7 Habits of Highly Effective Teens-Lauren Williams

7 Habits of Highly Effective Teens-Lauren Williams

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  • I enjoy helping people feel better and help them overcome injury obstacles
  • Beginning With the End in Mind
  • I think I might want to be a physical therapist some day.
  • Put First Things First
  • I should study for my history quiz instead of playing on my phone
  • Seek First to Understand, Then to be Understood
  • Mom please listen. I am constantly being bullied at school and you act like it doesn't matter. I have no idea what to do about these people
  • It is important to develop a clear picture of where you want to go with your life. If you follow everyone else and don't do what you want to do, you'll end up downhill in the middle of nowhere. You should have a personal mission statement: a personal credo or motto that states what your life is about- a blueprint to your life. In order to develop your personal mission statement, you have to discover what you're good at.
  • Beginning With the End in Mind
  • If you feel any pain in your right knee, let me know.
  • You have to build will-power an won't-power: the strength to say yes and the strength to say no. Urgent things are not always important things--you might end up pleasing no one including yourself. It's not good to be a "yes-man"--you cave into peer pressure and don't want to disappoint people. If you procrastinate, you'll struggle with: stress and anxiety, burnout, and mediocre performance.
  • Put First Things First
  • Listen first and talk second--you need to see the other person's point of view. to hear what other people are really saying, you need to listen to what they are not saying. It's important that you don't judge and you do give advice--you should repeat in your own words what the other person is saying and feeling. People will open up to you when they feel genuine love and understanding.
  • Seek First to Understand, Then to be Understood
  • Maybe you can confront them in a polite way and ask them to stop saying those things about you
  • I will form this habit by visualizing my future life and what I want to accomplish. I will identify a quote that is motivational and I can live by everyday. I'll follow my own path and dreams, not what everyone else is doing.
  • I will prioritize school and sports over texting and hanging out with friends. I will stop procrastinating and finish work that is important and needs to be completed. I will have the strength to say yes when I need to study for a test ans say no when I want to watch Netflix.
  • Winning this race is more important than texting
  • I have learned to listen to people more and grasp their feelings and what they may be going through. I've advised people when they are unsure about what actions to take when people are not being kind to them. I fixed my habit of spacing out when people talk to me and I'm more aware that I need to make eye contact.
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