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What really matters to you, deep in your heart?

“We can’t live into values that we can’t name, and living into values requires moving from lofty aspirations to specific, observable behaviors.” -Brené Brown

You can think of your values as your inner compass. Your values are what is most important to you, what you stand for. They guide each choice in your life. If areas of your life feel dissatisfying and off, there is a high chance that area of your life is out of alignment with your values. If an area of your life feels satisfying, there is a chance that area of your life is in alignment with your values. Understanding your values will help you recognize what areas of your life need more attention. Understanding your values will give you direction and help you make adjustments to different life areas so you feel more fulfilled and satisfied.

What do you want to do with your time on this planet? What sort of person do you want to be?
What personal strengths of qualities do you want to develop?

Here are some examples of what your values could be:

  • Authenticity

  • Achievement

  • Adventure

  • Authority

  • Autonomy

  • Balance

  • Beauty

  • Boldness

  • Challenge

  • Citizenship

  • Community

  • Competency

  • Contribution

  • Creativity

  • Curiosity

  • Determination

  • Fairness

  • Faith

  • Fame

  • Friendships

  • Fun

  • Growth

  • Happiness

  • Honesty

  • Humor

  • Influence

  • Inner Harmony

  • Justice

  • Kindness

  • Knowledge

  • Leadership

  • Learning

  • Love

  • Loyalty

  • Meaningful Work

  • Openness

  • Optimism

  • Peace

  • Pleasure

  • Poise

  • Popularity

  • Recognition

  • Religion

  • Reputation

  • Respect

  • Responsibility

  • Security

  • Self-Respect

  • Service

  • Spirituality

  • Stability

  • Success

  • Status

  • Trustworthiness

  • Wealth

  • Wisdom

Values Reflection

Write down at least 3 values.

Why are these values important to you?

How are you honoring these values on a scale from 1-10?

How do your values influence your daily life and actions?

What are indicators or warning signs that you're living outside of your values?

What does it feel like to honor your values?

What price do you pay for not honoring your values?

What's an example of a time when you were fully living into these values?

Who is someone that knows your values and supports your efforts to live these values?

What does their support look like?


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