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By: Ryan D. Palmiter. 7 Habits of Highly Effective People. Be Proactive, y ou can either be proactive or reactive when it comes to how you respond to certain things. When you are reactive, you blame other people and circumstances for obstacles or problems.

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be proactive

Be Proactive, you can either be proactive or reactive when it comes to how you respond to certain things.

When you are reactive, you blame other people and circumstances for obstacles or problems.

Being proactive means taking responsibility for everything in life.

Initiative and taking action will then follow.

Between stimulus and response, we have the power of free will to choose our response.

Be Proactive
put first things first

Put First things First.

Here, a person describes a framework for prioritizing work that is aimed at short-term goals.

At the expense of tasks that appear not to be urgent, but are in fact very important.

Delegation is presented as an important part of time management.

Successful delegation, focuses on results and benchmarks that are to be agreed upon in advance, rather than prescribed as detailed work plans.

Put First Things First
think win win

Think Win/Win describes an attitude whereby mutually beneficial solutions are sought that satisfy the needs of oneself, or, in the case of a conflict, both parties involved.

Think Win/Win
seek first to understand then to be understood

Seek First to Understand, Then to be Understood.

People giving out advice before having empathetically understood a person and their situation will likely result in rejection of that advice.

Thoroughly reading out your own autobiography will decrease the chance of establishing a working communication.

Seek First To Understand, Then To Be Understood
synergize

Synergize describes a way of working in teams.

Apply effective problem solving.

Apply collaborative decision making.

Value differences.

Build on divergent strengths.

Leverage creative collaboration.

Embrace and leverage innovation.

It is put forth that when synergy is pursued as a habit, the result of the teamwork will exceed the sum of what each of the members could have achieved on their own.

Synergize
sharpen the saw

Sharpen the saw focuses on balanced self-satisfaction by engaging in carefully selected recreational activities.

Sharpen The Saw
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