The 7 Habits of Highly Effective Teens

The 7 Habits of Highly Effective Teens

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Applies the proven wisdom of the 7 habits to teens and the tough issues and life-changing decisions they face.
Publisher: New York : Simon & Schuster Audio
Copyright Date: ℗1998
Characteristics: text file
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Additional Contributors: 3M Cloud Library

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Ginger_44
Apr 18, 2017

As I began reading this book, it seemed a little cheesy, so I was worried it would be like that throughout the book. But, thankfully, it got better. This book has made a positive impact on my life and given me renewed ambition. I liked how the author included real stories from real people; it gave the book more authenticity. The 7 Habits are principles you can use throughout your whole life, not just as a teen, which makes this book valuable for people of all ages, really. Also, this book was pretty short and sweet, so it kept my attention the whole way through. Highly recommend!

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Alanreviews
Dec 12, 2016

A good book with good messages. Highly recommend to everyone and anyone.

cjcarson Nov 19, 2016

an enjoyable read with lots of good advice about priorities, life and how everyone has ther own way of doing things.

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Haven0406
Mar 22, 2014

I enjoyed reading this, i honestlty did not expect to read this and now I don't regret. Lots of good advice. Recommended.

LindaLi7 Aug 13, 2013

Great book to read and you get to learn a lot of things from this book!!!

jack48 Aug 12, 2013

NICE BOOK THAT GIVES TO HELP IMPROVE YOUR LIFE

Kuma_0 Jun 25, 2013

Good Book!

LauraO18 Jul 18, 2012

I honestly can't believe that there would be a single teenager who couldn't get sometime immensely valuable out of this book. A great, easy read with wonderful, practical tips about improving your life, being a better person, and opening doors to pursuing your dreams.

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Dec 12, 2016

Alanreviews thinks this title is suitable for 12 years and over

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Jul 30, 2015

Jordynswag thinks this title is suitable for 12 years and over

black_penguin_254 Oct 28, 2014

black_penguin_254 thinks this title is suitable for between the ages of 10 and 99

jack48 Aug 12, 2013

jack48 thinks this title is suitable for between the ages of 13 and 18

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Jan 06, 2013

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black_penguin_254 Oct 28, 2014

Be Proactive is about taking responsibility for your life. You can't keep blaming everything on your parents or grandparents. Proactive people recognize that they are "response-able." They don't blame genetics, circumstances, conditions, or conditioning for their behavior. They know they choose their behavior. Reactive people, on the other hand, are often affected by their physical environment. They find external sources to blame for their behavior. If the weather is good, they feel good. If it isn't, it affects their attitude and performance, and they blame the weather. All of these external forces act as stimuli that we respond to. Between the stimulus and the response is your greatest power--you have the freedom to choose your response. One of the most important things you choose is what you say. Your language is a good indicator of how you see yourself. A proactive person uses proactive language--I can, I will, I prefer, etc. A reactive person uses reactive language--I can't, I have to, if only. Reactive people believe they are not responsible for what they say and do--they have no choice.

Instead of reacting to or worrying about conditions over which they have little or no control, proactive people focus their time and energy on things they can control. The problems, challenges, and opportunities we face fall into two areas--Circle of Concern and Circle of Influence.

Proactive people focus their efforts on their Circle of Influence. They work on the things they can do something about: health, children, problems at work. Reactive people focus their efforts in the Circle of Concern--things over which they have little or no control: the national debt, terrorism, the weather. Gaining an awareness of the areas in which we expend our energies in is a giant step in becoming proactive.

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