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7 Habits of SUCCESSFUL People
It is presentation to tell about you, the most
effective & successful personality
- Michael Xavier
Directives & Objectives for Success
Upon reading each item, go over it in your
mind and conduct your own personal
assessment of how strong or weak you
are in that particular category.
Here they are….
• Work smarter, not harder. It's not how much you do, but what you do and how well
you do it. There are better ways to run your business than by brute force. Create a
work environment where people are recognized not only for their results, but also for
their character and integrity.
• Strive for accuracy first, then build momentum. Since you do not have a second
chance to make a good impression, it is important that you always do things right the
first time. It is much better to introduce an excellent product a little later than planned
than it is to impetuously release something that you know has problems. Your work is
your signature, make sure it’s worth something very valuable!
• Find a niche. Some goals and objectives sound simple enough, but this one can be
tough to achieve. Start by become an expert in your field. Stick to what you do best. It
may not be necessary to invent something brand new yourself. Take something that is
already in the marketplace and improve it enough so that you can call it your own.
Provide the simple twist to the product that will outsell all others.
• Build your reputation on integrity, quality and value. Don't do anything that might
compromise your integrity. Once your reputation is tarnished, it is difficult to redeem
yourself in the eyes of your customers as well as your employees. Maintaining your
good name must remain at the top of your goals and objectives.
• Always better your best. Constantly strive to improve your products and services. If you
have a good idea, rest assured others will work to make a product that’s even better. In
order to not be outdone by others, you must continue to seek to improve your own product
or service.
• Be creative. Adapt and apply innovative techniques from outside your specific field. Step
out of your comfort zone. Our goals and objectives for business should be no more intense
that our goals and objectives for life. Continuous learning is key to our sense of self-
fulfillment and personal growth.
• Listen and respond to your customer's needs. Success comes when you give your
customers what they want. Visit your customers and ask them what you can do to improve
your product or service. Users of your product know exactly what you need to do to make it
even better. They’ve already wished it could do more. Ask them to tell you about their wish-
list/upgrade ideas. Sell solutions, not products.
• Plan for Success. Know where you are going and how you are going to get there. Too
many businesses exist day-to-day without any long-range plans, goals and objectives.
Decide where you want your company to be in one, three and five years and draw up a
specific plan of action to get you there.
• Take advantage of change. Changes in your market are inevitable -- use them to your
advantage. Be a leader, not a follower. It is far better to error on the side of daring than to
error on the side of inaction or complacency.
• Think before you act and spend time wisely. There is nothing so useless as doing
efficiently that which should not be done at all. Don’t spend your time on small items that
are time-suckers. Focus on the BIG issues and do them first.
• Always promise a lot . . . and then deliver even more. Provide your customers with
more than they expect. Go the extra mile to give exceptional quality, exceptional service or
exceptional value. Your customers will remember and reward you with their continued
business.
UNDERSTANDING CREATIVITY
• Recognize that everyone has the ability to be creative.
• Change your current patterns of thinking.
• Remember that change begins with questioning.
• Understand how logical and creative thinking are integral to each other
• Use your passed experiences to find solutions.
• Think creatively to increase your opportunities.
• Explore possible options before making decisions.
• Think of possible solutions to a problem and then evaluate them using logical
thinking.
• Use your imagination to find different solutions
• Understand how conditioning forces you to think in a prescribed way and limits your
potential
• Aim to look at information in more productive, insightful ways.
• Recognize that creativity is driven by the desire to improve processes.
• Bypass your assumptions and think creatively
• Believe that you can think of solutions
• Try not to be constraint by rules
• Accept that problems are the food of creativity
• Understand your thinking processes so that you are able to adopt them
• Identify the side of the brain that you are naturally influenced by
• Notice how you approach problems, and think about whether you are naturally
creative.
