Defining your values for success

Part 1: How to define your values so you can create a road-map and mindset that is crucial to defining who you are, where you want to go, and the vision to succeed.

Your Values will resonate deeply within you and define who you are, as a person.  They are your anchor, your sail, and your rudder as your traverse the seas in your life, career or business journey.

Your Values will also change over time – or their order of relevance will alter.  This is normal as life never remains the same and you are not standing still.  It’s therefore important that you check in from time to time to see if the path you continue on is still aligned with who you are.

Your Values also play a huge impact on your entire life and endeavors.

Why?  Because your values are what make you jump out of bed with vigor and excitement! Think about it.  If you are in a career where your heart isn’t in it, then it’s hard to jump out of bed, excited to start the day, wouldn’t you agree?

When we lose passion for what we are doing in our life, then it typically points to a misalignment with what we believe in and what we hold close to our hearts – which in turn, equates to our Values.

Only once you have defined your Values you can then identify your wants and needs – what matters to you, what motivates you both in your personal and work life.  Once defined, you can then create your roadmap based on your wants and needs and identify the route which closely matches your Values.

Choosing the path you wish to travel without first defining your values, wants and needs is akin to embarking on the holiday of your life without a map and without first giving consideration to where you want to go, how you’re going to get there, and the “style” of holiday you would like to enjoy.

It might be exciting at first to be on a trip with no itinerary or map, but after awhile it would wear a little thin when you get lost all the time and end up in places you don’t really like. The holiday of a lifetime may turn into the holiday of disasters and you would be miserable!

Well, your life journey is just the same.  Once you have discovered your Values and what matters to you, then you can step out with a vision to find your life’s work ; one that is aligned with who you are, so you can truly live life with passion and purpose and embark on a journey that is fulfilling.

I’d like to challenge you in spending some time in evaluating who you are and what matters to you.

Remember, you are not standing still; you are always evolving, so take the time now to define your Value.  You may be delighted at what you discover. 😀

To your success!

Go To Part 2: Defining Your Strengths, Wants & Needs For Success





    • Tara

      Terrific Wayne! Let me know what you think 🙂


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