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Simplicity

"Above all else, guard your heart, for everything you do flows from it."
- Proverbs 4:23-

Value is defined as: a person's principles or standards of behavior; one's judgement of what is important in life.

 Identify Your Values 

Make a list of your values.  To get started circle any of these that resonate with you or add your own.   

 Achievement 

Adventure 

Authenticity 

Beauty 

Belonging 

Caring 

Collaboration 

Commitment 

Community 

Compassion 

Contribution 

Courage 

Creativity 

Curiosity 

Dignity 

Equality 

Empathy 

Fairness 

Faith 

Family 

Financial Stability 

Friendship 

Generosity 

Grace 

Gratitude 

Harmony 

Honesty 

Humility 

Inclusion 

Integrity 

Job Security 

Justice 

Knowledge 

Learning 

Love 

Loyalty 

Optimism 

Quality Time 

Power 

Recognition 

Resourcefulness 

Respect 

Responsibility 

Safety 

Serenity 

Spirituality 

Success 

Time 

Trust 

Truth 

Vulnerability 

Wisdom 

Other…… 

What to do with your list: 

  • Narrow your list down to 5.  This may be challenging so take your time.  
  • Ask someone close to you, whether it be a family member or close friend to make a list of what values they see you demonstrate.  This can be an extremely vulnerable exercise so ask someone you trust and encourage them to be kind. 
  • Examine your time and budget against your values. 

Examination Exercise 

  • Examine your budget – Look at the spending in your banking app or any budgeting tool.  What does your spending tell you about what you value most.  Is it charitable giving, travel, eating out, furnishings, and so on?  How does your spending reflect your values? Are there any surprises? 
  • Examine your schedule – Look back at your calendar or memory (or keep track of your schedule for a few days!) and consider where you are investing your time.  What does your schedule tell you about what you value most?  Are there any surprises?  

 As you work through this practice, you may also discover a gap between what you say or think you really value.  Where do you see the biggest discrepancy?  What small changes can you make to live out your values?