7 habits of highly effective teens
your view of the world based on knowledge and experience
three questions that are answered by a _____________: what do I value, what are my talents, what are my goals?
was defeated for public office 6 times, failed in business 2 times, and had a nervous breakdown
the intersection of knowledge, skills, and desire is Covey's definition of a _________.
your__________ is risk-free
the only place you'll reach your full potential
putting first things first takes___________.
according to Covey, our lives should be centered on__________.
you must care more about what you think of you to overcome________________.
conflicts between doing the right things and the easier things
Ourselves, others, the world
we have paradigms about these three things:
Ignoring, pretending, selective, attentive, empathy
the levels of listening are:
the____________ is where we view ourselves
another name for compromise
jealousy of a friend's good fortune
taking responsibility for your life
being responsible for yourself
____________is composed of the words we say, body language, and the sounds we make
seeing how others view the world
living according to our values
delegation (help someone else)
the second principle of organization
having the freedom and ability to choose our response is being ____________.
being happy for a friend's good fortune is________________.
being_________is based on feelings that are aroused because of conditions
we all have different__________.
Covey suggests that we should be centered on____________.
the first principle of organization is ___________.
the art, science and practice of getting better control over the entire 24 hours in you day to create personal balance and increase productivity
wisely or not so wisely
two ways to spend your time:
time is the______________. We all get the same hours each day
the measurement of what you accomplish each day. Includes all our successes throughout the entire 24 house of every day, in each and every dimension of our lives
quadrant 1 of Time Quadrant; urgent and important, leads to stress & anxiety, burnouts, & mediocre performances,
quadrant 2 of Time Quadrant; important, not urgent, leads to good time management, control in your life, balance, and high performance, you want to spend the most time in this quadrant
quadrant 3 of Time Quadrant; urgent, not important, tries to please others, you say yes to activities that take time away from achieving your goals, leads to reputation of being a pleaser, a lack of discipline, and feeling like a doormat
quadrant 4 of Time Quadrant; not urgent, not important, leads to lack of responsibility, guilt, and flakiness; shrink time in this quadrant by watching less TV, video games, etc.
most important things you need to accomplish
totem-pole; when you or someone else wins in the problem and the other loses in the end; trying to get ahead at expense of the other; become jealous and envious when something good happens to someone close to you
doormat; you get walked on; you are peacemaker; you have low expectations, easily give in to peer pressure, hide true feelings
downward spiral; "If I'm going down, then you're going down with me, sucker"; revenge; usually happens when 2 win-lose get together, "Get Back At"
All-You-Can-Eat Buffet; you believe everyone can win; want others to succeed with you; work together to reach goals; compromise
a process that lets us work together and achieve more than we would working by ourselves
we sharpen the saw_________; exercise, nutrition, rest
we sharpen the saw_________; reading, writing, analyzing, planning
we sharpen the saw_________; meditation, inspirational activities
we sharpen the saw_________; strengthening relationships; emotional bank account
goals that are met by an alternative
what you give up in order to have an alternative