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Sharpen the Saw::Habit 7:: 7 Habits of Highly Effective Teens:: Sean Covey

  1. 1. Habit 7 Sharpen The Saw Group Members: 1).Talha Mehtab 2).Sajawal Zubairi 3).Shahid Iqbal 4).Wajhi-ul-Hassan 5).HuZaiFa ZahoOr 6).Hamza Azhar
  2. 2. What is habit ? • Things you do repeatedly, but you are often unaware that you do them. • A constant performance of an act, acquired through frequent repetition. 1).Habits can make you or break you. 2).Good habits can help you be successful. 3).Bad habits can detract from your success.
  3. 3. Changing a habit. It’s not always easy to change a habit, but it’s always possible. • Cross your arms. • Now cross them the other way. How does it feel? • If you fold them the opposite way for 30 days, it would become a new habit.
  4. 4. 7 Habits of highly effective teens. • Be Proactive. • Begin with the end in mind. • Put first things first. • Think win-win. • Seek first to understand then to be understood. • Synergize. • Sharpen the Saw.
  5. 5. What is it all about ? Habit 7 is all about keeping your personal self sharp so that you can better with life. • Body : The physical dimension. Exercise, eat healthy, sleep well, and relax. • Brain : The mental dimension. Read, Educate, Write, and learn new skills. • Heart : The emotional dimension. Build relationships, give service, and laugh. • Soul : The spiritual dimension. Meditate, keep a journal, pray, and take in quality media.
  6. 6. Balance is better. • Why is balance important ? • It’s because how you do in one dimension of life will effect the other 3. • Think about it, if one of your car’s tires is out of balance, all four tires will wear unevenly, not just the one. • It’s hard to be friendly when you’re exhausted it also works the other way. • When you’re feeling motivated and in tune with yourself , it’s easier to focus on your studies and to be more friendly.
  7. 7. Caring of your body. • Eat good food • Relax in the bathtub • Bike • Lift weights • Get enough sleep • Practice Yoga • Play sports • Take walks • Stretch out • Do an aerobics workout The four key ingredients to a healthy body are good sleeping habits, physical relaxation, good nutrition, and proper exercise. Here’s a list of 10 ways teens can keep their physical selves sharp:
  8. 8. Use it or lose it. • Don’t let “pain” be the first thing that comes to your mind when you hear the word “exercise.” Instead find something you enjoy doing, so that it’s easy to maintain.
  9. 9. It’s all about how you feel not how you look. • The importance is feeling good physically—and not so much your appearance. • Talk show host Oprah Winfrey said it best: “You have to change your perception. It’s not about weight—it’s about caring for yourself on a daily basis.”
  10. 10. The refusal skills. Staying away from drugs of all kinds is a lot easier said than done. Here are steps that you might want to consider the nest time you feel pressured to drink, smoke, or do drugs, and don’t really want to. •Ask questions. Ask tough questions that really make you think about what you’re doing. “Why would I want to smoke?” •Name the trouble. Try to put a face on what you’re doing. “Smoking pot is illegal.” •State the consequences. Think through the consequences of your actions. “I could get arrested if I’m caught with drugs.”
  11. 11. The key to unlocking your future. • Education is an investment in your future. Don’t let a lack of money be the reason you don’t get more education. “If you think education is expensive, try ignorance.” — Derek Bok, former president of Harvard University
  12. 12. Sharpen your mind. • Read a newspaper daily • Visit a library • Visit a Museum • Write a story, poem, and song • Plant garden • Observe wildlife • Watch discovery channels • Research your ancestors • Attend the lectures on interesting topics • Play games • Comment in class • Learn to play a musical instruments • Have stimulating conversation with your friends • Solve Puzzles There are numerous ways to expand your mind.
  13. 13. Don’t let school get in the way of your education. Grades are important, especially because they lead to future job and education options. But there is so much more to an education than grades. Although grades are important, becoming truly educated is more important, so make sure you don’t forget why you’re going to school.
  14. 14. Caring of your Heart. Responsibilities towards them in relationship. • Keep promises. • Do small act of kindness. • Be loyal. • Listen. • Say you’re sorry. • Set clear expectations. Responsibilities towards yourself. • Keep promises to yourself. • Do small act of kindness. • Be gentle with yourself. • Be honest. The best way to sharpen the saw is to focus on building relationship with others or with yourself.
  15. 15. Laugh or you’ll cry.  After all is said and done, there is one last key to keeping your heart healthy and strong. Just laugh. Laughter : •Reduces stress level. •Relaxes us as it lowers our heart rate and blood pressure. •The brain’s natural painkiller.
  16. 16. Caring of your soul. Your soul is your center, wherein lie your deepest convictions and values. Your soul is a very private area of your life. Naturally, there are many ways to feed it. Here are a few: •Meditating. •Serving others. •Writing in my journal. •Going for a walk. •Reading inspiring books. • Thinking deeply. • Practicing a religion. • Reflecting on my goals or mission statement. • Drawing. • Praying.
  17. 17. A teen’s best friend. • Like getting into nature, keeping a journal can do wonders for your soul. • You can pour your heart out in your journal and it will just sit there and listen. • It will also strengthen your tool of self-awareness.
  18. 18. Fried frogs. Addictions of all kinds, whether it’s to drugs, gossiping, shopping, overeating, or gambling, have common characteristics: •Creates short-term pleasure. •Becomes the primary focus of your life. •Temporarily eliminates pain. •Gives an artificial sense of self-worth, power, control, security, and intimacy. •Worsens the problems and feelings you are trying to escape from.
  19. 19. You can do it. You’re probably doing a lot of saw sharpening without even knowing it. Sharpening the saw won’t just happen to you—you have to be proactive to and happen to it. The best thing to do is take out time each day to sharpen the saw. There’s not right way—so find what works for you.
  20. 20. Any question ? Thank You 

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