7 Habits of Highly Effective Teens - Get in the Habit

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20 Questions

What is the main purpose of the book mentioned in the text?

Which habit deals with self-mastery according to the text?

What is emphasized as helpful in implementing the effective habits?

Which of the following is mentioned as one of the '7 Habits of Highly Defective Teens' opposites?

What age group is mentioned in relation to the book's target audience?

What do the last four habits discussed in the text deal with?

What is the main purpose of the book mentioned in the text?

Why does the author believe that some readers may be ready to shelve the book?

What does the author promise to include in the book to make it fun for the readers?

What does the author attribute to the success of his father's book?

What does the author imply about his own book in comparison to his father's book?

What could be a reason why a reader might decide to give the book a try despite initial reluctance?

What is the author's opinion on teamwork?

What are some examples of good habits?

How does the author describe habits in the text?

What does the author suggest about changing habits?

What is the potential outcome of repeatedly doing certain habits?

What does the author say about the 7 Habits in the text?

How does the author describe the process of changing a habit in the text?

What is the author's attitude towards the idea of being able to change habits?


  • The author wrote a book for teens, sharing his personal experiences and struggles during adolescence.
  • He mentions that his father wrote a book for older people, which can be less interesting for teens.
  • The author shares an embarrassing story about trying to express his feelings to a girl in seventh grade through a friend.
  • He mentions several common issues faced by teens, such as being overwhelmed, feeling inadequate, dealing with parents' expectations, and succumbing to peer pressure.
  • The book aims to help teens navigate their lives by introducing the "7 Habits of Highly Effective Teens."
  • The habits include: Be Proactive, Begin with the End in Mind, Put First Things First, Think Win-Win, Seek First to Understand, Then to Be Understood, and Synergize.
  • These habits are explained as building upon each other, with the first three dealing with self-mastery and the last four dealing with relationships and teamwork.
  • The book also mentions the opposites of these habits as the "7 Habits of Highly Defective Teens."
  • These opposites include being reactive, having no end in mind, putting first things last, thinking win-lose, seeking first to talk, then to pretend to listen, and synergizing poorly.
  • The author emphasizes that understanding the opposites of the habits can be helpful in implementing the effective habits.


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