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PEOPLE
THE HABITS OF
HIGHLY
7
EFFECTIVE
Character
Ethic
Personality
Ethic
INSIDE-OUT
Character
Ethic
Personality
Ethic
INSIDE-OUT
Integrity, humility, fidelity,
temperance, courage, justice,
patience, indust...
Character
Ethic
Personality
Ethic
INSIDE-OUT
Success became more a function
of personality, of public image,
attitudes and...
The Power of
Paradigm
Means a model, theory,
perception, assumption or
frame of reference
The Power of
Paradigm
It is the way we “see” the world —
not in terms of sight, but in
perceiving, understanding,
interpre...
A New Level
ofThinking
A New Level
ofThinking
The significant problems we face cannot
be solved at the same level of thinking
we were at when we ...
We need a new level of thinking — a paradigm
based on the principles that accurately describe the territory
of effective h...
HABITS
Knowledge
(What to,Why to)
Skills
(How to)
Desire
(Want to)
Habits have a
tremendous gravity
pull
The Maturity
Continuum
The Maturity
Continuum
dependence is the paradigm
of you — you take care of me; you come through for
me, you didn’t come t...
The Maturity
Continuum
Independence is the paradigm of I — I can do it; I
am responsible; I am self-reliant; I can choose.
The Maturity
Continuum
Interdependence is the paradigm of we — we can do
it; we can cooperate; we can combine our talents ...
“You are respons-able: able to choose your response!”
Be Proactive1
Habit
Highly proactive people do not blame circumstances,
conditions or conditioning for their behavior
Reactive people are ofte...
You can choose your language
Reactive:
I must
If only
They made me
If I had
Proactive:
I prefer
I will
I choose
I can be
Circle of influence
Circle of Concern
Circle of influence
Circle of Concern
Within ourCircle of Concern are
some things over which we have no control and
some w...
Circle of influence
Circle of Concern
We could separate those from things in which we
have no mental or emotional involvem...
Circle of Influence
PROACTIVE FOCUS
(Positive energy enlarges the
circle of Influence)
Circle of Concern
Circle of Influence
REACTIVE FOCUS
(Negative energy enlarges
the circle of Influence)
The problem we face in one of
three areas
1.
Direct control
2.
Indirect control
3.
No control
The problem we face in one of
three areas
1.
Direct control
2.
Indirect control
3.
No control
The problem we face in one of
three areas
1.
Direct control
2.
Indirect control
3.
No control
The problem we face in one of
three areas
1.
Direct control
2.
Indirect control
3.
No control
Proactivity: The 30-
Day Test
Proactivity: The 30-
Day Test
For 30 days, work only in your Circle of Influence.
Make small commitments and keep them.
Begin With the End in Mind2
Habit
To begin with the end in mind means to start with a
clear understanding of your destinat...
Begin With the End in Mind2
Habit
To begin with the end in mind means to start with a
clear understanding of your destinat...
Begin With the End in Mind2
Habit
To begin with the end in mind means to start with a
clear understanding of your destinat...
CENTER
Power
Wisdom Guidance
Security
CENTER
Power
Wisdom Guidance
Security
Your sense of worth, identity, emotional
anchor, self-esteem, basic personal strengt...
CENTER
Power
Wisdom Guidance
Security
Your source of direction in life, an internal
frame of reference that includes stand...
CENTER
Power
Wisdom Guidance
Security
The faculty or capacity to act, the strength
and potency to accomplish something.
CENTER
Power
Wisdom Guidance
Security
Your perspective on life, sense of balance,
judgment, discernment, comprehension.
The key to the ability to change
is a changeless sense of who you are,
what you are about and what you value
Put First Thing
First
Habit
3
Things which matter most must never be at the
mercy of things which matter least.
Goethe
Take a few minutes and write down a short answer to
each of these two questions:
2.What one thing in your business or prof...
Independent will makes effective self-management possible.
The Power of IndependentWill
Effective management is putting fi...
First
generation
Second
generation
Third
generation
Fourth
Generation
Notes &
Checklist
Calendar &
Appointment book
Priori...
First
generation
Second
generation
Third
generation
Fourth
Generation
Notes &
Checklist
Calendar &
Appointment book
Priori...
First
generation
Second
generation
Third
generation
Fourth
Generation
Notes &
Checklist
Calendar &
Appointment book
Priori...
First
generation
Second
generation
Third
generation
Fourth
Generation
Notes &
Checklist
Calendar &
Appointment book
Priori...
First
generation
Second
generation
Third
generation
Fourth
Generation
Notes &
Checklist
Calendar &
Appointment book
Priori...
. Crisis
. Pressing problems
. Deadline-driven projects,
meetings, preparations
. Preparation
. Prevention
. Values clarif...
