SEVEN HABITS OF HIGHLY EFFECTIVE PEOPLE

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S EVEN HABITS OF HIGHLY EFFECTIVE PEOPLE PPTX BY Manilyn Destaca mento

BE PROACTIVE:

BE PROACTIVE Between stimulus and response in human beings lies the power to choose PORACTIVELY. This means that we are solely responsible for what happens in our lives. It is not fair blaming anything else.

BEGIN WITH THE END IN MIND:

BEGIN WITH THE END IN MIND Imagine your funeral and listen to what you would like to eulogist. This should reveal exactly what matters most to you in your life. Use this frame of reference to make all your day – to – day decisions so that you are working toward pour most meaningful goal

PUT FIRST THINGS FIRST:

PUT FIRST THINGS FIRST To manage our lives effectively, we must keep our mission in mind, understand what is important as well as urgent, and maintain a balance between what we produce each day and our ability to produce in the future. Think of the former as putting out fires and the latter as personal development.

THINK WIN / WIN:

THINK WIN / WIN Agreements or solutions of problems among people can be mutually beneficial if all parties cooperate and begin with the belief in the “third alternative” a better way that has not been thought of yet.

SEEK TO UNDERSTAND, THEN TO BE UNDERSTOOD:

SEEK TO UNDERSTAND, THEN TO BE UNDERSTOOD Most people do not listen. Not really. They listen long enough to device a solution to the speaker’s problem or rejoinder to what is being said. Then, they dive into the conversation. You will be more effective in your relationship with people if you sincerely try to understand them fully before you try to make them understand your point of view.

SYNERGIZE:

SYNERGIZE Just like it sounds like. The whole is greater than any of its parts. In practice, this means you must use “creative cooperation” in social interactions. Value differences because it is often the clash between them that leads to creative solutions.

SHARPEN THE SAW:

SHARPEN THE SAW This is the habit of self- renewal, which has four elements. The first is mental which includes reading, visualizing, planning and writing

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The second is spiritual, which means value clarification and commitment, study, prayer and meditation. The third is social/emotional, which includes service, empathy, synergy and intrinsic security. The fourth is the physical element which includes exercise, nutrition and stress management.

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