Today you will look at your values.
The difference between what you value and what your values are
It’s good to know what you value or think important, but to value art for example, is an opinion that can vary and may change. Values are qualities that are universally accepted and unchanging. Many are based on respect and responsibility for ourselves and for others.
Browse the values mentioned on these sites and select those that are most important to you.
- Character Counts Six Pillars of Character
- SCANS Personal Qualities
- Benjamin Franklin’s 13 virtues
- Emotional Competency-Values
How have others demonstrated the quality in their lives? How has the quality been illustrated in biographies, books, movies and quotations?
Clarify your values with the Values Worksheet at Map Your Values. Find ways to apply what you have discovered. Make a plan to develop the personal qualities that you have chosen.
- Discover your heroes
- Identify your strengths
- Explore your skills
- Examine your beliefs
- Look at your values
- Develop a mission statement
- Learn about your personality and interests
- Think about your talents and dreams
- Tell your story
- Express yourself