RESULT:
Stress
Burnout
Crisis Management
Always putting out fires
ii
iv
iii
i
RESULTS:
Short-term focus
Crisis Management
Reputation-chameleon character
See goals and plans as worthless
Feel vict...
RESULTS:
Total responsibility
Fired from jobs
Dependent on others
or Intuitions for basics
iii
iviii
RESULTS:
Visions, Perspective
Balance
Discipline
Control
Few Crisis
i ii
Delegation
Gofer
Delegation
Stewardship
delegation
Delegation
Gofer
Delegation
Stewardship
delegation
One-on-one supervision. "Go
for this, do this, do that, and tell me whe...
Delegation
Gofer
Delegation
Stewardship
delegation
Focuses on results instead of methods. It makes individuals
responsible...
Think Win/Win4
Habit
We have committed the golden rule to memory:
Let us now commit it to life.
Edwin Markham
Lose/Win
HighLow
Win/Win
Lose/Lose Win/Lose
CONSIDERATION
Low High
COURAGE
Understand, then to be Understood5
Habit
‘Seek first to understand’ involves a
deep shift in paradigm.
Edwin Markham
“Seek...
Character is constantly radiating,
communicating
Character & Communication
Empathic Listening
Empathic Listening
As you learn to listen deeply to other people, you will
discover tremendous differences in perception.
Empathic Listening
Empathetic listening is powerful because it gives you
accurate data to work with. It takes time, but no...
Logos
The essence of seeking first to
understand and making effective
presentations
Ethos Pathos
Logos
The essence of seeking first to
understand and making effective
presentations
Ethos Pathos
your personal credibility...
Logos
The essence of seeking first to
understand and making effective
presentations
Ethos Pathos
your empathetic side, sho...
Logos
The essence of seeking first to
understand and making effective
presentations
Ethos Pathos
the reasoning part of the...
Synergy6
Habit
“The whole is greater
than the sum of its parts”
1 1 3
Exercising all the other habits prepares us for the ...
Levels of Communication
COOPERATION
TRUST
High
Low
Low High
Defensive
(Win/Lose or Lose/Win)
Respectful
(Compromise)
Syner...
Force Field Analysis
Restraining Forces
Driving Forces
Sharpen the Saw7
Habit
“Sometimes when I consider what tremendous
consequences come from little things … I am tempted
to t...
Physical
Social/Emotional
Mental
Spiritual
Self
Awareness
Conscience
Power of
Imagination
Will Power or
IndependentWill
Unique
Human
Endowments
4
1
2
3
4
A BREAK FROM
TRADITIONALWISDOM
TOWARD
7 HABITS PRINCIPLES
Habit 2
Habit 1
Habit 7
Habit 6
Habit 3
Habit 5
Habit 4
We are a...
Live the Seven Habits
Spend time
in Quadrant II
Follow correct
principles
Control own life
Maintain high
Emotional Bank
Ac...
Choose your
Path
Thank
You
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  1. 1. PEOPLE THE HABITS OF HIGHLY 7 EFFECTIVE
  2. 2. Character Ethic Personality Ethic INSIDE-OUT
  3. 3. Character Ethic Personality Ethic INSIDE-OUT Integrity, humility, fidelity, temperance, courage, justice, patience, industry, simplicity, modesty and the Golden Rule
  4. 4. Character Ethic Personality Ethic INSIDE-OUT Success became more a function of personality, of public image, attitudes and behaviors, skills and techniques that lubricate the process of human Interaction.
  5. 5. The Power of Paradigm Means a model, theory, perception, assumption or frame of reference
  6. 6. The Power of Paradigm It is the way we “see” the world — not in terms of sight, but in perceiving, understanding, interpreting
  7. 7. A New Level ofThinking
  8. 8. A New Level ofThinking The significant problems we face cannot be solved at the same level of thinking we were at when we created them
  9. 9. We need a new level of thinking — a paradigm based on the principles that accurately describe the territory of effective human being and interacting — to solve these deep concerns.
  10. 10. HABITS Knowledge (What to,Why to) Skills (How to) Desire (Want to)
  11. 11. Habits have a tremendous gravity pull
  12. 12. The Maturity Continuum
  13. 13. The Maturity Continuum dependence is the paradigm of you — you take care of me; you come through for me, you didn’t come through; I blame you for the results.
  14. 14. The Maturity Continuum Independence is the paradigm of I — I can do it; I am responsible; I am self-reliant; I can choose.
  15. 15. The Maturity Continuum Interdependence is the paradigm of we — we can do it; we can cooperate; we can combine our talents and abilities and create something greater together.
