Summary of 14_Cap. 10: Hábito 6: Sinergizar_Los 7 hábitos de los adolescentes altamente efectivos_Sean Covey

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In the video, Sean Covey discusses the importance of working together to achieve a common goal, and how to achieve synergy by following seven habits of highly effective adolescents. He suggests that it takes maturity to be able to achieve synergy, and that you need to be willing to hear the other person's perspective, be patient, and allow your creativity to flow.

  • 00:00:00 The video discusses the sixth habit of effective adolescents, which is to work together to achieve a common goal. The scientists who discovered this were surprised to find that when a group of birds fly in formation, they are able to fly 71% further than when each bird flies alone. The second bird in the formation usually takes the lead, and when one of the birds in the formation gets tired or injured, the other birds will help it and stay with it until it recovers or dies. After the injured bird leaves the formation, the other birds will follow it until it falls out of the group or creates its own group. These birds are very effective in working together and are able to cooperate well despite their differences. The sixth habit of effective adolescents is to work together to achieve a common goal. This is important because it allows them to fly farther and faster than they would be able to if they flew solo. Celebrating differences is a necessary step in achieving synergy, and I will never forget when I met Kim Jung A, a native of Tonga, in high school. I was scared at first because this guy had the body of my favorite food. However, I eventually got to know him and found that he was a very friendly person. The video discusses
  • 00:05:00 The video discusses how to successfully interact with others, by discussing the seven habits of highly effective adolescents. Sean Covey explains that while people may look different, they share some common traits, such as being passionate about sports, and being dedicated to their friends. He says that, due to our differences, it's often difficult to know what someone is thinking or plans to do, but that being friends with someone who is different is refreshing. I enjoyed being friends with him, especially when we would get into arguments. He had strengths that I didn't have, so together we formed a great team. The world is not full of genetically-recreated replicas that think and act the same way as everyone else. We learn this lesson especially when we hear the word 'diversity' – most of us usually think about racial and gender differences, but we also include physical differences in our thinking, such as clothing styles, social position, religious beliefs, etc. At level 1, diversity means tolerating differences. At level 2, we learn to live with diversity. At level 3, we celebrate diversity. The editor of these videos discusses how some people are afraid of differences and are scared to approach others. They believe that differences are obstacles that prevent synergy. They don't realize
  • 00:10:00 The author discusses how it is easier to appreciate differences when we realize that we are all a minority of one. He talks about how adults can learn best through their dominant intelligence type-linguistic, reading, and writing, logic, patterns, category relationships, body awareness, and emotions. He also discusses how adolescents can learn best through interacting with others and personal interactions. The main obstacle to synergies is ignorance, which means that people do not have any clues about what others are thinking or what has happened to them. This can be a difficult issue to deal with, but it is important to remember that not everyone is the same, and that is what makes each person special.
  • 00:15:00 The video discusses the idea of "habits," and how having good habits can make you more successful. One example is the fact that being deaf doesn't mean you're "minusválidos," or weak. Instead of viewing deafness as a deficiency, try to understand what it's like to be deaf and act accordingly. This will open up your understanding not just of others, but of yourself as well. There is no bad thing about wanting to be around people who make you feel better. It becomes a problem only when your group of friends becomes exclusive, and begins to reject anyone who is not like them. It can be difficult to value different things in a closed group, and those who are left out often feel like second-class citizens. But becoming part of a group is easy, and all you need is to lose your own identity and become part of the collective. Prejudice is one of the oldest problems in the world, and one that is often difficult to overcome. Some people will feel threatened by someone just because of the color of their skin, or the way they speak. This is a very negative feeling, and one that most people experience at some point in their lives. It's sad that minority groups,
  • 00:20:00 The speaker discusses how some adolescents can be highly effective by following seven habits. One girl thanked some friends for helping her when her family had problems. A boy talked about some people who helped him during a difficult period of time. He then got up and a girl in third grade approached the microphone, pointing to the section where second-year students were seated, and challenged all schools to let that boy be. When I turned to look, I saw that he was smiling ear to ear. The speaker goes on to say that once you accept the idea that differences are a strength, and commit to at least trying to celebrate them, you are ready to find the path elevation. The Buddhist definition of the "middle way" does not mean compromise, but something more elevated like the apex of a triangle. The synergy is something more than a commitment, it's cooperation and creativity fused. When the founders of the United States formed their government, one man proposed the plan of New Jersey, which said that regardless of population size, states should have the same number of representatives in government. This plan favored smaller states. James Madison had a separate island known as "plan virginia" which said that larger states should have more representatives. This plan favored larger states. After trying and failing to
  • 00:25:00 The video discusses the idea of "sinergia," or the cooperation of different groups in order to achieve a common goal. Various weeks of debate resulted in a decision that left everyone happy- two chambers of Congress will have two representatives from each state, regardless of population size. The House of Representatives will be represented by each state's population, while the Senate will be based on population size, but each state will have two representatives. The House of Representatives will be divided based on population, but the Senate will remain divided no matter how many people are in a state. The video goes on to explain the process of "lluvia de ideas," or the raining of new ideas. First, you need to be able to listen to others. You learn this habit from Habit #5, which is to understand and listen to others. Second, you need to be able to share your feelings. You learn this from Habit #5, which is to express your feelings openly. Finally, you need to be able to try out your ideas. You learn this from Habit #5, which is to create and try out new ideas. With these habits in place, you can successfully achieve "sinergia." You will be able to communicate with your parents in
  • 00:30:00 The video discusses how to work together as a team to achieve a common goal, and how to achieve synergy by following seven habits of highly effective adolescents. Sean Covey suggests that it takes maturity to be able to achieve synergy, and that you need to be willing to hear the other person's perspective, be patient, and allow your creativity to flow. One student discusses how to resolve conflicts by using one of Sean Covey's principles, which is to try to gain the other person's cooperation by talking or by negotiating.
  • 00:35:00 This video discusses how Sean Covey believes that it is essential to have a habit of collaborating and working together in order to be successful. Sean Covey talks about how he became successful by having seven habits that helped him to be an effective individual. He shares how being able to work with others and create synergies is essential to creating successful teams. The Olympic basketball player Deborah Miller says that following these seven habits will help you be successful in any endeavor.
  • 00:40:00 Covey discusses the importance of having effective adolescent habits, noting that even when playing a game of life, what will stick with you are the feelings of teamwork and forgetting shots and scores, but never forgetting your classmates' baby steps. However, when you encounter a teacher or acquaintance with a disability, you feel pity instead of anger. Covey describes six habits that are key to developing successful adolescent behaviors. First, be open to diversity in all areas of life. Second, be comfortable discussing personal problems with adults. Third, be creative in solving problems. Fourth, have strong team-work and interpersonal relationships. Fifth, enjoy making things happen. Sixth, be sad sometimes. By learning from others, you can develop a richer life experience.

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