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  1. 1. Think win-win p.145-1621. Write your definition of win-win thinking. Once you have your description,share it with a friend. Use examples from your own life.2 It is hardest for me to think win-win when? It is easiest for me to think win-win when? When I practice win-win thinking, I enjoy the following benefits?3. Write about an experience where you had a win-lose mentality. How did youfeel about it? Would you do things differently now?4. Write about an experience where you practiced lose-win or someone acted in alose-win way toward you. How did you feel?5. List a specific situation that you may face in the next seven days that willrequire win-win thinking? How will you prepare yourself to think win-win? Laterrecord the experience as it actually happened. Write what the experience taughtyou about thinking win-win.6. How would you read word the baby steps?7. Do you always think win-win when you are in a situation that you may requirewin-lose?8. Would you always consider the win-win thinking?9. Would you start to think different now that you know about the steps andhow to reach the goals?10.Can you name all the steps?

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