7 Habits of Highly Effective Teens
7 Habits of Highly Effective Teens. Weekly Lessons Week 8. Habit 3 - Put First Things First. I watched the Indy 500, and I was thinking that if they left earlier they wouldnt have to go so fast. - Steven Wright, Comedian. Mission Statement. I. Habit 3 Put First Things First. - PowerPoint PPT Presentation
7 Habits of Highly Effective TeensWeekly Lessons Week 8Habit 3 - Put First Things FirstI watched the Indy 500, and I was thinking that if they left earlier they wouldnt have to go so fast.- Steven Wright, ComedianMission StatementIHabit 3 Put First Things FirstWill Power and Wont PowerSay yes when you want to, and no when you want toHave a positive attitudeHabit 3 Put First Things FirstQUADRANT 1 - THE PROCRASTINATORHabit 3 Put First Things FirstQUADRANT 2 THE PRIORITIZERHabit 3 Put First Things FirstQUADRANT 3 THE YES-MANHabit 3 Put First Things FirstQUADRANT 4 THE SLACKERHabit 3 Put First Things FirstMake a list of the major things that you need to do this week (school, tests, doctor appointments, family events, practices, etc.)Now, block out the time that you need for each of those things this week. Include:Time for the actual activityTime to prepare for the activityTime to get to and from the activityCourage and Comfort ZonesCourage ZonePotentialOpportunityBraveryDutyRiskAdventureSafetyEaseFearsNew ThingsHard MomentsThings not TriedDifficultyNo RiskSecurityEnjoymentKnown TerritoryComfort ZoneNever let your fears make your decisionsWinning means rising each time that you fallBe strong in hard momentsOvercome peer pressureCourage and Comfort ZonesCommon Ingredient of SuccessHabitsBaby StepsWrite Goals for Your MissionIdentify your biggest time-wasters. Write a list of the top five.Identify ways that you can fix times where you waste time.Think of something youve procrastinated (put-off) for a long time but is very important to you. List at least one, and write an explanation of how you could find time to do this thing.Identify a fear that is holding you back from reaching your goals. List that thing, along with some ways that you could overcome this fear (maybe by using baby steps).