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The 7 habits highly effective teens slide presentation for PUC student

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Stephen R. Covey's book, The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People®, has been a top-seller for the simple reason that it ignores trends and pop psychology for proven principles of fairness, integrity, honesty, and human dignity. Celebrating its fifteenth year of helping people solve personal and professional problems, this special anniversary edition includes a new foreword and afterword written by Covey exploring the question of whether the 7 Habits are still relevant and answering some of the most common questions he has received over the past 15 years.

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The 7 habits highly effective teens slide presentation for PUC student

  1. 1. Group 30 1. Keo Song 47764 6. Pich Panha 74416 2. Lean Sreynich 66728 7. Porng Kuychheng 67206 3. Mao Sovithyea 65990 8. Sorn Piseth 65597 4. Sam Sanstar 51467 5. Khan Chanphanith 54808 Subject : Personal Growth and Development Instructor: Dr. Kol Pheng The 7 HABITS of Highly Effective Teens – Sean COVEY
  2. 2. I Am the Force Habit I Be Proactive
  3. 3. Proactive Person  Are not easily offended  Take responsibility for their choices  Think before they act  Bounce back when something bad happens  Always find a way to make it happen  Focus on things they can do something about, and don’t worry about things they can’t
  4. 4. Reactive Person  Are easily offended  Blame others  Get angry and say things they later regret  Whine and complain  Wait for things to happen to them  Change only when they have to
  5. 5. Say no to Reactive
  6. 6. CHOICE IS YOURS
  7. 7. Habit II Begin with the End in Mind
  8. 8.  You have to set your goal before you go.  You are the drivers of you life and you have to draw your way to go.  Taking Control of your Destiny.  You have to think the positives and negatives consequence for what you plan to do.  The way you choose will be affect to your future.
  9. 9. CROSSROADS OF LIFE  The Paths you choose today can be shape you forever.
  10. 10. What About Friend?  Friend can have influence on you.  Sometime we better have no friend rather than to have the wrong friend.  The paths that you had said will influence by your Friend.  What type of friend do you want to have?
  11. 11. What About sex?  It is the important decision with huge consequence  We are free to choose our paths, but we can’t choose the consequence which come with them.  The consequence of your action will be affect of your future life.
  12. 12. What About school?  You have to decide which school will be shape your future in the major way.  Which school will you choose?
  13. 13. A Personal Mission Statement  More you find out for your own personal mission statement is more you can shape your goal.  Write the personal mission statement is like you had prepare or set your plan to do.
  14. 14. Getting Started on your Mission Statement  Method#1: The Quote Collection. Collect one to five of your very favorite quotes onto one sheet of paper.  Method#2: The Brain Dump. Speed write about your mission for fifteen minutes.  Method#3: The Retreat. Plan a large chunk of time, like an entire afternoon.  Method#4: The big Lazy. If you’re really lazy, use the U.S Army’s slogan “Be all that you can be.
  15. 15. Habit III Put first things first
  16. 16.  The Habit 3 of Will Power ( The Strength to say yes to your most important thing ).  The Habit 3 of Won’t Power ( the strength to say no to less important thing and to peer pressure).
  17. 17. Packing More Into Your LIFE -The better you organize yourself, the more you’ll able to pack in- more time for join your life style. -Especially important thing between important and urgent . -We spend our time in four different time quadrants.
  18. 18. The time quadrants
  19. 19.  Quadrant 1: The procrastinator -Thing that are both urgent and important. There will always be Q1 thing that we can’t control and that must get done, like helping a sick Child or meeting an important deadline. Quadrant 2 : the Prioritizer -Q2 is made of the thing that are important but, not urgent.
  20. 20.  Quadrant 3: The yes Man - Q3 represents thing that are urgent but not important. - It is characterized by trying to please other people and responding to their every desire. Quadrant 4 : The Slacker - Q4 is the category of waste and excess. These actives are neither urgent nor important.
  21. 21.  Pick Up A Planner: -Planner of some sort that has calendar to write down appointments assignment, to do list, and goals. Plan weekly - Step1: Identify your big rocks. - Step 2 : Block out time for your big rock - Step 3 : Schedule everything Else .
  22. 22.  Adapt Daily: - Weekly plan in place, adapt each day as needed.  Does it really work ? -You bet it does..  The Other Half: -Time Management isn’t all there is to Habit. It’s only other half is learning to overcome fear and peer pressure.
  23. 23. Think Win-Win  Think Win-Win is an attitude toward life, a mental frame of mind that says I can win, and so you can. It’s not me or you, it’s both of us.
  24. 24. Win-Lose-The Totem Pole  Win-Lose is an attitude toward life that says the pie of success is only so big. It is competitive and comparing.
  25. 25. Lose-Win-The Doormat  Lose-Win is an attitude you’ll find yourself setting like low expectations and compromising your standards again and again.
  26. 26. Lose-Lose-The Downward Spiral  Lose-Lose says, “If I’m going to down, then you’re going to down with me, sucker.”
  27. 27. Win-Win-The All-You-Can-Eat Buffet  Win-win is a belief everyone can win. It's not either you or me. It's both of us. It's not matter of who gets the biggest piece of pie.
