7 Habits of a Highly Effective Teens- Cody Desrosiers

7 Habits of a Highly Effective Teens- Cody Desrosiers

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  • Do the dishes, take out the trash, take the dog out.
  • Habit 5 Seek First to Understand Then to be Understood
  • Habit 6 Synergize
  • Teamwork makes the dream work!
  • Habit 7 Sharpen the Saw
  • How am I supposed to do this? :(
  • I'm going to be late at work so sorry that I'm asking last minute.
  • To boil down this habit to a singular phrase it would be listen first, then talk later. There are four forms communication those being listening, reading, writing, and speaking. You should always avoid spacing out, pretend you're listening, selective listening, word listening and self-centered listening.
  •    Habit 5 Seek First to Understand Then to be Understood
  • Synergy is achieved when two or more people work together to create a better solution. When using synergy, it's important to use teamwork to find better ways of completing a certain task, but you need to be open minded and celebrate differences. To use synergy you need to start seeing differences in people as advantages, this is called "celebrate diversity." If you believe people have the right to be different then you're already on your way to synergy.
  • Habit 6 Synergize
  • 2+2=4
  • Life is a long road with blindsides everywhere, but if you "sharpen the saw" you can better prepare yourself for these parts of life. "Sharpen the saw" is all about balance of the brain, body, heart, and soul. There are many skills that come with "sharpening the saw," such as refusal skills with peer pressure. It's okay to feel depressed sometimes but when your caring for the heart don't mix up depression and just a bad day .
  • Habit 7 Sharpen the Saw
  • This looks bad, but I can make it better!
  • I argue with my parents a lot, but something they and this habit told me was to keep an opinion mind. I did this before learning about this habit, but now I'm fully aware about watching people's eye when they speak because it tells me more than their words ever could. I'm guilty of selective listening, but I've done much better at listening to everything people have to say.
  • Oh okay sorry I didn't realize that you were going to be late.
  • Often it's mandatory to work in a group, but now I know how to do so effectively with great results. I've not had a personal issue with stereotypes, but I'm well aware to stay away from them. When working in a group I tend to take control, but when I realize I will push my peers to help out and engage with the task/activity.
  • After reading this habit I've started doing things to better myself rather than someone else. I used to cave in to peer pressure quite often, but now I've devolved ways to prevent it. I've started seeing my day-to-day problems as just a bad day rather than a poor life.
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