7 Habits of Highly Effective Teens- Briana Severinsen

7 Habits of Highly Effective Teens- Briana Severinsen
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  • Habit 2: "Begin with the End in Mind"
  • Just have to pass these classes so I can become a doctor. 12 years of college here I come!
  • Habit  4: "Think Win-Win"
  • Keep going! We're almost there.
  • I'm trying.. I'll try to go faster..
  • Habit 5: "Seek First to Understand, Then to Be Understood"
  • Could the animals in our parks increase?
  • Any questions or comments?
  • What could happen if we removed laws of feeding the ducks or fishing?
  • Develop a clear picture of where you want to go with your life like blue prints before you build a house. The paths you choose today can shape you forever and we are free to choose our paths but we can't choose our consequences. If you go with the flow, you'll end up where the flow goes, which ends you up in unhappiness. In this habit, there are personal mission statements that are like trees with deep roots and they're stable in the ground.
  • Habit 2- In Action
  • We can beat 4"8!
  • Then we can go to state!
  • Think Win-Win is an attitude towards life, a mental frame of mind that says I can win and everyone is equal. Win-lose fills your heart with negativity and one wants to win while the other loses, You'll find yourself setting low expectations with a lose-lose attitude in mind. When you think win-win, both people benefit and the result ends up becoming a mental habit.
  • Habit 4- In Action
  • I only got an 85. You probably did better.
  • Listen before you talk and see things from someone else's point of view because we just want to be understood. People will open up to you when they feel love and understanding. There are 5 types of poor listening styles in which we lose focus or we don't pay attention. The greatest fear most people have is public speaking and seeking to be understood by the public takes courage and the feedback they give helps you understand.
  • Habit 5- In Action
  • I want you to start talking. Rant or something, I'm all ears.
  • Thanks Bri! As i was saying...
  • During this year I started doing XC and it wasn't my favorite thing to do but I made new friends and they told be about the after school track program. I did it for a year and I took a break because of an injury and when I came back, we were deciding what we wanted to do at track meets and I was doing hurdles until I had to try high jump at a meet because no girls were doing and I decided to put an end in my mind. I found that I was good at it, with a PR of 4"4!
  • Whenever I had a test in my algebra class, my friend and I would compete against each other. I don't know if she did but I always thought win-win because even though I got the higher score, I never considered myself a winner and I wanted both of us to pass the class. Eventually  I found out she was thinking win-win too because she got a score higher than me and she gave me a high five and said that I did great.
  • It's okay. We both did great on the test.
  • My friend from New York and I always face time and talk to each other and we talk about a lot of things. I always happen to be talking more than her and she never gets to speak and she looks sad and that's when I knew I had to stop being understood, I have to understand. I told her I wanted to her to talk more and she had a big smile and I've never heard her talk so much and it made me really happy that she gets to be understood.
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