Roy Cook I concur with what you are saying about the “10 values”. What I’ve found useful is to distill those into your top 3 (maybe 4) core values. This has a number of powerful benefits.
My top three are freedom, well-being, and transformation. I have this printed out on my wall to the left of my computer. Under each core value, I have an italicized list of 4–6 values that support the core value. I then have a short paragraph that puts into action how I live and express that core value, which also speaks to the “sub-values”.
Having just the 3 makes it very easy remember and to ask, “Should I be doing X?”, or sometimes more importantly, “Why am I not enjoying doing this…”. I ask, “Does doing X satisfy my value of…” and I review the three. It’s an elegant, yet simple process, as I know you know!
You might enjoy my latest podcast in which I dive into how to discover your life purpose, and why I will do that process before determining my core values.
How to Discover Your True Purpose in Life - LOP044 | Darren Stehle
Podcast: Play in new window | Download (Duration: 21:42 - 30.3MB) | Embed Over the last few episodes of the Living OUT…
Happy holidays to you!