Identifying My Core Values

Step One: Look over the list below. Identify the top ten values that are most important to you at this point in your life. Mark these by highlighting them or putting an X in the box. If you don’t see one of your core values, add it in one of the empty boxes. Don’t think too much. Just find the ones that resonate with you. And have fun!

Family Happiness * Self-Respect * Generosity * Competitiveness * Wisdom * Friendship * Recognition * Advancement * Spirituality * Affection * Health * Loyalty * Cooperation * Responsibility * Culture * Adventure * Fame * Inner Harmony *Achievement * Involvement * Order * Wealth * Creativity * Economic Serenity * Pleasure * Integrity * Freedom * Power * Personal Development * Fun * Belonging * Life-long learning * Honesty * Genuineness * Spontaneity * Success * Authenticity * Flexibility * Intimacy * Accountability * Knowledge * Commitment * Community * Connection * Directness * Communication * Efficiency * Sincerity * Gentleness * Professionalism * Strength * Meaning * Compassion * Accomplishment * Character * Influence * Caring * Focus * Follow-through * Truth * Humor * Purpose * Sacrifice * Passion * Emotion * Achievement * Leadership * Marriage * Diversity * Mastery * Duty * Competence * Movement * Heritage * Fulfillment * Excellence * Service * New * Challenges * Planning * Reflection * Hospitality * Concern * Practicality * Nurture * Joy * Partnership * Nature * Romance * Beauty * Love * Exploration * Respect * Movement * Motivation * Progress *Thoughtfulness * Lightness * Changing the world

Step Two: From these ten, pick the five that are most important to you at this time and write a short definition or explanation of each.

Step Three: From these five, pick the one that is most important to you right now.

My most important value:


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