Identify Self

Day 2 | Values

Values create a framework in which you can make decisions from.

What is important to me?

What guides and defines my character?

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Ways to find and support our values

1. Self-Reflection:

    • Take some time for self-reflection. Find a quiet space to think without distractions.
    • Ask yourself, "What is important to me in life?" and "What values do I hold dear?"

2. List Values:

    • Begin listing the values that come to mind. These are the principles and ideals that guide our actions and decisions.
    • Our list might include honesty, integrity, family, health, personal growth, compassion, adventure, community, creativity, and many more. There is no right or wrong answer; your values are personal and unique to you.

3. Prioritize Values:

    • After listing your values, prioritize them. Consider which values are most important and central to your life.
    • You can do this by asking, "If I could only choose a few values to define myself, which ones would they be?"

5. Practice Mindfulness:

    • Cultivate mindfulness in your daily life. Pay attention to your thoughts, behaviors, and choices.
    • Ensure that your actions align with your values. If you find yourself acting in ways that conflict with your values, use this as an opportunity for self-awareness and growth.

6. Regularly Reevaluate:

    • Values can evolve over time. It's essential to periodically reevaluate your values and your decision-making framework.
    • Life experiences, personal growth, and changing circumstances may lead to shifts in what you hold most dear.

7. Seek Support and Feedback:

    • Share your values and decision-making framework with trusted friends, family members, or mentors. They can provide valuable insights and hold you accountable.


  • "Optimism is the faith that leads to achievement. Nothing can be done without hope and confidence." Helen Keller
  • “When your values are clear to you, making decisions becomes easier.” Roy E. Disney
  • “When values, thoughts, feelings, and actions are in alignment, a person becomes focused and character is strengthened.” John C. Maxwell