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Stephen Coveys

The 7 Habits of
Highly Effective People
Powerful Lessons in Personal Change

Presentation by:

Dr. Scott Kunkel


Associate Professor
University of San Diego
Dr. Scott W. Kunkel

Personality and Character Ethics


Personality Ethic (post WWI)
Personality, public image, attitudes & behaviors,
skills and techniques, quick fixes

Character Ethic (pre WWI)


Integrity, humility, fidelity, temperance,
courage, justice, patience, industry, simplicity,
modesty, the Golden Rule
Not just What do I want? but Why do I want
it?
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The Power of a Paradigm Shift

What is a paradigm?
What is a paradigm shift?
My paradigm shift -- caring vs. enabling
Near-death experiences frequently cause
people to experience a paradigm shift.
Not all paradigm shifts are instantaneous -some happen gradually over time.
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Will the left side of the room


please stand and face the back of
the room
I will show the right side of the room
a picture for ten seconds and ask you
to remember what you saw
Dr. Scott W. Kunkel

Dr. Scott W. Kunkel


University of San Diego

Will the right side of the room


please stand and face the back of
the room
I will show the left side of the room a
picture for ten seconds and ask you
to remember what you saw
Dr. Scott W. Kunkel

Dr. Scott W. Kunkel


University of San Diego

Will both sides of the room


please sit back down
I will show you a picture for ten
seconds and ask you to describe what
you saw
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Dr. Scott W. Kunkel


University of San Diego

What did you see?

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Dr. Scott W. Kunkel


University of San Diego

The Seven Habits


Knowledge
(what to, why to)

Habits
Skills
(how to)

Desire
(want to)

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Private Victories
The First Three Habits

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Habit # 1

Be Proactive

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Freedom
to
Choose

Stimulus

SelfAwarness

Response

Independent
Will
Imagination

Conscience

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Circle of Concern

Circle of Influence

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Circle of Concern

Circle of Influence

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Habit # 2

Begin with the


End in Mind
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Alternative Centers

Spouse centered
Family centered
Money centered
Possession centered

Pleasure centered
Friend/Enemy centered
Church centered
Self centered

Principle Centered

Write a Personal Mission Statement


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Habit # 3

Put First Things


First
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Time Management Matrix


Important

Not Important

Urgent

III

Activities:

Not Urgent
II Activities:
Prevention, PC activities
Relationship building
Recognizing new opportunities
Planning, recreation

Crises
Pressing Problems
Deadline Driven Projects

IV

Activities:
Interruptions, some calls
Some mail, some reports
Some meetings
Proximate, pressing matters
Popular activities

Activities:
Trivia, busy work
Some mail
Some phone calls
Time wasters
Pleasant activities

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Public Victories
The Second Three Habits

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Habit # 4

Think Win/Win

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Six Paradigms of Human


Interaction

Win
Win/lose
Lose/Win
Lose/Lose
Win/Win
Win/Win or No Deal
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Habit # 5

Seek First to
Understand,
Then to be
Understood
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Habit # 6

Synergize

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Renewal
The Seventh Habit

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Habit # 7

Sharpen the Saw

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Physical
Exercise, Nutrition
Stress Management

Mental

Social/Emotional

Reading, Visualizing
Planning, Writing

Service, Empathy
Synergy, Intrinsic Security

Spiritual
Value Clarification
& Commitment, Study
& Meditation
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Stephen Coveys

The 7 Habits of
Highly Effective People
Powerful Lessons in Personal Change

Presentation by:

Dr. Scott Kunkel


Associate Professor
University of San Diego
Dr. Scott W. Kunkel