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7 habits Afzal Khan

  1. 1 7 Habits of Highly effective People Original Book by: Stephen Covey Presented by: Afzal Khan
  2. Disclosure • Based on a book by the same name • Author: Stephen Covey • Published 1989 • Many ideas taken from the web
  3. Personality Ethic • The success literature of the last half of the 20th century largely attributed success to personality traits, skills, techniques, maintaining a positive attitude, etc. This philosophy can be referred to as the Personality Ethic. •‫القرن‬ ‫من‬ ‫األخير‬ ‫النصف‬ ‫من‬ ‫كتاب‬ ‫أنجح‬20‫إلى‬ ‫نجاح‬ ‫كبير‬ ‫حد‬ ‫إلى‬ ‫يعزى‬ ‫إيجاب‬ ‫موقف‬ ‫على‬ ‫والحفاظ‬ ،‫والتقنيات‬ ‫والمهارات‬ ‫الشخصية‬ ‫السمات‬‫وما‬ ،‫ي‬ ‫األخالق‬ ‫شخصية‬ ‫باسم‬ ‫إليها‬ ‫يشار‬ ‫أن‬ ‫يمكن‬ ‫الفلسفة‬ ‫هذه‬ ‫ذلك‬ ‫إلى‬.
  4. Character Ethic • However, during the 150 years or so that preceded that period, the literature on success was character oriented. It emphasized the deeper principles and foundations of success. This philosophy is known as the Character Ethic, under which success is attributed more to such characteristics as integrity, courage, justice, patience, etc. •‫وخالل‬ ،‫ذلك‬ ‫ومع‬150‫واأل‬ ،‫الفترة‬ ‫تلك‬ ‫سبقت‬ ‫التي‬ ‫ذلك‬ ‫نحو‬ ‫أو‬ ‫سنة‬‫دب‬ ‫المنحى‬ ‫والطابع‬ ‫النجاح‬ ‫على‬.‫أعمق‬ ‫النجاح‬ ‫وأسس‬ ‫مبادئ‬ ‫على‬ ‫وشدد‬. ‫ويع‬ ‫بموجبها‬ ‫والتي‬ ،‫األخالق‬ ‫شخصية‬ ‫بأنها‬ ‫الفلسفة‬ ‫هذه‬ ‫وتعرف‬‫نجاح‬ ‫زى‬ ‫الخ‬ ،‫والصبر‬ ‫والعدل‬ ‫والشجاعة‬ ‫النزاهة‬ ‫مثل‬ ‫الخصائص‬ ‫من‬ ‫أكثر‬
  5. Character Ethic: primary traits • Personality Ethic are secondary. • Secondary traits may help one to play the game to succeed in specific circumstances • Long term success requires both • Ralph Waldo Emerson: "What you are shouts so loudly in my ears I cannot hear what you say." •‫شخصية‬‫األخالق‬‫والثانوي‬. •‫الصفات‬‫الثانوية‬‫قد‬‫تساعد‬‫واحد‬‫ل‬‫لعب‬ ‫اللعبة‬‫لتحقيق‬‫النجاح‬‫في‬‫ظروف‬ ‫معينة‬ •‫يتطلب‬‫النجاح‬‫على‬‫المدى‬‫البعيد‬‫على‬ ‫حد‬‫سواء‬ •‫رالف‬‫والدو‬‫إمرسون‬: "‫ما‬‫كنت‬ ‫هتافات‬‫بصوت‬‫عال‬‫في‬‫أذني‬‫ال‬ ‫أستطيع‬‫سماع‬‫ما‬‫تقوله‬."
  6. The Character Ethic • Absolute principles that exist in all human beings. • Examples of such principles are fairness, honesty, integrity, human dignity, quality, potential, and growth. • Principles contrast with practices that are for specific situations whereas principles have universal application. •‫المبادئ‬‫المطلقة‬‫التي‬‫توجد‬‫في‬‫ج‬‫ميع‬ ‫البشر‬. •‫ومن‬‫األمثلة‬‫على‬‫هذه‬‫المبادئ‬‫هي‬ ‫العدل‬‫واألمانة‬‫والنزاهة‬‫والكرامة‬ ‫اإلنسانية‬،‫والجودة‬،‫وإمكانات‬، ‫والنمو‬. •‫مبادئ‬‫تتناقض‬‫مع‬‫الممارسات‬‫التي‬ ‫هي‬‫لحاالت‬‫محددة‬‫في‬‫حين‬‫مبادئ‬‫لها‬ ‫أغراض‬‫عامة‬.
