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Date Created: 02/04/16
First Year Seminar – from The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People Habit 2 Begin with the end in mind: To begin with an end in mind means to always start everything you do with clear ending. This mean when you start something always know where you want to end so you can have clear steps in the direction you want to go in. All things are created twice: To begin with the end in mind coincides with all things are created twice. When you think of all things are created twice you have to think of the mental picture before you go out and do it. For example, you know you want to build a garden but you will have to figure out where to put it, what to put in and so forth. For another example if you want to plan a speech in a speech class or even for a seminar, you have to plan what to talk about. Not only what to talk about but to also make sure you talk about the perfect topic as well as make sure you use proper grammar. By Design or Default: If we as people do not become aware of our surroundings and do not take responsibility of our own actions, we tend to let outsiders outside of our circle of influence dictate our lives by default. Leadership and Management – the two creations: Leadership You have to always keep in mind of what you want to accomplish. Leadership is doing the right things. Leadership is for example always wondering if the ladder is leading upon the wall right. Being a leader is always the one who surveys everything and makes the right decision. Management management is doing things right. Management is for example always thinking of climbing the ladder to success. Rescripting: becoming your own creator: We exercise personal leadership through imagination and conscience. Imagination we can visualize the potential the we have within us; with conscience we can realize the guidelines of the potential we have within us and reshape them. When you reshape your scripts, you have the ability to change things in your default that was already handed to you. We are able to remove the ineffective scripts and create new effective scripts. A personal Mission Statement: Beginning with the end in mind is to file your own personal statement or something that will define you. This will define your uniqueness, and will how determine how you reshape your script. At the center: In order to write a personal mission statement, we must look into our circle of influence, which is fillies with basic paradigms of how we see the world. Security: Your sense of worth: Guidance: Your source of direction: Wisdom: Your perspective on life. Power: The strength you have to accomplish something. Alternative centers: Spouse centeredness: Everything you do including your needs are all based around your spouse. Family centeredness: Yours actions are limited by family models and traditions. Money centeredness: You are restricted to what you can accomplish with your money. Work centeredness: Your actions are limited by work role models. Possession centeredness: You function within the limits of what you can buy. Pleasure centeredness: Your power is negligible. Friend/enemy centeredness: You are limited by your social comfort zone. / The little power you do have comes from your anger. Church centeredness: Perceived power comes from your church position or role. Selfcenteredness: your ability to act is limited to your own resources. Principle centeredness: your power is limited by your understanding and observance of natural law and correct principles. Two ways to tap the right brain: Visualization and affirmation: You can use your brain to be more aware of your values in life. A good affirmation has 5 basic ingredients: its personal, its positive, its present tense, its visual, and its emotional. Write something positive then visualize it.
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