Values are at the heart of our personality. They change only slowly as we mature and develop – perhaps faster during adolescence! Individual values are neither good nor bad and I will not judge you on your choices.
The reason for this exercise is not to change or even question your values, but to explore what matters to you. We might discuss whether your values are all aligned or whether they are in conflict with each other. How do your values relate to those of the people who are important to you? How do they correspond to the culture of your work and home environments?
Our discussions about this exercise will help you find futures for yourself that will be rewarding to you. They will also help you to question your own life narrative in ways that free you to move on from limiting beliefs that may be holding you back.
You can download a worksheet for the exercise using this button.
You can work through it in your own time, or if you prefer we can work through it together during one of our conversations.
Here is a map of the territory that the discipline of coaching covers. If you like, you can download it and we can discuss this too.