Topic Progress:

What matters most to you?

Values: those things that matter most to us,
the qualities of life that we deem important.
Do you focus your attention on companionship, stability and security, being good at something, or having fun?

WHAT IF I told you that your VALUES matter so much to you that they can affect you PHYSICALLY?

Personality Styles Values - What matters most to you?

What matters most to you?

Values: those things that matter most to us, the qualities of life that we deem important.
Do you focus your attention on companionship, stability and security, being good at something, or having fun?

Personality Styles Values - What matters most to you?

WHAT IF I told you that your VALUES matter so much to you that they can affect you PHYSICALLY?

We all know the feeling of running on empty. The smallest issue can seem massive and hard to overcome.
When your energy is low, you feel tired, unmotivated, stuck.
feel energized when able to express personality
When your energy is high, you feel alert, invigorated, and present.
What is it that determines whether we are feeling drained or full of energy?
Being sleepy or hungry can drain you. There is another factor at play that many of us don’t realize.

each of the personality styles has driving needs that energize behavior

Each of the four personality styles has driving needs and values that energize behavior.
When circumstances are in alignment with our values, we are happy and energetic. You could say that we are in our “comfort zone.”
When circumstances go against our values, we can get frustrated and have low energy. You could say that we are outside of our “comfort zone.”
Life experiences generally require us to adapt and operate outside our comfort zones in order to overcome obstacles.

adapt and operate outside our comfort zones

TRY THIS!
Values Inventory
Pick your top five values from the list below and write them in the 1st box on Worksheet 4.
TRY THIS!
Values Inventory
Pick your top five values from the list below and write them on your worksheet.
Mover Values
  • freedom
  • choice
  • variety
  • movement
  • fast pace
  • fun
  • sense of humor
  • competition
  • spontaneity
  • making an impact
Connector Values
  • friendship
  • self-expression
  • trust
  • support
  • open communication
  • harmony
  • positive attitude
  • purpose
  • validation of feelings
  • contribution
Thinker Values
  • competency
  • learning
  • self-reliance
  • contemplation
  • curiosity
  • privacy
  • objectivity
  • bird’s-eye view
  • innovation
  • knowledge
Planner Values
  • responsibility
  • dignity
  • accomplishment
  • security
  • justice
  • accountability
  • organization
  • consistency
  • predictability
  • things in their place
Mover Values
  • freedom
  • choice
  • variety
  • movement
  • fast pace
  • fun
  • sense of humor
  • competition
  • spontaneity
  • making an impact
Connector Values
  • friendship
  • self-expression
  • trust
  • support
  • open communication
  • harmony
  • positive attitude
  • purpose
  • validation of feelings
  • contribution
Thinker Values
  • competency
  • learning
  • self-reliance
  • contemplation
  • curiosity
  • privacy
  • objectivity
  • bird’s-eye view
  • innovation
  • knowledge
Planner Values
  • responsibility
  • dignity
  • accomplishment
  • security
  • justice
  • accountability
  • organization
  • consistency
  • predictability
  • things in their place
Hint: Think of a great day, what made it great? It may help to contrast against a terrible day, what made it terrible? What could make a day great instead of terrible?