Awareness Imagination Conscience Independent Will
  • 12. I know of no more encouraging fact than the unquestionable ability of man to elevate his life by conscious endeavor. Henry David Thoreau
  • 13. Proactive Behavior Freedom Stimulus to Choose Response
  • 14. Reactive Behavior Stimulus Response
  • 15. Where do you fall? Very Very Reactive Proactive How could you be more proactive?
  • 16. Take the initiative • The responsibility to make things happen.
  • 17. Take the initiative • Act or be acted upon • The difference between the people who take initiative and who don’t is like the difference between Day and Night….
  • 18. Listening to our language Reactive Proactive
  • 19. Circle of Concern Circle of influence
  • 20. The “have’s” and The “Be's” HAVE’S • The circle of concern is filled with the Have’s.  “If I had my degree...”  “If I could just have more time to my self…”
  • 21. BE’S • The circle of influence is filled with the Be’s.  I can be more wise.  I can be more friendly.
  • 22. Consequences and mistakes While shifting our life focus to circle of concern we need to consider two things. 1. consequences 2. mistakes
  • 23. Making and keeping commitments • Our ability to make and keep commitments • The commitments we make to ourselves and to others set a goal and work to achieve it
  • 24. The thirty days test
  • 25. Sow a thought, reap an action Sow an action, reap a habit Sow a habit, reap a character Sow a character, reap a destiny
  • 26. “ If you're proactive, you don't have to wait for circumstances or other people to create perspective expanding experiences. You can consciously create your own” Covey, Stephen R.

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