May 2, 2016
Becky and Diana discuss how
identifying your values is the cornerstone to work and life
- Values inhabit many areas of our
lives, but stem from our Core Values.
- The root of our Core Values
remains constant, but through our experiences and new ways to talk
about our values, the way we express them changes.
- Life satisfaction directly
correlates to whether we embrace or compromise our
- Look to the “Why” behind the
value to find the deeper core value.
- When your values align with your
goals you achieve greater success.
- To assure your values match a
potential employer, school, non-profit, investment or anywhere else
you may invest time and/or money, make sure you research each
- Trust your gut. When something
feels off, it probably is off. Not every opportunity is “your”
- Relationship values should
complement each other, or conflict is created.
- Knowing your values helps you
identify others with similar values.
- The people you surround yourself
with either support you or sink you.
The quote from Eleanor
“To be mature you have to realize
what you value most. It is extraordinary to discover that
comparatively few people reach this level of maturity. They seem
never to have paused to consider what has value for them. They
spend great effort and sometimes make great sacrifices for values
that, fundamentally, meet no real needs of their own.... Not to
arrive at a clear understanding of one’s own values is a tragic
waste. You have missed the whole point of what life is
Stamp Of Brilliance
“Once you know your values, it’s
easy to make a decision.” - Roy Disney