3 Reasons You Need to Name Your Core Values
The First Step to Building Self-Awareness
What are your core values?
Not sure? This list of values put together by Brene Brown can help you begin the process of naming your core values.
The hard part — you only get to pick 1 or 2 from the list. You’ll probably start out with about 10 or so, but you’ll notice that some of them overlap or one leads to another. Keep whittling away at it until you get down to the 1 or 2 that really drive you.
Why go through this process?
- You will be able to make decisions more efficiently. When you’ve named your values, you can simply ask yourself, “Does this decision match up with my value of ______?” Now, following through on that decision may be a bit more difficult 😉
- You will start gravitating toward people whose values match yours. You will more easily identify who you want in your Circle. You will naturally start weeding the people who bring you down out of your life. (That’s a 3 for 1 reason, right there!)
- You will start letting your authentic self out of her cage more often. There is power in knowing who you are and what you stand for. That power will result in the confidence you need to unleash your spark of greatness for the whole world to see!
Click here for more posts with a “core values” theme.
If you’re ready to Stop Settling & Start Living! check out our home page to learn more about what The Expectation Gaps has to offer.
And until next time . . . have a VALUE-DRIVEN day!
Want to Name Your Core Values?
Not Sure Where to Start?
I would love to help you!
All you need to do is answer 5 questions, and I’ll let you know what I think your values are. We’ll communicate with each other until we get it right!
How does that sound? Don’t overthink it; just do it. What do you have to lose?
Posted Monday & Thursday
HOW THE EXPECTATION GAPS WORKS
You’re Fed Up With Mediocrity & Want to Make an Impact
You’re frustrated…overwhelmed…”crazy busy”…burned out…unfulfilled…
I'VE BEEN THERE!
I’ve been intentionally facing my limiting beliefs for ~10 years.
I want to help you with your journey by sharing mine.