In order to set values-based goals, first you have to define your values. Your values determine what’s important and meaningful to you. One way to think about values is as an internal compass that guides your direction in life. Values are what motivate and fulfill you.
You can use an online tool such as the Life Values Inventory to help you clarify your values.
Or you can follow these steps:
Setting values-based goals helps you find opportunities to live your values. Once you’ve defined your values, you can set goals, or a plan, to live those values. It’s helpful to think about goals as immediate, short-term, and long-term. Here are some questions to consider:
W(RAP) It Up: Create a plan to move forward.
You’ve learned how to identify your values and develop goals based on those values, which is important for resilience. Use the space below for your RAP, and think about: what should you stop doing, continue doing, and start doing? Click on the link below, print it out and think about: what should you stop doing, continue doing, and start doing?
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