7 Habits of Highly Effective Teens- Daniella Raso

7 Habits of Highly Effective Teens- Daniella Raso
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  • Habit 2: Begin with the End in Mind
  • You have the power to choose your own destiny.
  • Habit 3: Put First Things First
  • REMINDER: Finish homework and study
  • Habit 7: Sharpen the Saw
  • Body- The Physical DimensionBrain- The Mental DimensionHeart-The Emotional DimensionSoul- The Spiritual Dimension
  • Key
  • Body- exercise,eat healthy,sleep well, relaxBrain- read, educate, write, learnHeart- build relationships, give service, laughSoul- meditate, keep a journal,pray, take in quality media
  • Dimensions
  • Control your own destiny by setting a plan to where you want to end up. The paths you choose today will shape you forever. Friends have a powerful influence on your attitude, reputation, and direction. We are free to choose our own paths. If you go with the flow you'll end up where the flow goes.  
  • Habit 2- In Action
  • PERSONAL MISSION STATEMENT
  • Manage your time so that your first things come first not last. Know the difference between important and urgent things. Plan ahead and do important things first. Things may seem important but often aren't. Prioritize to keep important things from becoming urgent.
  • Habit 3- In Action
  • Hey, i can't talk right now. I need to clean my room.
  • Using key dimensions (body, brain, heart, soul) keep you on track with your goals. Strive for balance to perform at your peak. Know how your body and emotions work. Focus on time to relax and rejuvenate to better yourself. Care for your body, it's how you feel now how you look. Don't be afraid to ask questions, name the troubles and consequences.
  • Habit 7- In Action
  • Can you repeat the question?
  • Developing this habit into my life has helped me realize who my toxic friends are. I now have an idea of where I want to go in life and what paths to choose. I want to create a personal mission statement to help me develop and discover what I'm good at.
  • Have confidence in yourselfAsk questionsStrive to do better each daySet reachable goalsBe kind and respectfulDon't be selfishCare for othersNever take simple things for granted
  • This habit has showed me to stop being a slacker and procrastinator and more of a prioritizer.  I no longer feel the need to please everyone and respond to their every desire. I like to plan and stay organized, prioritizing the big rocks from the little ones.
  • From this habit I have learned to find a balance in key dimensions and emotions. I have started asking more questions in tough situations instead of staying quiet. I started to stop worrying about what others might think of me and focus on my own well being.
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