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    According to my Seven Habits Profile, I scored high in “Begin with an End in Mind.” I have the ability see where a project, team member or organization is and visualize the steps it needs to take to be successful. I pride myself in being able to make goals within my position and determine a route for success. I routinely take time to think and research various ideas that I believe will be beneficial for my position, team members and organization. I regularly relay my vision with my team members at meetings, in discussions and via email. In both my personal and professional life, I work to adapt to situations as required. With my team members, I understand that I need to adjust my leadership style according to each person. I currently have team members who have varying levels of need. Some team members need direction, while others need coaching. I also have some team members who I can entrust to do their assigned tasks with minimal direction. I must be able to adapt to the needs of my team members for us to ultimately be successful.…

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    HABITS HARNESSED- PREPARING YOURSELF USING CORE REASON THAT IS IMMEASURABLY MEANINGFUL! (PART 4) “Your net worth to the world is usually determined by what remains after your bad habits are subtracted from your good ones.” -Benjamin Franklin SWITCHING from bad habits to good habits: Never under estimate the power of repetition, especially of negative actions, that you keep repeating on a daily basis. What appears insignificant or seems inconsequential at present, has the potential to change you…

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    Success isn’t so much about your goals, but creating the habits/systems you'll do every day. (Remember this, how we live our days is how we live our lives.) Writing down your goal is great, but even better is to write down what system you'll use to accomplish that goal (e.g. “I will do this X times a day for each day in the year and keep the checklist on my desk.”). Have a routine you do no matter what. Create good habits that will add up over time. That also means identifying which habit will…

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    felt more comfortable with my study routine. Studying is something you don 't inherit it takes the time to develop a good study habit that works for you. The motivation to study is your decision you can’t force someone to do it. It depends on what you plan on gaining from studying and do you have a goal. The goal is to get good grades. Have you ever wondered why people who don’t study seem to pass the test with no problems? Well, I wasn’t one of those people in high school honestly…

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    academic endeavors. I believe that is it possible to learn to combat some my bad habits when it comes to studying and building a sound itinerary for my academic future. High school did not prepare me for “the real world” the world of working professionals. It did not arm me with the skills necessary to succeed in college and beyond, nor did it direct me to tools where I look for those skills on my own. I accumulated good factual knowledge in the areas of sciences and liberal arts, but no good…

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    The Process Of Getting Rid of a Bad Habit Everyone has their own bad habits that they wish to change such as, nails biting, interrupting others while talking, not respecting appointments and of course the worst of them all; smoking. Those norms are all bad habits that might seem hard to get rid of, but for successful people it is never impossible for them to get rid of any bad habit in their life. The process of kicking a bad habit from our lives demonstrates certain points that people…

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    The book “Changing for Good: A Revolutionary Six-Stage Program for Overcoming Bad Habits and Moving Your Life Positively Forward” is a revolutionary program that used sciences and research to help people dealing with bad habits they would like to stop such as smoking, drinking and overeating. Through my group session I will be focusing on what happens when we change. I will also will be explaining the different stages of change and what happens people should expect during each stage. For…

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    Gambling Opening Statement

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    [Opening statement] Human habit is good or evil depending on the cultural and community views. [Background] However, a habit negatively affects the loss of property and the spirit not only of oneself but also of others, it is obvious that a bad habit needs to be eliminated, although it is not easy to throw away because people who are entangled in this habit if they repeat it many times, they will become addicted. Gambling is one of the most common unwelcome habits in society. [Thesis statement]…

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    The Author’s View Habit can be replaced, but can’t be removed or deleted. Through his book ‘The Power of Habit’, Charles Duhigg explains his view toward habit and how it could affect a person or even an organisation. Duhigg believes that habit is formed by three different steps, which are cue, routine, and reward. According to Duhigg and his book, cue is a trigger that sets human brain to automatic mode to do the usual habit and which habit to be used, routine is the physical or mental or…

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    Junior's Habits

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    People have many habits that they have throughout their life, many have the habit of biting their nails when they’re nervous. Another example would be to follow the appropriate paths in life that will give them the best in life. However, the three habits that Junior achieved throughout the book are habits that improved his life. In the book, The Absolutely True Diary of a Part-Time Indian is about a young teenage boy named Junior who is being brought down by the past lives of his family members…

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