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Reasons for writing the book Success: Covey’s point of view Example: Thomas Edison. No certain goal Laziness Depression Lack of self confidence. Focus on Friends. Focus on Things. Focus on Parents. Focus on College. Focus on Principles. Is intersecton of three : Knowledge Skills

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Reasons for writing the book

  • Success:
    • Covey’s point of view
    • Example: Thomas Edison
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No certain goal

  • Laziness
  • Depression
  • Lack of self confidence
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Focus on Friends.

Focus on Things.

Focus on Parents.

Focus on College.

Focus on Principles.

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Is intersectonof three :

  • Knowledge
  • Skills
  • Desire
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“Sow a thought and you reap an act.

Sow an act and you reap a habit.

Sow a habit and you reap a character.

Sow a character and you reap a destiny.”

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Dependence

  • Independence
  • Interdependence
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Proactive Language

Reactive Language

I'll try

That's just how I am

There's nothing I can do

I can't

You ruined my day

  • I'll do it
  • I can do better than that
  • Let's look at our options
  • There has to be a way
  • I'm not going to let your bad mood rub off on me
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Pro-active

Reactive

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Direct .

  • Indirect .
  • No control .

The solution: Circle of Influence

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Have’s (Reactive)

Be’s (Proactive)

I can be a better role model…

I can be more organized / resourceful…

I will be more diligent…

I can be more loving / understanding…

I can seek out personnel and be able to understand…

  • I’ll be happy when I have a full establishment…
  • If only I had a boss who wasn’t...
  • If I had respect from…
  • If I could just have management days…
  • If the environment was more conducive…
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“When we pick up one end of the stick , we pick the other ”

Success is on one far side of failure .

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Work in your circle of influence, make small commitments and keep it .

  • Be part of the solution, not part of the problem .
  • When you have a mistake, admit it, correct it, learn from it ,and stop blaming .
  • Look at the weakness of others with compassion, not accusation .
  • If you start to think the problem is "out there," stop yourself. That thought is the problem.
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As in computer metaphor

habit 1 says:

“you are programmer” ,

habit 2 says :

“write the program”.

  • Meaning of beginning with the end
    • How different our lives when

we really know what is important to us

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There are 2 additional unique human gifts that enable us to expand our proactively are imagination and conscience.

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Because each individual is unique, a personal mission will reflect that uniqness.

  • Personal mission based

on correct principles.

  • We detect our mission in life rather than inventing it
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Writing is not done in

Day and night, It takes a

While.

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Determine your priorities.

  • Achieve your goals

according to your standards

and your principles.

  • Increase your focus.
  • The size of your abilities.
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Collect your favourite quotes.

  • All inside your mind.
  • Escape away.
  • For lazy people take your time.
  • Make it unique
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Whitney Nozsky

I will always give you my best shot

I care - world

- life

- people

- self

I love - me

- family

- world

- knowledge

- education

- life

I fight - for my beliefs

- for my feelings

- for achievement

- for Voluntary work

- for believing on my self

Building bridges for life friends family

hardworking

I will get my career as soon as I graduate

The idea of having fun 

Belief on success

Focus on my plan

Mind knows no boundaries and the heart knows no fear

They’ll always remember me

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Three warnings:

1.Negative titles.

They used to call me

2.Saying "It's over”.

3.Wrong goals.

Often in our quest for more fame to be apart of the favourite group we lose our sight to the things that is more important.

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Calculate the cost.

  • Make it written.
  • Just do it.
  • Co-operation

Add a touch of realism.

The goal that is not written is just a wish.

Do it or not ,but don’t try.

Whenever your ropes increase, your chances for success increase.

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Take the advantage of the important moments.

New house

New job

Second chance

Victory

Gradu-ation

New season

New city

New acade-mic year

New friend

Promo-tion

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Remember that life is a message, Gandhi had his message to liberate 200 Indians, Martin Luther King had a message to ensure the civil rights to all people.

Enjoy your

day

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The key to time management is not to prioritize what’s on your schedule but to schedule your priorities.

  • It’s almost impossible to say NO to the popularity of urgent , non important matters , if you don’t have a bigger YES burning inside.
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Habit 1 : Be Proactive

Is about being in charge and creator.

Habit 2 : Beginning with the end in mind

Is about vision.

Habit 3 : Put first things first

Is about managing time.