Faulty Teens NOT Based on: The Seven Habits of Highly Effective Teens via Sean Covey Presented by Mr Shelov

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The 7 Habits of Highly Defective Teens: . Propensity 1: React.Habit 2: Begin with No End in Mind.Habit 3: Put First Things Last.Habit 4: Think Win-Lose.. Propensity 5: Seek First to Talk, Then Pretend to Listen.Habit 6: Don\'t CooperateHabit 7: Wear Yourself Out.. . .

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"Imperfect Teens – NOT!!!" Based on: "The Seven Habits of Highly Effective Teens" via Sean Covey Presented by Mr Shelov

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Habit 1: React. Propensity 2: Begin on account of No End. Propensity 3: Put First Things Last. Propensity 4: Think Win-Lose. Propensity 5: Seek First to Talk, Then Pretend to Listen. Propensity 6: Don't Cooperate Habit 7: Wear Yourself Out. The 7 Habits of Highly Defective Teens:

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"As should be obvious, the propensities recorded above are formulas for fiasco. However huge numbers of us enjoy them...regularly (me included). What's more, given this current, it's no big surprise that life in this world can truly stink now and again." - Sean Covey Defective Teens

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Habit 1: Be Proactive. Assume liability for your life. Propensity 2: Begin in view of the End. Characterize your main goal and objectives in life. Propensity 3: Put First Things First. Organize, and do the most vital things first. Propensity 4: Think Win-Win. Have an everybody can-win demeanor. Propensity 5: Seek First to Understand, Then to Be Understood. Tune in to individuals genuinely. Propensity 6: Synergize. Cooperate to accomplish more. Propensity 7: Sharpen the Saw. Reestablish yourself frequently . What are the 7 Habits of Highly Effective Teens?

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Habit 1: Be Proactive Listen to your dialect Victimitius infection Proactive pays Circle of control Setbacks to triumphs responsive proactive

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Be Proactive Rise above Change operator Proactive muscles Can-do Push delay Tools in real life

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Habit 2: Begin With the End In Mind Crossroads Who's driving? Individual statement of purpose Your abilities Three watch outs Labels All over disorder Wrong divider

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Begin With the End In Mind Go for objective Count the cost Put it in pen Just do it! Utilize earth shattering minutes Rope up Goals in real life Weakness to qualities

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Habit 3: Put First Things First Pack more into life Procrastinator Prioritizer Yes-man Slacker Use an organizer (motivation!) Rocks story Procrastinator Prioritizer Slacker Yes-Man

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Put First Things First Courage zone Vrs. Safe place Fear and choices Rising in the wake of falling Hard minutes Peer weight Ingredient of progress

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Relationship Bank Account Keeping guarantees Small demonstrations of generosity Be faithful Listen Say you are sad Set clear desires

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Habit 4: Think Win-lose, chain of command Lose-win, doormat Lose-lose, descending winding Win-win, whatever you can eat buffet

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Think Win-Win Private triumph Avoid tumor twins Competing Comparing Fruits of win-win soul

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Habit 5: Seek First to Understand , Then to Be Understood 5 poor listening styles: Space out Pretender Selective Word Self-focused Judge test

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Seek First to Understand , Then to Be Understood Genuine listening Talk with guardians

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Habit 6: Synergize Synergy is wherever Celebrate contrasts All a minority of one Roadblocks Stick up for differing qualities

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Synergize Getting into cooperative energy Define issue (or better – OPPORTUNITY!) Their way My way Brainstorm High way Teamwork and collaboration

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Habit 7: Sharpen the Saw Balance is better Take time for a period out

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Sharpen the Saw Care for your body You are what you eat Use it or lose everything about how you feel Quit at whatever point you need The refusal expertise

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Sharpen the Saw Care for your cerebrum Sharpen your mind Find your specialty School in method for instruction Post secondary school Mental obstructions You gotta wanna

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Sharpen the Saw Care for your heart Sex and connections Laugh or you'll cry

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Sharpen the Saw Care for your spirit Back to nature Teen's closest companion Spiritual eating routine Disturbing my rest Fried frogs Get genuine

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Keep Hope Alive

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Hope So make certain when you Step with care and awesome thoughtfulness And recollect that life's An incredible Balancing Act. Furthermore, will you succeed? (98 and ¾ percent ensured) Kid, you'll move mountains ~Dr. Seuss We've been cautioned against offering the general population of this country false trust. In any case, in the impossible story that is America, there has never been anything false about trust ~President Obama

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