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    Put First Things First and Think Win-Win Covey’s habit 3 and 4 are First Things First which is about the practice of priorities in time management in a private victory and habit 4 is Think Win-Win which is about a public victory balancing courage and empathic in relationships. Habit 3 reminds me of putting God first. He is my center and sound principle. Habit 4 is reaching out to my neighbor that is a win-win. I am reminded to love my neighbor as myself. In addition win-win is a excellent way of thinking about my neighbor first. Put First Things First Covey suggests the Quadrant II Tool is the most effective tool for our lives. This quadrant focuses on living from the center of sound principles, which hinge on the our personal mission.…

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    In the book Seven Habits of Highly Effective Teens the author Sean Covey tells you about seven habits that would be good for most teens to start or either keep doing. These habits are Be proactive,Begin with the end in mind,put first things first,Think win-win,Seek first to understand then be understood,Synergize, and Sharpen the saw all of these will help all people but they will help teens more than others. Habit one “Be proactive” Being proactive is an important habit as it is the base for…

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    Stephen Covey marked 7 of the best habits in his book, The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People, which gives the reader a detailed look into what habits they should form in order to succeed and be more effective in their day to day lives. The book is very well written with real world examples and quotes that leave the reader thinking as to how they should implement the 7 habits into their lives. The first habit that Covey writes about is to, “Be Proactive,” meaning to take control of one’s…

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    proactive rather than deactivate, and that listening first rather than being heard first is always for the better. Sean Covey also teaches teenagers to always have the end in mind, and to always think both of you can win. 7 Habits of Highly Effective Teens will teach you how to put important things first, and to have the non important things next. The book will also teach you to synergize with others, which is basically…

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    Convey 7 Habits

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    The 7 habits of highly effective people written by Stephen R. Covey focuses on changing ones self to a more successful person when it comes to relationships. Convey himself recounts times where he used certain habits to gain something. Throughout the book 7 habits are discussed and each of these habits reveal a deeper truth to an everyday life. The first habit discussed is “Be proactive”. In this section Convey tells the story of a man named Victor Frankl, he was a psychiatrist, a jew, and…

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    Covey's Summary

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    soar but after sometime they will hit the slump and then the reputation of the organization will be lost. This does not however mean that production capacity is the only thing that is important. If the so-called capacity is build but it is never used, then there is no value that is added. There further needs to be a balance between actual production and the building production capacity. Finding the right tradeoff is the most important tool that can be used to gauge ones effectiveness. The…

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    knowledge that was shared. In the Seven Habits of Highly Effective People, he lays out seven habits that will avail us all become a more efficacious person and bellwether. The seven habits are be proactive; begin with the end in mind; put first things first; think win-win; seek first to understand, then to be understood; synergize; sharpen the saw. Habit One; Be Proactive First, Steven Covey verbalizes the ability to…

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    1-Be proactive, Habit 2-Begin with the end in mind, Habit 3-Put first things first, The Relationship Bank Account (RBA), Habit 4-Think win-win, Habit 5-Seek first to understand then to be understood, Habit 6-Synergize, and finally Habit 7-Sharpen the saw. The purpose of Covey’s The 7 Habits of Highly Effective Teens is to help teens like me go through some of the hardest years of our life. There will be many times when you get so angry at your parents and you say some…

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    Stephen Covey wrote The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People in hopes to help people see that they are capable of living a successful and productive life. Covey explains each habit in detail and what order they should be completed in. This book brought a lot into prospective for me. I am now fully committed to compare each habit to my life and change my actions to make sure I am living a productive life. The first habit discussed in the book is being proactive. According to Stephen Covey the…

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    Putting first thing first is about going for your goals in habit to it was about setting a goal. When you put first things first you are prioritizing your day ahead of time and not waiting time it's time to do it. In habit three you have for thing two of them are important and the other two are not. For example something important would be making sure you have your work ready before the deadline comes, but something unimportant would be laying in your bed on your phone instead of being up…

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