  16. 16. “You are respons-able: able to choose your response!” Be Proactive1 Habit
  17. 17. Highly proactive people do not blame circumstances, conditions or conditioning for their behavior Reactive people are often affected by their physical environment.
  18. 18. You can choose your language Reactive: I must If only They made me If I had Proactive: I prefer I will I choose I can be
  19. 19. Circle of influence Circle of Concern
  20. 20. Circle of influence Circle of Concern Within ourCircle of Concern are some things over which we have no control and some we can do something about.
  21. 21. Circle of influence Circle of Concern We could separate those from things in which we have no mental or emotional involvement by creating a “Circle of Concern.”
  22. 22. Circle of Influence PROACTIVE FOCUS (Positive energy enlarges the circle of Influence) Circle of Concern
  23. 23. Circle of Influence REACTIVE FOCUS (Negative energy enlarges the circle of Influence)
  24. 24. The problem we face in one of three areas 1. Direct control 2. Indirect control 3. No control
  25. 25. The problem we face in one of three areas 1. Direct control 2. Indirect control 3. No control
  26. 26. The problem we face in one of three areas 1. Direct control 2. Indirect control 3. No control
  27. 27. The problem we face in one of three areas 1. Direct control 2. Indirect control 3. No control
  28. 28. Proactivity: The 30- Day Test
  29. 29. Proactivity: The 30- Day Test For 30 days, work only in your Circle of Influence. Make small commitments and keep them.
  30. 30. Begin With the End in Mind2 Habit To begin with the end in mind means to start with a clear understanding of your destination
  31. 31. Begin With the End in Mind2 Habit To begin with the end in mind means to start with a clear understanding of your destination “Begin with the end in mind” is based on the principle that all things are created twice.There is a mental or first creation, and a physical or second creation.
  32. 32. Begin With the End in Mind2 Habit To begin with the end in mind means to start with a clear understanding of your destination Look at a business: If you want to have a successful enterprise, you must clearly define what you’re trying to accomplish.
  33. 33. CENTER Power Wisdom Guidance Security
  34. 34. CENTER Power Wisdom Guidance Security Your sense of worth, identity, emotional anchor, self-esteem, basic personal strength or lack of it.
  35. 35. CENTER Power Wisdom Guidance Security Your source of direction in life, an internal frame of reference that includes standards or principles or implicit criteria that govern moment-by-moment decision-making and doing.
  36. 36. CENTER Power Wisdom Guidance Security The faculty or capacity to act, the strength and potency to accomplish something.
  37. 37. CENTER Power Wisdom Guidance Security Your perspective on life, sense of balance, judgment, discernment, comprehension.
  38. 38. The key to the ability to change is a changeless sense of who you are, what you are about and what you value
  39. 39. Put First Thing First Habit 3 Things which matter most must never be at the mercy of things which matter least. Goethe
  40. 40. Take a few minutes and write down a short answer to each of these two questions: 2.What one thing in your business or professional life would bring similar results? 1.What one thing could you do (that you aren’t doing now) that if you did on a regular basis would make a tremendous positive difference in your personal life?
  41. 41. Independent will makes effective self-management possible. The Power of IndependentWill Effective management is putting first things first. If you are an effective manager of your self, your discipline comes from within; it is a function of your independent will.
  42. 42. First generation Second generation Third generation Fourth Generation Notes & Checklist Calendar & Appointment book Prioritization of clarifying values Not to manage time, but to manage ourselves Four Generation of Time Management The first generation is made up of notes and checklists, an effort to give some semblance of recognition and inclusiveness to the many demands placed on our time and energy.
  43. 43. First generation Second generation Third generation Fourth Generation Notes & Checklist Calendar & Appointment book Prioritization of clarifying values Not to manage time, but to manage ourselves Four Generation of Time Management The second generation of time management consists of calendars and appointment books, reflecting an attempt to look ahead, to schedule events and future activities.
  44. 44. First generation Second generation Third generation Fourth Generation Notes & Checklist Calendar & Appointment book Prioritization of clarifying values Not to manage time, but to manage ourselves Four Generation of Time Management The third generation focuses on the prioritization of clarifying values.
  45. 45. First generation Second generation Third generation Fourth Generation Notes & Checklist Calendar & Appointment book Prioritization of clarifying values Not to manage time, but to manage ourselves Four Generation of Time Management Finally, the fourth generation is an emerging generation that recognizes that the challenge is not to manage time, but to manage ourselves.
