Are you really not going to come with us becauase you have stupid homework?
Im sorry but my homework is more important than that.
Habit 4: "Think Win-Win"
This is a Win-Win! Both me and you can win!
Habit 1 is all about being proactive and ways to be proactive. It teaches you to be proactive in situations like making choices in life based on values. Habit 1 also teaches you to use proactive language than using reactive language like instead of "i'll try" say "i'll do it". Habit 1 also shows that being proactive can pay off in the future like not being offended easily.
Habit 1: "Be Proactive"
Habit 3 teaches us about putting the most important things first, anything less important can wait.Habit 3 also shows us to have the will power to say yes to the most important things and have the wont power to say no to the less important things and peer pressure. Habit 3 also tells us about the procrastinator, the prioritizer,the yes-man, and the slacker; the best one to be is the prioritizer. Finally, habit 3 also suggests that we use a weekly planner because it will remind us of the more important things we need to do.
Habbit 3: "Putting first things first"
Think Win-Win is an attitude towards life that says i can win, and so can you. Think Win-Win begins with a belief that we are all equal and that life isn't about a competition. Win-Win isn't Win-Lose, Lose-Win, or Lose-Lose; Win-Win benefits you and someone else. When you think Win-Win it might end up good or nothing will really happen but that still isn't bad.
Habit 4: "Think Win-Win"
Here You Go Sir
I Have been proactive if someone "shakes me up" I'm like what, nothing will happen, people try to get in my head but I don't let it happen. I have also used proactive language when my mom said I had to get a "B" in math, I did it. Also when my friend was having a bad day and tried to rub it off on me, I said "Im not going to let you bad mood rub off on me."
I Have been putting the most important things first such as studying for my math EOC instead of hanging out with my friends. I have also had the Won't Power when someone tried to peer pressure me into saying something mean to someone. I also stopped being a Yes-Man because this habit taught me that being a Yes-Man isn't good.
I have started to have a Win-Win mind set because when I let someone else with it makes me feel good. When I have done community service it felt good because I'm helping others. When you think Win-Win it makes me feel happy and it also does for others who think Win-Win.