One of the areas I focus on is CLARITY.
I believe clarity starts with being honest with yourself and identifying your own VALUES.
Do you know what your values are?
A tried and tested method of identifying your values is to start with a list of what is important to you. Plenty examples can be found online to get you started. Select those values that you feel align with you, then begin to narrow them down by importance – maybe your top 12, then your top 6 and finally your top 3.
My top 6 are Honesty, Integrity, Insight, Balance, Passion and Success.
You might find it easier to identify the values you think you should have rather than really have. I found these useful questions online (sourcesofinsight website). Give it a go, ask yourself these questions to help identify YOUR values:
- Is it truly YOUR value?
- Is it a means or an end?
- Do your actions show your values?
- When were you happiest or most excited?
- What do you regret the most?
We have all learned something about ourselves during lockdown and so now may be a good time to explore yourself a little deeper. Try this exercise – it may provide a clearer view of what you really value most and bring that clarity you need.