7 habits of highly efficient people

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  • 1. TTHHEE SSEEVVEENN HHAABBIITTSS PPAARRAADDIIGGMMIInntteerrddeeppeennddeennccSeek First toUnderstand Then to beUnderstoodeePUBLICVICTORYSynergizeThink Win/WinIInnddeeppeennddeenncceePut FirstThings FirstPRIVATEVICTORYBeProactiveBegin withthe End in MindDDeeppeennddeenncceeSharpen the Saw

2. 2FOUR DIMENSIONS OF RENEWALPPHHYYSSIICCAALLExercise, Nutrition,Stress ManagementMMEENNTTAALLReading, Visualizing,Planning, WritingSSOOCCIIAALL//EEMMOOTTIIOONNAALLService, Empathy,Synergy, Intrinsic SecuritySSPPIIRRIITTUUAALLValue Clarification& Commitment, Study& Meditation 3. 3THE UPWARD SPIRALCommit Learn DoCommitDo LearnLearnDoLearnCommitDo Commit 4. Independent4PROACTIVE MODELFFrreeeeddoommttooSSttiimmuulluuss RReessppoonnsseeCChhoooosseeSelf-AwarenessImagination ConscienceWill 5. 5LLoossee//WWiinnLLooww HHiigghhWWiinn//WWiinnLLoossee//LLoossee WWiinn//LLoosseeCCOONNSSIIDDEERRAATTIIOONNLLooww HHiigghhCCOOUURRAAGGEE 6. 6LEVELS OF COMMUNICATIONHHiigghhTTRRUUSSTTSynergistic (Win/Win)Respectful (Compromise)Defensive (Win/Lose or Lose/Win)CCOOOOPPEERRAATTIIOONNLLoowwLLooww HHiigghh 7. 7PARADIGM SHIFTSA BREAK FROMTRADITIONAL WISDOMTOWARD7 HABITS PRINCIPLESHabit 1 We are a product of our environmentand upbringing.Habit 2 Society is the source of our values.Habit 3 Reactive to the tyranny of the urgent.Acted upon by the environment.Habit 4 Win-lose.One-sided benefit.Habit 5 Fight, flight, or compromise whenfaced with conflict.Habit 6 Differences are threats.Independence is the highest value.Unity means sameness.Habit 7 Entropy.Burnout on one track - typically work.We are a product of our choices to ourenvironment and upbringing.Values are self-chosen and providefoundation for decision making. Valuesflow out of principles.Actions flow from that which isimportant.Win-win.Mutual benefit.Communication solves problems.Differences are values and areopportunities for synergy.Continuous self-renewal and self-improvement. 8. 8BE PROACTIVEI can forgive, forget, and letgo of past injusticesIm aware that Im responsibleIm the creative force of my lifeI choose my attitude,emotions, and moods 9. 9 10. 10 11. 11 12. 12SEVEN HABITS OFHIGHLY EFFECTIVE PEOPLEEFFECTIVE PEOPLE INEFFECTIVE PEOPLEHHAABBIITT 11Be Proactive.Proactive people takeresponsibility for their ownlives. They determine theagendas they will followand choose their responseto what happens aroundthem.Be Reactive.Reactive people dont takeresponsibility for their ownlives. They feel victimized,a product ofcircumstances, their past,and other people. They donot see as the creativeforce of their lives. 13. EFFECTIVE PEOPLE INEFFECTIVE PEOPLE13SEVEN HABITS OFHIGHLY EFFECTIVE PEOPLEBegin with the End inMind. These people usepersonal vision, correctprinciples, and their deepsense of personal meaningto accomplish tasks in apositive and effective way.They live life based onself-chosen values and areguided by their personalmission statement.Begin with No End inMind. These people lackpersonal vision and havenot developed a deepsense of personal meaningand purpose. They havenot paid the price todevelop a missionstatement and thus livelife based on societysvalues instead of self-chosenvalues.HHAABBIITT 22 14. EFFECTIVE PEOPLE INEFFECTIVE PEOPLE14SEVEN HABITS OFHIGHLY EFFECTIVE PEOPLEHHAABBIITT 33Put First Things First.These people exercisediscipline, and they planand execute according topriorities. They also walktheir talk and spendsignificant time inQuadrant II.Put Second Things First.These people are crisismanagers who are unableto stay focused on high-leveragetasks because oftheir preoccupation withcircumstances, their past,or other people. They arecaught up in the thick ofthin things and are drivenby the urgent. 15. EFFECTIVE PEOPLE INEFFECTIVE PEOPLE15SEVEN HABITS OFHIGHLY EFFECTIVE PEOPLEHHAABBIITT 44Think Win-Win.These people have anabundance mentality andthe spirit of cooperation.They achieve effectivecommunication and hightrust levels in theirEmotional Bank Accountswith others, resulting inrewarding relationshipsand greater power toinfluence.Think Win-Lose or Lose-Win. These people have ascarcity mentality and seelife as a zero-sum game.They have ineffectivecommunication skills andlow trust levels in theirEmotional Bank Accountswith others, result-ing in adefensive mentality andadversarial feelings. 16. EFFECTIVE PEOPLE INEFFECTIVE PEOPLE16SEVEN HABITS OFHIGHLY EFFECTIVE PEOPLEHHAABBIITT 55Seek First to Understand,Then to Be Understood.Through perceptiveobservation and empathiclistening, these non-judgmentalpeople areintent on learning theneeds, interests, andconcerns of others. Theyare then able tocourageously state theirown needs and wants.Seek First to Be Understood.These people put forth theirpoint of view based solelyon their auto-biography andmotives, without attemptingto understand others first.They blindly prescribewithout first diagnosing theproblem. 