  28. 28. Habit V Seek First To Understand, Then to be understood
  29. 29.  - The key to communication and having power and influence with people can be sum up in these sentence:  • Seek first to understand, then to be understood  • Listen first, and then talk second  - So that mean you can’t trust people who give you solution before they understand what you need.
  30. 30.  - Many people have left out the most important key to communication, which is listening. It is the deepest need of the human heart to be understood. These are the conditions of human need to avoid and need to use :  1.Five poor listening styles:  2.Genuine listening (in the action)  3.Communicating with parent
  31. 31.  1. Five Poor listening styles  Here, these are the 5 types of the poor listening:  A. Spacing out  We ignore people because our mind is wandering off in another way.  B. Pretend listening  We still aren’t paying much attention to the speaker, but at least we pretend to make some insightful comments.
  32. 32.  C. Selective Listening  Pay attention only to the part that interests us  D. Word listening  We listen only to the words (not body language or the true meaning)  Thus, you miss out on what’s really being said  E. Self-centered listening  Happens when we see everything from our own point of view We usually reply in three ways (judge, advise, probe)  • Judging: as we listen to someone, sometime we make judgments about them and what they are saying.  • Advising: this is when we give advice drawn from our own  experience.  • Probing: occurs when you try to dig up emotions before people  are ready to share about them.
  33. 33.  2. Genuine listening:  There are three components of genuine listening:  • First, listen with your eyes, heart, and ears.  • Second, Stand in their shoes.you stand of other people mind and try to understand about them.  • Third, practice mirroring. It’s only reflect of what you  saying in front of mirror
  34. 34.  3.Communication with parents:  If you take the time to understand and listen to your parents, two incredible things will happen.  • First, you’ll gain a greater respect for them  • Second, if you take the time to understand and listen to your parent, you’ll get your way much more often.  So, if they feel that you understand them, they’ll be much more willing to listen to you, and they will much more flexible, and they will trust you more.
  35. 35.  Seeking first to understand requires consideration, but seeking to be understood require courage.  Giving feedback is an important part of seeking to be understood.  • First, you need to ask yourself of the question “Will this feedback really help to you and suitable to you?”.  • Second, you need to change the word “I” instead of “You”. That mean when you want to have critic to someone, you must to think about your feeling to compare with their feeling.
  36. 36. Habit VI Synergize
  37. 37.  “Alone we can do so little; together we can do so much” ~Hellen Keller
  38. 38. What does Synergize mean?  Synergize is achieved when two or more people work together to create a better solution than either could alone.
  39. 39. Synergy is Celebrating differences Teamwork Open-mindedness Finding new and better way Synergy is not Tolerating difference Working independently Thinking you’re always right Compromise
  40. 40. Synergize Is Everywhere  Synergy is everywhere in nature. Many plants and animals live together in symbiotic relationships.  • Synergize is not anything new. A good band is a great examples of synergy.
  41. 41. Celebrating Differences  Synergy doesn’t just happen. It’s a process. Learn to celebrate them.  Since this diversity around you is ever increasing, there are 3 possible approaches that can take: Level 1: Shun diversity Level2: Tolerate diversity Level 3: Celebrate diversity
  42. 42. Teamwork and Synergy  Great teams are usually made up of five or more different types of people: • PLODDERS • FOLLOWERS • INNOVATORS • HARMONIZERS • SHOW- OFFS
  43. 43. Habit VII Sharpen The Saw
  44. 44.  • Habit 7 is all about keeping your personal self“sharp” so that you can better deal with life and so that you feel that you are worth a lot!  • It means renewing and strengthening the four key dimensions of your life. they are body, brain, hart,and soul
  45. 45. Balance Is Better  Why is balance so important? One dimension of life will affect the other three.  To sharpen yourself in a good way is to have balance in all four dimension areas.
  46. 46. Four Dimension Of Your Life Body Heart Soul Brain
  47. 47. Caring For Your Body  • First dimension of life is your body.  • You need to take care of your body, and your body will take care of you.  • Here are the four key ingredients to a healthy body are:  ❖Good sleeping habit  ❖Physical relaxation  ❖Good nutrition  ❖Proper exercise Body
  48. 48. Caring For Your Brain  Second dimension of life is your brain.  • Developing brain power through your schooling, extracurricular activities, hobbies, jobs and other mind-enlarging experiences.  • There are many ways to exercise or sharpen your mind. Brain
  49. 49. Caring For Your Heart  Third dimension of life is your heart.  • The best way to sharpen your heart is to focus on building relationship bank account.  • RBA (Relationship Bank Account) deposits:  ❖Keep promises  ❖Do small acts of kindness  ❖Be loyal  ❖Listen  ❖Say you’re sorry  ❖Set clear expectations Heart
  50. 50. Caring For Your Soul  • The last dimension of life is your soul.  • Your soul is a very private area of your life.  • You can feed your soul in many different ways:  ❖Meditating  ❖Writing in your journal  ❖Reading inspiring book  ❖Thinking deeply Soul

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