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7 Habits of Highly Effective Teens
The Set UpPrivate VictoryPublic VictoryRenewal
Bonus Round B 1 B 3 B 4 B 2
B 1 I am your constant companion. I am your greatest helper or heaviest burden. I will push you onward or drag you down. I am completely at your command. What is a habit?
B 2 You must schedule in the important things (big rocks), then the next important things (pebbles), then the least important things (sand). What is the big rock experiment?
B 3 Taking care of the body, brain, heart and soul. What is Habit 7?
B 4 The way we think about and see things. What are paradigms?
Row 1, Col 1 Honesty, Integrity, Respect What are Principles?
1,2 Keep Promises to Yourself Do Small Acts of Kindness Be Honest Renew Yourself What are deposits into the Personal Bank Account?
1,3 Listen with your eyes, heart & ears. Stand in their shoes. Practice mirroring. What is Genuine Listening?
1,4 Keep a journal. Take time each day to mediate, exercise or rest. Watch the sunset tonight. What is taking care of your soul ?
2,1 How you feel about yourself, You make deposits and withdrawals What is Personal Bank Account?
2,2 Someone who does urgent and important things. Examples are: exam tomorrow, car break down, late for school. What is the Procrastinator?
2,3 Define the problem or opportunity Their Way My Way Brainstorm High Way What is Synergy Action Plan?
2,4 Education Quality Media Read Debate What is taking care of your brain?
3,1 I feel like a doormat. I always allow others to win, even when it means I lose. What is Lose-Win thinking?
3,2 Control your own destiny or someone will do it for you. What is Habit 2 – Begin with the End in Mind?
3,3 7 % Words 53% Body Language 40% Tone/Feeling What is how we communicate?
3,4 Exercise and eat healthy. What is something you can do to take care of your body?
4,1 Sharpen the Saw What is the title of Habit 7?
4,2 Taking time for yourself, to renew your energies, to relax and enjoy. What is renewal?
4,3 Spacing Out Pretend Listening Selective Listening Word Listening Self-Centered Listening What are the 5 poor listening styles?
4,4 This person is responsible making the positive changes. Who is YOU (student)?
5,1 Friend Centered Stuff Centered Boyfriend/Girlfriend-Centered School Centered Parent Centered What are negative paradigms?
5,2 A motto or personal credo that states what your life is about. What is a Personal Mission Statement?
5,3 The all you can eat buffet. What is Win-Win?
5,4 Mrs. Fairall, Mrs. Iversen & Ms. Babcock Who are the teachers who have taught this book to their AVID and Health Classes?
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