THE V.I.P. - Value Identification Process®

Begin or continue your journey towards a more authentic journey and personal mastery through the Value Identification Process™.

TAKE YOUR TIME READING THIS PART A value is something that we hold in high regard or that we highly esteem. A core value is a preferred way of being that we hold in high regard. We use this to filter information and make decisions. We have a set of values that make up our internal filter. The question becomes whose values are they? Core values are internal and true to who we are. Values, in general, can be external or internal. Some may have been given to us and others we figured out where core to who we are. How would we know the difference? Mostly, we don't. Now is your opportunity to discover your CORE VALUES for a life where you experience higher levels of connectivity, more professional growth and professional development. When we experience situations that confront our values (pet-peeves), it's what I call a Value Confrontation (VC). When Value Confrontations go unchecked, they have the potential to derail our lives, personally and professionally. We may act outside of how we usually do or in conflict with our core values in order to respond to the emotion that the VC caused. Completing the Value Identification Process™ is the first step to truly living your most authentic life.

Make a list of your top 7 pet-peeves. These are not minor irritations, but rather actions that evoke a visceral emotional response. Remember on the other side of every pet-peeve is a value. Therefore, pet-peeves are indeed VALUE CONFRONTATIONS. You may want to jot these down as you will need them in the items ahead (Use the + sign to add additional pet-peeves). * 🛈

After checking off the values after each Value Confrontation (pet-peeve), you will get a list of the values you chose.

Select the values that resonate for pet peeve one *
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