7 habits of highly effective teens: habit 1- 2 intrinsic & extrinsic motivation

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  • 7 Habits of Highly Effective Teens: Habit 1- 2

    Intrinsic & Extrinsic Motivation

  • Habit 1: You are the Driver, Not the Passenger

  • Habit 1: Be ProactiveProactive people make choices based on values

  • Habit 1: Be ProactiveThey think before they act

  • Habit 1: Be ProactiveKnow they cant control everything, but you can control what you do about it

  • Habit 1: Be ProactiveCalm, cool and controlled

  • Habit 1: Reactive QualitiesTake no responsibility for lifeReactive people make choices based on impulse

  • Habit 1: Reactive QualitiesLike a can of soda popif life shakes them up a bit, the pressure builds and they explode

  • Habit 1: Reactive QualitiesReactive people are victimsParentsStupid teachersLousy neighborhoodBoyfriend or girlfriendGovernmentSomething or somebody else

  • Habit 1: Reactive Qualities

    Act like an animalIf hungry, eatIf someone yells, yell backIf feel like doing something wrong, just do it

  • Habit 1: Reactive QualitiesStruggle with communicating fear of life

  • Habit 1: ScenarioYour parents discover your math grade recently went from an 80 to a 69REACTIVE RESPONSESLie to them and tell them you worked harder than you really didTell them you have a bad teacher and you cant learn the way they teachYell at them and blame them for always being quick to point out your faults

  • Habit 1: ScenarioYour parents discover your math grade recently went from an 80 to a 69PROACTIVE RESPONSESTell them you made some bad choices with your class and study time and hold yourself accountable to improving your habitsTell them that you struggle with learning from your teacher; work out a plan to talk to your teacher privatelyTell them that this class is really hard and you need help figuring out what to do

  • Habit 1: Circle of ControlMyselfChoicesResponsesAttitudes

  • Habit 1: Circle of ControlHow do you respond to what happens to you? What is beyond your circle of control?

  • Habit 1: Circle of ControlWhat happens when you spend your time and energy worrying about something you cant control? Answer: Feel more out of control

  • Habit 2: Since Youre the Driver, Decide Where You Want to Go & Draw a Map to Get There

  • Habit 2: Begin with the End in MindDevelop a clear picture of where you want to go in life

  • Habit 2: Begin with the End in Mind

    Decide what your values areSet goals

  • Habit 2: Personal Mission StatementPersonal credo or motto that states what your life is aboutBlueprint for your lifeGives direction & focus

  • Habit 2: Personal Mission Statement

    Life is a mission, not a career. A career is a profession. A mission is a cause. A career asks, Whats in it for me? A mission asks, How can I make a difference? S. Covey, 7 Habits of Highly Effective TeensStable, alive and continually growing

  • Habit 2: Mission Statement Examples

  • Habit 2: Mission Statement Examples

  • Intrinsic MotivationSomething you do because you enjoy doing itReward is inside

  • Extrinsic MotivationSomething you do and may not have any interest in doingThe reward is external Required for life

  • How Are Setting Goals an Important Part of Helping You Perform in School?

  • Use Role Models to Help Overcome Tough Obstacles