7 habits of highly effective people

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7 habits of highly effective people

  1. 1. W.G. Clifford
  2. 2. Mrugesh Bhatt HOD-Ops&CTS
  3. 3.  Effectiveness with our self and with other is based upon how individual Character and not on quick fix formula’s or manipulative techniques.  How we can cope up with our day to day challenges and how we can overcome and rise above our present circumstances.  Implementing 7 habit of highly effective people and help to create happier and more rewarding home and work life with rich and meaningful relationship.
  4. 4.  The essential purpose of the 7 habit of highly effective people is to learn how to lead your life in truly effective and successful way. What it is not  Not quick fix  Program of the month
  5. 5.  It is the process of personal and interpersonal growth and development that will require not only your continuing best effort but also your patience u see u must pay the price over an extended period of time to fully reap the benefits of this habits by applying this effort you can expect to increase your capacity to achieve your personal and professional goal and to develop better working relationship with your associates and all of your loved one’s.
  6. 6.  For our purposes we will define the habit in three intersection of Knowledge, Skill and Desire. Knowledge-:  What to do?  Why to do? Skill-:  How to do?
  7. 7. Desire-:  The Want to do?  It is a Simple common sense  Remember what is commonsense is not always common practice.  So I encourage you to put forth the time and effort as well as focus on the kind of changes you can make consistently overtime to develop these habits.
  8. 8.  Wanted to learn the success idea.in 1976  150 yrs Success fulite  Principle  Integrity-Honesty  Fidelity-Faithfulness and Loyalty  Courage-Brave  Responsibility-Person or thing for which one is responsible  Justice-Fairness  Compassion-Be merciful  Service-Doing of Work for Another.
  9. 9.  Societal forces  Agri to industry  Way from Character to Personality  Now Industry to information  Pronounced new shift from once again to character ethic.  Because
  10. 10.  Principle those are central to character ethics  It focuses like a technique  Personality Ethic-: Tip of ice burg  Character Ethic-: Mass is below the water  This material focuses Inside Outside
  11. 11.  Dependence- you take care of me?  Independent-I can do it…  Interdependence-We can do it  Basic insight-:until you and I are independent we cannot be Interdependence.
  12. 12.  Be Proactive.  Begin with the end in mind.  Put first things first.  Think win-win  First seek to understand and then to be understood.  Synergize  Sharpen the saw
  13. 13. Principles are changeless
  14. 14. Paradigm
  15. 15.  It is a scientific term.  It is the Image we have about the outside world.  I am describing myself and then projecting outside.  Eg. Father, Kid.
  16. 16. Effectiveness
  17. 17.  Result we seek and the asset that produce this result.  High level of Effectiveness not mediocre  Eg. The story of Goose  P-PC Balance
  18. 18.  P (production of desired result)- PC(Production Capability)  P-Golden Egg, PC-Health of Goose  Imp-How to sustain the relationship of all the stake holders?
  19. 19.  Eg. Exercise(How many of us Know about it?)  Eg. Marriage relationship  Eg. Business  Eg. Employee  Ultimate universal Mission Statement is to increase economic well being and quality of life of all stake holders.
  20. 20.  How you can become more productive? DEPOSIT  Courtesy  Keeping Commitment  Kindness
  21. 21. Withdrawal  Discourtesy  Over reacting  Unkindness  Ignoring  Betraying  Violating of Promise  Not fulfilling my commitment to you
  22. 22.  To understand person from within their frame of reference.  Making and keeping up the Promises.(Early psyche).  Simple Kindness-Thank you, Please – What’s your opinion? Can I help you?  In relation Little things are big things.  Loyalty in absence  Giving and Receiving Feedback  Ambiguous Expectation
  23. 23.  Patience  Ability to Apologize  To Forgive and Forget (Snake, A glass)
  24. 24.  SOW A Thought And Reap A Action  Sow A Action And Reap A Habit  Sow A Habit And Reap A Character  Sow A Character And Reap A Destiny
  25. 25.  Habit-1  Taking Individual responsibility for life and choices.  Life is a product of your values not your feeling . Life is the product of your decision not condition.  Be proactive means You take initiative to do whatever necessary to make good things happen. In other word you are the creative force of your own life. (Programmer)
  26. 26. Reactive  Life is the function of feeling, moods, impulses and your anger.  You feel victimized  I am what my past has made it to me.  I am what other have made to me.
  27. 27.  Stimilus  Response  Freedom of choosing the option available.  It is easy to say I am not responsible then to say I am irresponsible.
  28. 28.  Circle of Influence those are things you can do something about.  Proactive  Circle of Concern those  Eg. President dynamic and intelligent.  Eg. A man. 
  29. 29. Things you can’t control circle of influence circle of concern Things you can control or change
  30. 30. Things you CAN’T control or change: • Other people • The weather • Things you did wrong in the past • How other people treat me • Homework Things you CAN control or change: • Your attitude • Your mood • Your reaction to good and bad things that happen • How I treat other people
  31. 31. Begin with the End in Mind
  32. 32. What lies behind us and what lies before us are tiny matters compared to what lies within us -- Oliver Wendell Holme
  33. 33. Funeral
  34. 34.  "Begin with the End in Mind" is based on the principle that all things are created twice. There's a mental or first creation, and a physical or second creation to all things  Take the construction of a home, for example.
  35. 35.  Example-: Most Businesses are failures.  EX-: Trip, Garden, Speech and Clothes
  36. 36.  It's a principle that all things are created twice, but not all first creations are by conscious design.  In our personal lives, if we do not develop our own self-awareness and become responsible for first creations, we empower other people and circumstances outside our Circle or Influence to shape much of our lives by default.
  37. 37.  Warren Bennis, "Management is doing things right; leadership is doing the right things." Management is efficiency in climbing the ladder of success; leadership determines whether the ladder is leaning against the right wall.  Effectiveness -- leadership first and management second.
  38. 38.  Efficient management without effective leadership is, as one individual phrased it, "like straightening deck chairs on the Titanic." No management success can compensate for failure in leadership.  Example-:President
  39. 39. Character- What you want to do? Contribution and Achievement-
  40. 40.  Seek and merit divine help.  Never compromise with honesty.  Remember the people involved.  Hear both sides before judging.  Obtain counsel of others.  Defend those who are absent.  Be sincere yet decisive.  Develop one new proficiency a year.
  41. 41.  Plan tomorrow's work today.  Hustle while you wait.  Maintain a positive attitude.  Keep a sense of humor.  Be orderly in person and in work.  Do not fear mistakes -- fear only the absence of creative, constructive, and corrective responses to those mistakes.
  42. 42.  Facilitate the success of subordinates.  Listen twice as much as you speak.  Concentrate all abilities and efforts on the task at hand, not worrying about the next job or promotion.
  43. 43. 1. It should timeless. 2. It should be with END and MEANS both. 3. To LIVE, LOVE, Be LOVE, Keep Growing and to live legacy.
  44. 44. To Help Individual to set right Priorities in Life
  45. 45. PUT FIRST THING FIRST
  46. 46.  Individual  Husband/Father  Manager New Products  Manager Research  Manager Staff Dev.  Manager Administration  Chairman
  47. 47.  Personal Development  Wife  Mother  Real Estate Salesperson  Sunday School Teacher  Symphony Board Member
  48. 48.  Q-1 urgent n imp  Q-2 not urgent n but imp  Q-3 urgent but not imp  Q-4 not urgent not imp.
  49. 49. Thank You ! Connect with us: www.mastermindindia.in | info@Mastermindindia.in

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