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Tools to Explore Values

Values are your important guiding principles. They are a person’s principles or standards of behavior; one’s judgment of what is important in life. Core values have intrinsic worth and are fairly universal across cultures. Values can also be the regard that something is held to deserve; the importance, worth, or usefulness of something. Personal values are more subjective and can vary.

Do You Know Your Personal Values?

Personal values are the general expression of what is most important for you. Values are formed early in childhood and are later consciously re-evaluated.

CHARACTER COUNTS!: The Six Pillars of Character: Trustworthiness, Respect, Responsibility, Fairness, Caring, Citizenship

The Six Pillars of Character - Trustworthiness, Respect, Responsibility, Fairness, Caring, Citizenship.

O*NET Resource Center - Work Importance Profiler (WIP)

The O*NET Work Importance Profiler is administered by computer. Participants use the WIP to indicate the importance to them of each work need, in two different steps. In Step 1, participants rank order the twenty-one work need statements by comparing them to one another and ordering them according to their relative importance.

Inbox Sand - Pave Your Life Roadmap

Are you trying to figure out what to do with your life? What to be when you grow up? This installment of "Sand for Your Inbox" is a special edition. I have handcrafted a proven technique that will help you answer these important questions.

The Wheel of Life®

Finding Balance in Your Life "Wheel of Life" is a trademark of Meyer Resource Group, Inc. "Success Motivation" is a trademark of Success Motivation, Inc. (see We have no association or connection with these organizations. Put your life under the microscope.

What's Your Passion Exercise - Find Your Passion

It starts with a desire to chase what moves you most-and after that, it's about figuring out what you're great at, what it takes to keep you moving forward, and exactly what you need to succeed. Grab a pen and get ready to rediscover yourself.

Choosing Goals

Learn how to choose goals with this short video explaining the Map Your Values exercise from my eBook, "Get Goaling." Printable pdf of the Map Your Values exercise.

Work Values | CareerOneStop

The best career choices are ones that match your work values.

Values Profile | Psychology Today

What are your core values? The Values Test examines your personal and work values and lists the values that matter in your personal life and career. Find your core values with the values game.

Core Values List: Over 50 Common Personal Values

Want to discover your core values? Browse this core values list to see more than 50 common personal values and beliefs.

Personal Values Assessment | Discover Your Values

Personal values test that will help you create a list of top five core values. What do you value most in your life? Discover your personal values with this free test.

Understand your "whY factor"

Learn more at - a career plan that connects with your values, passions and purpose

Work Values Quiz - alis

To find a career that fits you discover what’s important to you. You’ll gain valuable insights into who you are.

Work Values Matcher | Careers | CareerOneStop

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Values Cards Exercise | Think2Perform

Living in alignment is about matching your “real” behaviors with your “ideal Values.” Living out of alignment is a source of stress, dissatisfaction and poor decision-making. As the first step in our Alignment Model, our Values Cards provide an interactive way to define what you Value most and set the stage for behaviors and performance more closely aligned with your ideal self. Our clients regularly review their Values as they can change over time.

The Career Values Card Sort

Career success and satisfaction is closely linked to doing work
that is consistent with your career values. Knowing what your career values are,
makes it easier to: