“It’s not hard to make decisions when you know what your values are.” Roy E. Disney
Roy was the business mind behind Walt’s creativity, and he knew the importance of values.
What happens when you DON’T know what your values are when making career choices?
You drift. You chase. You react. Your choices are not intentional.
There are many shiny objects to distract you.
You might be living L.B.A. or what I call “life by accident”.
Your boss promotes you into management, but you don’t enjoy managing people.
Your college major was someone else’s suggestion, but your chosen path is burning you out.
You feel disconnected, unhappy, and dread Monday mornings.
Values are the things that matter most and often change throughout your lifetime.
What do you value at this stage of your life and career?
Autonomy? Financial security? Work/life balance?
Values are core beliefs that guide our choices, actions, motivations, and behaviors.
We are often most content (and without internal conflict) when we can hold true to our values.
Discovering your top values is like having a compass to guide your decisions in both work and life.
If you want to learn how you can align your values, interests, and skills, schedule a Discovery Call by clicking the button at the top of my website.