YOU ARE THE WINNER
CERTIFICATE OF
EXCELLENCE
This is to certify
YOU
are the
WINNER & No.1
AIM
HIGHEST
SET
OBJECTIVES
UTILISE
RIGHT TIME,
SOURCE,
PLACE &
PEOPLE
THINK
CREATIVELY
EXECUTE &
DELIVER
THE BEST
ALWAYS
The Seven Habits
Knowledge
(what to, why to)
Ambition/Goal/
Desire
(want to)
Skills
(how to)
Habits
Why we need differentiation?
• Today’s world is very competitive world – competition
from individuals to nations. No one is left behind without
any competition but every man or organization is born to
achieve something or to reach most comfort.
• To achieve the goal….?
• We need to be outstanding performer, successful
seller/service provider, excellent producer, most effective
leader/Tutor or the best one in category / faculty.
PROCESS EXCELLENCE.
• Our Habits results in terms of our ambition
• Our actions results with the support of Habits
• Our winning results with our own action.
The Seven Habits
• BE PROACTIVE (THINK CREATIVELY FOR FUTURE)
• BEGIN WITH AN END IN MIND (SET OBJECTIVES WITH OWN
VISION & MISSION)
• PUT FIRST THING FIRST (PRIORITIZE IMPORTANT ON TIME
FACTOR)
• THINK WIN / WIN (TO BE THE WIN TO ALL RELATED FOR MY WIN –
EITHER TO CUSTOMERS, ASSOCIATES ETC.,)
• SEEK FIRST TO UNDERSTAND, THEN TO BE
UNDERSTOOD
• SYNERGIZE
• SHARPEN THE SAW (RENEWAL / UPDATIONS/ ADOPTING
CHANGES / DEVISES INNOVATIVE SOLUTIONS ON MARKET CHANGES)
Be Proactive
Begin with the End in
Mind
The very essence of leadership is that you have to have a
vision. It's got to be a vision you articulate clearly and
forcefully on every occasion.-Theodore Hesburgh, former
President of the University of Notre Dame.
Motivating Centers…..
Nation/Society centered
Family/Spouse centered
Money/Pleasure centered
Friend/Enemy centered
Self/Religion Centered
Principle centered.
Put First Things First
Time Management Matrix
NotImportant
Urgent Not Urgent
I II
III IV
Activities:
Crises
Pressing Problems
Deadline Driven Projects
Activities:
Interruptions, some calls
Some mail, some reports
Some meetings
Proximate, pressing matters
Popular activities
Activities:
Prevention, PC activities
Relationship building
Recognizing new opportunities
Planning, recreation
Activities:
Trivia, busy work
Some mail
Some phone calls
Time wasters
Pleasant activities
Think Win/Win
Win
Win/lose
Lose/Win
Lose/Lose
Win/Win
Win/Win or No Deal
We believe that economics does not
necessarily have to be a zero-sum
game; it can be a win-win proposition
for everyone involved so long as they
have the tools in which to succeed.
- Ron Kind
Seek First to Understand,
Then to be Understood
“I am personally convinced that one person
can be a change catalyst, a "transformer" in any
situation, any organization. Such an individual is
yeast that can leaven an entire loaf. It requires
vision, initiative, patience, respect, persistence,
courage, and faith to be a transforming leader.”
Synergize
Synergize means, when two or more
people work together and they succeed
as one.
Is to work together, to celebrate
differences, also to find different ways
to work with different people even if
there different
Sharpen the Saw (Renew
yourself)
We slog and plod. We live, breathe, work, sleep, eat and play.
We live lives that are revolved around our routines.
We are creatures of habit. We live automatically.
Are we growing, renewing being renewed?
Sharpening the saw, renewal, self renewal, revival,
restoration, revitalization.. name it what you will.
There must be latency before growth, dullness
before vision, reaching within before reaching without.
It is the prerequisite to flashes of inspirations,
ideas and changes, motivation, persistence and ultimately
reaching your dreams.
"All human systems require continuous renewal. They rigidify
the get stiff in the joints.
