7 Habits of Highly Effective Teens- Stephen Huggard

7 Habits of Highly Effective Teens- Stephen Huggard
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  • Habit 5: Seek First to understand, Then to be Understood
  • hmmm maybe you could try talking to her about it and ask her how you 2 can fix it. Don't forget I'm always here for you.
  • Me and my wife are having problems....
  • Habit 7: Sharpen the Saw
  • Work was pretty bad but I'm not gonna let that ruin my whole day.
  • Habit 6: Synergize
  • Seek first to understand, then to be understood means to listen first talk second. You have 2 ears and 1 mouth use them accordingly means to listen more than you talk. 7% of communication is words, 53% of communication is body language, and 40% of communication is tone, so pay attention to more then just words. Mirroring is repeating back in  your own words what the other person is saying 
  • Habit 5-In Action
  • Hmm so you and your friend aren't getting along? Maybe you could try talking about it or apologize for arguing.
  • Me and my best friend have been arguing and having problems could you give me any advice to fix our relationship?
  • This habit is all about helping you deal with stress and problems. This habit is about balancing all 4 areas body, mind , heart, and soul. To care for your body you have to listen to your body and be moderate. A few ways to care for your mind are reading, writing, and traveling. The best way to nourish your heart is focusing on building relationships. A few ways to feed your soul is to meditate, draw, pray, and think deeply.
  • Habit 7-In Action
  • I'm so glad I came here, it's so stress relieving.
  • Synergy is when 2 or more people work together to make a better solution. To celebrate differences you must shun diversity, tolerate diversity, and celebrate diversity. Shunners- afraid of diversity, tolarators- you do you I do me, and celebrators- value differences see them as advantages. Ignorance, cliques, and prejudice, are all roadblocks to celebrating diversity.
  • Habit 6-In Action
  • This habit has helped me help people by listening and learn not to mimic but mirror. This habit has also helped me explain how to listen to people. Finally, this habit has taught me the value of listening and what i can do for people. 
  • This habit taught me how to deal with life's stresses and problems. This habit greatly impacted me by teaching me how to calm down in certain situations. I've been implementing this habit into my life by reading more, occasionally meditating, praying, and building relationships.
  • This habit taught me how to work together with people better. I've implemented this habit into my life by trying to get rid of ignorance, cliques, and prejudice. In history class we are doing a group project and this habit has taught me to how to relay information better and that not all people are bad.
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