Celebrating World Values Day
What inspired my husband and I to move half way around the world, from Canada to Southeast Asia?
Our values of family and making a difference.
What gives us the energy to face the challenges a move like this presents?
Our values of commitment and shared vision.
Where do we find joy and happiness in our new life?
In the fulfillment of living our values.
Each day is filled with joy and happiness, renewing our energy on this incredible adventure of a life time. They also gave us the courage to make this incredible change.
This is the power of living your values.
The joy, happiness, and sense of fulfillment that comes from living your life’s purpose.
Our values are the language of the heart that give a positive mental attitude. They are the calling of our soul to your reason for being. When you are in tune with your soul’s purpose, you live in a state of flow. Creativity and synchronicity abound.
To read an amazing book that has just been released on this subject, I highly recommend: A New Psychology of Human Well-Being An Exploration of the Influence of Ego-Soul Dynamics on Mental and Physical Health by Richard Barrett.
Values are what make us who we are. Values are the things that are important to us. Being aware of our values and putting them into action each and every day, makes a positive impact on our lives and the world in which we live.
In support of World Values Day, 20 October 2016, we at Culture Leadership Group would like to invite you to think about your most deeply held values and to act on them.
You can participate in World Values Day in a very simple way:
Take the World Values Day Personal Values Assessment to connect with your values. You will receive an 8 page report with an exercise that will give you questions to work with.
Invite your team members, family, and friends to do the same.
Share the results with each other, and be amazed at the deep sense of connection that is developed.
Take a photo showing you and your value.
Share it on Social Media using the hashtag #WorldValuesDay.
To learn more about the World Values Day, visit the World Values Day website.
Thank you for doing your part in creating a values-driven society!