Sharpen the saw

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this was a class presentation on 7th habit of Stephen Covey's book seven habits of highly effective people in my English language course. me and my group members tried to explain this topic from the help of images.. at the end we also gave the gist of other 6 habits to provide an overall summery of the book.. i hope our effort will provide something helpful to you :)

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Sharpen the saw

  1. 1. Introduction of the author
  2. 2. 1
  3. 3. 2. Private victory
  4. 4. 3. Publicvictory
  5. 5. 4
  6. 6. Sharpen the saw
  7. 7. PHYSICAL DIMENSION
  8. 8. Exercise
  9. 9. Endurance
  10. 10. Flexibility
  11. 11. Strength
  12. 12. Daily Routine Time for exercise
  13. 13. SPIRITUAL DIMENSION
  14. 14. “Listen carefully.”
  15. 15. “Try reaching back.”
  16. 16. “Examine your motives.”
  17. 17. “Write your worries on sand.”
  18. 18. MENTAL DIMENSION
  19. 19. BooksReading
  20. 20. Only class rooms do not provide education. It basically involvesdiscovering yourself andthat is possible through reading literature.
  21. 21. The Social or Emotional Dimension
  22. 22. Social Dimension Focuses onHabit 4 Habit 5 Habit 6
  23. 23. How to communicate efficiently to work together ? Went to him… Exchange Views
  24. 24. Take out a decisionListen to him first.. on which both agree.
  25. 25. Public Victory
  26. 26. Peace of Mind
  27. 27. Interdependent
  28. 28. Sometimes Let Others win…
  29. 29. Serve Humanity
  30. 30. SCRIPTING OTHERS
  31. 31. So this is howpeople say I am! Social Mirror
  32. 32. Scripting Others
  33. 33. Class of Class of Bright DumbChildren Students
  34. 34. GoodTeaching Skills
  35. 35. “Treat a man as he is and he willremain as he is. Treat a man as he can and should be and he will become as he can and should be.”
  36. 36. BALANCE IN RENEWAL
  37. 37. Physical Dimension EconomicsMental Dimension Recognition Social Dimension Human Relationships OrganizationalSpiritual Dimension Integrity
  38. 38. An organization just focus on money making then the talent is neglected.
  39. 39. If the organization only focuses onemotions and relationships then it will lag behind all the other firms in the economic field.
  40. 40. Money is important, just like food is. Butwe don’t live to eat; we eat to live.Similarly we do need money to survivebut not only money to survive.
  41. 41. Economic System of Japan
  42. 42. SYNERGY IN RENEWAL
  43. 43. THE UPWARD SPIRAL
  44. 44. Roots Wings
  45. 45. Be Proactive“I know of no more encouraging fact then the unquestionable ability of man to elevate his life by conscious endeavor.” Henry David Thoreau
  46. 46. Begin with an end in mind “What lies behind us and what liesbefore us are tiny matters compared to what lies within us.” Oliver Wendell Holmes
  47. 47. Put first things first “Things which matter most mustnever be at the mercy of things which matter least.” Goethe
  48. 48. Think Win/Win“We have committed the Golden Rule to memory; let us now commit it to life.” Edwin Markham
  49. 49. Seek first to understand and then to be understood“The heart has its reasons which reason knows not of.” Pascal
  50. 50. Synergize“I take as my guide the hope of a saint: in crucial things, unity- inimportant things, diversity- in allthings, generosity.” George Bush
  51. 51. Sharpen the Saw “Sometimes when I consider what tremendous consequences comefrom little things… I am tempted to think… there are no little things.” Bruce Barton

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