  46. 46. First generation Second generation Third generation Fourth Generation Notes & Checklist Calendar & Appointment book Prioritization of clarifying values Not to manage time, but to manage ourselves Four Generation of Time Management
  47. 47. . Crisis . Pressing problems . Deadline-driven projects, meetings, preparations . Preparation . Prevention . Values clarification . Planning . Relationship building . True re-creation . Empowerment . Interruptions, some phone calls . Some mail, some reports . Some meetings . Many proximate, pressing matters . Many popular activities . Trivia, busywork . Some phone calls . Time wasters . “Escape” activities . Irrelevant mail . Excessive TV I II III IV Urgent Not Urgent ImportantNotImportant
  48. 48. RESULT: Stress Burnout Crisis Management Always putting out fires ii iv iii i
  49. 49. RESULTS: Short-term focus Crisis Management Reputation-chameleon character See goals and plans as worthless Feel victimized, out of control Shallow or broken relationship iii iviii
  50. 50. RESULTS: Total responsibility Fired from jobs Dependent on others or Intuitions for basics iii iviii
  51. 51. RESULTS: Visions, Perspective Balance Discipline Control Few Crisis i ii
  52. 52. Delegation Gofer Delegation Stewardship delegation
  53. 53. Delegation Gofer Delegation Stewardship delegation One-on-one supervision. "Go for this, do this, do that, and tell me when it’s done.”
  54. 54. Delegation Gofer Delegation Stewardship delegation Focuses on results instead of methods. It makes individuals responsible for results and takes more time in the beginning than gofer delegation, but it’s time well invested.
  55. 55. Think Win/Win4 Habit We have committed the golden rule to memory: Let us now commit it to life. Edwin Markham
  56. 56. Lose/Win HighLow Win/Win Lose/Lose Win/Lose CONSIDERATION Low High COURAGE
  57. 57. Understand, then to be Understood5 Habit ‘Seek first to understand’ involves a deep shift in paradigm. Edwin Markham “Seek first to understand” involves a deep shift in paradigm. We typically seek first to be understood. Instead, most people listen to the reply
  58. 58. Character is constantly radiating, communicating Character & Communication
  59. 59. Empathic Listening
  60. 60. Empathic Listening As you learn to listen deeply to other people, you will discover tremendous differences in perception.
  61. 61. Empathic Listening Empathetic listening is powerful because it gives you accurate data to work with. It takes time, but nowhere near the time that it takes to back up and correct misunderstandings when you’re already miles down the road.
  62. 62. Logos The essence of seeking first to understand and making effective presentations Ethos Pathos
  63. 63. Logos The essence of seeking first to understand and making effective presentations Ethos Pathos your personal credibility, the trust you inspire.
  64. 64. Logos The essence of seeking first to understand and making effective presentations Ethos Pathos your empathetic side, showing you are in alignment with the emotional thrust of another person’s communication.
  65. 65. Logos The essence of seeking first to understand and making effective presentations Ethos Pathos the reasoning part of the presentation.
  66. 66. Synergy6 Habit “The whole is greater than the sum of its parts” 1 1 3 Exercising all the other habits prepares us for the habit of synergy.
  67. 67. Levels of Communication COOPERATION TRUST High Low Low High Defensive (Win/Lose or Lose/Win) Respectful (Compromise) Synergistic (Win/Win)
  68. 68. Force Field Analysis Restraining Forces Driving Forces
  69. 69. Sharpen the Saw7 Habit “Sometimes when I consider what tremendous consequences come from little things … I am tempted to think … there are no little things” Bruce Barton
  70. 70. Physical
  71. 71. Social/Emotional
  72. 72. Mental
  73. 73. Spiritual
  74. 74. Self Awareness Conscience Power of Imagination Will Power or IndependentWill Unique Human Endowments 4 1 2 3 4
  75. 75. A BREAK FROM TRADITIONALWISDOM TOWARD 7 HABITS PRINCIPLES Habit 2 Habit 1 Habit 7 Habit 6 Habit 3 Habit 5 Habit 4 We are a product of our environment and upbringing. Society is the source of our values Reactive to the tyranny of the urgent. Acted upon by the environment. Win-lose. One-sided benefit. Fight, flight, or compromise when faced with conflict Differences are threats. Independence is the highest value. Unity means sameness. Entropy. Burnout on one track - typically work. We are a product of our choices to our environment and upbringing. Values are self-chosen and provide foundation for decision making. Values flow out of principles Actions flow from that which is important Win-win. Mutual benefit Communication solves problems Differences are values and are opportunities for synergy. Continuous self-renewal and self-improvement. Paradigm Shift
  76. 76. Live the Seven Habits Spend time in Quadrant II Follow correct principles Control own life Maintain high Emotional Bank Account with self and others Maintain reserve capacity Be resilient Empower and serve others Communicate Empathically Synergize with others using a win-win approach Duplicity Unkindness Violated expectations Outside stress and pressures Time wasters Interruptions Pressing problems Crisis Personal Immune System
  77. 77. Choose your Path
  78. 78. Thank You

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