Values enquiry and your results

Your chosen values

This is one exercise in enquiring about most important values to you. You apply values to people or things that are most important to you.

Take your time, and spend about 10 minutes on this. You will get a chance to adjust your choices after you press the submit button. The aim is to pick about 8 to 10 very important values.

When doing this, keep in mind 4 living areas and how your values present in each part of your everyday life.

  • At work or school
  • In your relationships, friends, close friend, and family
  • At play, whatever that might be; creative, sport, fun stuff
  • In your health; sleeping, eating; exercisising; spiritual and mental health
Thinking about today, For each value, decide how important to you? Cool, warm or hot (very important)? Cooly importantWarmHot, or very important
Acceptance and self-acceptance: to be accepting of myself, and others.
Adventure: to be adventurous; to actively explore novel or stimulating experiences
Assertiveness: to respectfully stand up for my rights and request what I want
Caring and self-care: to be caring toward myself, and others
Compassion and self-compassion: to notice suffering and try and reduce it in myself and others
Connection: to engage fully in whatever I am doing and be fully present with others
Contribution and generosity: to contribute, give, help, assist, or share
Cooperation: to be cooperative and collaborative with others
Courage: to be courageous or brave: to persist in the face of fear, threat, or difficulty
Creativity: to be creative or innovative
Curiosity: to be curious, open-minded, and interested; to explore and discover
Encouragement: to encourage and reward behavior that I value in myself or others
Excitement: to seek, create, and engage in activities that are exciting or stimulating
Fairness and justice: to be fair and just to myself or others
Fitness: to maintain or improve or look after my physical and mental health
Flexibility: to adjust and adapt readily to changing circumstances
Freedom and independence: to choose how I live and help others do likewise
Friendliness: to be friendly, companionable, or agreeable toward others
Forgiveness and self-forgiveness: to be forgiving toward myself or others
Fun and humor: to be fun loving; to seek, create, and engage in fun-filled activities
Gratitude: to be grateful for and appreciative of myself, others, and life
Honesty: to be honest, truthful, and sincere with myself and others
Hard working: To be Hard working, Industrious, dedicated
Intimacy: to open up, reveal, and share myself, emotionally or physically
Kindness: to be kind, considerate, nurturing, or caring toward myself or others
Love: to act lovingly or affectionately toward myself or others
Order: to be orderly and organized
Persistence and commitment: to continue resolutely, despite problems or difficulties.
Respect and self-respect: to treat myself and others with care and consideration
Responsibility: to be responsible and accountable for my actions
Safety and protection: to secure, protect, or ensure my own safety or that of others
Sexuality: to explore or express my sexuality
Skilfulness: to continually practice and improve my skills and apply myself fully
Supportiveness: to be supportive, helpful and available to myself or others
Trust: to be trustworthy, to be loyal, faithful, sincere, and reliable