7 Habits of Highly Effective Teens- Bella Ehrhardt

7 Habits of Highly Effective Teens- Bella Ehrhardt
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  • Habit 7 "Sharpen The Saw"
  • Ayeee, you want a drink?
  • No thanks... uh I have to drive home.
  • Habit 4 "Think Win-Win"
  • Nice job! We both made our baskets.
  • Habit 3 "Put First Things First"
  • Mom.. Can Marissa come over after I clean my room?
  • Marissa give me the answers to this so Gavin thinks I'm smart
  • Your key dimensions are your brain, body, heart, and soul and it is challenging but important to care for them and keep them balanced. what gets in the way is eating, stress, pressure from society, and drugs and alcohol, but you can overcome these by exercising, listening to your body, remembering that no one is perfect, and taking time to really think about the decisions you're making. The things you should focus on are learning, socializing, relaxing, and fun activities. A suggestion is to have a journal and put all your thoughts in it so it might become your place of expression and self-awareness.
  • Habit 7 "Sharpen The Saw"
  • she's cute but everyone says she's dumb
  • Think Win-Win is the belief that everyone is equal and should get along; it is suggested that everyone should have this attitude. Most people think Lose-Win setting low expectations for themselves, Lose-Lose only caring that their peers fail, or Win-Lose thinking only they should win. Competing and comparing keep you from thinking Win-Win because you feel you must be above someone else and/or everyone around you  is better. The benefits of thinking Win-Win is it brings good feelings, make your heart happy, and you more confident instead  jealous or rude so you're liked by many.
  • Habit 4 "Think Win-Win"
  • Sorry but only I can win
  • Will-Power is the strength to say yes to the important things and Won't-Power is the strength to say no to non-urgent things. The procrastinator, the yes-man, and the slacker are 3 of the types of people you don't want to be because they put things off, try to please others, and lack responsibility. The Prioritizer, however, is who you should strive to be because they look at what they have to do and make sure to get the important tasks done first. Using a calendar can remind you of the plans you might forget and to take time for your "big rocks".
  • Habit 3 "Put First Things First"
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  • Have you gotten your homework done Isabella, or have you been on that phone all day
  • I had a hard time with my key  dimensions in the past and my mindset was that I had to be like everyone else and I must succeed in every way, shape, and form. This year I started telling myself too get away from that to focus on being myself and making myself proud as I stay away from negativity. Exercising, socializing, and studying have been my new habits that have kept me from stress, not being confident, and bad decisions so now i am not afraid of who I am.
  • we cannot cheat
  • I do not think Win-Win as much as I should, however when I do, it makes me feel more confident about myself and happier for others around me. When I think Win-Win, more people open up to me and my friends are happier as well because it makes situations positive. I am going to start having this attitude more often so I can better myself and my peers to become less cocky  and stressed, yet more successful.
  • I've started putting first things first in the past 2 months and it has made me organized which helps accomplish more. I now have a balanced schedule I remember for when I will do things like homework, hangout with friends, and eat meals in between schooling and practice. When I'm not on my schedule or I forget my responsibility, I notice how much stressful and harder it is to get what I want done and I procrastinate.
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