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The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People A collaborative presentation by: Tom Kidwell, Anas, Abdul, and David Kim Introduction • First published 1998 • 25 million copies sold • Self-help • “The Character Ethic” • “Goose That Laid the golden Eggs” • P/PC ratio • “True North” Stephen Richards Covey • Born October 24, 1932 • Salt Lake City, Utah • Education • BS-University of Utah • MBA-Harvard Business School • PHD-Brigham Young University • Occupation • Author, professional speaker, Consultant, management expert • Died July 16, 2012 (age 79) 7 Habits Philosophy • Dependence • • • • 1-Be Proactive 2-Begin with the end in mind 3-PUT FIRST THINGS FIRST Private Victory • Independence • 4-Think Win-Win • 5-Seek first to understand, then to be understood • 6-Synergize • Public Victory • Interdependence • Sharpen the Saw Put First Things First • The Third Habit • PUT FIRST THINGS FIRST • Establishes logistics • Leads to “Personal Victory • Enables Independence • The most important Habit • Book “First Things First” • (Stephen Covey & Roger Merrill, 1994) • Based on The Third Habit Activities can have: Urgency Importance An activity is urgent if you or others feel that it requires immediate action. An activity is important if you personally find it valuable, and if it contributes to your mission, values, and high-priority goals. ● Paying your utility bill due on 12/2/16 ● Studying for your Econ final that is at 5:00 PM today ● Working on your history paper that is due in 2 months ● Volunteering at Second Harvest Food Bank ● Checking a Facebook notification ● Getting a phone call from your brother about walking the dog ● Buying concert tickets that are about to go out of sale ● Picking up your friends from a party ● Watching TV ● Heading to H&M to buy some fall boots ● Paying your utility bill due on 12/2/16 ● Studying for your Econ final that is at 5:00 PM today ● Working on your history paper that is due in 2 months ● Volunteering at Second Harvest Food Bank ● Checking a Facebook notification ● Getting a phone call from your brother about walking the dog ● Buying concert tickets that are about to go out of sale ● Picking up your friends from a party ● Watching TV ● Heading to H&M to buy some fall boots ● Paying your utility bill due on 12/2/16 ● Studying for your Econ final that is at 5:00 PM today ● Working on your history paper that is due in 2 months ● Volunteering at Second Harvest Food Bank ● Checking a Facebook notification ● Getting a phone call from your brother about walking the dog ● Buying concert tickets that are about to go out of sale ● Picking up your friends from a party ● Watching TV ● Heading to H&M to buy some fall boots ● Paying your utility bill due on 12/2/16 ● Studying for your Econ final that is at 5:00 PM today ● Working on your history paper that is due in 2 months ● Volunteering at Second Harvest Food Bank ● Checking a Facebook notification ● Getting a phone call from your brother about walking the dog ● Buying concert tickets that are about to go out of sale ● Picking up your friends from a party ● Watching TV ● Heading to H&M to buy some fall boots Takeaways: ● Highly effective people prioritize Quadrant 2 ● The key is not to prioritize what’s on your schedule, but to schedule your priorities. ● Deciding on what not to do is just as important as deciding what to do. ● Have a sense of proactivity and initiative. “What's urgent is seldom important. What's important is seldom urgent.” DWIGHT D. EISENHOWER “Deciding on what not to do is as important as deciding what to do.” STEVE JOBS ...
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The 7 Habits of Highly
Effective People
A collaborative presentation by:
Tom Kidwell, Anas,
Abdul, and David Kim

Introduction

• First published 1998
• 25 million copies sold
• Self-help
• “The Character Ethic”
• “Goose That Laid the golden Eggs”
• P/PC ratio

• “True North”

Stephen Richards Covey
• Born October 24, 1932
• Salt Lake City, Utah

• Education
• BS-University of Utah
• MBA-Harvard Business School
• PHD-Brigham Young University

• Occupation
• Author, professional speaker,
Consultant, management expert

• Died July 16, 2012 (age 79)

7 Habits Philosophy
• Dependence





1-Be Proactive
2-Begin with the end in mind
3-PUT FIRST THINGS FIRST
Private Victory

• Independence
• 4-Think Win-Win
• 5-Seek first to understand, then to be
understood
• 6-Synergize
• Public Victory

• Interdependence
• Sharpen the Saw

Put First Things First
• The Third Habit
• PUT FIRST THINGS FIRST
• Establishes logistics
...

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