  7. The Seven Habits Move us through Stages • Dependence: the paradigm under which we are born, relying upon others to take care of us. • Independence: the paradigm under which we make our decisions and take care of ourselves. • Interdependence: the paradigm under which we cooperate to achieve something that cannot be achieved independently. •‫االعتماد‬:‫نموذج‬‫بموجبها‬‫نولد‬، ‫واالعتماد‬‫على‬‫اآلخرين‬‫لرعاية‬‫لن‬‫ا‬. •‫االستقالل‬:‫بهذا‬‫النموذج‬‫نجعل‬ ‫قراراتنا‬‫ونعتني‬‫بأنفسنا‬. •‫االعتماد‬‫المتبادل‬:‫بهذا‬‫النموذج‬ ‫ن‬‫تعاون‬‫لتحقيق‬‫ما‬‫ال‬‫يمكن‬‫تحق‬‫يقه‬ ‫بشكل‬‫مستقل‬.
  8. Habit #1 Be Proactive Based on the work of Stephen Covey
  9. What happens to a bottle of soda when you shake it up? It EXPLODES! 9
  10. Sometimes things go wrong, and we feel shaken up. As a result, we might EXPLODE on someone or something. This is called being REACTIVE. Has this ever happened to you? Explain what happened and why. Was this a good way to let go of all of your feelings? Why or why not? Journal Entry or Discussion Starter: 10
  11. you make a choice about how you react to the things that happen in your life. You act like a water bottle. You might get shaken up or mad, but you stay calm and don’t explode! When you are PROACTIVE, 11
  12. Journal Entry or Discussion Starter: Is it hard to stay calm (like a water bottle) even when things don’t go your way? Why or why not? What steps could you take to be more PROACTIVE and calm when things aren’t going well? 12
  13. Proactive vs. Reactive When you are REACTIVE, you could explode at any minute. Things happen and they “catch you off guard”. You aren’t ready for things that might happen. You deal with things when they happen instead of being prepared. When you are PROACTIVE, you make good choices about how you respond to something happening. You are always ready with a calm attitude. You do things to make sure that the right things will happen. You are prepared for anything that might happen. When things don’t go your way, you aren’t happy, BUT you stay calm. 13
  14. How do you feel on days like this? 14
  15. What about sunny days like this? 15
  16. If you could “carry the weather with you”…. you could have a good day no matter what comes your way. 16
  17. Journal Entry or Discussion Starter: Do you think it is possible to carry your weather with you? What do you think this means? How would your life be different if you could carry happiness or peace with you no matter what things happen? 17
  18. circle of influence circle of concern Focus on things you can change or influence Circle of Influence Things you can’t control Things you can control or change 18
  19. Things you CAN’T control or change: •Other people •The weather •Things you did wrong in the past •How other people treat me •Homework Circle of Influence Things you CAN control or change: •Your attitude •Your mood •Your reaction to good and bad things that happen •How I treat other people Can you think of other examples from your life? 19
  20. Be Proactive • Change how you handle things. Make a choice to be positive and focus on those things that YOU can change. • Make a positive difference in your family, your business, your community and the world! 20
  21. Where do you fall? Very Reactive Very Proactive How could you be more proactive? 21
  22. Habit #2 Begin with the End in Mind Based on the work Stephen Covey
  23. I plan ahead and set goals. I do things that have meaning and make a difference. I am an important part of my business. I look for ways to be a good citizen. 23
  24. Journal Entry or Discussion Starter: What is “the end” for you? What do you hope to be doing ten years from now? Twenty? Make a list of things you want to do in your life. 24
  25. Draw a picture of something that represents you. It could be an animal, plant, machine, a food, etc. Explain why you chose what you did. Before you figure out the “end”, you have to take a look at who YOU are! 25
  26. In ten years a newspaper decides to do a story about YOU! They interview four people about you. These could be friends, colleagues or family. What would you want them to say about you? 26
  27. Mission Statement, Part 1: Write your name in a circle. Out from the circle, write words that describe you. YOU Artistic Athletic KindReader 27
  28. Mission Statement, Part 2: Now think about what kind of person you WANT to be. Make a list. I want to be a: 1.Hard worker 2.Good student 3.Kind person 4.Talented artist 28
  29. Mission Statement, Part 3: Use the two lists to write a mission statement. This is a sentence or paragraph about the person you want to be. Here are some example: My mission is to: •Laugh a lot •Learn as much I can •Work hard at home, work and in my sports •Be kind to others •Take good care of myself. •To get better at my art. 29
  30. Journal Entry or Discussion Starter: How does saying “no” sometimes help you with “beginning with the end in mind”? What things do you have to say no to? 30
  31. Finish these sentences: ~If my future had no limits, I would choose to be….. ~I want to be a person who… 31
  32. How good are you at beginning with the end in mind? I always keep the end in mind. I only think about today. Why did you rate yourself this way? 32
  33. Habit #3 Put First Things First Based on the work of Stephen Covey