17. EFFECTIVE PEOPLE INEFFECTIVE PEOPLE17SEVEN HABITS OFHIGHLY EFFECTIVE PEOPLEHHAABBIITT 66Synergize.Effective people knowthat the whole is greaterthan the sum of the parts.They value and benefitfrom differences inothers, which results increative cooperation andteam-work.Compromise, Fight, or Flight.Ineffective people believethe whole is less than thesum of the parts. They tryto clone other people intheir own image. Differencesin others are looked upon asthreats. 18. EFFECTIVE PEOPLE INEFFECTIVE PEOPLE18SEVEN HABITS OFHIGHLY EFFECTIVE PEOPLEHHAABBIITT 77Sharpen the Saw.Effective people areinvolved in self-renewaland self-improvement inthe physical, mental,spiritual, and social-emotionalareas, whichenhance all areas off theirlife and nurture the othersix habits.Wear Out the Saw.Ineffective people fallback, lose their interest,and get disordered. Theylack a program of self-renewaland self-improvementandeventually lose the cuttingedge they once had. 19. 19CIRCLE OFINFLUENCE 20. 20CIRCLE OFINFLUENCE 21. 21SEVEN PRINCIPLES UPONWHICH THE SEVEN HABITS ARE BASEDThe Seven HHaabbiittss cceenntteerr oonnttiimmeelleessss aanndd uunniivveerrssaall pprriinncciipplleessooff ppeerrssoonnaall,, iinntteerrppeerrssoonnaall,,mmaannaaggeerriiaall,, aanndd oorrggaanniizzaattiioonnaalleeffffeeccttiivveenneessss.. LLiisstteedd bbeellooww aarree tthheesseevveenn pprriinncciipplleess uuppoonn wwhhiicchh tthheeSSeevveenn HHaabbiittss aarree bbaasseedd--pprriinncciipplleesswwhhiicchh aarree iinn oouurr cciirrccllee ooff iinnfflluueennccee.. 22. SEVEN PRINCIPLES UPONWHICH THE SEVEN HABITS ARE BASED1. The principle of continuous learning, of self-reeducation22- the discipline that drives ustoward the values we believe in. Such constantlearning is required in todays world, in light ofthe fact that many of us can expect to work inup to five radically different fields before weretire.2. The principle of service, of giving oneself toothers, of helping to facilitate other peopleswork. 23. SEVEN PRINCIPLES UPONWHICH THE SEVEN HABITS ARE BASED3. The principle of staying positive andoptimistic, radiating positive energy - includingavoiding the four emotional cancers (criticisingcomplain- ing, comparing, and competing).4. The principle of affirmation of others - treating23people as proactive individuals who havegreat potential.5. The principle of balance - the ability to identifyour various roles and to spend appropriateamounts of time in, and focus on, all theimpor- tant roles and dimensions of our life.Success in one area of our life cannotcompensate for neglect or failure in otherareas of our life. 24. 6. The balance of spontaneity and serendipity -the ability to experience life with a sense ofadventure, excitement, and fresh rediscovery,instead of trying to find a serious side tothings that have no serious side.7. The principle of consistent self-renewal andself- improvement in the four dimensions of oneslife: physical, mental, spiritual, and social-emotional.24SEVEN PRINCIPLES UPONWHICH THE SEVEN HABITS ARE BASED 25. 25PYRAMID OF INFLUENCETEACHINGRELATIONSHIPEXAMPLE 26. 26KKnnoowwlleeddggee(what to, why to)DDeessiirree(want to)SSkkiillllss(how to)HHAABBIITTSSEFFECTIVE HABITS 27. CHARACTER Integrity Maturity Abundance Mentality InterdependencyCOMPETENCE Technical skills Qualifications Knowledge ExperienceJJUUDDGGEEMMEENNTT 27 28. 28FFOOUURR UUNNIIQQUUEEHHUUMMAANN EENNDDOOWWMMEENNTTSS11.. SSeellff--aawwaarreenneessss22.. CCoonnsscciieennccee33.. IImmaaggiinnaattiioonn44.. WWiillllppoowweerr 29. 29FOUR UNIQUE HUMANENDOWMENTS11.. SSeellff--AAwwaarreenneessssWe begin to become self-aware andexplore the programs we are living out. Wecome to realize that we stand apart from ourpro-gramming and can even examine it. Wealso realize that between stimulus andresponse, we have the freedom to choose.This self-awareness then leads to the abilityto look at other unique endowments in oursecret life. 30. FOUR UNIQUE HUMANENDOWMENTSOur conscience is our internal sense ofright and wrong, our moral nature. It is thegreater harmonizer and balance wheel ofall the principles that govern our behaviour.Our conscience gives us a sense of thedegree to which our thoughts and actions arein harmony with our principles.3022.. CCoonnsscciieennccee 31. 31FOUR UNIQUE HUMANENDOWMENTS33.. PPoowweerr ooff IImmaaggiinnaattiioonnWe can visit the power of the mind tocreate or to imagine that which does not existnow. In that imagination lie our faith and ourhope for the future. We look at what ispossible, what we can envision. 32. 32FOUR UNIQUE HUMANENDOWMENTS44.. WWiillllppoowweerr oorr IInnddeeppeennddeenntt WWiillllWillpower refers to our determination,our resoluteness - our ability to act basedsolely on our self-awareness. We askourselves, Am I really willing to to thedistance on my mission statement? Am Iwilling to walk my talk? Am I really willingto put first things first in spite of externaldistractions and pressures? Am I going tolive a life of total integrity? 33. 33BASIC CHARACTERISTICS OFGOOD MISSIO