Physically, Mentally, Spiritually, Emotionally and Socially.
Thank you for your Attention
Hope you enjoyed this presentation
Wishing you the most success in all your
deeds…..

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7 habits of successful people

  • 1. 7 Habits of SUCCESSFUL People It is presentation to tell about you, the most effective & successful personality - Michael Xavier
  • 2. Directives & Objectives for Success Upon reading each item, go over it in your mind and conduct your own personal assessment of how strong or weak you are in that particular category.
  • 3. Here they are…. • Work smarter, not harder. It's not how much you do, but what you do and how well you do it. There are better ways to run your business than by brute force. Create a work environment where people are recognized not only for their results, but also for their character and integrity. • Strive for accuracy first, then build momentum. Since you do not have a second chance to make a good impression, it is important that you always do things right the first time. It is much better to introduce an excellent product a little later than planned than it is to impetuously release something that you know has problems. Your work is your signature, make sure it’s worth something very valuable! • Find a niche. Some goals and objectives sound simple enough, but this one can be tough to achieve. Start by become an expert in your field. Stick to what you do best. It may not be necessary to invent something brand new yourself. Take something that is already in the marketplace and improve it enough so that you can call it your own. Provide the simple twist to the product that will outsell all others. • Build your reputation on integrity, quality and value. Don't do anything that might compromise your integrity. Once your reputation is tarnished, it is difficult to redeem yourself in the eyes of your customers as well as your employees. Maintaining your good name must remain at the top of your goals and objectives.
  • 4. • Always better your best. Constantly strive to improve your products and services. If you have a good idea, rest assured others will work to make a product that’s even better. In order to not be outdone by others, you must continue to seek to improve your own product or service. • Be creative. Adapt and apply innovative techniques from outside your specific field. Step out of your comfort zone. Our goals and objectives for business should be no more intense that our goals and objectives for life. Continuous learning is key to our sense of self- fulfillment and personal growth. • Listen and respond to your customer's needs. Success comes when you give your customers what they want. Visit your customers and ask them what you can do to improve your product or service. Users of your product know exactly what you need to do to make it even better. They’ve already wished it could do more. Ask them to tell you about their wish- list/upgrade ideas. Sell solutions, not products. • Plan for Success. Know where you are going and how you are going to get there. Too many businesses exist day-to-day without any long-range plans, goals and objectives. Decide where you want your company to be in one, three and five years and draw up a specific plan of action to get you there. • Take advantage of change. Changes in your market are inevitable -- use them to your advantage. Be a leader, not a follower. It is far better to error on the side of daring than to error on the side of inaction or complacency. • Think before you act and spend time wisely. There is nothing so useless as doing efficiently that which should not be done at all. Don’t spend your time on small items that are time-suckers. Focus on the BIG issues and do them first. • Always promise a lot . . . and then deliver even more. Provide your customers with more than they expect. Go the extra mile to give exceptional quality, exceptional service or exceptional value. Your customers will remember and reward you with their continued business.
  • 5. UNDERSTANDING CREATIVITY • Recognize that everyone has the ability to be creative. • Change your current patterns of thinking. • Remember that change begins with questioning. • Understand how logical and creative thinking are integral to each other • Use your passed experiences to find solutions. • Think creatively to increase your opportunities. • Explore possible options before making decisions. • Think of possible solutions to a problem and then evaluate them using logical thinking. • Use your imagination to find different solutions • Understand how conditioning forces you to think in a prescribed way and limits your potential • Aim to look at information in more productive, insightful ways. • Recognize that creativity is driven by the desire to improve processes. • Bypass your assumptions and think creatively • Believe that you can think of solutions • Try not to be constraint by rules • Accept that problems are the food of creativity • Understand your thinking processes so that you are able to adopt them • Identify the side of the brain that you are naturally influenced by • Notice how you approach problems, and think about whether you are naturally creative.
