What are your values? Have you ever thought about it? How do you know what you value?
We acquire our values based on our experiences. Even if we didn’t know it while it was happening, we learned what was most important to us as life happened to us. Our personal values are as unique as our fingerprints.
Values end up being large concepts that are difficult to define. Freedom, independence, integrity, growth, family, love, and honesty are all examples of these large concepts. Check out Jame Clear’s list of 50 core values to find examples. We have trouble seeing them in our lives because they saturate every aspect of how we live.
When we encounter a situation that conflicts with our values, we feel frustrated and out of sync and we often have conflict with other people who have different values from our own. We filter all of our beliefs, thoughts and actions through our values. Take some time to try and define what your values are because there is a benefit to knowing what you value most! – www.rhoadscoaching.com
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