  34. I spend my time on things that are most important. This means I say no to things I should not do. I set priorities, make a schedule, and follow my plan. I am organized. 34
  35. Going for Your Goals At Home Goals At Office Goals Set two or three goals for at home and for at school. 35
  36. Journal Entry or Discussion Starter: Sometimes not being brave gets in the way of doing things that are important to you. Putting first things first might means putting aside your fears to reach your goal. Has fear ever kept you from doing something great or important? Explain. 36
  37. Big Things and Little Things: Putting first things first means planning your time around the most important, BIG things in your life. Then, you can get to the little things that take your time. Big, Important Things That Take Your Time Small Things, Less Important Things That Take Your Time 37
  38. Brainstorm some things that you do that wastes a lot of your time. Sometimes these things are fun and relaxing. If you do them too much though, they may get in the way of the important things. Time Wasters: 38
  39. Write out your regular schedule for a full day, from start to finish. Is it organized? Do you waste time, or put first things first? Organizing Your Days 39
  40. Making it Happen Now choose one goal for home, and one goal for work. Write your goals in a circle. Out from the circle, write things that you can do to help you achieve those goals. Memorize my multiplication facts Play x games Make Flash Cards Practice in the car… Have somebody quiz me 40
  41. Where do you fall? I always put first things first! I never to set goals or put first things first. How could you be better at putting first things first? 41
  42. Habit #4 Think Win-Win Based on the work of Stephen Covey
  43. Journal Entry or Discussion Starter: Is this picture a good one for Think Win-Win? Why or why not? If so, defend your answer. If not, design a better one and explain your thinking. 43
  44. I want everyone to be a success. I don’t have to put others down to get what I want. It makes me happy to see other people happy. I like to do nice things for others. When a conflict arrives, I help brainstorm a solution. We all can win! 44
  45. Think Win-Win Road Blocks •I’ll step on you to get ahead. •I am a loser. I can’t do anything. •At least I am better than her/him. •I’ll let someone else win again. 45
  46. Journal Entry or Discussion Starter: Have you ever “stepped on” somebody else to win? Have you pushed someone aside so you could get something good? How does this feel? Give an example. 46
  47. Do you always let other people win? Do you not raise your hand to answer a question because you know somebody will answer? Do you let people jump in front of you? Do you let people treat you poorly? (If so, you are not practicing Think Win-Win.) Describe a time when you let people “step on you” to win. Human Doormat: 47
  48. How To Think Win-Win In order to Think Win-Win, you need to be confident in you. You must not care what others think of you. You will be happy to see others be successful. Make a word & picture splash to show what makes you unique. 48
  49. Where do you fall? Very Good! I want everyone to do well. Very Bad! I don’t like to see other people win. How could you be better at Think Win-Win? 49
  50. Habit #5 Seek First to Understand, Then to Be Understood Based on the work Stephen Covey.
  51. Listening Road Blocks Spacing Out: Your mind wanders when others talk. Pretend Listening: You don’t really pay attention to the other person, but you pretend to. You say “yeah,”, “uh-huh,” and “cool.” Selective Listening: You listen only to the parts that interest you. Selfish Listening: You always bring the conversation back to you and your life. You say things like “I had that happen too” and “I know how you feel.” 51
  52. Journal Entry or Discussion Starter: We all have times when we are poor listeners. Which “Listening Road Block” do you most often use? Explain why this happens. 52
  53. Everybody wants to be listened to. When people feel like you listen, they are more likely to like you. So, be a good listener, and you’ll have lots of friends. I’m All Ears What are some ways that you can show people that you ARE listening? Who is a good listener? Create a list of people that you know that listen well. 53
  54. Sometimes you have to listen with your eyes as much as you listen with your ears. People say a lot with their body language and facial expressions. Listen With Your Eyes: 54
  55. Emotion Charades: Find a partner. Practice ‘listening with your eyes”. Choose an emotion to try to express just with your face and body. You can not use words. •Angry •Sad •Embarrassed •Tired •Happy •Thinking •Bored •Impatient •Scared •Worried •Relaxed •Frustrated •Surprised •Stressed •Confused •Flattered •Nervous •Annoyed •Interested 55
  56. Mirror, Mirror To be a good listener, mirror back what someone says. Repeat back in your own words what the person is saying. Use statements like “You seem to be feeling…” and “So what you are saying is…” 56
  57. Journal Entry or Discussion Starter: Have you ever had a time with your family or friends when you knew that you needed to “zip it” and just listen? Why is it important to do this sometimes? How does this help the person you are listening to? 57
