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#1 Be Proactive -You make choices about your life. -Choose to respondto bad things in good ways. -Think about those things that YOU can change.
#2 Begin with the End in MindDecide what your goals are first. Imagine what you want, and then get started!
#3 Put First Things FirstDecide what is the most important, and do that first.
Have an EVERYONE can win attitude.#4 Think Win-Win Have an EVERYONE can win attitude.
#5 Seek First to Understand, Then to Be UnderstoodBefore you talk, REALLY listen to what others are saying.
Work together so that everyone is better.#6 Synergize Work together so that everyone is better.
Spend time resting, learning and growing.#7 Sharpen the Saw Spend time resting, learning and growing.
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