• November 2, 2020

    Habit 2: Begin with the End in Mind

    Habit 2


    Today we are going to talk about positive (good) and negative (bad) consequences. Listen to the story, "David Goes to School" by David Shannon. Think about David's actions and if his actions would have a good or a bad consequence. Click the link below.

    "David Goes to School"

    Do p.26-27 "Consider Consequences" in your LIM workbook.  You may click on the link below to take you to the lesson on the Leader In Me website. Please complete in your workbook.

    "Consider Consequences"

    Watch the video below. It talks about what are consequences and why we have them.

    Consequences for Kids

    Remember, you are free to choose your actions. However, you cannot change the consequences of your actions.

    Leaders think about consequences before they act.

    Leaders Begin with the End in Mind!






    Habit 2: Begin with the End in Mind

    Watch the Jenni and Zippy Show, as they show the importance of being prepared.

    Jenni and Zippy: Plan Ahead

    It is important for leaders to know and understand what is expected of them.  Having clear expectations helps leaders to be successful. Do pages 24-25 in your LIM workbook on "Clear Expectations." Here is the link to view the lesson from the LIM website.

    "Clear Expectations"