  • 6. YOU ARE THE WINNER CERTIFICATE OF EXCELLENCE This is to certify YOU are the WINNER & No.1 AIM HIGHEST SET OBJECTIVES UTILISE RIGHT TIME, SOURCE, PLACE & PEOPLE THINK CREATIVELY EXECUTE & DELIVER THE BEST ALWAYS
  • 7. The Seven Habits Knowledge (what to, why to) Ambition/Goal/ Desire (want to) Skills (how to) Habits
  • 8. Why we need differentiation? • Today’s world is very competitive world – competition from individuals to nations. No one is left behind without any competition but every man or organization is born to achieve something or to reach most comfort. • To achieve the goal….? • We need to be outstanding performer, successful seller/service provider, excellent producer, most effective leader/Tutor or the best one in category / faculty. PROCESS EXCELLENCE. • Our Habits results in terms of our ambition • Our actions results with the support of Habits • Our winning results with our own action.
  • 9. The Seven Habits • BE PROACTIVE (THINK CREATIVELY FOR FUTURE) • BEGIN WITH AN END IN MIND (SET OBJECTIVES WITH OWN VISION & MISSION) • PUT FIRST THING FIRST (PRIORITIZE IMPORTANT ON TIME FACTOR) • THINK WIN / WIN (TO BE THE WIN TO ALL RELATED FOR MY WIN – EITHER TO CUSTOMERS, ASSOCIATES ETC.,) • SEEK FIRST TO UNDERSTAND, THEN TO BE UNDERSTOOD • SYNERGIZE • SHARPEN THE SAW (RENEWAL / UPDATIONS/ ADOPTING CHANGES / DEVISES INNOVATIVE SOLUTIONS ON MARKET CHANGES)
  • 11. Begin with the End in Mind The very essence of leadership is that you have to have a vision. It's got to be a vision you articulate clearly and forcefully on every occasion.-Theodore Hesburgh, former President of the University of Notre Dame. Motivating Centers….. Nation/Society centered Family/Spouse centered Money/Pleasure centered Friend/Enemy centered Self/Religion Centered Principle centered.
  • 13. Time Management Matrix NotImportant Urgent Not Urgent I II III IV Activities: Crises Pressing Problems Deadline Driven Projects Activities: Interruptions, some calls Some mail, some reports Some meetings Proximate, pressing matters Popular activities Activities: Prevention, PC activities Relationship building Recognizing new opportunities Planning, recreation Activities: Trivia, busy work Some mail Some phone calls Time wasters Pleasant activities
  • 14. Think Win/Win Win Win/lose Lose/Win Lose/Lose Win/Win Win/Win or No Deal We believe that economics does not necessarily have to be a zero-sum game; it can be a win-win proposition for everyone involved so long as they have the tools in which to succeed. - Ron Kind
  • 15. Seek First to Understand, Then to be Understood “I am personally convinced that one person can be a change catalyst, a "transformer" in any situation, any organization. Such an individual is yeast that can leaven an entire loaf. It requires vision, initiative, patience, respect, persistence, courage, and faith to be a transforming leader.”
  • 16. Synergize Synergize means, when two or more people work together and they succeed as one. Is to work together, to celebrate differences, also to find different ways to work with different people even if there different
  • 17. Sharpen the Saw (Renew yourself) We slog and plod. We live, breathe, work, sleep, eat and play. We live lives that are revolved around our routines. We are creatures of habit. We live automatically. Are we growing, renewing being renewed? Sharpening the saw, renewal, self renewal, revival, restoration, revitalization.. name it what you will. There must be latency before growth, dullness before vision, reaching within before reaching without. It is the prerequisite to flashes of inspirations, ideas and changes, motivation, persistence and ultimately reaching your dreams. "All human systems require continuous renewal. They rigidify the get stiff in the joints. Physically, Mentally, Spiritually, Emotionally and Socially.
  • 18. Thank you for your Attention Hope you enjoyed this presentation Wishing you the most success in all your deeds…..