  58. Are you a good listener? Very Good Listener Not Such a Great Listener How could you be a better listener? 58
  59. Habit #6 Synergize Based on the work of Stephen Covey.
  60. I value other people’s strengths and learn from them. I get along well with others, even people who are different from me. I work well in groups. I seek out other people’s ideas to solve problems. I know that “two heads are better than one”. I am a better person when I let other people into my life and work. 60
  61. Journal Entry or Discussion Starter: They say that, “Two heads are better than one.” Do you agree or disagree? Why? 61
  62. Journal Entry or Discussion Starter: Make a list of times when you have to work with other people at office, home or in your social gatherings. 62
  63. Journal Entry or Discussion Starter: Everybody is different, or unique. In what ways is this a good thing? How does this help you when you are working with a group on a project? 63
  64. How does everyone being different make things harder? How can you overcome these challenges? Would it be easier if everyone had the same personality, looks, talents and interests? 64
  65. Celebrate Differences: Pair up with someone you don’t usually work/play with. Come up with at least five differences and five things you have in common. Differences: Employee 2 Differences: Employee 1 Ways You Are Alike 65
  66. Journal Entry or Discussion Starter: What does this quote mean? Is it true? Is it a good thing or a bad thing? “Everyone is in love with their own ideas.” ~Carl Gustav 66
  67. “I have never in my life learned anything from any man who agreed with me.” ~Dudley Field Malone How can having someone disagree with you help you learn? Explain your thoughts. Journal Entry or Discussion Starter: 67
  68. Dream Team Person Reason 1. Juan He has great ideas. 2. Suzan She stays calm. You have been asked to put together a team to accomplish the targets. If you could choose anyone in your company, who would be on your team. You must explain your reason. You may have 5 teammates. 68
  69. Synergy Action Plan Define the Problem Make sure you understand the problem or task. Their Way Try to understand everyone’s ideas. Listen carefully. My Way Seek to be understood. Share your ideas. Brainstorm Be creative. Everyone create new ideas. High Way Find best solution. 69
  70. Where do you fall? I work well with others. I’d rather work by myself. How could you be better at working with others? 70
  71. Habit #7 Sharpen the Saw Based on the work of Stephen Covey
  72. Journal Entry or Discussion Starter: A man has been working hard to saw through a tree for over three hours. He still hasn’t cut through the tree trunk. What might be wrong with the man’s saw? What should he do? 72
  73. I take care of my body by eating right, exercising, and getting sleep. I spend time with family and friends. I learn in lots of ways and lots of places. 73
  74. Body: Exercise, Be Healthy, Sleep, Relax Brain: Learn, Read, Write Soul: Journal, Think, Pray Heart: Serve, Laugh, Be a Friend 74
  75. Journal Entry or Discussion Starter: What do you do to take care of your body? What do you NOT do? Could you make any improvements? 75
  76. Journal Entry or Discussion Starter: How you are working to improve your brain? What could you stop doing? What could you start doing? Can you think of someone who really works on this area of their life? 76
  77. Brain Food What are your plans for “feeding” your brain? Make a list of things you want to learn or things that you want to do that will teach you. 77
  78. Journal Entry or Discussion Starter: How you are working to improve your soul? What things do you do that make you the most happy? 78
  79. Feeding Your Soul What feeds your soul? What inspires you and gives you peace? What are some songs, books or movies that make you want to be a better person? Is there a person that makes YOU want to be better? 79
  80. Journal Entry or Discussion Starter: Does the heart matter? Are you serving/helping anyone? What things do you do to make friends and/or to make other people happy? Can you think of someone that really is good at this? 80
  81. What makes your saw sharp? What makes your saw dull? Your Saw is Your Life 81
  82. How good are you at sharpening the saw? My saw is very sharp! My saw is very dull! What steps could you take to sharpen your saw? 82
  83. Credits: This slide show was created by: Rebecca Radicchi Compiled by: AFZAL KHAN using the following resources. 1. The Seven Habits for Highly Effective People by Stephen Covey 2. The Seven Habits for Highly Effective Kids by Sean Covey 3. The Seven Habits for Highly Effective Teens by Sean Covey 83

Notas del editor

  1. This book is not based on the personality ethic
  2. This book places great value on character
  3. Interdependence can only follow independence