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高效能人士的七个习惯(英文PPT版)the seven habits of highly efective families


Slide presentation by Ken du Pisanie

Written by Stephen R. Covey

You’re Going to be
“Off Track” 90% of the Time. So What?

Good families – even great families – are off track 90% of the time.
The key is that they have a sense of destination. They know what the “track” looks like. And they keep coming back to it time and time again.

The key is in having a
destination, a flight plan, and a compass.

Invest the next few minutes in this presentation, and you will be given the most valuable tools ever to find your destination for your family.

Have the end in mind: A Beautiful Family Culture

HABIT 1

BE PROACTIVE

We do not
have to love. We choose to love.

To do carefully and constantly and kindly
many little things is not a little thing.

The way you treat any
relationship in the family will eventually affect every relationship in the family.

HABIT 2

BEGIN WITH THE END IN MIND

Create a
clear, compelling vision of what you and your family are all about.

A family mission statement is a
combined, unified expression from all family members of what your family is all about and the principles you choose to govern your family life.

For the most part, families don’t
have the kind of mission statement so critical to organizational success. Yet the family is the most important, fundamental organization in the world.

Through a family
mission statement you can let your children know that you are totally committed to them, and that you have been from the very moment of their birth or adoption.

HABIT 3

PUT FIRST THINGS FIRST

Making Family a Priority in a Turbulent World

“Okay, now, I know what you’re going to hear from people is “We don’t have the time. But if you don’t have the time for one night or at least one hour during the week where everybody can come together as a family, then the family is not the priority.” ~ Oprah Winfrey ~

Things which matter the most must
never be at the mercy of things which matter least.

The place to start is not with
the assumption that work is non-negotiable; it’s with the assumption that family is nonnegotiable. That one shift of mind-set opens the door to all kinds of creative possibilities.

The role of
parents is a unique one, a sacred stewardship in life. Is there really anything that would outweigh the importance of fulfilling that stewardship well?

HABIT 4

THINK “WIN~WIN”

Moving
from “Me” to “We”

The question is
this: “Would you be willing to search for a solution that is better than what either of us is now proposing?”

The commitment is this:
“Let me listen to you first” or “Help me understand.”

The principle is
this: What is important to another person must be as important to you as the other person is to you.

Parenting is not about being popular and giving in to every child’s whim and desire. It’s about making decisions that truly are win-win – however they may appear to the child at the time.

HABIT 5

SEEK FIRST TO UNDERSTAND…THEN TO BE UNDERSTOOD

Solving family problems
through emphatic communication

There’s no way to have rich, rewarding
family relationships without real understanding

Most mistakes with family
members are not the result of bad intent. It’s just that we really don’t understand. We don’t see clearly into one another’s hearts.

When you understand…

You don’t judge.

Each person
needs to be loved in his or her own special way. They key to making deposits, therefore, is to understand – and to speak – that person’s language of love

The technique of emphatic listening is just the
tip of the iceberg. The great mass of the iceberg is a deep and sincere desire to truly understand.

HABIT 6

SYNERGIZE

Building family unity through
celebrating differences

You must be able to say sincerely, “The
fact that we see things differently is a strength – not a weakness – in our relationship.

Once you
realize that each problem is asking for a response instead of just triggering a reaction, you start to learn. You become a learning family.

HABIT 7

SHARPEN THE SAW

Renewing
the family spirit through traditions

Every family must take time to renew itself
in the four key areas of life: physical, social, mental, and spiritual.

If you organize
your family life to spend ten or fifteen minutes a morning reading something that connects you to timeless principles, you will make better choices during the day – in the family, on the job, in every dimension of life.

Sharpening the saw is the highest leverage activity in
life because it affects everything else so powerfully

From Survival…To stability…To Success…To Significance

I don’t know what your destiny will be, but one thing I know:
The only ones among you who will really be happy are those who have sought and found how to serve. ~ Albert Schweitzer ~

ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS & CREDITS

The 7 Habits of Highly Effective Families by Stephen R. Covey 1998 Simon & Schuster UK Ltd. (London)

Slide presentation by Ken du Pisanie


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